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Firstgear Thermo One-Piece Suit

Designed to get in and go, the Firstgear Thermo One-Piece Suit is the one and done solution for commuters to tourers and everyone in between. The 100% waterproof and breathable Hypertex lining keeps you bone dry while the one-piece design and 120-gram polyester insulation maximize heat retention. Don't let cold weather end your riding season and hop into a Thermo One-Piece suit for that chilly commute.


  • Classic fit: A more tailored fit
  • 100% waterproof, 210 denier Hypertex
  • 120-gram polyester insulation
  • Full storm flap closures on zippers, pockets and cuffs
  • Cargo storage pockets
  • Elasticized ankle closures and adjustable waist
  • 1-year limited warranty

Note: Silver has a greenish tinge.

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Firstgear Thermo 1-Piece Suit 4.6 5 40 40
Leaks Every time I have worn the suit it has leaked in the krouch and belly area through the zipper..... August 18, 2015
Keeps you warm! I live in Southern Louisiana, so we don't get a lot of very cold weather, but when it got cold, this suit kept me warm in mid-30 degree temps. The first suit I purchased was a little too large, and replacement for a proper fit was very easy and hassle-free. The only feature that is a little difficult to use is the Velcro/elastic ankle cuffs, but with a little practice I was able to get them right. I'd recommend this product! May 11, 2015
CBR1000RR Commuter This really is an excellent buy for the money. I probably haven't spent better money as far as value is concerned. It is warm. I mean really warm! You would have to ride in sub 20 degree weather to get cold in this suit. I have seen 30 degrees in it with a Nike fleece under it. I don't even think the fleece was necessary. Very water proof, I live in Washington trust me I know. I ride in the rain, alot. Disregard any review that says it has good ventilation. It has NO ventilation, no zippered openings, no vents, nothing. It does fold nicely into a backpack however because it has no armor (so don't decide to "lay er down" ). If you have a light (textile Joerocket) jacket you can fold into said backpack you can switch for warmer weather. The fit is large and catches a lot of wind. I am 5.11, 180 athletic build I bought the large check the pics for fit. Should have maybe tried a medium. March 2, 2015
very toasty I bought this because I ride all year round and it gets a bit chilly here in the northeast. I've worn this in 11 degree temperatures on an hour commute to work and I arrive nice and warm March 2, 2015
The BEST suit I've ever owned!! I ordered the suit and had it in two days! the Firstgear suit fits awesome , very comforable and warm even in 32 deg weather! Highly recomend it product! January 20, 2015
good cold weather suit I live in sicily and I bought this suit to ride my bike to work in the winter time. Definitely worth it. I have onky used it twice but unless its below 50 I would sweat in it. Im 182lbs and 5'11" the medium feels a little right when a lean forward on the bike going at high speeds. And I would definitely not wear a jacket or leathers under it. I does not breath whatsoever hence rain and cold weather suit. Style could be better. Maybe different colors but overall above avaerage specially for the price. Plus it got to me in about three weeks which is pretty good for fpo address. December 22, 2014
warm and dry This suit is a great deal for the money. Fits great, sizing chart is right on, I'm 5'5" 155 and the small was a perfect fit. Easy to get on and off. Has kept me warm and dry on my 90 mi commute. Freeway speeds at 45 degrees and rain and I was dry and warm. If something happens to this one I will definitely replace it. December 8, 2014
So far so good! I've only been able to go out in the suit a couple times when it was cold enough. First trip was 28 degrees and the only thing that got cold was my finger tips and toes. This obviously at no fault of the suit. I do wish it was a bit more snug around the torso. I had to get a large because I'm 6'3, but at 200 pounds don't need all the extra room. Never the less it's really comfortable and really easy to take off and on with your shoes on (the zippers on the legs zip WAY up). Get a good pair of gloves and a thick pair or socks and you can ride in just about any weather. (Haven't tested in rain yet, but I hear it's okay). December 2, 2014
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Firstgear Thermo 1-Piece Suit
Already Asked: 15 Questions, 75 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
J F: Needed to be warm in the winter. Nov 21, 2015
D U: Looking for a fall back to my Icon Raiden set up so battle this 2015/16 El Nino! Nov 5, 2015
Travis S: I purchased this suit because it works owned 1 previously good bang for the $ . Aug 24, 2015
Tiffany M: Really good suit. Nice price and it will keep you dry Aug 1, 2015
George W: Gift to friend, it's what he wanted. Jul 19, 2015
J O: It keeps me warm in any temperature. Anything over 45 degrees and it may be a little too warm. A great product for cold weather riding. Very easy to get on and off and is very comfortable. Mar 29, 2015
Daniel Q: cold and rain Jan 4, 2015
Dave R: Protection from cold weather. Sent back. It was a bit claustrophobic for me. Jan 3, 2015
carlos p: price & quality Dec 22, 2014
Martin S: Recommendation from another motorcyclist, price and consistant with my motorcycle use in inclimate weather. Dec 2, 2014
Gerard M: I needed something warm and waterproof for winter riding Dec 2, 2014
Stephen G: price, good reviews. Nov 20, 2014
Travis M: I've been itching to ride and to much of a wimp to take on anything colder than 60 degrees. Woke up this morning determined to find something. The reviews sold me! I CAN NOT WAIT! Nov 7, 2014
ronnie w: I have one that I bought several years ago and buying this one for my grandson. Nov 3, 2014
HARVEY C: Good for cold weather, waterproof, easy to don and doff, inexpensive. Nov 3, 2014
Jason A: Its wet! And I don't like to be cold! LOL Oct 30, 2014
Edward H: its cold and I can jut put it over my normal outfit, I commute to work Oct 28, 2014
Donald F. M: need cold weather riding gear for trip to DC. All the suit I could afford at this time. Oct 19, 2014
Kyle S: 40 F Cold Weather! NUFF SAID. Sep 27, 2014
Rod B: Cold Weather Riding across Appalachian Mountains for daily commute Sep 23, 2014
LESLIE O: Reviews Sep 9, 2014
James M: Quality that Firstgear always provides. Jun 16, 2014
Robert Z: I make late night rides in the mountains and this suit is perfect. Apr 4, 2014
Scott B: I like to ride all year. I like to be able to put this on over whatever I'm wearing and go. Protects against cold but also keeps my clothes clean. Great product. Mar 22, 2014
Marvin R: Cause it's cold outside Feb 6, 2014
Rodney H: My instructor has this suit I like it a lot. Dec 19, 2013
O P: Was hoping it would live up to it's claim and yes it does. Dec 10, 2013
K W: Need rain gear and this seems to be very versatile rain/warmth and the reviews looked great 5 out of 5 ? Hope I like it. Dec 2, 2013
Brian C: I had read good reviews of this product on several Websites. It doesn't get below freezing where I live very often and this seemed like a good fit for the climate and a great price point. Of course when it came time to purchase, Revzilla was my only choice! Nov 20, 2013
Philip P: Love to wide and want to ride year round and this will help that. Oct 22, 2013
Gregory S: price and great reviews. Oct 20, 2013
Tom L: I ride in Seattle..........need I say more! Oct 18, 2013
Thomas F: I live in Oregon it rains alot and looks like a good fit! Sep 25, 2013
A shopper asked: A few questions here: #1 is most important.

1. Proper / best sizing: Riding is 6' tall, 205#, 33" inseam. L or XL?

Note: Must be comfortable this is for long / all day rides 400+ mile segments.

2. If the weather warms up during your trip can you simply unzip the suit to cool your self down? Or do you need to stop and remove it?

3. Additionally: For the above trips, based on the reviews, I should also buy heated gloves and boot liners. Any thoughts and/or suggestions about gear for long winter trips?
Dec 17, 2013
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Steven P: Sorry, I didn't see the other questions. Unfortunately, this is a winter only suit. It has NO ventilation and is very warm. I don't wear it unless it is below 40 F and don't need to layer under it except for longer rides below 20 F. I would not recommend it during warmer seasons.

As for heated items, I think having a good pair of heated gloves and heated socks, insoles, or boot liners are a perfect so you can ride no matter what the temperature. With this suit, adding a heated vest and pants would be overkill except for long haul sub-zero rides, but the heated article for hands and feet complete the package nicely. By the way, I highly recommend getting a rheostat (temp. Controller) with these items so you can tailor the heat to your liking. Oyo will get a lot more use out of them this way instead of just off or on. I use Gerbings and swear by them, but they are the only heated gear I have ever owned. There are other quality brands sold on this site. Hope this helps.

Ride Safe,

Dec 30, 2013
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Steven P: I am 6'2" and an athletic 215 lb build with a 34" inseam and bought the XL. It was a little baggy at first, but with my forcefield armor shirt and a base layer it fits well up top (I have a 46" chest). The leg area is still baggy even with long undergarments. I debated returning it for a large, but once on the bike I like the feel. It is warm and the extra room in the legs is very comfortable seated on the bike. The manufacturer intended the fit to be for the seated position, so inseam length on the large probably would not be an issue if it would allow you enough shoulder and chest room. The good thing is that Revzilla will let you exchange it with no fee if you need a different size.

Ride Safe,

Dec 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do the legs have zippers that zip all the way up? I'm looking for a suit I can get into where I don't have to take my boots off every time. Oct 29, 2014
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Joseph G: Yes,zippers zip up to your hip.Owned almost 15 different suits over the past 40 years at all prices. This is by far the best suit I have owned.Joe G Oct 29, 2014
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andrew m: The zips go up about 3 feet, towards the top of my thigh. I can easily put the suit on with my full length boots on Oct 30, 2014
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Fernandelle B: Yes, the zipper runs all the way up the leg and is covered by velcro. Awesome suite............highly recommended. Nov 2, 2014
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Yaron N: They do have them.

I am very pleased with this suit

Oct 29, 2014
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Allen H: yea the legs zip pretty high, well above the knee. Oct 29, 2014
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Charles T: Yes the zipper goes all the way up Oct 31, 2014
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Aron F asked: Looking at getting this suit. Does the pant lowers have zippers so you can put them on with boots? Or do you have to take your boots off, then take off the suit?

Oct 6, 2014
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Steven G: Aron,

Yes, there are zippers at the bottom to help with putting the suit on and taking the suit off. I find that if i'm wearing work boots with a tread, it is a little difficult getting the suit on and off, but not as hard as other suits i've had. It is plenty warm, great for cold weather riding. Make sure you get it large enough so you can layer. I find the upper body a little small compared to with how the rest of the suit fits.

Oct 6, 2014
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Robert C: Yes the legs have zippers and zip all the way up to your hips, it's very easy to get in and out of. I have been very happy with my suit. I ride year round here in Southern Ohio as long as the roads are not iced up. Oct 6, 2014
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Lisa A: Hi Aron,

I am a tall clumsy gal and I can easily slip this on. it does have a zipper on the lower legs to allow for boots. My boyfriend has one too so the are unisex.
Oct 6, 2014
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Barry G: Yes they do have zippers that go all the way up the leg. BTW, I have found this to be an excellent suit for winter riding. Oct 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: If I"M 5-11 and 203 lbs what size suit should I get L, or XL? Dec 14, 2013
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Christopher H: Large. I am 210 and 5'8" and it fits perfect. Plenty of length in the legs and the body fits great. I usually even wear a fleece jacket underneath so when I take it off I have a light jacket to wear. Very warm suit Dec 14, 2013
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Robert L: I am 5' 9" 180 lbs and i wear a medium.

If I were you I would try a large, the leg length is generous even in a riding position.

Hope this helps.
Dec 17, 2013
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Joseph G: i am 5-9 and 195 lbs a large fits me perfect with just long underwear on under neath.i would buy a size XL hope this helps Joe G Dec 14, 2013
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bill f: xl Dec 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a firstgear riding jacket with shoulder, elbow, and back pads. I would like to be able to wear it with the rain suit. I wear a large according to your chart. Can I wear my jacket over the suit, or should I get a X-large so the suit goes over the jacket? I also have long leggs for my height and weight. (35" inseam) Will I need the X-large for longer legg length. Thank you. Oct 4, 2011
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AliB: The Firstgear Thermo 1-Piece Suit is designed to be worn over your protective gear. It provides waterproofing and insulation, but no protection from impact. It is already designed as an over-suit, so we suggest ordering the same size as your riding jacket. Oct 4, 2011
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NikNak501: I wear XL normally , but have XXL so it goes over my CE jacket. XXL pants are super long and I have 35" inseam ... they are about 4" too long for me. Jan 27, 2013
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JJ47: I don't think you'll need the jacket. If it's above 60 you'll likely burn up in the Thermo suit. It's toasty. Feb 4, 2013
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I. Cem O: Definitely under. This is quite loose and you're supposed to wear things underneath this thing. Nov 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: I am a male, 5-07, 30 inch inseam, weight is 190 waist is 38. From what I have read I'm leaning toward Medium but I haven't bought anything in Medium since I was in High School which makes me think Large. What is your recommendation? Sep 11, 2015
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Joseph G: I am 5-09,male 30 inch inseam,34 inch waist and weigh 200.I have a large and it fits good.Also I just use it in the Fall and Winter with long under ware only.Hope this helps.Best one piece I ever owned and I tried many. Joe G. Sep 12, 2015
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Gregory S: I am 6' 0". 175lbs. I can wear normal clothes plus heated gear along with a jacket under the large. I ride year round in the northeast. The suit is definitely a size larger than labelled. Sep 12, 2015
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Charles T: I am 5,9 185 waist 33 bought a large fits good a little long in legs Sep 11, 2015
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A shopper asked: I can't find a size chart for this one piece. I am 5'7, should I get the SM or MED? Nov 4, 2014
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Erin K: I'm 5' 8 and a girl, about 140 lbs and I think a med would do me well over my gear. Dec 16, 2014
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Daniel H: med
get the size you wear in other cloths
Nov 5, 2014
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Steve T: Hi,

I am a fraction above 5' 8" and I weigh 140lbs (I'm slim). This suit fits me just right with enough room underneath for thermals. It has protected me just fine at 45 degrees F at 60 mph. I highly recommend it.
Nov 5, 2014
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Bailey S: So what size do you wear? Jan 19, 2015
A shopper asked: does this suit provide any heat protection on the legs concerning the exhaust? as i dont want to melt a leg.
Aug 27, 2014
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Barry G: Yes, it has patches on the legs where they might encounter the pipes. Oct 6, 2014
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Rod B: The suit has a very thin (and not very large) heat pad on the inside of the lower legs. I would still be very careful about your leg position and getting on an off the bike, as the protection is limited. Sep 29, 2014
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Chris J: Sorry, I don't remember and I don't have access to the suit right now. And, I don't think my ex-wife would be up to me calling to ask. Aug 27, 2014
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Rod B: LOL..A little weird you would respond just to say you don't know. Thousands of people could say they don't know...I bet the shopper was looking for someone who "did know". Sep 23, 2014
A shopper asked: Which size: L of XL, for a rider that is 6' tall, 205#, 33" inseam? Dec 17, 2013
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Jeffrey W: I have a 32" inseam and I purchased a size large. I'm 6 ft, 175 lbs.
Fit is good. I've ridden in 23 degree weather and did not get cold. Gotta have heated glovees though.
Dec 18, 2013
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Jonathan L: I would recommend going for a extra large. I'm also 6 feet tall. I'm a little slimmer though but the xl fits good. Dec 17, 2013
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Franklin G: I stand 5'9 at 165 and 32 inseam. medium was a good fit. Dec 27, 2013
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Robert C asked: Bought the suit 2 weeks ago for commuting and really like it a lot. I would like to add armor to the mix, and while I could use my summer-weight armored jacket that defeats the purpose of a simple on/off commuter gear setup I was looking for. I'm wondering if anyone has added armor directly to the suit itself, probably by buying armor and somehow (velcro, sewing in pockets, ?) adding to the suit.

Anyone add armor to this suit?
Oct 25, 2013
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Chris J: You ask a really good question. I have not considered adding my own armour. I've just worn it over other gear which, as you said, defeats the putpose. I will probably poney up for an aerostich or something similar soon. Oct 26, 2013
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Robert L: I have not added any armor to the suit. I am sure with some ingenuity it could be done.

The suit as it comes serves it's purpose very well and I am pleased with it.
Oct 26, 2013
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Zac M: No, but do watch out for the exhaust. I burnt a hole right through the pant leg. I used this for the really cold months then switched to the tour-master. Oct 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: Does anyone know there is a nylon patch for the first gear thermo suit? Feb 4, 2015
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Bruce Y: I don't know of any specific patch for the suite. You can use a tent patch if needed. Anything that glues or heats on will work. Don't sew anything as the need holes will not be waterproof. Feb 18, 2015
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Ted M: I don't know about a patch !But they make a liquid repair that works on nylon. You can find it Wal mart or a sewing shop hobb shop,(works on rips or snags ) Feb 18, 2015
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A shopper asked: I'm a gal, 5'3" and 135 #s, considering something like this or heated gear. There's no size chart for this garment. What size would you recommend? Has anyone ever had this suit shortened? Dec 19, 2014
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Joseph G: I am 5'9 and 185 #,a large was plenty big for me.I would recommend a medium so you could put on extra clothes if needed.Been riding for more then 40 years,best and warmest for the $ Dec 19, 2014
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JenHo T: I am 5'5" wearing SM and it fit's me very well. Dec 19, 2014
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Michael H asked: I'm 5-11 and 205 lbs whats size suit should I get L or XL? Dec 14, 2013
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Andrew K: I would go with the L. I am 5'10 180 lbs and went with the M. The crotch is a little tight but besides that it fits perfect and does its job well. Dec 14, 2013
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Trevor A: I am 6 foot 235 and XL is what I wear comfortably. XL would be too big on you I believe Dec 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: I love this suit it's super warm. However it is also super big, in texas it'll go from 35 to 60 in no time...So when I go into work in the morning it is cold when I leave it's too warm for this suit...I've tried packing it in a backpack and a tailbag won't fit in either...How do yal pack it?

Dec 19, 2012
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rl2kirk: You can try a compression sack, you can find them at any outdoor sports hiking store. You can put it in the sack compress it to a smaller size and hook out back of seat our rear fender. Jan 28, 2013
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