As far as comfort and adjustability goes, I was impressed that I could arrive at camp and set up while forgetting that I was still wearing motorbike gear. The pants have waist straps and Velcro closures at the calves, and the jacket offers adjustment straps at the waist, biceps, wrists, and forearms. The straps that line the vents along the arms have multiple cinching options to tighten separately with or without the vents open, so a hot day doesn't have to compromise your customization. Also, the built-in kidney belt makes sure everything fits snug and stays in place. But while the wrists let you tighten them down to try to keep out water, they oddly don't open wide enough, which makes it difficult to fit gloves under the sleeves. Consequently, it's even more difficult to keep water out of your gloves. The collar was also a bit uncomfortable when fully zipped and dug into my neck, so I rarely zipped the jacket up fully unless I had to in bad weather. Additionally, the Velcro at the calves never fit quite right around the armor of my boots, requiring the entire 1.5 inches of adjustment, and sometimes it would fly open while I was riding.