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The Rukka Outlast One Piece Suit works to keep the wearer’s temperature not too hot... not too cold... but just right, over a broad range of environments and activity levels. When your activity level or the outside temperature increase, the Outlast thermocules that contain the phase-change paraffin begin to change from a solid to a liquid which provides you with a comfortable sensation of thermal equilibrium. The energy required to activate this process comes from your warm body or rising ambient temperatures.
When you begin to cool down, Outlast thermocules begin to change back from a liquid to a solid. In this phase change, the energy that was absorbed by the thermocules while you were active is returned to you.
Not really worth the money
I purchased this product based on the review, but I have used this item now through a Texas summer and even a somewhat cold few days and I really can't tell the difference in this product and one that I get from my local motorcycle gear store for $10. The idea is that the Outlast technology is supposed to keep your body cool in the summer and warm in the winter. It didn't appear to do any better (or worse) than the $10 products I already have. I would definitely not recommend this product nor would I ever buy it again.
March 24, 2014
Great base layer!
In the winter I have been using FreezeOut from CycleGear and in the summer I've been using Sedici's HeatOut. I saw that this was an 'all season' base layer and figured I'd try it out and I'm glad I did.
The material is very thin but not poor quality. It feels solid like it won't tear easily. It being thinner than both FreezeOut and Sedici HeatOut makes it even more comfortable under my leathers. The fabric is soft and doesn't itch or bunch in your joints. It's like... A giant pair of footie pajamas from when you were a kid, but for adults. Adults who ride motorcycles. Another great feature of this one-piece is that it has a dual-zipper which makes going to the bathroom that much easier. (For those of you unfamiliar with a dual-zipper it's a zipper that can unzip downwards as well as upwards.)
As for performance, this thing is great. I took a ride with it today with the weather in the 50's. Keep in mind this isn't a wind blocker type base layer. This base layer keeps your body at a comfortable temperature. When moving you can still feel the air flow but it isn't freezing. This also doesn't keep you toasty like FreezeOut. When you come to a stop in FreezeOut you start sweating etc, but with this it cools you off some at a stop.
I haven't used this in weather below the high 40s yet. I imagine that if you're riding in anything below 30 that you'd need something else. In all this is a great base layer for the price. Very comfortable and very functional.
December 19, 2013
keopt me from getting cold !
it kept me from getting cold, on a 30 F day, little sun out, and went for a 10 mile round trip ride
March 18, 2013
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Richard W: Wanted one piece seamless base layer that packs well. This one is it.Mar 5, 2014
Matthew B: The Outlast One-Piece is an accessory every rider should own (period). It's not just comfortable and practical, but when wearing a full touring suit - a one piece prevents slippage common with under-garments. No more pulling-up your underpants or pulling-down your undershirt to regain comfort - a one piece like the Outlast makes walking/riding/exploring incredibly more comfortable.Feb 11, 2014
Memdoh N asked:Can I use the Rukka outlast one-piece as an undersuit for a onc piece leather racing suite or I do need a proper undersuite i.e. Dainese Sottotuta?Jul 2, 2014