Centurion One-Piece Textile Rain Suit
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Comments about TOUR MASTER Centurion One-Piece Textile Rain Suit:
I have had this suit through the winter of '10-'11. I ride about 15000 miles a year and this suit kept me warm in the cold winter miles. Okay, now for the good. It has a thick shell and it does keep you warm because of its complete one piece design. It has tons of pockets for whatever it is that you need to keep stored and it keeps the water out. I rode the blueridge parkway in november and it kept me completely dry during a pouring rain. I havent used the hood for anything yet but i imagine it will help with more warmth rather than rain. The padding in the suit is good, it fits where its supposed to and for the money, its pretty thick. I am 5'8 and am an amateur professional bicyclist. My built doesnt come with any kind of belly and thats where this suit starts to lack. Most of the suits account for older men riding that eat well so with this suit for me, it poofs out at the stomache a little bit. The neck is an issue as well, the "rain liner" prohibits good head turning and comfortability. Though, the neck wind protector thats built in come in real handy for 30 degree days. This suit is heavy, plan on a good nites sleep before a long trip with this thing on. I rode all nite last november from north carolina to ohio and it wore me out to have something this heavy on my shoulders. It is warm, but for real cold days or nites, plan on having a good base layer. I got smart and got a heated liner and gloves which is absolutely everything you need, definitely worth the money. Overall though, its worth it. Good suit with good liner at an unbeatable price.