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Out of 4 years of analyzing crashed REV'IT! MotoGP suits, the REVIT Stingray one-piece was born - and as you might expect from a suit developed for serious track riders and professionals, the REV'IT! Stingray is designed specifically to help you walk away from a high-speed crash. The Engineered skin design is executed to today's highest technical standards. Seams have been relocated from critical impact zones to areas less likely to make contact with the tarmac during a crash - making them stronger and less likely to tear. Grade A leather is mixed with Kevlar stretch for optimum comfort and freedom of movement; this is topped off with high-level, CE-approved armour and dual comp sliders at the elbows, shoulders, and knees, plus a newly developed grip part at the inside knee. A removable, washable, anti-static, and moisture-managing inner lining comes standard. In short, the Stingray has it all.
Protection: adjustable ProLife® CE comfort protection at knees , Dual-comp knee slider type A , double leather seat , Dual-comp protector at shoulders, elbows and knees , safety stitching , Temperfoam® at back and hips , ProLife® CE protection at shoulders and elbows , CE prepared for Knox® Advance X CE back protector
Fit: race fit , tight
Ventilation: VCS | speed hump hydra bag prepared , ventilation panels at shoulders, sleeves, back and upper legs, fully perforated outer shell at chest and upper arms
Features: comfort collar and cuffs , stretch lips at shoulders, back, elbows and knees , easy entrance zipper at calf , replaceable grip part at inside knees , removable lining
Rev'it Stingray one piece suit
After bad experience with Dainese Trixter Team Revzilla went way out their way to help me and they did not bail out on me like Dainese did ! In process they recommended Stingray suit and to my surprise they recommended size 50, I usually wear Dainese size 52. Well that suit fits like glove I'm 6.2 190 lb. at first it feel a bit tight but after 3 days on the track I can get in and out of the suit by my self with out performing some crazy dance!! It vents well and allows to move any direction you wish.
I got mine in White/Black and after 20 min on grid before start of race I was really happy with my choice of colors !!
May 20, 2013
Stingray - Size 52 - Black
Ordered a Rev'It Stingray suit in a size 52 after previously ordering the Dainese Laguna Seca Pro suit in both a size 52 and a size 54.
The Laguna Seca Pro suit was the top suit on my list after listening to the recommendations of the Revzilla staff. Unfortunately the Laguna Seca Pro suit was either too short in the torso or too small in the shoulders as I was unable to get it completely up and over my shoulders which of course meant I was unable to close the main zipper. It's a shame because that was a great looking suit.
The Stingray suit arrived last week. Admittedly I'm not quite as excited about the styling of the Stingray suit as I was the Laguna Seca Pro. But I'm just as excited about the technical features and the build quality.
I'm also excited by the slightly longer torso and fuller fit. I'm roughly 6 feet tall and 175 lbs. The suit is snug in the upper body and a little loose in the thighs and seat.
Initially it was also very tight in the lower legs. In fact, I was almost unable to zip the main zippers in the legs. It turned out the pant legs were being held up too high on my leg by the positioning of the adjustable knee armor. Once I raised the knee armor an inch or so it lower the pant leg to its correct position and I was able to close the main leg zipper with no further problems.
It's a beautiful suit with a lot of very nice features. The fit and finish are very good. The abundance of perforation and stretch materials should make the suit very comfortable once I'm able to take it out on the bike and to the track.
March 4, 2013
Comfortable race leathers!
I normally wear a EU 50 or 52 in Dainese or Alpinestars and like a tight fitting race suit but the Rev'It that fit is 48. I'm 5' 9", 170 lbs, 34 waist, and the 48 fits like a glove. Can stand upright, so not overly aggressive preshape. A lot of suit for the money with features of a pricier race suit.
July 11, 2012
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Eugene S asked:Debating about this suit vs. Spidi Track Wind Pro... To me, both suits seem very similar in features and protection. In terms of fit, though, which would you think will fit me better? 5'10", 189lbs, chest 44", waist 37". Also, please suggest the best size for me. Thanks.Mar 28, 2014
JAMES C:Eugene: I normally wear an EU 50 or 52 depending on the manufacturer. A 50 better suits me in most cases. I am 5'-9" and weigh 175 with a 39" chest, 34" waist. The Rev'It Stingray that I wear is a EU 48. It was very snug at first like a race suit should be but has loosened a bit to be comfortable. It still fits like a race suit should, fairly snug. The guys at Revzilla recommended the 48 and they followed the appropriate sizing guidelines. The suit has been great, is comfortable and feel the protection is on par with my Dainese suit. Both are great on the track as well as the street.
Don't have experience with Spidi, but thought about that one, too. I'd probably try whatever your normal dress suit size would be and think about one size smaller with the Rev'It suit. Good luck!
Danny E:Hey Eugene, you and me are the same height and although I can't recommend best fit for you (I'm smaller, right around 170lbs.) I can say that the Stingray was the most comfortable fit for me across MANY suits in the crotch to shoulder height. I found many suits were putting quite a strain on my shoulders unless I was in a full tuck position. I'm a 30" inseam. The Sipdi was on my short list as well but I dropped it as I ultimately preferred the hard elbows, knees and shoulders on the Rev'it. The Rev'it quality is awesome, I'm really happy with it and looking forward to 2014 racing season. Good luck with your purchase.Mar 28, 2014