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This sounded like a sales pitch. This suit doesn't look at all female-shaped. It could be cut a lot closer in the midsection. I'm not impressed.

Jorly
Atlanta, GA
Saturday, March 29, 2014
I thought your review was very informative. I did notice that you reported that the suit kept you cool via the various features, but does it keep you warm on a ride that could turn from warm and sunny to cool and rainy?



Diane
Albany, NY
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Editor Response
Yes, I recall it keeps in a certain amount of heat, but since it's very lightweight material -- as opposed to the heavier rain suits out there -- it's not a pressure cooker in there.
Genevieve Schmitt
I'm finally home! This article told and showed me everything I was wondering about this rain gear set. Specifically about the difference between the two types of pants. Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Leann
Nepa, PA
Monday, March 29, 2010
When I checked out the Tour Master Web site, it didn't give the PS - PL sizes in the size chart (at least not for the Sentinel rainsuit reviewed here). It did list larger sizes for some of the other rainsuits/jackets but wasn't clear if they were unisex sizes or men's sizes. Which takes us back to what 'Chatty Cathy' said about not finding larger sizes for those of us who like to ride but want to be comfortable and covered as well. I'm thankful for any company that will offer the larger sizes but they can be very hard to find.

Thanks for a terrific website, Genevieve! I've been with WRN since it was a 'paper' publication and still have all my old copies.

Joyce
Bristol, VA
Sunday, March 22, 2009
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