REV'IT! Pacific H20 Rain Suit
- Constructed of 100% waterproof, breathable PVC-free PWR Oxford with PU coating
- Non-stick interior lining
- Microfleece lined comfort collar
- Elastic at the waist
- Front zipper is diagonal and extra-long for easy entry
- Wide leg opening accommodates a range of boot styles
- Adjustment tabs at upper arms, sleeve cuffs and ankles
- Reflective panels on the shoulders and lower legs; reflective logo on the chest and back
- Stash pocket on the upper left leg
- Includes transport bag
- EN343 certified
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Order the size you normally wear in men’s clothing. The suit is sized to fit over typical riding gear.
Our Two Cents
The Pacific H2O rain suit is made for those that want to pack a one peice suit in a small space for easy use. The material used in this suit is thin but strong and packs in a small carry pouch for easy storage. It can be quickly rolled up like a burrito and re-inserted in the pouch after use. One nice thing I like about the construction of this suit is how far the zipper goes down past the crotch and even part way down the leg. With a one piece suit, this is nice because it makes it a lot easier to step in and out of and to wriggle your shoulders into the upper body. If a suit has a zipper going only to the crotch, it makes it more difficult and puts more stress on the zipper as you struggle. Speaking of struggle, this suit is advertised as “non-stick” on the interior. I haven’t tried it first hand, but anything that can help a light weight suit like this slip on easily is welcome… especially if you are already a bit wet (which makes fabric stick more). Also, since the crotch area is prone to leakage, there is a gaiter built into the suit in the lap area so that water that might pool in your lap doesn’t get past the zipper and flap arrangement. The suit adjusts with the usual Velcro fasteners at the sleeve ends and leg cuffs. The legs have a wide opening for pulling over shoes/boots. The reflective areas on the suit lit up well in our nighttime shots; check out our feature photos by taking the View Larger Images link above. You’ll have to give us a little leeway on our product photos; we were having a little trouble with our lighting and these fluorescent colors are difficult to shoot just right. Paul: 2/28/13