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Olympia Odyssey 1 Piece Suit
When compared to the competition, the Olympia Odyssey one-piece suit offers unmatched levels of quality, venting and waterproof protection. Its 500 and 2000 Denier Cordura shell and seam sealed waterproof / breathable membrane enhance its function while four exterior pockets keep your personal gear safe and dry. As temperatures heat up you’ll cool down by utilizing Odyssey’s exclusive AVS shoulder to forearm and torso venting system. This system offers special water-tight zippers that when open, create major airflow directly to a rider’s body. Standing, boot-on entry is a breeze due to a heavy duty front zipper that runs from the torso to the knee and side leg zippers that extend from the waistband to the bottom hem.
- Outer shell constructed in coated 500D and 2000D Cordura fabric
- Waterproof/breathable membrane adds double waterproof protection
- Airflow Ventilation System at chest arms and back
- Double storm placket front closure
- Removable CE Motion Flex armor at elbows and shoulders
- Removable CE approved Motion Flex articulated back protector
- Removable and adjustable height CE Motion Flex armor at knees
- Removable EVA compression foam at hips
- Custom Fit detailing at collar, cuffs, elbows, waist and bottom hem
- Custom Fit, EZ Hem boot cut bottom
- Full circumference neoprene collar insert
- 3M Scotchlite reflective piping at front, sides and back
- Six storage pockets
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Reviews & Questions
I felt a bit out of breath and my right side upper body hurt a bit but nothing too bad. I got up and my friends helped me get the bike back up and we stopped about 1/10th of a mile down the road at a gas station.
Come to find out later that, while wearing the Forcefield armored shirt and shorts combo under my Olympia suit, I had broken a rib or two (probably when the bike forced my arm to slam into my ribcage). Amazingly, after sliding so far (granted, the roads were wet), the Olympia suit had so little damage that I had to search for the area of the suit that touched the ground.
I also like the fact that this suit has hi-viz integrated, but not annoyingly so. I don't want to look like a hi-viz mannequin and they put just the right amount of yellow on the suit so you are safe and visible but don't look like a total dork.
There are two major changes I made to this suit to make it more functional for me:
1) Added a heated vest wire inside the left side pocket. Cut a hole in the pocket liner and through to the inside of the suit so I have a relatively waterproof way of getting my jacket powered up from the bike, and
2) Added two snaps so that when it's hot and dry out, I can unzip the collar a bit and fold each half back and snap it in place on the suit. This was quite tricky to do, even after sourcing the OEM snap studs from Olympia. Finding the tool to get them installed was impossible so we hacked it and it works fine. Before doing this, the slightly unzipped collar would flap around in the wind and get annoying (this is despite the velcro they give you to fold the upper part of the collar back).
Overall, you can't beat the Aerostich quality suit at a reasonable, everyman price.
I have just finished las week under rain condition. and I am completely disoppointed. ? was complete wet after 3 hours riding experience under rain condition. I mean "complete".
If you just check to standarts of the meterials you never give a chance this occurance but ?t happened.
for cold weather condition it is perfect. you are just in spring and riding warmly.
Extreme hot weather little bit troubled due to thickness of the suit but the air intake points are effective and I may say "accaptable"
But this water proof condition is complete disaster and ruin your all expectation.
Two weeks ago in Berkeley CA, I was struck at a stop sign by a dbag in a car. I wear the tall rated leather riding boots, rated leather gauntlet gloves, rated leather armadillo back plate, rated agv helmet, and this suite size L.
I got thrown onto the hard grown as my bike got thrown the other way. And you know what, the FD was like YOU GOT HIT BY A CAR??? Are you sure. You seem fine wow! I can't believe it. Then I talked to the police. Same thing they couldnt believe it. Then the Paramedics. same story. Then I went to the ER, DR was also very suprised. Thank you gear and suit. Bad luck can't be kept at bay forever, but thank god for gear and this suit and the boots. The gash in the leather boot saved my leg from the sharp pegs! the skid mark on the back of the suit right where my spine is thank you suit!!! Your mileage may vary, but I am glad I plunked down and suit up before I ride :) Stay safe!
The one piece is good because it removes the temptation to just put the jacket on.
The venting works well, though I was skeptical at first.
As others have said, the hip armor needs to be replaced and there is Velcro everywhere! It is very easy to get snagged when suiting up.
I am 6'3", 210, with normal length legs and arms. The XL fits just about perfectly when on the bike. Make sure you fasten all the velcro at the bottom before riding. The fit aspect I was worried about is that I am long from crotch to true waist, and I buy long rise pants when possible. Given the known "ride up" of one pieces, I was concerned, but it's fine.
I have the Shoei yellow helmet, and the colors don't match, sadly, but it's no big deal. The helmet is really yellow, not the high viz greenish - yellow.
over 2 years ago
Expensive - sure but then all added up still cheaper than buying from a bike store in Bangkok so for Thailand, value for money.
But the HUGE PLUS is the suit's ventilation. At any speed over 40 mph, the airflow through the suit with all the vents open gives airflow right round the upper body and arms and over the back. It feels really cool.
Thank you Revzilla for the patience and advice while I decided between the Avenger and Odyssey and to Olympia for designing and building a suite perfect for the Thai conditions.
I feel very protected and visible in the high-viz model. There's tons of Scotchlite piping and there is a Scotchlite panel on the back of the neck. Also, with the contrast between yellow and black, the conspicuity of this suit is rather good.
The fit is as expected. I'm 5' 11" and under 160. I don't need to hem the pants. They might even be 1/4" short on my legs in the seated position. The arms are around 1/2 inch too long on me. In reasonable weather I can ride with the cuffs folded back. The knee armor fits me quite well. The elbow armor, however, is in a bit of an odd position for my particular anatomy. I would appreciate an adjustable elbow armor pocket here. But this doesn't detract from the overall experience with this suit.
The arms and torso have room for an additional layer. It's a bit puffy but doesn't Mae West when you sit. The pants might not be quite as forgiving for layering. You'll need another layer for cold weather. I rode without a fleece underneath in 36F weather and it was a bit chilly - but manageable. The suit keeps most of the wind off of you when the vents are closed and the zippers are properly covered. Your neck below the helmet will be exposed so you will also want to have some cold weather protection there. With a bit of pre-ride planning I can see myself riding with this suit in the New England winter with no problem.
The vents keep me cool up until the mid 70s (F) as long as I'm moving. You can expect to sweat at stop lights and slow or stop-n-go traffic. Once you get moving at a reasonable speed, however, you get very nice evaporational cooling. I definitely see the need for mesh hot weather gear in higher temperatures and based on my experience with the Odyssey I'm seriously considering getting the Olympia Avenger for the hot months.
The side pockets on the Odyssey are a touch small and they're a little tough for me to get into. But they work. The waterproof pockets on the legs are quite nice. The waterproof pocket on the back perplexes me a bit. I'm not sure what I would use it for just yet. The Napoleon pocket is big enough for a wallet or phone - as is the water resistant slash pocket.
There is a lot of Velcro on this suit - probably around 25 linear feet of the stuff. I'm not sure there is any way around this other than to use water resistant zippers everywhere. It's a little annoying at first but it only took a few rides for me to get used to it, though. For me the protection is worth the cumbersome hook and loop fasteners everywhere.
I think this suit gives fantastic value for the money.
over 2 years ago
For around-town, I have had no problems with water penetration. However, at highway speeds, over long distances, during hefty downpours, not so much. I had water seep in at nearly all of the zippers with the exception of the waterproof pockets. The main connection zipper only leaked near the waistline so, that is possibly a matter of fitment but the arm vent zips, chest vent zips and legs all leaked. This led to about 700 miles of being soggy and cold.
Now that that gripe is out of the way, the suit is made out of some really hefty Dupont Cordoura material and comes with CE-rated shoulder, elbow, knee AND back protectors. This is a great selling point for a first suit IMO. The ventilation is fairly adequate, though the lack of leg vents has caused me to have some rather sweat-drenched legs. This along with being rather water resistant in normal use cases, brings me to recommending this as a first bit of gear for someone on a budget.
Myself? I'm going to pick up a cheapish rainsuit, save up for something with a guarantee from Gore, and keep this as backup suit.
It's superior in the following areas:
- water leak - the joe rocket suit let's some water in on the right side at the base of the zipper right at the waist level. this suit has an additional membrane that fills this gap.
- easy to put on: the joe rocket suit sometimes requires one to be a contortionist to put it on. this one is much easier to put on (zipper goes down much lower too)
- neck collar - the joe rocket collar is pretty inexistent. this one covers most of you neck (as needed). this will be handy in rainy situations where the joe rocket would sometimes let a drop or two in from the neck. will come handy for cold days as well as the collar is warm and comfy
- more pockets - pockets everywhere and easily reachable. not always the case with joe rocket's limited 3 pockets
- more room - joe rocket can be very tight at the waist (where it matters :) ). this one is loose enough that you don't feel like you're in a brace.
- thicker as well. which will be beneficial both for insuation and protection (that said, i'll keep wearing the joe rocket suit in the summer)
- overall better looks and better designed. highly recommend for the price.
over 2 years ago
I've been looking for a good one-piece commuter/touring suit for a while now and not being able to run heated gear for the winter is a non-starter.
I'm 6ft 163lb 34 waist (But trying to get back down to 32!) and I bought a large size. It's comfortably big on me and I could comfortably get a fleece jacket on underneath. I wear my suit jacket underneath with no problems on occasions as I use my bike to get between meetings.
I do tend to do the belt up so loosening off that would give you a fair bit of room too.
I think my legs are pretty much the same length as yours and the suit is about an inch off the ground without my boots on.
The medium I suspect might be a shade small for you.
You ride in 40F...are you mad! Then again I live in Australia and can only vouch for this suit down to about 50-60F. It works well. I have never worn more than a fleece and I don't have any memories of being cold! I don't ride particularly long distances (1hr is about my normal max) and I do have heated handgrips which help..My bigger problem is that it gets stinking hot in the bat suit and anything over 80F gets seriously sweaty!
It's a great suit well made and really handy being all in one. If you have to you can squash it up into a single helmet top box - it's just the back protector that doesn't fold too small.
Hope that helps
There isn't any specific heat resistant panels on the inner legs of the suit. It's the same material as the rest of the suit. My bike didn't place me in a position where I would brush a pipe, but I doubt if the material would melt instantly. I wouldn't press my leg against a pipe with these though. Overall it is a great suit for the money.
A little length in the arms and legs won't hurt so depending on the level of layering required i would lean towards the medium. Good luck with your choice and happy riding.