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The REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit (Size 2XL Only)
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REV'IT! Pacific 2 H2O Rain Suit
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REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit (Size 2XL Only) Videos

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
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3.7 / 5
Features
3.7 / 5
Comfort
4.1 / 5
Style
4.1 / 5
Air Flow
2.9 / 5
Fit
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 2XL 800714 8700001145862 Out of Stock

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Good performance not 100% WP
It is a good product, although is not 100% WP, works perfect in arms, legs and chest and it's fits really good with jackets and pants. The lowest point is the seat, is the only part that is not WP. When I finished me ride it was very damp.<br><br>hope is usufull.
October 27, 2014
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
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2 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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1 / 5
Needs several fixes and adjustments
I am 5’6” tall, 160lbs with an athletic build. I ride a stock 2006 Ninja 650R. I originally ordered a size medium, but it was huge so I returned the medium and reordered a small (Revzilla has a great return/ exchange system). Underneath the suit, I wear a Rev’It Ignition 2 Jacket with shoulder, elbow and back armor. On the bottom I wear jeans and TCX X-Action touring boots. Overall the suit fits well, but there could be more room in the seat and less room in the cuffs of the pants. The Ninja 650R has a relatively upright riding posture but on a bike that has a more tucked in position, the lack of room in the seat will cause the front of the suit to dig into your throat as the fabric pulls down. The boots I wear are touring boots with a sleek profile, the leg cuffs on the suit are huge and cannot be adjusted tightly enough to stop them from flapping or catching on lower parts of the bike like the pegs, shifter, but this can be stopped by adding a reflective strip around your ankles (think reflective ankle straps like cyclists use). Also, the collar on the suit is very high which it should be to stop water from entering the top of your jacket, but the collar isn’t lined very well. The collar should be lined in a soft microfiber or neoprene material to stop it chafing on your neck. The zipper also digs into my adam’s apple/ throat and my facial hair gets caught in it because the closure isn’t lined/ dosen’t have an adequate zipper garage. Now, on to waterproofness…for commuting in light rain at city speeds to highway speeds the suit is fine for an hour or so, but any longer or at freeway speeds, the suit will fail. Water enters through the leg cuffs (which can’t be tightened enough), the lap area where the zipper ends and the butt from contact with a wet seat. The suit is okay, but there are a lot of negatives. Here are the pros: the styling is great! Clean and subdued. The logos and reflectivity are nice as well. The wrists and shoulders can be adjusted tightly using the velcro straps, so no flapping around. The front zipper/ flap system is easy to use. It would be nice to see magnets vs. velcro though. The suit packs down relatively small using a compression sack about the size of a softball when the straps are cinched down (the stock sack is ok, but not small enough). Overall it gets the job done but I bet there are better items out there.
June 5, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit
Great rain suit from REV'IT!<br>Very light but sturdy and well designed.<br>Fit is great. I am 5'11 170lbs and usually wears Medium.<br>My REV'IT jacket is a Large and pants Medium.<br>I went with Large for the suit and the fit is perfect.<br>Very bright color.<br>I don't know about durability yet. Protected me very well in light rain.<br>Can be also used a windbreaker on colder days.<br>One thing, I wish the legs would close tighter.<br>Overall, a really great rain suit.<br>Excellent service from Rezvilla also.
April 29, 2013
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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3 / 5
one of the best products I have ever owned, bar none
The rain suit was tested today in torrential rain for 3 hours at highway speeds. You would be nuts not to own this suit. I have the high-vis, and it is one of the best products I own. Why? well whoever said it's not waterproof must have forgotten to zip it up. It is rubber lined: it is impossible that it is not waterproof. One piece is functional. I can't understand why anyone would buy a 2 piece. I wore this today over body armor with a klim camel back. I put it on over my mx boots, which were a tight fit, to get on, but who would buy a suit that they need to take their boots off to get on? Imagine hopping around without shoes in a cloud break. The design is brilliant. This makes me want to try buying other products by the RevIt.
May 11, 2013
Ride:
2010 BMW F800GS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
It does what it needs to do.
I had this for two years. 2013 went from Michigan to Deadhorse. 17 days, 12 days of rain. 2014 Michigan to the Trans Labrador Highway. 9 days, 9 days of rain. I Live in Michigan, lots of rain. Will keep you dry. If it's hot out keep moving. If it's cold, freezing, out it's great. The fit is a little loose but that makes it easy to get on and off. Mine was in yellow, kids will point and laugh at you but you're dry. It would have lasted another year if I hadn't slipped in some mud and laid the bike down with the exhaust against my leg. It does melt. I WILL get a new one.
December 15, 2014
Ride:
2007 BMW F650GS ABS
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
1 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Fit
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Air Flow
4 / 5
Nice, but did not fit my build
I compared this to the Joe Rocket RS2 suit. The RS2 won for one main reason, fit. I have an American build (6' 205 broad shoulders) and with my gear on the XL H2O ran out of space quick. Difficult to zip and had to hop hop hop to get it on. I was thinking of ordering a 2XL, but guessed the length would be way to long since the XL was about 1-2 inches longer already. The H2O features are excellent; light, one piece, and small form factor, but in my opinion it will not fit an American build if you have all your riding gear. Without gear, maybe. Need to be more of a Euro build.
June 21, 2013
Ride:
2011 Ducati 1198 S
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Built for giants
My wife and I both ordered theses, she a large and I an XL based on chest measurements, etc. We thought, well they may be a little long, but we can deal with that. Well, almost two feet too long. When are these manufacturers going to figure out not everybody is 10 feet tall! We returned them today and won't try again. Sizing with S, M, L, etc. doesn't work for most people. Oh, and the sleeves and legs can't be secured tight unless your wrists and ankles are huge even with jacket and boot in place.
August 20, 2013
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
2 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Comfort
2 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Spotty construction and design
I'll be the dissenter in grading this product poorly.<br><br>Pros: As a REV'IT! item, styling is great. I owned the hi-viz.<br><br>Cons: After one wearing, I had many loose threads. That doesn't speak well to construction.<br><br>The worse part was the gaiter at the bottom of the zipper. The fabric reliably caught every time I tried to put the suit on. I had to carefully back the fabric out to avoid holes. Because of the gaping fit, it was nearly impossible to hold the gaiter out of the way; there was nothing to pull against.<br><br>I also disliked the collar. As another mentioned, the soft lining is secured at the top only and flips up.<br><br>Overall, I'm unhappy with the garment.
April 26, 2012
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
1 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
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1 / 5
Pacific H2O Leaves Me Soaked
Rev'it Pacific H2O Rain Suit Hi-Viz Neon Yellow XL<br><br>I've had this suit for five months now, and have worn it on numerous wet occasions during my daily commute to NYC.<br><br>While I'm very pleased with some of the features of the suit (Hi-Viz color, stowed size, fit over regular gear), I'm less pleased with some other features (mediocre Velcro, zipper catches material everytime it's used, collar liner does not stay put, lack of adjustment at waist), however I'm totally disappointed with the suit's inability to keep the rain out.<br><br>When I commute in the rain with the Pacific H2O rain suit, I'm pretty well guaranteed to arrive at my destination soaked from the waist on down (total amount of soakage is a function of the amount of rain encountered). The leakage is first felt along the right-hand side buttocks area, which rapidly spreads to the left-hand side, then a slow progression down the legs.<br><br>I'm puzzled by the nature of the leak as I've found no indication of any holes, tears, pulled seams, or areas worn thin in the seat area, that might lead to water ingress, though I am suspicious of the use of velcro as the primary zipper weather flap seal. I imagine with a less protected (from the elements) motorcycle then the Honda ST1300 which I commute with, I could easily find myself even wetter than I am currently.
June 2, 2012
Ride:
2006 Honda ST1300 ABS
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
1 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
Poor quality and LEAKS!
I purchased this rainsuit for an upcoming trip thru Canada. I tested it out a few weeks prior to the trip in a fairly heavy rain. It leaked and left my lap soaked. I tried it a second time and focused on making sure everything was secure and closed properly. It leaked again. I just returned from Quebec where it rained the last 4 days of our trip. This suit (didn't have time to order another prior to the trip) leaked in all intensities of rain. The only way to keep the suit from soaking my lap was to wear another pair of waterproof pants under the rain suit. By the end of the trip, the stitching securing the velcro on the rain flap had failed and it was impossible to seal the suit at all.
September 13, 2013
Ride:
2012 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
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Why did you choose this?
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This is only one piece suit to go over my summer textiles that has kept me 100% dry. The hi-viz yellow stands out in the dense fog!
JcF700 on Apr 8, 2016
It isn't a closeout and it came in 2XL.
Freightlinerfrank on Mar 11, 2016
This is only one piece suit to go over my summer textiles that has kept me 100% dry. The hi-viz yellow stands out in the dense fog!
JcF700 on Apr 8, 2016
Great rain suit. Very small package with no leaks.
Solo Rider on Apr 7, 2016
It isn't a closeout and it came in 2XL.
Freightlinerfrank on Mar 11, 2016
Rain protection for my wife
Noel D on Feb 15, 2016
Works well.
David G on Dec 28, 2015
Nice suit. Wraps up pretty small and is easy to get on. Does a good job keeping you dry. The dayglo one is very bright
Mark S on Oct 19, 2015
Tired of getting caught in the rain. Seemed like a solution that was inexpensive and functional.
Joseph B on Oct 8, 2015
Summer riding
Motomando on Oct 8, 2015
I bought this in a high viz green, it is great for cold morning rides and it packs easy for the surprise rain on a long ride.
Nathan K on Sep 24, 2015
Never know when it is going to rain.
Stewart S on Sep 15, 2015
higher visability,quality,and the way it rolls up easy and includes storage bag
shawn r on Sep 12, 2015
design
Jason C on Aug 30, 2015
Safety, hopefully to stay dry and I want to look like "Hi-Viz Brian"
Pegg696 on Aug 25, 2015
nice suit. really like it
yanfox on Aug 20, 2015
Sale price and color
Vinton K on Aug 19, 2015
The great reputation of revit
Michael on Aug 14, 2015
Because it rains in the Northwest and is very pack able.
Drew Y on Aug 5, 2015
Want a one piece, and this one is designed to get on fast at the side of the road.
Hans E on Jul 26, 2015
I was looking for a reasonably priced one piece rain suit with the hope that I really won't have to use it often. This sounds like it does the job well while maintaining a manageable price.
Joshua A on Jul 18, 2015
comes in handy often, even just to take the chill off at night and become more visible as well
Jeremiah M on Jul 7, 2015
I wanted a quality one peace rain suit.
Roger F on Jul 5, 2015
Have a road trip coming and wanted some protection and liked the reviews.
John A on Jun 25, 2015
It was recommended by a friend that owned one.
Chris L on Jun 22, 2015
I have a Revit Sand II suit. The included rain liners are fine if you know its going to rain all day. Realistically, I get caught in unexpected rain frequently. I bought this suit to augment the liners and for day when it will be really rainy. I hope that I can jump into it quickly and that it fits around my Sand II suit well. BTW it would be great if, when they demonstrate rain suits on video if they show somebody donning the suit with boots etc.
Monte W on Jun 11, 2015
Nice not to get wet on a trip
Fredric V on Jun 9, 2015
So I don't get wet, this is self explanatory isn't it?
kyle b on Jun 2, 2015
This has been one of hte best pieces of gear I have bought - it's compact, light and highly visible in neon yellow in a downpour. I have yet to get wet in it for the past 18 mos.
Great kit
Tony C on May 28, 2015
Wanted to try a rain suit for long distance travel.
Charles P on May 21, 2015
I have good experience with REV'IT products (Sand 2 Jacket) and I wanted suit and not jacket pants because, if I know I'm going out in the rain, I want to be a dry as possible.
John L on May 14, 2015
Even tho I have WP jackets and boots, I don't like riding wet. Good to have this to go over my usual protection so that I can take off once the rain goes away.
Felipe N on Apr 26, 2015
high visibility
GUIDO J on Apr 23, 2015
Reviews
A S on Apr 20, 2015
always dry in this
Joseph O on Apr 8, 2015
Excellent quality. packs very small easy to pack away for a rainy day.
C H on Apr 6, 2015
One piece and PVC-free.
Jim L on Apr 6, 2015
Good price for a waterproof and Hi Viz REVIT
Alfredo D on Apr 2, 2015
This suit does the trick in pouring down rain, easy on and easy off. I got the high-vis, the only high-vis gear I own because I'll likely only wear it in gloomy weather and that's when it's best to be seen.
Ken B on Apr 2, 2015
The video helped me make my decision on this purchase. Thanks REVZILLA
Howard P on Jan 20, 2015
Easy to use, small to carry and quick to put on. A cheap piece of protection in a monsoon.
Naomi K on Jan 7, 2015
racing sxs's in wet, muddy conditions
wiley b on Jan 3, 2015
I wanted a one piece rain suit. I got the High-Vis, not the black and I has never let me down in the many trips I've needed it on.
Wilson H on Nov 27, 2014
Second one I've purchased - this one for my passenger. When it starts raining, get off, step in, get back on and ride dry!
SUSAN H on Oct 13, 2014
Recommended by RevZilla Sales associate. If your riding in the wet, it might as well be a complete suit.
Mark L on Sep 30, 2014
Does the job it's intended to do, and reasonably priced.
Daniel C on Sep 23, 2014
Wanted the Hi-Viz option. Used frequently on a Road trip to Alaska summer of 2014.
A s on Sep 17, 2014
I spent the extra money on this as opposed to essentially the same thing from Bilt because of the gaiter in the waist. $50 for something that doesn't work is worse than $120 for something that does. Here's hoping I don't melt it on my pipes in the first week...
Jack P on Sep 3, 2014
I saw it very confortable and dry. For rain I prefer one piece
Juan Jose A on Aug 13, 2014
Excellent rain suit for the $$. Mine has seen 2 down pours at highway speeds, riding an F800GS. No leaks! Only issue is I have to take off my Toucan boots to put this on.
William G on Aug 2, 2014
light foldable
Philippe G on Jul 16, 2014
Rain suit, need I say more.
John A on Jul 16, 2014
Great rain suit. Very small package with no leaks.
Solo Rider on Apr 7, 2016
Rain protection for my wife
Noel D on Feb 15, 2016
Hello! I'm 6'3" 150lb chest 38" inseam 31" and waist 30". Should i purchase a L or XL?

Thanks!
Radoslaw C on Aug 26, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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?
A shopper on Aug 10, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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.
RichardBronosky on Nov 6, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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!
A shopper on Feb 13, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
I'm 5'9", 190lbs, ~40" chest. What size would you recommend? ~33" waste, 29-30" inseam.
A shopper on Feb 3, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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
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?
A shopper on Mar 17, 2012
BEST ANSWER: 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.
I purchased this suit (and gave it some good use on recent trip to BC) - my question is about storage. Is it "ok" to store it in the stuff sack during extended periods of non-use? I checked the Rev'it web site and they offered no information on storage.
A shopper on Jul 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I don't have a definitive answer just yet, but here's what I've been doing. After a long trip, I washed and dried it according to tag instructions. I then put it back in the stuff sack and it rides in my saddle bag in case of rain. Anytime I use it for the quick rain-shower scenario, I let it hang in my garage to air dry and "air out", then place it back in the stuff sack for storage. So far, so good. It has been about 4 or 5 months. So again, I don't have good long-term data just yet.
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.

Thanks!
A shopper on Sep 17, 2011
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Have had this on my wishlist for a while. Sadly my size it now gone. What would you guys recommend instead of this? Looking for something Hi-Viz.
Matthew F on Sep 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I purchased the JOE ROCKET RS-2 TWO-PIECE RAINSUIT for my brother. I agree with Radoslaw, water can work it's way to your right thigh or crotch during heavy, constant rains. Additionally, the neck chaffs the Adam's apple severely in sportbike seating positions.
Hi there, Im planning for a wet season coming up, i currently already have a rev it all season motorcycle jacket which i do wear, i originally was planning on just buying some regular rain pants on amazon, but i'm a revzilla fan.

i plan commute on the bike primarily so when and if it rains i'll still be on the bike primarily. i'll need something that i can easily take off and put on if need be.

i wear size 38 pants, i'm 5'9 240 my rev it jacket is size 58 to accommodate my gut.

i ride a suzuki gxsr 750 and a yamaha fz6r.

the only size you have left are the 2xl's and above. would those be too big for me?

if so what else would you recommend?
A shopper on Sep 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I don't think it will be too big for your size, but you can only try it to be sure. A lot of the equation relies upon what you wear under it too, actually. I used a large at 5'7" and was 170 lbs at the time with a 41" chest. It was tight over the gear i put it over.

I think the one piece rain oversuit is the best solution to rain for sure! However, the Rev'It suit is not the best rain suit out there. I went through two of them pretty quickly before I found the one I'm using now. They don't stretch or give at all due to the material used. It's a Big Moto World, so unfortunately, Revzilla can't carry everything.