Mens Two Piece Motorcycle Rain Suit RS5020 Features
Made of 100% Oxford Nylon
Breathable and Waterproof
Both zipper and hook and loop closure
Mesh Lining for better breathability on the jacket and pants
Reflective stripes on jacket and pants for night time riding
Full length side water proof zippers with hook and loop closure allow for ease of dressing
Two outside waterproof zippered pockets on jacket
1 waterproof pocket on left thigh with flaps
Fixed mesh lining in jacket.
Sealed at the seams to prevent leaks
Jacket sleeve has elastic stretch with zippered hook and loop adjustable closure
Hem of pants has elastic band with zippered, hook & loop adjustable closure
Pants have elastic waist.
The hood easily stows in a hidden collar pocket.
Removable suspenders and leg stirrups
Durable patches on the insides of the legs to protect the suit from hot engine and exhaust temperatures
Size Chart for the Mens Two Piece Motorcycle Rain Suit RS5020
Please use a cloth tape measure and measure the circumference of your chest in inches and add 1 only if the measurement is an odd number to get the next even number and choose from the chart below. Please note the sizes given here are based on the assumption you will be putting this rain suit on top of some heavy clothing like a jacket. Otherwise please go one size down. The pants are adjustable with elastic and drawstring and they fit a wide variety of waist lines.
Mens Two Piece Motorcycle Rain Suit RS5020 Reviews
Comment: This suit feels very durable and worthy of doing what it is suppose to do. I haven't have to use it as of yet but the Spring showers are on the way. I ordered this suit a little big because I can ride pretty much all year long and during the colder months, I want to be prepared if I'm out riding and we get a little moisture in the air. Can't beat the price!
EL PASO TX
Comment: Suit seems to be very well constructed and has several nice features. I like being able to un-zip the pants all the way up the leg, this makes entry very easy. The hood is a little bulky and may take a few trys to keep it out of your eyes when putting on the helmet but once you get the process figured out it is no issue. Also pay attention to sizing when ordering, I am 6'2" 220 lbs and normally wear an XL shirt, based on the size chart I ordered a L and the suit easily fits me plus full leathers.
Great Bang for the Buck
Comment: Suit seems to be very well constructed and has several nice features. I like being able to un-zip the pants all the way up the leg, this makes entry very easy. This rain gear is a bit heavier than what I had before but should hold up better and provide a bit more insulation from the Minnesota Cold!
RS5020 & RS5021 Rain Gear
Comment: I recently purchased the RS5020 Hi-Viz Yelow for me and the RS5021 Hi-Viz Yellow for my wife. The suits were just what we expected. The fit was perfect and the quality was high. I hope we never have to use them, but if we do, we know that will be dry and comfortable.
The RS 5020 and 5021 rain suits are made of a lightweight yet durable
waterproof nylon material and come in two colors, high viz yellow and hi-viz
orange. In addition to the hi-viz coloration, visibility is maximized by the
reflective piping that is located at nearly every seam on this suit. They are
available in mens sizes XS thru 3X and womens sizes S thru 5X and are designed
with a full cut to fit easily over your other protective motorcycle gear. The
features of the mens and ladies versions are the same. The cut and sizing are
different, though, to accommodate the differences in our body shapes.
The jacket features a lightweight nylon zipper with a metal pull tab that is
protected from the elements by this channeled hook and loop flap system.
Honestly, I would have liked to see waterproof zippers here to guaranty that
absolutely no water can get in, but this is still an amazing rain suite for the
money. The collar is very tall on this model which is nice because it will
protect your neck, the collar of your other gear, or your balaclava from the
elements. The collar also features an adjustable pull cord at the rear and hides
the removable stow-away collar that can be worn under your helmet to keep the
rain from running down the back of your jacket. You should know, though, that
this hood is a little on the thick side as a result of the mesh comfort liner,
so it may affect the fit of your helmet. I keep separate helmets for inclement
weather riding, and wear a size larger in the cold months to accommodate
balaclavas and rain gear hoods. Finally, there are two hand warmer pockets on
the front with waterproof zippers, and the sleeves feature adjustable hook and
loop straps and stretch panels for a comfortable fit.
The rain suit pants themselves, have features of a pair that cost as much as
this whole suit. They are made of the same durable nylon as the jacket with the
addition of heat resistant denim panels on the insides of the legs. The waist
features a full circumference stretch band for comfort and these removable
stretchy suspenders make sure your pants stay put. The closure system on these
pants is really unique. It features full length two way zippers that allow the
pants to be easily put on and taken off, but also allows easy access to the
pockets of the pants you are wearing beneath the suit. On the back of the pants,
you can see the non-slip panels that have been added to the rear end. The
bottoms of the cuffs feature removable stirrups that hold the cuffs of the pant
legs down, keeping water from running into your boot.