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REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit

In developing the Pacific H20 rain suit, one of REV'IT!'s main goals was to make it easy to put on in just a few seconds – about the time it takes you to get soaked during a heavy shower. Mission accomplished. The solution lies not only in the long, diagonal front closure, but especially in the newly developed, non-stick, PVC-free coating on the inside of the Power Nylon outer shell. The result is a 100% waterproof, breathable, and very practical all-weather companion that will meet the demands of any rider. Convenient features include a storage pocket on the upper leg. For safety, reflection panels on the shoulders and lower legs ensure great visibility. If you need to stand out in traffic even more, the Pacific H2O comes in a high-visibility neon yellow option. 

PROTECTION FEATURES

  • Outer shell:  PVC-free PWR|Oxford with PU coating, PVC-free PWR|Oxford EN471 with PU coating (in Neon Yellow color only)
  • Waterproofing:  100% waterproof
  • Composition:  100% polyester (100% polyurethane coating)
  • Visibility:  reflection at shoulders and legs, reflective logo at chest and back

ERGONOMIC FEATURES

  • Fit:  tour fit, regular
  • Adjustability:  adjustment tabs at upper arm, cuffs and ankles

Features:

  • PVC-free
  • XL front zipper
  • Elastic at waistline
  • Includes transport bag
  • Stash pocket on left leg
  • EN343 certified
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REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit 4.2 5 89 89
BUY IT, its the best I don't know why other review call it a bust, let me tell you my story, I rode my Vespa this entire winter in New York City, it was cold, wet and snow all winter, the worst in 50 years. By wearing this suit, it blocks all the wind and gives me an extra 10 degrees of riding weather, along with Gerbing heated gloves, I was warmer riding my Vespa than my normal walk from 68th Madison ave to 37st and 8th Avenue. I have use it in pouring rain and I am as dry as can be inside. It was the best $119 I have every spent. Alex@NYC April 6, 2014
Price does not equal quality For the price of $120, one would expect that a waterproof suit would accomplish its single goal; one would be wrong. After half an hour ride in moderate rain, my jeans' crotch was wet and it looked like I've had a "little accident". Also, the knees were starting to get damp. The XL suit that i got for myself (6'3" 160lb) fit pretty well when I was OFF the bike (although I've felt a bit constrained with a backpack underneath.) When I mount my bike, the suit's legs ride up and expose the bottom of my jeans resulting in them getting wet. Do not purchase unless you want to be disappointed; I'm not sure what other reviewers are thinking when giving this product a high rating. March 31, 2014
This rain suit is a Bust!!! This rain suit is a Bust. In just two uses the lap bib torn from its self in the inside. I would think that a preimum item would have better seams. This rain suit now just lets the rain pool in my Lap. The fit is also very tight in the Arms. Please take some advise and find another Rain Suit. March 28, 2014
Zipper broke As with various Rev'It products I have had or seen friends use, this product has been a let down. The suit itself is waterproof and very visible. However, the zipper broke off after 3 uses and I bought a Large which barely fits over my size 50 Dainese textile jacket. Rev'It's higher end products might be better made, however I have seen 3 products (gloves, over-pants and this suit) fall apart from normal use. Just buy Dainese, its actually worth the money. February 10, 2014
Good suit poor stitching I use this suit 5 days a week commuting , for size I bought an extra large, I'm 6' and 180 so it's quite long but I needed the extra room for my business suit and ofer jacket under the rain suit, this works well. And after taking my boots off its easy to step in and out of the rain suit. I have been using the suit for Six five months, the stitching in the zipper started coming out after about 30 days of use, and just keeps coming out. The rain suit also has Velcro along the seem so I'm am just using that for now unfortunately this makes for a not so rain tight fit. For the money they could have stitched in the zipper with a higher quality stitch. For an extra 30 cents they could have made tis a great rain suit. I will eventually bring mine to a talor and have them stitch it correctly. If you buy one just take it to the talor before you use it so you don't get stuck out in the rain with a wide open rain suit. February 3, 2014
does the job havent ridden in a heavy downpour, but it does what its supposed to do and easy to put on real quick. wish i had something to cover my shoes though... December 28, 2013
Wouldn't go without it I bought this after going through and returning a couple of those rain gear suits from my local dealership. I ended up deciding from reviews etc that this seemed like a good bang for the buck and it is a brand that I trust. I was absolutely right! This is a great rain suit. It does fit fairly large I thought but I don't mind that as it means I can very easily get it over whatever I am wearing. It also doesn't have that stupid mesh in there so getting it on without it catching and giving you a headache is really easy... you can even do it without taking footwear off. The best part is... unlike other rain gear... IT DOESN'T LEAK. No... nothing got in at all. First week I had it I had to use it in a heavy rain storm coming home from work and I stayed totally dry. I couldn't be happier! December 2, 2013
Real Bang for the Buck A very nice full rain suit, quick and easy fit under heavy rain and will make you arrive home dry (if you are able to foreseen the incoming rain). Very compact and easy to put back on the little bag that comes with it in order to get back to riding. November 30, 2013
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REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Bruno M: Overall good quality, great reviews. Was looking for a one piece suit. Mar 12, 2014
Richard G: I ride year round in Oregon and take a trip each spring to the southwest 2k-3k miles.REV'IT gear has never let me down warm, dry and all very comfortable.Sometimes we all get caught in driving rain. I'm looking to eliminate the wet bites like crotch and forearms.
Have heard lots of good things about this one piece suite, it also eliminates the need for my non-mesh jacket and pants.
Mar 7, 2014
Chadrick D: My winter riding gear is rain resistant, but I intend to be prepared for rain the rest of the year also. The video answered all my questions, and the suit does roll up into a nice compact size. Feb 23, 2014
Richard L: I get caught in the rain, and this really is beautifully simple and functional Feb 15, 2014
William B: I looked at a number of rain suits (online) and the video really helped me understand the product better. It seemed like a higher quality product than other rain suits I was looking at. The reviews are always key. Feb 6, 2014
Michael F: I've had 2-piece rain gear in the past and something less fussy and time consuming to put on. Jan 11, 2014
Mark L: I wanted a one-piece rain suit that I could put on and take off quickly. The Revzilla video review showed how easily and quickly these actions can be performed. I was also impressed by the environmentally friendly this suit is made from. The fact that there is a Hi Viz option sealed the deal. Dec 23, 2013
Bradley W: Rains a lot where I live and this looks like a good product. Dec 20, 2013
Summer M: I liked the bright reflective color and the sleek shape. It didn't look baggy like lots of one-piece suits tend to do. We'll see! Dec 16, 2013
Jorge Q: I love Rev'it and I need rain protection
so I chose this suit because I expect to not have any issues with sizing also
Dec 13, 2013
Jane P: I wanted a one piece, so I didn't have to fiddle around too much if it started to pour with rain. Awesome visibility and protection from the rain. Dec 11, 2013
Patricia Isabel K: I am a fan of Rev It products, I have hade very good results with all revit products I bought. Dec 5, 2013
Walker J: Good reviews, good price Dec 2, 2013
I S: always rains where i am. hope this will keep me dry during my commute Dec 2, 2013
Likhi O: Wanted waterproof gear to ride all year. Nov 18, 2013
justin m: bright color and video review Nov 18, 2013
Francois M: Reviews on RevZilla Nov 18, 2013
Dean P: Best price/ review value. Used it twice, staying warm and dry! Nov 16, 2013
Andrew A: Most positive reviews and I needed a rain suit. Oct 15, 2013
mike e: I live in coastal BC, rain gear is a must in the winter months. Oct 2, 2013
SEONG W: need this for the rainy days , never know when its gonna rain on my daily route Sep 30, 2013
A s: I wanted a quality one-piece rain suit that is easy to store and quick to put on for that rain shower ahead. Sep 27, 2013
Colin H: The Revzilla video, as always, shows exactly what your getting. The stuff sack test ultimately swung it for me! Great way to shop online and why I keep on using Revzilla. Sep 25, 2013
Craig R: Undertaking quite a long road tour in NZ at Christmas, so wanted to be prepared for 'Four Seasons in One Day'. Check out the Crowded House song of the same name. Sep 18, 2013
Chris D: Rain Protection Sep 10, 2013
Jacob C: All the reviews were very good and the one-piece construction appealed to me. Sep 8, 2013
Charles K: Liked the color and construction. Sep 8, 2013
Jack D: revzilla reviews and customer reviews Sep 4, 2013
Carlton E: 1 piece that is thin and easy to get on and off Aug 12, 2013
Radoslaw C asked: Hello! I'm 6'3" 150lb chest 38" inseam 31" and waist 30". Should i purchase a L or XL?

Thanks!
Aug 26, 2013
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D P: I only bought this in 2011 only as a just in case type thing. I am 6"3, chest 42", waist 37" 190lbs, the XL fits my leg and sleeve length, and there is some extra room if I had a jacket on. I was afraid to get the Large and have the sleeves, leg inseam too short to protect from rain. I wouldn't be much of a fan about riding a motorcycle in the rain regardless of what I was wearing. I do like the quality of the Rain Suit. I have never actually used it in the rain, but I did put it on and ride with it for a short time to make sure it would fit. Aug 29, 2013
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Richard P: I was told to buy the same size as my jacket. It worked for me. I am 5'9" 145 inseam 30 waist 30 chest 36 & I bought a medium. I would say a large would work for you. As with any oversuit, getting it on it always seems they could be bigger. The entry system is good on this one, but since the fabric is thin going over bulky cloths, it still takes a little fineness to get it on. That said I am very happy with the suit. I have only seen light rain in it, but I was bone dry & warm because it also blocks the wind.
Hope that helps Richard
Aug 27, 2013
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Tahi B: I purchased an XXL. I'm 6'1'' and 210. I wear an XXL in the Rev'it Cayenne Jacket. They recommend to buy the same size rain suit as you wear in their jackets. I could have squeezed into an XL but I wanted to have room to wear my jacket and all the layers underneath and to be easily able to get in and out of the suit..
I just got back from an 1800 mile ride in Alaska and wore the Pacific rain suit on a 350 mile leg from Fairbanks to Anchorage in pouring rain. I stayed warm and dry

Hope that helps
Aug 30, 2013
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Allen K N: I am 5' 11", 210 pounds and a 30" inseam. I purchased a large and found because I am long waisted it was too tight. I returned it and went with the extra large which was much better. Remember, larger is better for getting in and out of the rain suit quickly when needed and getting it over what you are wearing. Good quality rain suit that works well,is light, ans packs in a reasonable size. Would highly recommend. Aug 27, 2013
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Roy F: I'm 5'9", size 54EU/44US jacket, 36W/32L pants. I tried on the L and XL at the old Philly store. I needed the XL. Sounds like you can use the L. You're going to use this over gear and sometimes after you get wet. I'd make sure it's not too tight so you don't struggle with it on the road. Aug 27, 2013
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Richard P: I honestly cannot say which for sure. Order one and try it out; if not sized properly, send it back for the next size to try. Revzilla has excellent customer service and I believe you have 30 days to make the exchange. Just keep packing material and tags intact for return, if needed. Aug 27, 2013
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Joe C: I bought the xl and it was really snug for me. Im 240lbs 5ft9in 32in inseam. I really havent used it at all. Im guessing its good to have it snug when riding in the wind. If you have any other questions.. or ill try it on again and tell you more info. Aug 27, 2013
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Timothy S: I'm 5' 10" and 190 pounds. I bought the large and it fits fine over my riding clothes. I've noticed only minor flapping as I ride, which I think there is always going to be some. The rainsuit has kept me dry, even in some downpours. Aug 27, 2013
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Russell A: Hello fellow rider!

Well, I'm 6'4", 225lbs chest 44", inseam is 32" and waist 42". I have the xxl version. So, I'd think the xl maybe the choice.

I really like my suit and how it works.
Good luck!
Aug 27, 2013
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Donald M: You'll need the XL. It will be big enough to go over your jacket, and being 6'3, you'll need the length. I'm 6'1, 180 lbs, 35" waist. Aug 27, 2013
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James T: I'm 5' 10" and the Large fits fine; I'd go with the XL if I were your size. Aug 27, 2013
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Carlton E: large unless your jacket that it will be going over is bulky Aug 27, 2013
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matthew m: You should eat a steak or two. Large. Aug 27, 2013
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david w: Get XL Aug 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm considering purchasing this suit and have some concerns about fit. I purchased a 2-XL river road 2-piece suit in the past which fit fine up top but the pants ride up and the inseam is not long enough to cover my boots well. I'm 5' 11'' with a 48-50 inch chest, 38 inch waist and 34 in inseam. I have thick thighs which I believe cause the pants to ride up. It's hard to tell which size I should order. I'm thinking and XL based on the comments I see here, would that be correct? Aug 10, 2013
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SIMON P: hi, I'm 6,0' 165 pounds 32 waist,32 inseam, 39 chest and 34 at the belly button. I own a size large leather suit with a small hump. I bought a size large rainsuit. The rain suit fits just right, not to tight or to loose. I ordered a second one for my wife, small size leather suit . I purchased a small size rain suit and it fits just like mine does. So, if you wear a 2-xl jacket lets say, I would order a 2-xl suit. I live in Quebec Canada, and this year where having a lot of thunderstorms and rain. The suit never leaked after many hours or riding. Very lightweight easily folded back into it's pouch. Recommended.Hope it's helps. Aug 13, 2013
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Mike L: Hey, I thought I'd chime in here, for whats its worth, I'm 5'7" - 175lbs (41-42" chest) - 30" inseam. I wear a Revit Cayenne Pro jacket in Large and Revit Sand pants in Medium (std length). I purchased the H20 large one piece suit and it fit great over the jacket (Revit large to Revit large). Due to my lack of height, the legs were a little long and bunched up a bit in the mid-section when seated on the bike, but I'm glad I didn't go smaller.

There's always the possibility of going two piece to have a little more control over fit up and down.
Aug 12, 2013
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Michitaka O: I own L-size of this rain suit. So, I measured the inseam. It is 32 inches. I am 5'10 and 30 inches inseam, so the rain suit kind of drags when not riding the bike. It becomes just about right when I straddle over my bike and take a riding position (sport bike). I think my inseam is just about the average of my stature, so I felt that this leg is purposely made a little longer for riding. I'd expect the same for XL. Upper body wise, I have 40in chest and wear size 52 Dainese jacket. The suit covers over the jacket without a problem. Hope this helps. Aug 15, 2013
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Damien P: I am 5'11" also, same chest size, waist 34", inseam 31" and bought an L size H2O suit with fits perfectly over my meshed jacket and pants and properly covers the upper part of my boots.
Your inseam and waist are significantly over mine so I would suggest to go for an XL if you want to wear your suit on top of your gear.
Aug 12, 2013
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Gilbert D: I originally ordered the XL but it was definitely a tight fit for me. I am 5' 11'' with a 34 waist and inseam and 46 chest. Keep in mind that I wear my rain suit over my riding jacket and pants.
I would favor going a size up to 2XL. Hope this is helpful.
Aug 13, 2013
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Charles M: It is hard to judge. I am a little shorter (5' 10"), and I find the XL plenty long, but not overly roomy. I have same waist size, but smaller chest (46"). I only used it once, but I think bigger is better than smaller. I would go 2 XL. Hope that help? Aug 18, 2013
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philip b: When I bought my 2 suits I went larger on both I felt its a rain suit and if legs and arms are long it will give more protection and I'm happy I did they work great when riding Aug 12, 2013
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Kurt K: I purchased the size Large. I am 6' 1" tall, 42" chest, 33" inseam, and 33" waist. It fits well with plenty of leg length. I would think that an XL will fit you. Aug 12, 2013
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Tony C: I'm 6' 235lb guy with an XL. I wear a 46 jacket, 38/32 pants. I recommend this for sure. Best $99 I've spent to date. They've started sizing to Americans now. Aug 12, 2013
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Lauren B: I'm about your size and I have a LG. It's s little snug to get on, but once on it fits like a custom suit over my gear and keeps me dry. Aug 12, 2013
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FRANCOIS L: Hello, I am 5 10 170 pounds with 33 waist and a med fits fine. I guess L or XL would be appropriate. Aug 13, 2013
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Tri N: It depends on how bulky your gear is, but I would say an XL would be a good choice. Aug 12, 2013
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Richard B asked: Do you think it's important to have stirrups? I see that a lot of high rated products lack them. As I've been shopping, I have been eliminating rain suits/pants that did not have stirrups. Having never owned raingear, I was thinking that stirrups do a better job at keeping your legs/feet dry. Nov 6, 2013
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George S: I've ridden for hours in moderate to heavy rain wearing this suit. It has velcro that secures it around your boot/lower leg, so my opinion is that a stirrup would not be needed. I didn't have any issues with water running UP my leg... then again, I'm not on a cruiser style bike either, but even so, it seals very well around your boot/lower leg at the bottom. I don't think it would be an issue on either style of bike. Nov 7, 2013
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Charles M: I think stirrups are potentially helpful. High boots, I think, make them less important. I do, however, sometimes use boot straps (probably not the correct term - straps with clips that go under the boot). Inexpensive, and they provide flexibility. This rain suit has worked well for me. No stirrups, and I have not used the straps on it (but you certainly could). Hope that helps? Nov 7, 2013
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Mike L: In my case at least, stirrups weren't necessary really. The length/fit was such that the pant leg fit tight enough around the boot that it never raised up. I would imagine - even with the velcro closure - it wouldn't be to hard to sew some type of stirrup strap attachment in place, but I don't think you'll need to. Nov 6, 2013
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A s: Personally, I prefer no stirrups. I've never had a problem with my rain pants riding up but I have caught stirrups on foot pegs and almost fallen. Very embarrassing, not to mention dangerous. Now with all my rain gear pants, if they had stirrups when I bought them, they don't anymore! Nov 7, 2013
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Richard B: Hey there "A s" I am the person who asked the question and it was also identifying me as "A s". I couldn't find any option to change my display name in the My Account > General Information. It looks like logging out (maybe clearing cookies for the site) and logging back in updated my name here. Give it a try and let me know if it worked. If so I can file a bug report claiming that we reproduced it twice. Thanks for your answer, BTW. Nov 7, 2013
James T: This is a purely subjective response, but of the rain suits I've had over the years, the stirrups just make them harder to get on, for they always catch on the sole of my boots. This Revit suit hasn't any stirrups, but it works just fine. Nov 7, 2013
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Richard B: I love this site! Thanks for all the great, fast responses. You have saved me from making a rookie mistake. (I'm the person who answered the original question.) Nov 7, 2013
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Richard P: Stirrups are very important to me, without them the wind raised the pants legs just high enough for rain to get into my boots. You are looking at a great suit. Nov 7, 2013
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Carlton E: This suit works well without stirrups. It fits tight enough to not ride up when riding. Nov 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi there,
I am 6.0', 220 lbs, 43 inch chest and I wear a size 54 Dainese jacket. My inseam is 31''. Should I get a size L or XL?
Thank you!
Feb 13, 2014
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A s: I am 5'10, 180 (at the time) and I bought an XL to fit over my armored Olympia pants and jacket. I feel very comfortable in it-not too tight or restrictive. I do have to work a little to get it on (over the shoulders due to the armor), but once it is, it fits well. Feb 13, 2014
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Michael S: I weigh. 250 and 6 ft tall with 46 in chest. XL is plenty big I should think large would work for you. My inseam is 33. Feb 14, 2014
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James T: I'm 5' 10" and the large fits me fine, so I suspect that you need the XL.
James
Feb 14, 2014
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Tri N: I would say XL. I'm 5'8" with a 30 inseam and got a Large. It fits spot on. Feb 13, 2014
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Carlton E: XL to give you room to wear over your clothes and have enough length Feb 13, 2014
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Gilbert D: Would definetely go with the XL. Feb 13, 2014
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Charles M: The XL. Feb 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm 5'9", 190lbs, ~40" chest. What size would you recommend? ~33" waste, 29-30" inseam. Feb 3, 2014
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Kenneth S: I would think a large would work, but I would ask the guys at the store, they must have some feed back on who is buying and what sizes are working for others. If sleeves or legs are a little long you could always roll them under. As for me I have yet to use mine, either do to laziness, or because I carry it with me all the time, the dark clouds hold off. If not use Revzilla's return policy. Hope that helps, Ken Feb 18, 2014
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Allen K N: I am 5' 10" and 205, 38 inch waist, 30 in inseam. I got a large that did not fit me well mainly because I am long waist-ed. Exchanged it for the extra large which fit great. Keep in mind a little larger is better than a tight fit when you and putting it on over riding gear. Much easier to get on and off if you have a little more room. It is a great compact rain suit that works extremely well. Feb 18, 2014
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Timothy S: I am and inch taller and a 42 inch chest. I purchased a large and it fits fine over my riding jacket and pants. Feb 18, 2014
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Matthew M: I'm 5'7" and 40-42 chest 34 waist and 30 inseam and I bought a large. Feb 18, 2014
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Nyen C: I am about the same built. Fits fine. Feb 18, 2014
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Nyen C: Forgot to mention: I got size L Feb 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm interested in a REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit. I want it to fit over a L mesh jacket. I'm 6 ft tall. What size do you recommend? Mar 17, 2012
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JoeWillis1: I'm 6' 1" and 175 lbs. The H20 Suit fits just fine over my L Mesh Joe Rocket with shoulder pads. The only issue is that you must fit one shoulder pad at a time. Sort of a Houdini trick, but you'll develop a system. I recommend the fluorescent green even know it soaks up stains. The name of the game in a rain storm is being seen. Mar 19, 2012
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DonH: I ordered the size as indicated by the site (x-large and my jacket is X-large) and aside from getting it off "quickly", it fit great. Trying to get it over the shoulder armor of my jacket (Olympia Viper Mesh) required a little wiggling, but I would not have gone a size bigger. It fits and looks great. Apr 19, 2012
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RevZilla: These suits are intended to fit over your gear. If you have a REV'IT! jacket or other European slim-cut brand in a LG, you should be fine to purchase a size LG Pacific Rain suit. Our associate Chris doe the same with his - having an XL jacket and an XL rain suit. Mar 21, 2012
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7Aces: XL
I'm 6'2" and bought the XL. Little hard to get off the shoulder but it fits really well. Mine however leaks in anything but a light mist so I hope you have better luck.
Aug 25, 2012
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seando: Large. I am the same size and can fit an armored jacket underneath comfortably. May 24, 2012
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Skidmark: I'm 6'1 and 185 pounds. The XL is a perfect fit with my jacket. Mar 19, 2012
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A shopper asked: Lots of rain suits are great, but the leg will disintegrate when it touches a hot pipe. Just want to know what I would be getting. Nov 22, 2011
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AliB: The rainsuit is made from PVC-Free polyester, which has a higher melting point than PVC, however, it will still melt if put in contact with a hot exhaust. With the high temperatures exhausts can reach, there are nearly no textiles on the market that won't melt if put in contact with a hot exhaust. Nov 23, 2011
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Stuart K.: I personally do not own the suit, but being the material it is made out of I highly doubt it. Your best bet would be to made put some heat wrap on the pipe where your leg may make contact or wrapping some kind of heat resistant material around that part of your leg for the time being while you ride.

But again that is just what I would do.
Nov 22, 2011
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Richard B: I don't know from experience, but my IR Thermometer suggests that exhaust pipes will melt this, or any material as AliB said. I will add that it should hold up to crankcase contact. Nov 6, 2013
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Skidmark: The only waterproof material that exhaust pipes won't melt that I know of is Teflon. I've never seen a Teflon rain suit. Mar 19, 2012
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seando: Absolutely not. It's very thin. May 24, 2012
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A shopper asked: You mention the long front zipper, but there is no mention of leg zippers. I have size 12 Sidi Adventure Rain boots, so they are pretty bulky.

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Sep 17, 2011
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Skidmark: The legs are "bell bottoms" if your old enough to know what I'm talking about. The have three horizontal strips of Velcro a couple of inches apart starting below the knee, and one long vertical strip down the front seam so it folds over and attaches. It works well, much to my surprise, but I had to take my boots off when putting it on for fear of tearing it. My suit is an XL, and I wear a size nine. Mar 19, 2012
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AliB: There are no leg zippers on the REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit, however the large cuff opening is adjustable with several strips of hook and loop closures to customize your fit over boots. The opening of the leg cuff should be plenty wide enough to accommodate your Sidi Adventure Rain boots. Oct 4, 2011
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Ivan2Ride: I'm embarassed to answer my own question. I just watched the video, and Anthony said that it's easy to put the suit on without taking your boots off, even bulky boots. Anthony even mentioned the very boots I have, Sidi Adventure Rain. Sep 24, 2011
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JoeWillis1: I just placed this suit over my size 12 Sidi motocross style boots yesterday. It takes a little patience, but I was able to don the suit over the boots on the side of the road. Mar 19, 2012
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Skidmark: I wear a size nine and I had to take my boots off for fear of tearing the suit. My suits an XL. Mar 19, 2012
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A shopper asked: I wear a size 54 Revit jacket and my leg inseam measures 33.5 inches. Would I need an XL in this rainsuit? Dec 20, 2011
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Joel P: Yes, based on your measurements, a size 54 rain suit should fit you fine. Dec 22, 2011
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Skidmark: Yes. I have a 35 inch inseam and the XL is the perfect length. Mar 19, 2012
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twinotterdriver: Sounds like an XXL to me. Sep 24, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm 5'5", my waist is 29", chest is 36", and inseam is 28". What size of the REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit would you suggest? May 8, 2012
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seando: Medium but the chest might be tight with armor underneath. May 24, 2012
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RevZilla: I recommend a size small for your measurements. May 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: I take a size 52 Rev'it jacket. Would I take a medium or a large in the rain suit? Nov 8, 2011
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Joel P: Based on the size jacket you have, you are likely to need a Large for this rain suit. Nov 16, 2011
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Rider49: Large for sure. Apr 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: What about mold or other issues with repacking it and leaving it in a hot bike until the next rain? Mar 5, 2014
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philip b: I always bring mine in house till dry then roll back up
you should never put anything away wet!
Mar 5, 2014
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Sherrill E asked: I wear a women's size 40 leather jacket and size 42 pant, 5'8" tall and 145 lbs. What size of rain suit would I require? Aug 6, 2013
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Chris KStaff: You should take a size Small. Ali, here at RevZilla, wears a Small with size 38 jacket and has room for a backpack underneath the rain suit. Only downside is that the small isn't great if you are super tall (6 foot) like she is. Aug 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: How soon before a new shipment is expected for this product? No other stores seem to have in stock, and I wish to purchase from Revzilla, before any other place. Oct 19, 2012
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Vixter: Use the "notify me when available" feature. Revzilla notified me and I had the product in my hand days before others told me it was back in stock. Dec 3, 2012
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A shopper asked: Size consultation?
In normal office clothing I wear Misses' Petite size 10: 37.5 - 30 - 40 without jacket/chaps on. Inseam 30".
Size recommended for the one-piece H2O?
Mar 24, 2012
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RevZilla: For your petite measurements, I recommend a size small in the REV'IT! Pacific H2O one piece rain suit. Mar 28, 2012
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A shopper asked: I wear a 50 in Alpinestars leather jackets and have a 30" inseam. I want to know my size and would this fit comfortably over leathers? Feb 21, 2012
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RevZilla: Based on your measurements, you will need a size medium for the REV'IT Pacific H2O suit to fit properly. You should have no issue fitting the rain suit over leathers. May 2, 2012
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