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  • 600 denier Carbolex shell with 1680 denier ballistic polyester panels in the shoulders, forearms and knees.
  • Featuresan Aqua-Barrier under-the-helmet hood to eliminate seepage in the collar area. The hood easilystows in a hidden collar pocket.
  • A waterproof and breathable Rainguard barrier allows rain protection without perspiration buildup.
  • Carbolex accordion stretch material action back, knees and waist for increased flexibility.
  • Removable neck gaiter seals the neck area from wind and cold.
  • Collar anchor tab eliminates flapping while collar is open.
  • Waterproof zippered 3-position shoulder vents combine with chest vents, adjustable under-sleeve vents, thigh vents, rear exhaust vents and the PipelineVentilation System to provide flow-through ventilation.
  • Collar to knee length main zipper closure with dual wind flap seals out the elements.
  • Phoslite dark reflective piping, wide strips across the back and Tour Master's signature reflective rear triangle increase nighttime visibility.
  • The fleece lined collar and cuffs are soft, yet durable.
  • Adjustable sleeve take-up straps at the forearm and bicep help to secure elbow armor and material.
  • Removable, CE Approved armor at the elbows, shoulders and knees with an articulated triple density back protector.
  • Vertical zippered chest map pockets, zippered hand warmer pockets, a zippered sleeve key pocket and flap closure bellows thigh pockets.
  • Adjustable waist belts, with TPR pulls help fine-tune the fit.
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Tour Master Centurion 1-Piece Suit 4.6 5 22 22
Great for winter riding I am not a big guy so the fit was a little long for me. I took the medium, and at 5'7" found it to be a little long so it bags up around my boots. But in 27 weather it kept me nice and toasty. February 9, 2015
Great gear - ATGATT has never been so easy This suit makes ATGATT very easy. Well constructed, heavy duty and high quality materials. Plenty of pockets for stuff - gloves, phone, keys etc. I have found the liner to be too warm so I have taken mine out. Still very warm without it. I would only use the liner on the coldest of days. December 1, 2014
Wish this wasn't a closeout item. The reviews already made were accurate. Ordering one size bigger is right. Also you don't need heated gear with this suit. As always I feel very comfortable buying from Revzilla. They are a leader in customer service. If I could change one item on this suit is to offer more colors. November 9, 2014
Couple years later, I still love mine. The features of this suit are amazing. I've been using mine as a daily commuter, as a business professional (riding a Harley), with pleasure. Granted DC/Virginia hot weather prompted purchasing mesh riding gear (tourmaster). Good airflow except on the legs. The liners are plentiful. The padding I removed from most areas but still felt safe because of the construction. After 1 year, I did have to reapply some water proofing. I ride year round, rain, sleet and some times a little bit of snow. As long as there is traction, I ride to work and need my suit to keep my business suit dry and not wrinkle it. this does that. I'm strongly considering hording another one because it seems it's on it's way out. I would snag one if you can. It's a worthwhile investment. August 7, 2014
Great value for the money Several of the existing reviews stated that the sizing for this suit ran a little small. After looking over the sizing chart it looked like a Medium should fit, but might be a little short on the inseam and arms. I sent an email to Revzilla giving them my measurements and asking their opinion. The response I got back said a medium should fit, Even with that assurance, I decided to order the Large anyway and I'm glad I did. It fits almost perfectly. I'm 5'10", 42" chest, 34" waist, 34" inseam, 23" sleeve length, 16" neck. The legs and sleeves of this size L suit hit me just right when sitting on the bike, and the waist adjustment straps make it fit fine with plenty of adjustment left if needed. It does seem just a little tight between the crotch and the shoulders, and at least initially it was a bit of a challenge to get it pealed off my shoulders and off my arms. The quality of the suit is excellent. The only minor issue is that the knee armor in the right leg is positioned slightly inward instead of being directly in front of my knee.and there doesn't seem to be a side-to-side adjustment possible -- only up and down. I've only ridden once with the suit since receiving it. I took the liner out and rode in 50 degree weather, and was totally comfortable. (NOTE: Because of the temperature during that ride I didn't open the vents so my rating of the "airflow" above reflects a neutral score. Can't comment on what I didn't experience.) Other reviewers have commented that this suit has pockets and vents galore. Well, it sure does. I counted 12 different possible vent openings, and more pockets than I will ever use. Having said that, a couple of the "pockets" do double duty as vents, (like the "map pocket" on the right chest). I would think you wouldn't want to use them to store things in if you need to open that vent. The zippers are all very high quality, and the ones on the vents are advertised as being waterproof. There is the one neck to left knee zipper to open the suit for ingress and egress. The outside of both legs also have floor to hip zippers. One review said it was still difficult to put this suit on with riding boots on, but I had no problem getting my size 10 feet into the legs if all the zippers were open. The zipper on the outside of each leg is double, so you can open it from the top as well as the bottom. That makes it convenient if you need to get into your pants pocket without taking the suit off. However, there is no opening for running the wires to a heated vest (or pants) control unit or power connection. Haven't ridden in the rain yet, but if possible, I will update this review after I do. April 7, 2014
GREAT ITEM ! I am not easily impressed, but I am totally impressed with this item. The quality is outstanding! It is a little heavy, but doesn't bother me. It is a little baggy in the midsection, but the adjustment waist strap is a big help. I took out the liner and I am very comfortable from 45 degrees and Up. Below 45, I have the Gerbins heated liner that I use, and I can easily ride all year long if I needed to. I am a commuter and this keeps me dry in light rain. Some people said they get soaked in downpours with this suit on. They should't be riding when it downpours anyways. Some people are hilarious. Just buy this product and you wont be sorry. I am 5'10, muscular build , 215lb and 40 in waist. The 2XL fits perfect ! Just to let you know, the videos you see on youtube with this item are very misleading. It looks 100% better in person. One person on Youtube wearing this suit looked like a Michelin man, I couldnt stop laughing, and I was very skeptical because I didn't want to look like that. Then I had nothing to lose with Revzilla ,due to their return policy. If you are nice to them, they will even waive the return shipping ($7.00) . April 1, 2014
Good value for the money Size runs a little smaller than you might expect. I am 5'10", 200#, fairly muscular upper body. Got an XL. Length was perfect. Upper body area was comfortable, but I would not be able to wear anything heavy underneath especially if the quilt liner is in. All one-piece suits seem a little baggy to me, but the Centurion actually looks good when its on and there are elastic/Velcro adjustments to pull in the waist to make it look more trim (if you are one of the folks who need more belly room, there is plenty#. Have done a couple several-hour rides in mid-40s since getting the suit a few weeks ago. I was entirely comfortable with quilt liner removed and only a long sleeve T and Bohn under-armor-pants underneath. The suit is completely windproof. I opened just a couple of the zip vents #I think there are 10 or 12 around the suit) to test the venting and got a nice airflow. This suit should be good even in fairly hot weather using the entire vent system Have not hit heavy rain yet, but stayed completely dry in light rain and you can tell from the overall construction that the suit will be good in heavy rain. Lots of pockets. Quality fabrication and materials. I thought the armor was comfortable and well-placed, although a few other reviewers have reported differently. One thing to note - it you need to adjust length if could be costly. There are Velcro straps at the bottom of the legs and the Goretex lining goes down to the bottom hem. Not just a simple cut-and-hem job. Not an inexpensive item, but equipment with real quality never is. I rate it a good buy. March 17, 2014
Another Great Tour Master Product! Great suit, fits well and is plenty warm for what I am using it for. Went out the other morning at approx 40 degrees and was perfectly toasty! December 23, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
David C: This is my second Centurion 1-Piece suit. My first suit is worn out. I was pleased with the durability that I've decided to go with the same suit. I commute 100 miles per day with this suit year round. It has started to show its' age after 4 years. I also have a Joe Rocket Survivor suit. I have had the First Gear Expedition (1) suit, Olympia, and Teiz. I believe the Tour Master is the best suit for me. Nov 25, 2014
Chris M: Reasonable price for an armoured, waterproof riding suit. I ride year round in the Pacific Northwest. Oct 17, 2014
Kenneth I: Great reviews; features I am looking for. Aug 4, 2014
lloyd s: I wanted a one piece for water protection, it's easy to get in and out of quickly. Wish it had a bit better protection pads Jun 15, 2014
Roger Y: Boy I ride all year long in Colorado and daily commuting. This suit is exceptional for the cooler months; I do not use it in the wintertime. May 18, 2014
Leo S: Wanted a one piece suit - wore this to Alaska for me did a great job May 6, 2014
Christopher P: I'm very happy with this. I've ridden into the low 20's F, and I was never even chilled. A little bulky, but not to the point of inconvenient. Apr 8, 2014
John R: Needed a suit for all weather riding. Hasn't let me down yet. Rode all season, even when it was 7 degrees, I still felt warm with no additional layers underneath. Apr 1, 2014
David W: Of all of the available 1-piece riding suits, this one had all of the features (padding/protection in all the right places, waterproof, etc.) that I was looking for. Additionally, the reviews on the suit as well as the customer service from Revzilla were all exactly what I needed to reassure me that this was the riding suit I was looking for. Mar 27, 2014
Timothy C: High quality and features as shown in your video demo on the item page, good reviews from prior purchasers Feb 21, 2014
Thomas L S: Looked at lot of riding suits. I wanted one that would work for all weather. This suit is awesome. I don't like bulky clothing riding, suit has lots of adjustments to tighten around the body. 100% satisfied. I'm a new customer to RevZella so I wasn't sure what to expect from them. I found they talk the talk and walk the walk. 100% happy with customer service. Thank you RevZella. Jan 13, 2014
A shopper asked: I am considering the Joe Rocket Survivor suit or the Tourmaster Centurion suit for winter riding. I'm 6'2" 275 lbs. I ride everyday to commute and waterproof is important to me. I also want easy on off and will sometimes where over work clothes. Any suggestion on which way to go? Sep 18, 2013
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lloyd s: Hi, I purchased the Tourmaster Centurion Suit.
I am 5-10 and 180lbs. It is just right for my torso but kind of baggy in the seat. So it runs a bit big.
I live in Colorado. I can guarantee that it will keep you dry. I have ridden in some serious rainstorms and was completely dry. It includes a removable gaiter for protecting your neck and a waterproof hood that fits under your helmet. Once it gets below 50 degrees I am a bit cold. I have a heated seat, but would need to wear a fleece vest.
I also wear it over work clothing which might be dress slacks and shirt or jeans and a polo shirt. After putting it on and removing it, you will find it very easy and fast. It has full length zippers protected by full length flaps over the zippers with velcro. What I do is completely open the flap/velcro and then zip it completely. You don't even have to take off boots (I sometimes wear 8 inch lace up boots.). I have a 37 litre pannier. You can scrunch it up and fit it inside.
PRO: I really like it, and would purchase again. Keeps you dry, quick to get it on and take it off.
CONS: Baggy around the waist, The armor for shoulder and elbows is a bit less than what I normally would want. No armor for back protection.
WORK AROUND: On the weekends I like to ride up in the mountains. I ride aggressively and want to be protected. In the city it could be 90+ degrees and 45 degrees in the mountains. So I bought a http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/fox-racing-titan-sport-jacket
I took out the pads on the tourmaster and used the Fox in the mountains. When I came back to the city, I took off the tourmaster, crammed it in the pannier and then rode around with just the Fox.
Sep 18, 2013
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Brian H: I have the Survivor suit and also ride year around in Seattle where rain is common. It is waterproof. I wear my work clothes under the suit with a light vest and a ski jacket as the temperatures drop in the winter. I've never been cold in it either.
It is a little cumbersome though due to all the protective pads that are built into the suit. I took all of them out in order to make it easier to put on and off and to get into my saddle bags when I arrived at work. It does not fold up small with all the pads in it and makes you feel like a robot with them all in the suit. Only you can make the call on safety or mobility. It's a well built quality suit though and I like it. It will last a very long time.
Sep 19, 2013
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Paul S: I only have experience with the Tourmaster which is not bad going on and off. Probably not as easy as Aerostitch but for the money it is functional. Sep 20, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi, my size is 5' 10" with 48" chest and a 40" waist (too many beers) and a 30" inside leg.
What size will I require in the one piece Centurion?
Aug 15, 2014
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HAROLD V: x-tra large. you are about my size and that is what I have. Aug 15, 2014
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A S: Do you wear say trousers and shirt under the suit or is there room for more clothes? Aug 16, 2014
Brian H: I'm 5'-10" and 175lbs with a 42" chest & 34" waist(Not too many beers) and I have a large. It fits me good and has enough room for me to wear a jacket inside it. I would think you will be happier with an extra large. Bigger is more comfortable than smaller in this suit with all the padding. Aug 15, 2014
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A S: Hi Brian, I see from the sizing chart that you have chosen the Large which states jacket size 44" and chest size is 46".
So would that not equate to myself having a 2XL .
The sizing is confusing as the jacket size is smaller than the chest size, something that I cannot understand? Aug 16, 2014
Brian H: Keep in mind the suit fits tighter than you expect. It's heavily loaded with padding for protection which makes it harder to get into it. Once you get into it you will feel like a protected Mummy. I took the pads out so I could fold it up in my side bag. That also made it more comfy to put on & wear. If you don't plan to wear anything but a shirt or light sweater under the suit you may be ok? I'm smaller than you & I could probably wear one size up from a large and be happy. Aug 17, 2014
Brian H: With all the padding in my suit removed to allow it to fold up into my side bag, I wear jeans, shirt, thin sweater & ski jacket in the winter. Keep in mind all those things compress once zipped up and it's snug. Could not do that with the pads in place. An XL probably would. Aug 17, 2014
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Robert D: I have a 3X and it has been a great suit, I am 6-1" and 290 with a 42" waist. There is no room left around the waist or the neck to sack dimension. Also too many beers. I don't use the liner because there is not enough room. Aug 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this suit have a passthrough for heated gear? Feb 12, 2013
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RevZilla: At this time the Centurion Suit does not have an access port for heated gear. Feb 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: I wanted to be able to wear a business suit under this. Take it off and then just walk into the office. Is that possible or is the suit so tight fitting that its not feasible to do this? Feb 4, 2014
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Brian H: Yes, it would be possible. But if you plan to do this I would recommend choosing a size a little bigger than you would normally get. This is not a bad thing as you would be more comfortable in a larger size than one snug fit. Keep in mind the suit feels roomy when your standing up but tightens up when you bend everything into "ride" mode. I wear mine everyday and love it. I wear a heavy long sleeve shirt, a vest or sweater, and a ski jacket under mine and I'm comfortable, warm and dry every day during the winter. I'm 5'-10" & 175lbs in a Large Suit. It's a good size for me but I would not want a medium. I should also note that I took almost all of the protective pads out of my suit because it made it really restrictive. Kind of felt like a mummy in it with all the pads. Hope this helps. Feb 4, 2014
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Holden B: I don't think you can say exactly how the Centurian will fit since some folks are broader, fatter, thinner etc. but from my experience I would say the pants /shirt tie would be no problem but the jacket might be pressed close enough by the heavy suit that you arrive full of wrinkles and looking like you spent the night partying. I would fold the jacket and place in a side panel if you have them. Feb 5, 2014
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Karen M: Hello! This is my husband's suit, and he says...
The critical measurement is from the crotch to the top of the shoulders. If you remove the liner it would probably fit fine. With the liner there would not be room for a suit. I went one size bigger, and am happy with that choice - I use the liner, with just a t-shirt underneath. Hope this helps.
PS: I love this suit.
Feb 4, 2014
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lloyd s: I purchased the suit. I am 5.10, 185lbs and my inseam is 30". I chose the large size. With the insulating liner in it - no way could I wear a business suit. Without the insulating liner, I could. The suit also seems a bit small to me from the inseam up to the shoulders. I wish it was 1 inch taller. Feb 5, 2014
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Jeffery D: The suit has enough adjustment points, so I would say probably, depending on your body type. I typically wear a button-down shirt and a hooded sweatshirt under it and it is only really tight around the neck. The quilted liner would probably be too much with a suit. Feb 5, 2014
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Chris L: I have used this suit for some time now. I work for a hospital and usually wear a polo shirt, tshirt, and dress pants without any movement restrictions. I would recommend going up a size to allow room for your business suit jacket. Feb 5, 2014
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Brian E: I commute to work in this almost every day. If you take out the liner you can definitely wear a suit under the Centurion. I'm 5'7" 145 lbs and have a size Small Feb 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello,
I'm short and fat and stocky, so not sure if something like a suit is for me. I'm 5'6" 218lbs and a 40 or 42 waist depending on who made the pants. My inseam is 29" should I even think about getting a suit? would this suit fit me at an XL especially in my short legs department?

Sep 29, 2014
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Roger Y: It may be a little long while standing but once you get on the bike and bend your knees it may work out fine. You can always exchange them for a smaller size if it doesn't work out or cuff them or have them shortened professionally. I only use mine for cold weather riding and never take the liner out. If you are purchasing this for cold weather riding I can tell you it will keep you warm and it better be cold out when the liner is in or else you will cook. I've used mine many many times well below freezing and never got cold. I do have a wind shield and use a neck gator and electric gloves with rechargeable batteries though. The only problem I have is face shield fogging and throttle oil on the hand grip sticking. Almost resembles having a throttle lock installed. Anyway as you know Revzilla will do you right with whatever you decide to do. Oct 10, 2014
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Brian H: Wow, that's a hard one. I'm 5'10", 175lbs, 34" waist, 31" inseam in a large which is a good fit. My guess is the XL will work for you since your upper body is shorter than mine which should help with the extra room you need in the waist area. The legs will be a little long for you but it shouldn't be a problem when your seated on the bike. They're gonna feel long when you walk around in it though but how much walking do you do with the suit on? Me, not much. I usually take it off and leave it in the bike unless it's a short trip into the counter to pay for gas or something like that. Good luck. Or try one on at a local shop if you can find one. That's what I did. Keep in mind that I try to and do buy locally when a price is reasonable. Just don't like to be gouged. Sep 29, 2014
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Brad M: I'm a taller, fatter guy (5'11" & 300#) with a 44-46 waist with 32" inseam. I got the XXL and love it. I fits a little snug but that's the way you want it. I'm not bulging at the seams or anything but it is not loose, which is what I like. The inseam is a little long but not terrible.

I really do like this suit. We went out to the Badlands in July and it was hot. Without the insulation, it was still pretty warm but not unbearable. I ride a Goldwing and the airflow is a little limited. But, overall, the assurance I had that I was well protected more than made up for the warmth of the suit.

Sorry, probably didn't offer you much help but at least I responded. :-)
Sep 29, 2014
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lloyd s: I am 5-10, 185 lbs. 36 waist, 30 inseam. I got the Large. It fits me fine at the shoulder, it's too baggy at the waist and the inseam is a hair to short.

I'm no expert - but the large may be what you are looking for - not sure what your chest measurement is - mine is 42.
Sep 29, 2014
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John R: I wouldn't recommend it. You can get it tailored if you want. Given your stature I would invest in insulated water proof pants. I just bought Duluth fire hose pants with fleece. In hopes to extend my season before freezing temps reach here. After snow I will switch to the suit. Sep 29, 2014
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HARVEY C asked: Is the main zipper 2-way? (If it is, the bottom would be a good exit for hookup wire for heated jacket liner). Nov 3, 2014
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Roger Y: Hey Harvey,

Mine doesn't have a 2 way zipper in the front but the legs have double zippers.. I also looked all over the front of the suite for a place to route the wire and couldn't find one however there is a small velcro tab on the left shoulder that appears to be for securing a wire but I am not sure.

If I am correct and there isn't one and you do not want to go in at the hip than you could always take it to Jo Ann's or some other fabric store or a friend who sews and have them put one right where you want it. I have ridden with mine down in the teens many times and in all honesty I was completely comfortable with just my regular clothes. I do use electric gloves (battery so I don't have to deal with wires) and my biggest problem is fogging. Hope this helps.
Nov 3, 2014
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Robert D: Mind does not have a two way zipper. Great suit. Only down side is it hard to pack. Almost needs it's own stuff bag. Would buy it again. Nov 3, 2014
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lloyd s: I just double checked the zipper is one-way only. Sorry. You might be able to poke a hole inside the pocket and then zip the pocket up? Nov 3, 2014
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Yves T: Humm... With that outfit, you can go to freezing temp without pluging. It's heavy but i like it for riding. Nov 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: I bought the Joe Rocket Survivor Suit for my husband and he didn't like it at all. Found it to be more of a racing suit than a touring suit. Now I see the Centurion is in stock again. How is the fit compared to the Joe Rocket? I bought my husband a 2xl but he couldn't even sit down! He's 6'4" about 240lbs and his chest is 48". He wants to be able to wear sweatpants and a heated vest when he needs to under it. Thanks! Apr 12, 2014
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Brian H: That's a tough one for me to answer because I am not familiar with the Joe Rocket suit and have never tried it on. What I can tell you is that I am 5'10" and 175lbs and have a Large/44 Centurion suit that I commute to work in every day all year around. In the winter I wear a long sleeve shirt, my heated vest, and a ski jacket under the suit. I wouldn't want to play golf in that package but I'm comfortable riding in it. I wouldn't want a smaller size. As I have said to others, go for the larger of your size consideration. The suit has a bunch of pads incorporated into the suit all over the place. I took all of mine out to make more room as it was very restrictive to put on with them in. And if your going to play bumper cars with an automobile those foam pads are not going to help you much anyway. It's a quality suit that I love and would buy again if something happened to mine. Hope that helps. Apr 15, 2014
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lloyd s: I don't have any experience with the Racing style suit. I am 5-10, 180lbs and I purchased the large. It has a huge waist and an inseam barely long enough for me when walking around.

However when seated for riding it's a comfortable fit. In the winter I wear flece lined pants and a vest or sweater with no problem.

Make sure to carefully read the Tourmaster Centurion one piece size chart
The XL claims to fit a 48, the 2XL up to 50 - but you need to also look at sleeve length, inseam and waist as well.

Next time I will most likely buy a two piece instead of a one piece suit.
Apr 15, 2014
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Robert D: I have the 3xl Centurion and it is very snug in the shoulder to crotch measurement. I am 6.1" and 280. A great suit other wise. Apr 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm looking at the tourmaster centurion suit. I am 5'6" and 140lbs. 32"waist and 30" inseam. Would I be better w a small or small? Nov 25, 2013
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Leo S: I'm 6'4" 220 slim - I originally ordered a XL but it was tight (short wise) would have fit someone 6 foot and under.
I ended up getting a 2XL and the fit is very nice - for your size I think Id go with a Medium.
I've had the suit a year now rode in all weather no real complaints.
Nov 25, 2013
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Brian H: I assume you mean small or medium? In this case I would go with the medium because the suit has lots of padding making the larger choice more comfortable to wear and move around in. Nov 30, 2013
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Fernando L: did you finally purchase the suit? I am 5'6", 32 waist and 30 inseam. Normally medium regular are long for me. Let me know Mar 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: How do you measure what size you should buy? Nov 26, 2014
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Justin N: I actually followed the Tourmaster sizing chart, and it is pretty accurate. I have long arms for my height. So that is the only thing that was off slightly for me, but that usually goes for anything I buy. If you follow the sizing chart and actually measure yourself you should get what you want. Hope this helps. Nov 28, 2014
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Melvin M: I have a few suites, all different manufacturers. Any time I purchase a 1 piece the same size I wear my normal clothing, I end up sending it back for the next larger size. Now, I always purchase the next size, and am happy with the result. Nov 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hello,
I have questions about sizing, I wear a size 42 in jacket pants size is 35... Would a medium be the right fit for me?

Aug 25, 2014
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Roger Y: First, I live in Colorado and ride my bike all year long on a daily basis irregardless of the temperature as long as the roads are clear and there is no snow in the forecast. So I bought this suit for cold weather riding and never take the liner out of it. I ordered 1 size larger when I bought it and I am extremely happy. This suit is very warm with the liner; even when the temperatures are in the teens I am very comfortable. However if I were to take the liner out I believe it would be too big.

So if you are going to wear it with only the liner installed than I believe you should go with a large or else it may fit like a glove. Of course with the Revzilla you always have the option of exchanging it.
Aug 26, 2014
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lloyd s: I don't think so. I think you need a large. I am 185lbs, 36 waist, 30 inseam, 44 jacket and large fits me fine. The pants are a bit baggy on me when walking around but comfortable when seated on the motorcycle.

PS I really like how quickly you can get the suit on and off even while wearing boots. The rain protection is perfect and with the liner you can ride at 45 degrees in comfort
Aug 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am 5'8" and 180lbs with a 35" waist--what size do you think is best for me? My inseam is 32 by the way.... Mar 10, 2012
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Loupe: I'm 5'8" and 170lbs, I wearing size 50".
I think 50 is fit for you (I afraid that 52" might too loose)
Mar 29, 2012
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RevZilla: We would recommend you go with the Tourmaster Centurion 1-Piece Suit in size Medium. May 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: I live in rural Southcentral Texas and it tends to get unusually warm here during a large portion of the year. I'm looking for something I can put on over clothes for to and from commute to metropolitan area for work. Is this a usuable, functional garment? Jun 29, 2011
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Stevan P: This might not be the best option for warm weather riding. Even though it has great venting and waterproofing you might be more comfortable in the Olympia Stealth One Piece Mesh Tech Suit. It is designed with the hot climate rider in mind. Jul 14, 2011
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archkevinb: It's probably not what you want. It is designed for warm/hot weather riding, but more to be worn under something like track leathers than with regular clothes. However, you might find a short sleeve version of this to be more comfortable than a regular t-shirt, and would keep you drier and somewhat cooler than you'd be if you went without. Jul 18, 2011
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A shopper asked: Based on the sizing the legs will be too long in the XL size I need. Can the legs of the suit be tailored without affecting the zipper and thermal liner, would need to tailor it 2" at the bottom. Oct 12, 2011
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AliB: We do not recommend tailoring these pants. In addition to having to change the zippers at the cuff, the knee armor may not sit in the right place if the leg is too long for you. The Olympia Phantom One Piece suit does have adjustable knee armor for more fit customization, however, we also do not recommend hemming the pant cuffs. Oct 14, 2011
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lonerider: No, Olympia Phantom would be a better choice if you need to shorten the legs. Dec 17, 2011
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A S asked: Hello, I'm short, stocky, and fat would a suit like the centurion work at all for me. I'm about 5' 6" with a 40/42 waist and an inseam of 29" Would this suit fit me right given my short legs? Would an XL be what I would get? Thanks for the help Sep 29, 2014
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Alex N: I am 6'1,250lbs,40 waist, 31 leg. I ordered a 3xl and here is my take: Overall, suit is awesome. It's high quality and serious piece of. I probably would have bought the 2xl but it was not in stock at Revzilla at the time of purchase and my experience is that most motorcycle gear runs on the small side. It's a little too big for me but that's ok as I prefer big to small in clothing.
The suit is 3 to 4 inches long in the leg but I fold it and use ankle straps to keep it tight. No problems here. Every part of the suit has adjustable straps and that is super helpful in adjusting fit.
The suit comes with an insulated liner that can be easily removed. It is way harder to get the suit on and off with this liner in place - especially when sweaty. When I tried on with the liner the suit felt snug. When I took it out the suit felt quite spacious. The suit was still plenty warm for me - I tend to run hot / sweat a lot in general. For example, I rarely wear a heavy winter coat. I don't plan on using in unless it is mega-cold and I probably wouldn't ride than anyway.
My sense is that based on your height the XL suit will easily fit your torso length wise and that likely allow for more flexibility width wise. The taller the wearer the the more limited this would become. My guess is that there is only a few inches difference between XL and XXL so if the have both sizes try one and if needed swap up pr down with the free return/exchange. My only concern is that you may need to fold the legs and ankle wrap like I do. In my opinion that is not a huge deal or inconvenience because I ankle wrap anyway to reduce wind resistance and any possible snagging. I would totally give it a try because if it fits you with the few adjustments you will have a great suit that offers amazing protection from the elements and any unforeseen riding mishaps. Goof luck and please let me know if there is anything else I can help you with! Safe riding!
Sep 30, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / XS 536685 8713-0105-03 Out of Stock
Black/Black / SM 536686 8713-0105-04 Out of Stock
Black/Black / MD 536687 8713-0105-05 Out of Stock
Black/Black / LG 536688 8713-0105-06 Out of Stock
Black/Black / XL 536689 8713-0105-07 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 2XL 536690 8713-0105-08 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 3XL 536691 8713-0105-09 Out of Stock
Gunmetal/Silver / XS 536692 8713-0127-03 Out of Stock
Gunmetal/Silver / SM 536693 8713-0127-04 Out of Stock
Gunmetal/Silver / MD 536694 8713-0127-05 Out of Stock
Gunmetal/Silver / LG 536695 8713-0127-06 Out of Stock
Gunmetal/Silver / XL 536696 8713-0127-07 Out of Stock
Gunmetal/Silver / 2XL 536697 8713-0127-08 Out of Stock
Gunmetal/Silver / 3XL 536698 8713-0127-09 Out of Stock