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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
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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
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
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.
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.
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.
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
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 suitDec 14, 2013
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
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
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
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
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.
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
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
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
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
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?
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