When compared to the competition, our Odyssey suit offers unmatched levels of quality, venting and waterproof protection. It’s 500 and 2000 Denier Cordura® shell and seam sealed waterproof / breathable membrane enhance it’s function while four exterior pockets keep your personal gear safe and dry. As temperatures heat up, you’ll cool down by utilizing Odyssey’s exclusive AVS shoulder to forearm and torso venting system. This system offers special water-tight zippers that when open, create major airflow directly to a rider’s body. Standing, boot on entry is a breeze due to a heavy duty front zipper that runs from the torso to the knee and side leg zippers that extend from the waistband to the bottom hem.
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Solid suit, especially for the price.
By Greg SV650
from Houston, TX
Comments about Olympia Moto Sports Odyssey Vent Tech Suit:
I waited until I had a few hundred miles on this suit before I wrote the review. Here are my thoughts. The good: Very high build quality. Everything is nicely stitched, very high quality worksmanship. It is pretty hefty for being a textile suit, and it's because all the fabrics are the real deal. I was thoroughly impressed. The knee and elbow pad adjustment works exactly as designed and really helps dial in the fit. I'm a bit chunky and found that the suit fit great with just a few tweaks in the knees, I didn't have to mess with the elbows at all. I did take it to a tailor to have the legs shortened and the easy-hem bottoms on the legs make it a pretty fast and inexpensive job ($40) at my local tailor. The vents work well but it's a dark suit, so heat tends to build up rapidly during low speed riding and especially in stop-and-go commuting in temperatures above 70 degrees. I would not advise this suit for summer riding. Olympia makes a mesh jacket that I'm going to try this summer. It does give a lot of confidence, though, having the knee protectors, elbow pads, and full back protector. I found it genuinely comfortable to ride on my SV650 with the suit in everyday riding. I would imagine on a larger bike with a more upright riding position it would be even better. There are pockets everywhere on this thing. If it weren't for the laptop I take back and forth to work, I wouldn't need a pack of any variety to do daily riding because there are so many pockets. The waterproof ones on the thighs are especially nice for wallets and keys. I keep my sunglasses in the chest pocket and it works perfectly for that purpose. Where the suit really shines is in cool weather. It's not insulated so there's just enough wind protection to keep you comfortable. I've ridden with it in temps down to 38 degrees and been quite comfortable at 70mph with just jeans and a shirt under the suit.I haven't ridden with it through heavy rain, just a few sprinkles, so I can't comment on how rain-resistant it is. There are few negatives. There are miles of velcro, which work great for their purpose, but opening and closing the vents and the big leg zippers gets to be a chore if you have to close up the velcro panels over them to stay dry in the rain. Also, the liner is a very fine-weave nylon which has a tendency to stick to skin if you're sweating a little in warm weather, which can be uncomfortable for some folks. Overall, great value for the money and I look forward to putting a lot of miles on my bike and on this suit.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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