Firstgear Thermo One-Piece Rain Suit

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$199.95

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Skrip Verified Purchaser
Western Kentucky, LBL area
Comfort 5/5 Durability 5/5 Performance 5/5 Sizing - true to size? 5/5 Style 5/5
Pretty dang warm

I bought this for my son for atv-ing he's been out the last couple of days in the rain. " pretty ----- warm dad, thanks "
I guess that says it all....

Gene Verified Purchaser
Eufaula, Alabama
Comfort 5/5 Durability 5/5 Performance 5/5 Sizing - true to size? 4/5 Style 5/5
Warm at 30 degrees!

First time I've ridden in 30 degree weather. I usually shut down at anything below 50. Comfortable to wear all day on the bike. Wish l had this suit long ago. Love it!

Jwest Top 500 Contributor
Big Flats, NY, USA
Comfort 5/5 Durability 5/5 Performance 5/5 Sizing - true to size? 5/5 Style 5/5
Great suit

Just got in first ride of the year,45 degrees out,t shirt and sweat shirt underneath,driving down highway at 75 for about 20+ miles and never felt any cold,highly recommend this if you drive in cooler weather,im 5'5" 135 lbs and the medium fits perfect,looks huge when not on but fits perfect,legs unzip to top of leg for easy leg with boot on,

Harleyrider08
California city, Ca.
Comfort 4/5 Durability 4/5 Performance 4/5 Sizing - true to size? 4/5 Style 3/5
Good buy

Nice suit works well, need to add a longer straps for around boot area, hard to get velcro around boot area closed so get a little cold air coming up the leg. Same for neck area needs longer closure strap so ya dont choke yourself. overall its a great buy.

JBC1 Verified Purchaser
Washington DC
Comfort 5/5 Durability 4/5 Performance 5/5 Sizing - true to size? 4/5 Style 3/5
Works For Girls

This suit kept me warm and dry on a 2500 mile trip with temps as low as 35 at high speeds. We also spent some time riding in some strong steady rain. I'm 5'2" 120lbs and the small worked fine for me with only stretch pants, tee, and sweatshirt underneath. It was still a little large - if it came in xs I would have bought that, but it was ok and there would be room for more layers if riding in lower temps. I was impressed that it was truly waterproof. My boyfriend has a dfferent suit, and he got wet inside his, but I was completely dry.

2Wheeler
Marshall County, AL
Great Suit

I received the suit today and I know it will be great for cold weather. Today is in the 60s here in AL, but I tried it out for a short motorcycle ride. I can tell it will do the job. To be honest, the color is not exactly what I expected. To me, it looks more like a black and light olive green rather than black and grey, but the color is OK, just not a true grey like I expected. It's a great value and I know it will give me some great service. I'm looking forward to trying it out on a colder day.

JJack7
Brookhaven, MS
Almost Perfect one-piece

I really like this suit. I rode 30 miles to work with it this morning at 33 degrees with nothing under it but jeans and a long sleeve shirt and was comfortable. A say nearly perfect because it has no armor at all. I would like to have the option to at least add armor in the obvious places.

kingpinrider
Sierra Vista, AZ
Comfort 5/5 Durability 5/5 Performance 5/5 Sizing - true to size? 5/5 Style 5/5
Should have purchased a couple years ago.

This is the best COLD WEATHER suit I think that can be purchased. I live southeast Arizona and it does get cold at night and into morning. Leaving for work at 5am and riding 45mins-1 hour in high 20 degree to low 30 degree, I feel nothing of the cold, very comfortable suit. For the price you can't go wrong.

Justcause
killeen, Tx
Comfort 5/5 Durability 5/5 Performance 5/5 Sizing - true to size? 5/5 Style 4/5
Worth the Money

This Thermo Suit is a great winter suit. I have used it for two years now and once the weather drops below 35 I am using it. It’s so warm in that temp I wear just a T-shirt and jeans under it. I have taken it out in 16 degrees with no fear of the cold. The only thing that I don’t like much is you don’t have much traction in the saddle because of the nylon. If you ride a sports bike you won’t get many cool points nor will you have the Armor you are use to, but you will be warm. I live in Texas and I don’t like the cold but this suit allows me to enjoy my bike all year around.

ZrexMark
Kingston, TN
Almost a rain suit

I primarily bought this suit for protection from the cold and the occasional rain shower. I have worn it in temperatures down to 12 degrees F with just a sweatshirt and lined jeans underneath and it works great. Until today I had only experienced some light rain and always arrived at my destination warm and dry. But this afternoon I had a steady HARD rain for my 30 mile ride home from work. The suit failed the test. By the time I got home the suit (along with my jeans) was soaked through in the lap and seat. Also the inside of the elbows were starting to get soaked. I would still recommend this suit for cold weather but carry a rain suit if it looks like a long ride in a heavy downpour.

IronMaiden
Georgia
Great cold weather suit

Thanks to everyone for your reviews - it was the reason I bought this suit and so glad that I did!

Sizing review:
I am 5'3 125 lbs and bought a small. It fits great with room for a armored jacket underneath. My husband is 5'11 204 lbs and I ordered him a Large. Another great fit. A XL would have definitely been too big.

For the record:
I am very (repeat very) cold natured. 70 degree calls for a long sleeve shirt and possibly a jacket depending on where we are going and for how long. My husband is just the opposite, so as we suit up I am thinking "only one of us will like this." I will either be cold and he will be fine, or he is going to burn up and I will be fine.

It is a heavy overcast and dreary 41 degree day. We are on a mission - to see if these suits work. Off we go to the main road to pick up some speed. At 65mph I am shocked - I am not freezing. In fact, I am very comfortable.

My husbands was on his bike so I asked if he was hot (we have the BlueAnt Interphones) and he was comfortable. We road for about 30 minutes and the only thing cold on either of us were our hands. He never got hot and I never got cold.

The suit have side zippers and velcro down the legs making putting it on (and pulling off) with harness boots easy. There is extra length in the legs and arm (on both the small and large), but with the velcro around the wrist and ankles, it worked well. The torso has velcro straps on each side to allow you to tighten (or loosen) around waist.

The are two front pockets on the thigh - great for putting items you need without having to unzip the suit.

My wish list:
I am disappointed that the outer material will "melt" if it touches a hot pipe. It is pointed out in the information that comes with the suit (which I read prior to my ride). My husband and I both ride a Harley - warm engines and hot pipes are part of the package. I am having a seamstress sew suede on the inside legs (like most rain gear has) to prevent any possible melting.

Overall - WORTH THE PRICE! I am browsing for new gloves and then buying another one for our son.

AErathi
Leesburg VA
Solid Cold Weather Suit

I just got this suit and have not been disappointed so far. Went out for a ride this afternoon in 31 degree weather with 30 mph wind gusts and just jeans and a long sleeved shirt on underneath, and I was fine. The only part of me that got chilly was my hands, and that just says I need new gloves.

As others have pointed out, the lack of armor is kind of a downside, but its easy enough to buy some to fit under the suit. I've got a pair of leg guards that work great, but I'll need to pick up some armor/back protection.

As far as sizing goes, I'm 6'3" and 225lbs and was a bit worried when I first pulled the XL suit out of the box and looked at it. But it actually fits pretty well. Although the legs/arms are just slightly on the long side, the torso fits fine. I think a L would have been too small, and anything larger definitely would have been too much.

mantislee
Greenbelt, MD
Who needs heated gear?

I lucked out and got this suit on one of motosport's deal of the day sales. Basically 1/2 price. I actually had and electric vest and pants in my cart and was trying to convince myself they would be worth the money, when I decided to see what other winter gear motosport had to offer.

I too was expecting this to be an ok suit to extend my riding season a little, but not much. Well it has done that and more. Before this suit,I could go down to about 30 with multiple layers (PITA) and a strong will to ride. With this suit, I can ride down to 19 degrees with only work clothes underneath and I can just start to notice that it's a little cool. The only downside for me is when I have to take off the suit off and switch to my winter jacket. Those couple of minutes with no suit and no jacket are pretty chilly!

The only improvement I am going to make for this winter is to add after market knee, elbow, and back padding. This suit is unpadded so expect some serious brusing if you are not wearing a padded jacket underneath and you crash. You may get a split second before the material burns through to your skin, but not much. The pads are relatively cheap and can just be velcroed into this suit.

Great product, excellent deal Buy it, even if its not a moto deal of the day, If I had to buy a new one at full price, I would do it in a heartbeat.

yearroundrider
Monmouth, Or
Try it you'l like it

If it's not frozen I ride. Have been looking for a good wet/cold suit under $300 and until now was unable to find one. I bought this one expecting something so/so until I could afford a good one. Well I'v stopped looking. Warm, comfortable, waterproof, easy on/off, just could not ask for anything better.

nukes2
North Carolina
Great Purchase

Southern states rider, Provides excellent cold and wet weather protection. ex. 30 degrees, (no fairings on the bike), jeans and sweatshirt, is more than enough to stay plenty warm. Suit sizing is a little difficult for the female rider. MotoSport referred me to FirstGear for more precise help. FirstGear's sizing chart seems to run to the smaller size. Suggest ordering one size up or be prepared for the return and reorder experience. But, MotoSport made that part absolutely painless as well. Very fast shipping, very pleased with that aspect of this transaction. Overall great suit, you will not regret the buy. Could use some armor. But for the price you will not beat it.

MotorcyclingAmerica
Placerville, CA
One Great Suit

First of all Motosport Rocks! I got my suit 2 days after ordering it. It arrived on one of the coldest days of the year. The temparature was in the low 20's but dry, so I decided to give the suit a workout. I rode my bike to work with just my standard work clothes underneath. I was perfectly comfortable the entire trip. The suit is well made with water proof pockets and it fit me perfectly. If you ride in cold weather, you need this suit!

allthejerretts
Cold weather must

I got this after christmas. Its great, I ride in 45 degree weather on the way to work and when i get off at 6 A.M. at its 28-35 degrees. The coldest its been is 17 and its great. I got the XXL, I may should of got a size bigger, a little short on the end seem, but i got some big boots to make up for it.

rebus20
Georgia
Great suit

I have been using this suit for winter this year. I havent broke out my heated gear so far as it hasnt been necessary. I have had days into the 30s and have been fine, a sweat shirt makes things a little warmer at those temps. The only draw back is no amour but the suit is great for winter riding.

Ezmonee
Bryant, AR
Great Purchase

I decided this year to ride my bike all winter long so I bought this suit. I was not expecting it to work as well as it does. I have ridden in 29 degree weather on the interstate and stayed warm. This suit works well in cold weather.

Benji
Kirkland, WA
Nice Suit

I really like how the suit works but watch sizing, I was recommended a XL for my height and weight and I could have easily gone with a L but still works great. Keeps me dry and warm on those droomy seattle days.

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corvo1691
Location: Georgia, USA
Q: I am 5'11" and 210lbs 30" inseam. What size would you suggest?
1 year 4 months ago
MotoSportExpert
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 4 months ago
A: To find the best fit please see the sizing chart tab to match your measurements. Also, feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.

http://firstgear-usa.com/size-chart-overall
danoknows
1 year 1 month ago Location: Colorado, USA
A: large
Cold
Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
Q: Is this suit heated? If so! Battery or 12 volt system?
1 year 4 months ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 4 months ago
A: No the Firstgear Thermo One-Piece Rain Suit is not heated.
Joe24
Q: I'm 6", 180 lbs, would I need a medium or large?
Over 7 years ago
moto75
Top 25 Contributor
Over 7 years ago Location: Cahttanooga tenn.
A: probably large
Jwest
Top 500 Contributor Top 1000 Contributor
Over 3 years ago Location: Big Flats, NY, USA
A: Im 5'5" 135 lbs and med fits me,i would suggest large for you
Nanzo
Location: Corning, CA
Q: What size for a woman?
Over 8 years ago
I am 5'10" and weigh 144 lbs. I would like to wear this over clothes and a thin mesh riding jacket with armor. What size would work for me? I did not see a sizing chart.
harleydave
Expert MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago
A: The Firstgear chart says someone 5'10" between 137-161 lbs would need a Medium.
danoknows
1 year 1 month ago Location: Colorado, USA
A: My wife is your size and a medium was perfect
KJBright
Location: Midlothian, VA
Q: Recommended Size?
Over 8 years ago
I'm 6'3", 200#, 34" inseam. What would the recommended size be for this item? I tried looking it up on Firstgear's website, but all they have are jacket and pant size, but not suits -- or at least I couldn't find them. Thanks.
harleydave
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: At 6'3" and 200lbs. you would want an XL. They don't list the inseam length.
danoknows
1 year 1 month ago Location: Colorado, USA
A: extra large
Panky
Location: Washington
Q: What size should I get?
Over 8 years ago
I am 6'5" and weigh about 256lbs. Th eFirst gear site states a XXL but I tried to fit in a local shops xl and there was no way
Panky
Over 8 years ago Location: Washington
A: Well to answer my own question. I ordered a 3xl and its to big so I have to return it and get a 2xl.
harleydave
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: There site does advise a XXL. Give us a call with any sizing questions.
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