REV'IT! Pacific H2O Rain Suit (Size 2XL Only)
Not waterproof! last night riding in rain, legs were soaked from waist down, suit flapped entire time & adjustable straps @ankles we're torn.
March 15, 2016
NOT WATERPROOF, I AM SOAKED, I AM FREEZING, I AM ANGRY. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT!!!
February 6, 2016
Why advertise as waterproof ? They are not !
Thought these were going to be superior to my other dri-rider Rainsuit . Not worth the extra money . Really hurts me to say this as I am a huge REVIT fan. They were hot and stuffy and leaked around shoulder,crotch area, backside and legs both rainy days on my trip. The zip is hard to do up . I did check that I had all the Velcro strip secure and zipped up to the top but it still leaked .I have thrown them out . Waste of money . Not correct advertising 100% waterproof, Rubbish !
November 30, 2015
A must have if you don't live in the desert.
I've use this a few times during mild to moderate rain for rides lasting up to an hour. I have to say, the only parts of me that got wet were my boots, gloves, and face (wear a Bell Rouge#. It's lightweight yet durable. Naturally runs large to fit over your gear, so buy your normal size. Has a wind-breaker feel, so it keeps you pretty warm in the bitter wind and rain. Fairly easy to roll up and put back in its carry bag. It will take up a decent amount of room in your saddlebag, but no more that 1/4 of it, depending on your bag size #I have large Viking Bags). It has a retro-spacesuit sort of design, but this is made for practical uses over fashion. I'd recommend everyone to have rain gear with them, and this product is a nice option.
November 25, 2015
Leaked in the Crotch
While riding the Alps of Austria and Slovenia in a moderate rain, my new Revit rain suit leaked through to my Firstgear Overpants and then on through to my LD Rider skivees. It took less than 30 minutes to leak through.
On a good note, it is very quick and easy to put on and off, easily 1/3 the time of our riding friends' two piece suits.
November 16, 2015
Best one piece rain suit that I've found.
I usually dress for the day before I set out so this one piece rain suit works for me. I like the fact that I can just put it on over everything and not have to worry. This worked perfectly for me on a trip through the Maritimes and over to Newfoundland.
November 16, 2015
For a one time use and then throw away, this is a great Idea
The Rev'It has a great style (high-viz) and I noticed that cagers saw me, but I didn't realize that I was purchasing a one trip disposable suit.
The suit does NOT breath. It is a solid sheet of plastic. The welds at the seams, at least at the bottom of the zipper gutter failed as I had read earlier. I was totally dry from the waist up and quite comfortable. But my legs got soaked.
I would not suggest this as a full time rain suit. Yes, for a last minute option. It does store nicely in the bag.
November 5, 2015
I would recommend this product; however.......
I'm a tourer and commuter. I've never owned a one-piece suit and liked the idea for commuting, so I thought I'd give it a try. Mainly, I was looking for a piece of gear to lessen my load from two pieces of gear to one. I purchased the HighVis Yellow version.
Pros: High visibility; Keeps you dry; Packs compactly; No need to remove boots due to ample leg openings (Finally!); Light weight; Overall style is good, but read on.
Cons: Elastic waist band is a little tight for the 6-pack ab challenged or if it's cold and you're wearing a jacket underneath the suit; Zipper gets hung up on extra material - mainly due to the elastic waist band issue (I do understand that the extra material is there to maintain dryness at the zipper). The hangup is upsetting if you need to get in and especially out of the suit - again, why I've used a two-piece suit for the last 30 years.
Even though the zipper hang-up issue is upsetting, i would recommend this suit and will use mine until the zipper tears the material and I need a replacement. My feelings are that serious motorcycle enthusiasts don't care if a rain suit is a little bulky around the waist (I'm wearing my rain suit to stay dry, not to look stylish) and that the elastic waistband is not necessary which would make the zipper function better.
October 31, 2015