Joe Rocket Survivor One-Piece Suit

Black/Hi-Viz Neon
Black/Hi-Viz Neon

$359.99 - $373.49
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Item #JOE004H

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diegoru
Not meant to keep you dry

don't recommend this suit to any person who may want to acquire it for waterproof purposes nor to use it on hot climates. That is why I said "not meant to keep you dry", as you either damp due to rain, or due to you own sweat.

The suit comes with a removable inner coat meat for cold climates, nevertheless without it you would still be overheated even after opening the available vents to cool you up a bit. You need to keep on driving or find a shadow in order for you to withstand the temperature, because it gets HOT inside.

Moreover, what makes this suit "waterproof" is not the backpack-material like it is made of on the outside, Which is bad as it is not water repellent, so it actually absorbes water adding even more weight to the suit.

It is the inner layer of this suit that is supposed not let the water in. But, it is a bad quality membrane, and after a couple of months of wearing it out, the membrane will start fissuring, and you will start scratching your head about how to seal it again.

I recommend you strong silicon sealers If you already have one and yours already yielded to the daily usage and the water flow. But beware!! this would be an endless task as you will always find new leaks, so you better go for the silicon sealer packs.

snowboardchick Verified Purchaser
Portland, OR, USA
Overall really great suit

Got this for a family member and this is what he said, 'This is a very solidly built suit that keeps me warm down to about 42°, with little else on. I imagine you could go far lower than that if you had a couple layers on beneath. The pockets have a separate waterproof liner, and don't hold quite as much as the picture would indicate. I'm 6 feet tall and 175 pounds… And the large fits me correctly. 10 pounds less, and I would need a medium. The suit is really easy to get off, and sort of easy to get on. Overall, it's more comfortable than a jacket/pants combo with adjustable snaps and Velcro all over. The only improvement I would recommend is adding hip pads, and more coverage around the neck.'

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Browney
Location: Ca
Q: How do I pick a size?
Over 3 years ago
If I use the sizing chart, it gives me a size ex;48. But when I use the pull-down to select a size it is in s,m,l,xl,xxl, etc. How do I convert from a 48 to one of the sizes shown on the pull-down?
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
Over 3 years ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: The sizing chart has been updated and you can find the alpha sizing for suits near the bottom of the sizing chart.
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