Motorcycle rain suits are the Rodney Dangerfield’s of the gear bag – they don’t get no respect! Often they're either crammed into the darkest corner of a saddlebag or wadded up in a garage. They’re generally something we begrudgingly buy, but boy what a difference good motorcycle rain gear can make. Riding in the rain already sucks, but if you’re going to have to dig in and push through a storm, being dry makes a world of difference. If you plan on road tripping this summer, more than likely you’re going to get caught out a time or two, so be ready to battle the elements with one of these motorcycle rain suits or rain gear combos.

J&P Cycles Two-Piece Top Quality Rain Suit (Product Number 1500472)

Bet you didn’t know J&P Cycles makes its own rain suit. It’s legit, too, good quality, highly reflective, and affordably priced. What’s really cool about the J&P Cycles Two-Piece Rain Suit is it’s fold-out storage pouch that can be worn like a fanny pack for quick and easy access. If you’re like me, by the time I finally pull over, every second counts, so this is a handy feature.

Bilt Tornado Black Waterproof Rain Suit  (Product Number 550-1983)

The Bilt Tornado Black Waterproof Rain Suit is a snug-fitting one-piece jumpsuit. The cuffs and waist are elasticized to ensure that snug fit. Reflective piping on the chest, arms, back and lower legs boost visibility. When Halloween rolls around, block out the reflective strips, get a mask, and bam, you're Michael Myers.

Nelson-Rigg AS-3000 Aston Hi Visibility 2-piece Rain Suit  (Product Number 713-480)

It’s already hard enough to see us out there. Throw driving rain into the mix and riders can become damn near invisible. A Nelson-Rigg AS-3000 Aston Hi -Visibility 2-Piece Rain Suit will increase your chances of being seen by other motorists ten-fold. In addition to being a hi-viz rain suit, it’s also very well made. The full-length jacket has a hook-and-loop storm flap, three large waterproof outer pockets, and a soft corduroy inner collar with a hood.

Z1R Men's Black Rain Suit  (Product Number 360-3682)

Whereas the Bilt Tornado is body-conforming, the Z1R Black Rain Suit is deliberately cut to fit a little looser so it comfortably slips over your regular riding gear. While style isn’t paramount in a rain suit, the Z1R Rain Suit looks pretty sharp with its button collar, pinstriped piping and full-zip front. A hook-and-loop waterproof storm flap cover will keep water from creeping in at the chest while the pants have ¼-length side zippers and heat-resistant material at the inner knee to protect from sizzling exhaust pipes.

Nelson-Rigg SR-6000 Stormrider Black/Orange Rain Suit (Product Number 220-3528)

The Nelson-Rigg SR-600 Stormrider Black/Orange Rain Suit is another one that rates high in visibility. Like Nelson-Rigg's Aston, it’s a quality suit with a full-length jacket. Riders get the added security of a hook-and-loop storm flap, two large outer pockets with gusset expanders, and 12” zipper gussets in the legs to take the fuss out of slipping the pants on over boots. Best yet, the suit's backed by a two year “No Hassle” manufacturer warranty.

Frogg Toggs Hogg Togg Black Rain Suit with Heat Resistant Leg Liners (Product Number 220-1714)

And the award to catchiest name goes to – Frogg Toggs. Definitely has a ring to it. Kidding aside, the Frogg Toggs Hogg Togg Black Rain Suit is waterproof, breathable, and cut for active use. One of its best features are the new heat-resistant inner leg liners. Frogg Toggs cleverly incorporated the reflective piping into the suit's design that’s current and cool. So cool, in fact, it can double as your B-boy battle suit when it’s time for the big dance off.

Bilt Women's Tempest 2 Black Waterproof Pants (Product Number 550-1992)

While most motorcycle rain gear is universal, Bilt’s Tempest 2 Black Waterproof Pants are built exclusively for women. The pants have a tough outer shell made from 600D material coated with non-removable waterproofing. They also have a removable quilted inner liner for added warmth along with CE-approved armor in the knees.

First Manufacturing Co. Women's Rain Suit (Product Number 590-3347)

First Manufacturing Co. Men's Rain Suit (Product Number 590-3363)

We just started carrying these First Manufacturing Co. Rain Suits for men and women. Made with rip-stop fabric, the two-piece suits feature boot straps, adjustable waists, and plenty of reflectivity, a good thing to have when it's dark and stormy out.

Frogg Toggs Men's Java 2.5 Illuminator Black Rain Jacket (Product Number 160-2386)

Frogg Toggs Men's Java Black Rain Pants (Product Number 160-2400)

You could also piece together your own motorcycle rain suit with a Frogg Toggs Java 2.5 Illuminator Rain Jacket and Java Rain Paints. The Java 2.5 Illuminator Black Rain Jacket is made of high-quality DriPore Gen 2 waterproof fabric. Its seams are fully taped and sealed. Broad reflective strips on the chest will make sure you're seen when it's dark and stormy out. An adjustable hoodie rounds out a well-made, good-looking rain jacket. The pants are made of the same DriPore Gen 2 waterproof fabric, have fully taped and sealed seams, and heat-resistant inner leg liners.

Bilt Men's Tornado Black Waterproof Overboots  (Product Number 550-2089)

Soggy toes are no fun. Unfortunately, some motorcycle boots aren't waterproof. That's when a set of Bilt Men's Tornado Black Waterproof Overboots come in handy. Big zippers on the inside of the overboots allow riders to slip their regular boots in easily. Zip 'em up, strap 'em down, and ride on. They're compact enough to toss in a backpack or saddlebag so you don't get caught out unexpectedly.