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FS - FieldSheer Radar 1 piece suit - size 42 - June 23, 2008, 10:33 AM

I bought this from MotorcycleCloseouts.com, but it's too small. If anyone wants to help me avoid paying the shipping fee to return it, that'd be great. Looking to get what I paid for it: $475



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June 23, 2008, 10:41 AM

I am 6', 210, wear 34 waist and inseam of 32 roughly.
Their sizing chart shows the 42 about my size.
How big are you?
What didn't fit you?


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Not sure it would fit, but you're more than welcome to try it.

I'm 5'7" 160lbs. Fairly muscular, and it was way too tight in the crotch and tight in the chest.
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Not sure it would fit, but you're more than welcome to try it.

I'm 5'7" 160lbs. Fairly muscular, and it was way too tight in the crotch and tight in the chest.
I have been looking around for reviews and found one where someone 6' 36"waist 46 chest got a 46 1 piece and while a little tight in the crotch was a good fit.
I have been looking for a good 1 piece and this one for the price is everything I have been looking for.
Sorry it won't fit me i fear!

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