The utimate one piece oversuit for the touring / adventure rider . The INFINITY one-piece textile suit combines the most advanced technologies and innovative materials available to encourage motorcycling in the most extreme weather conditions. Outershell 100 Waterproof outer shell Durable abrasion resistant Schoeller 3-layer Dynatec material, which incorporates 3 innovative layers of functionality. Schoeller NanoSphere finish makes it virtually impossible for dirt or water to affix to the material, resulting in a garment that will stay clean and dry under all circumstances. Protection SAS-TEC CE protection on knees, hips, elbows, shoulders and SAS-TEC CE Level 2 Back Protector included Waterproofing REV'IT! Hydralite Pro membrane is laminated between the outer shell fabric and a protective lining and keeps the body dry and comfortable Full-length waterproof front zip contains two-way pullers and can be fully opened to allow an easy instep of the suit. Visibility laminated reflective panels Fit pre-shaped loose fit which is loose enough to be worn over casual clothing or thermal underwear. Adjustability adjustable waistband, draw tabs at the upperandunder arm, Velcro cuff straps, stretch panels at theknee, elbow andback Ventilation direct ventilation system Features electric plug opening for heated vest Pockets 3 waterproof pockets Guarantee 30 day exchange, 1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty, lifetime REV'IT! support Includes TIZIP Zipper Lube The risk free exchange is an offer for the first exchange, for any subsequent exchanges the customer will be responsible for shipping
Somewhat early yet
PostedOctober 7, 2010
Only worn once ... hardly evidence of truth of advertising, however, it was an eye opener. Street clothes? Jeans, dress shirt with a very light sweater was all the unit would allow to be worn. What? I HATE cold an have but 150# to combat it. Rode all day at around 58F and headed home at 50F. Normal heated vest weather ... no way ... came home comfy and safe. Rain? Can't say, but will report later. Great fit ... Warm ... that's it for now.