I was long overdue to replace my cheapie, marginal and too small for me Cambodia rain gear suit with something decent!! So, I now have a set (jackets & pants) of the RS Taichi Rainbuster, having just done a R/T bus trip to Paddock, in BKK Price 3500-Bt, less 300-Bt discount. You must always ask (push) for a discount at Paddock! I was reluctant to buy rain gear online. Prices may be good, but I was concerned about the fit. My measurements are 182cm, 77kg (6', 170#, 32" waist), yes lanky, but also known as skinny! I've had an XL sized RS Thaichi armored jacket for years, and I use it's waist and other adjustments to best fit my body. A perfectly sized jacket for me would be somewhere between an L and an XL. The XL RS Taichi Rainbuster top easily fits over my XL jacket and would likely be fine on other similarly sized jackets. The elastic waistband, in both the jacket and pants, keeps the bottom of the jacket and top of the pants snug against my body. Velcro adjustments keep the jacket collar tight against your neck, and arms against your wrist. The pant legs are about 5" longer than your leg length (good) and bottom of pant legs have a velcro fasteners to tighten them against your boots [but no under the boot strap]. The legs are billowy enough to allow wearing my knee armor underneath; something I checked that when I returned home. Things I don't like about the jacket, is that Paddock stocks the Rainbuster only in black or red, although Thaichi also makes it in yellow. I got a red one, but would prefer yellow as it's far more visible both during the day and night. The pants are lined with a web-like cloth which likely will tear easily when putting your boots through the legs. I'd prefer the pant legs had short side zippers with velcro covers which would ease dressing with your riding boots. This feature is often found on more expensive rain gear.