In situations where you want to be seen, turn to the Hi-Vis Rain Suit to deliver.
Stay Dry: Waterproof and breathable. Hook-and-loop storm flaps. Fully seam-sealed interior and double seam-sealed shoulders and crotch.
Fit & Mobility: Adjustable sleeve cuffs. Bungee cord and toggle hem. Elastic waist. Stirrups.
Ride Enhancing Features: Zipper front. Bungee cord and toggle hood. Partial zipper with lower leg gusset to fit boots. Heat-resistant shields on lower inner legs. 3M™ Scotchlite™ Reflective Material piping and graphics.
Other Features: Zipper hand-warmer pockets. Label on left hip. Storage bag included.
Materials: 100% nylon. Polyester mesh lining.
Hi-Vis Rain Suit is rated
Rated 5 out of
H-D Rain Suits are the $hit!
I bought my rain suit a couple of years ago and I've never found myself in serious need...lucky I guess. This past summer we took a road trip into Canada just as a storm front settled in over the Great Lakes. The rains were brutal. Every day we got dumped on. This rain suit was terrific. I bought a size large enough to fit over my leather jacket. The front of the jacket zips AND velcros shut all the way to just beneath your neck, keeping out any hint of rain. But better than that, it added a layer of warmth from the cold and wind. I honestly didn't mind riding in the rain as long as I was wearing my rain suit. The pants are long enough that my jeans underneath stayed dry no matter how heavy the rain got. The wide-open legs made getting them on and off pretty quick and easy. The bright orange color made me easy to see for both on-coming traffic and the traffic behind me no matter how cloudy and dark it got or how heavy it rained. I might have had trouble seeing through the rain but I never worried that cars would be able to see me in my bright orange jacket. My rain suit got a true workout during our Great Lakes trip and I have been singing its praises ever since!
Date published: 2017-09-20
Rated 4 out of
Women's Rain Suit
Kept me dry in a down pour in heavy weekend traffic(rain and road spray). I liked the high visibility of the jacket and the orange strip on the pants also. Only critism is the very bottom velcro kept coming undone. I would recommend a longer wider strip in that spot. And maybe a reinforced seat like on the men's rain gear I saw the others wearing.
Date published: 2017-06-26
Rated 1 out of
Now I have to edit my review
The rainsuit is junk! There are others available that will do a better job of keeping a body dry.
Date published: 2016-09-29
Rated 1 out of
Might as well rode naked
Written on behalf of my BSR (Back-Seat Rider):
Rode from Ann Arbor MI to Morgantown WV in light to moderate showers, with temps in the low 70's. Might as well rode naked! Was soaked through by the time we got to Akron, OH.
Suit is great for Hi-Vis, but lousy for rain protection.
Cabela's has a more protective rainsuit at 1/3 the price. Gonna get me one!
Date published: 2016-09-28