Tourmaster Centurion 1-Piece Suit Review

How great would it be to feel completely protected from not only the weather but the road and have it all come in one package? Well with the Tourmaster Centurion 1-Piece Suit you can have just that.

centurion-frontWaterproof clothing is great for riding because sometimes you just don’t know when the weather is going to change. The Tourmaster Centurion 1-Piece Suit is not only waterproof and breathable, it has multiple waterproof vents throughout to allow great air flow while still keeping you nice and dry. And that includes not allowing any rain to roll down your neck by having a special Aqua Barrier “under the helmet hood” stashed away in the collar.centurion-back

Made to be super durable with a 600 denier Carbolex® shell and 1680 denier Ballistic poly panels located in the shoulders, forearms and knees, this motorcycle riding suit also incorporates removable CE approved armor in the shoulders, elbows and knees with a triple density back protector for added protection. So you stay comfortable and are able to move around easily while riding, there is also Carbolex accordion stretch panels at the back waist and in the knees. And for that added reassurance of increased visibility in darkness or bad weather, Phoslite® dark reflective material has been strategically placed along the back in wide strips and in reflective piping throughout.

Not only is this textile riding suit tough and comfy it has many bonus features to make it even more appealing. Fleece lined collar & cuffs and a removable neck gaiter have been added for more comfort. Large zippered openings make it easy to pull on & off while adjustment tabs located at the waist, sleeves, biceps, forearms and ankles help you get the proper fit for your body. Not to be forgotten there are also several pockets to stash all your stuff.




So if you are in the market for a full riding suit, whether it’s for everyday commuting over your work clothes or for riding in bad weather the Tourmaster Centurion 1-Piece Suit is worth taking a look at. Check it out today at where you can also find other motorcycle gear that you might need to add to your collection.


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