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Men's Roadcrafter Classic City Jacket

SKU: 363

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$667.00

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Lighter-weight yet strong HT200 Denier Nylon GORE-TEX® fabric with added 500 Denier Cordura® abrasion-resisting areas at the elbow, shoulder and knees to provide increased abrasion resistance. Six removable oversized visco-elastic TF3 impact pads provide additional abrasion and impact protection at the elbow, shoulder and knees, too.

Except for lighter HT200D Nylon replacing the 500D Cordura, all other details and features are the same as the Roadcrafter Classic Two Piece.

Four Jacket/Pant colors: black, grey, hi-viz or tan. Six abrasion area colors: black, grey, hi-viz, blue, red or tan. Women's sizes feature a smaller neck, narrower shoulders, more defined waist and extra hip room. Men's 34 regular, 36-54 short, regular or long. Women's 2-20. Made in USA

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You'll Like This Jacket Review by Scott
I dropped by the Austin pop-up event and got a chance to try on just about everything Aerostich makes. I was custom measured, and had the jacket at my door within ten days.

This is the perfect weight for those of who ride in the warmer climates. It's well vented and comfortable. I wore this for a round trip ride from Houston to Minneapolis (with a side trip to Duluth) at the end of May, with temperatures from the 90s down to the 50s, and had no issues with being too warm or cold. The jacket stood up well to an afternoon or heavy rain and hail in Oklahoma and (in combination with my AD-1 pants) I stayed completely dry.

Great comfort and utility-I'm still finding pockets I didn't know existed. There are even pockets within pockets. The jacket is well made, and while you can find cheaper gear, I doubt you'll find a better value. (Posted on 6/11/14)

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Lightweight Gear: General Protection Considerations

Naturally, you want any crash outcome with as little injury as possible. If your garment is destroyed in the process, fine. Like a spent car airbag or crumplable auto-body sacrifices itself. Many experienced riders feel it's better to have something lighter and more comfortably everyday-wearable, even if it means replacing or repairing the garment after experiencing a significant incident.

Aerostich lightweight gear is intended to provide ‘just enough’ for whatever kind of accident scenario can be reasonably foreseen. So there’s a double-layer seat on all suits and pants, and two layers everywhere else one might apply higher abrasion pressure during a spill. Beneath the elbow/shoulder/knee areas there’s also a curved plastic shell over the energy-absorbing impact material. All ‘light’ Aerostich gear also contain a hidden layer of tougher 500D Cordura, located just behind each armor section.

Still, ‘Lights’ are best for moderate speeds. Personally I am ok with them to about 65 mph, rationalizing I’d probably hit the pavement at less because of braking prior to crashing. For riders who spend a fair amount of time at 70 mph and above, which means a lot of freeway time, we still like 500D Cordura garments better. But also note we’ve received many reports about good outcomes after higher-speed crashes in 'Lights'…and zero reports they performed worse than expected. –Mr. Subjective, 2014

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Photos by Sasha Leland. Read more of his story at aerostich.com/testimonials

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