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http://www.motorcyclegear.com/street/raingear/all_types/nelson_rigg/

I have bought a few things from these guys, and they have been excellent to work with. Today is slow at he office so i am shopping.
I also got to ride the bike in today. I am thinking of two of these rain suits, at 58 bucks and water proof it seems to be a great buy.

The reviews a have some cautionary comments on the sizing.
Any thoughts?
 

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I prefer two vs one piece. More versatile for my needs and more comfortable when riding. The last one-piece I had I bought one size larger to prevent binding when riding. One-piece suits are a bit more windproof though.
 

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thanks,
I already have a non insulated two piece suit. This just looked like a great deal for a one piece and its insulated.

I have not ridden in any heavy rain yet to really know what I want in a suit. My work commute is about a 100 miles round trip. A step in suit seems to be convenient.
 

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other than my joe rocket ballistic jacket all the others are water proof.my boots are water proofand so are two of the three pairs of over pants i have. the other pair of over pants are vwey water resistant. i have a 2pc rain suit that i wore once during part of my pa, va, md trip last year if anyone wants it pm me your address
 

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forgot to mentiom its a size 2xl
 

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My motor city riding friend is a big boy.:rolleyes:;)
 

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My motor city riding friend is a big boy.:rolleyes:;)
not really just in between sizes. xl jackets fit too tight and 2xl jackets are abit larger than i need
 

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HAHAHA, You say.
 
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