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post #1 of 3 Old Sep 29th, 2006, 5:44 pm Thread Starter
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Need UR input

on Olympia riding Gear.

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post #2 of 3 Old Sep 29th, 2006, 8:18 pm
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I love it, but it's not perfect. The liners are truly warm and purdy much wet proof, but the zipper to the jacket on the liner isn't flapped. It lets cold air and, eventually, water in.

The pants are way too short for me. I use my Marsee mesh pants.

The suit is well built, reflective piping and works good. I wouldn't use it in prolonged, multiple day really cold days. But, for the Jackson Hole trip, faced with extreme hot to cool temps, it worked good enough. Mesh when hot, windbreaker under it when cool and liner when kinda cold. It keeps you from hauling two suits around.

Would I buy it again? Prolly not because the pants are too short for my waist size and length (34x34), but the jacket rawks.



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I have used Olympia gel gloves for the past five years, four pairs. Have had a couple others in between but prefer to stick with the Olympia. They do not profess to be waterproof and they aren't but if they get wet in the summer they dry soon enough.

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