#120 Grey/Black

Double click on above image to view full picture

Zoom Out
Zoom In

Men's Roadcrafter Classic One Piece Suit

133 Review(s)
SKU: 120

Availability: In stock


Share Your Review

Share your comments and experience with Aerostich products. Please login (click here) to the Aerostich web site (logging-in is required to post a review). All reviews are screened before posting.

If you have comments about product selections, pricing, ordering, delivery, business policies or other customer service issues, please do not use a product review. Instead, directly for a resolution.

Customer Reviews (133)

Items 31 to 40 of 133 total

per page
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. ...
  8. 14
Should have bought it years agoReview by Chris
Received about 2 weeks ago my 1 piece RC. While it took some time to figure out the correct sizing, as I am living in Belgium (Europe), and I wanted to avoid sending up and down the suit for the necessary alterations, I can only say, now after having used it for about 2 weeks and over 2000kms, I should have bought this years ago.

During the purchase process, the very professional assistance in getting the size and alterations right, made that I received immediately a perfect fit suit. For me it means that I now can use the bike daily again, even during days I have to visit multiple customer, as opposed to a couple of times a month.

I don't succeed in putting it on and off in 10 seconds as stated in the publicity, but less than 20 seconds later, I am in normal dress walking to the reception desk of the customer in normal clothing. Great gear. Despite the fact that shipping costs, import taxes and VAT make that the suit becomes pretty expensive (a couple of 100 dollars more expensive than the price of the suit) for getting it into Europe, it is worth every cent. Super quality. (Posted on 3/1/12)
20 years and counting....Review by Dogboy
Bought my 1-piece 20 YEARS AGO!!!!! and have probably ridden 150K in it. The suit is phenomenal, with out so much as a zipper failure. After 20 years its a little road worn, but then again, so am I. I dread the day I replace it. When I do, it will be buried with full military honors and I will replace it with the exact same suit. Thanks for a great product! (Posted on 2/26/12)
20 years and counting...Review by Dogboy
I bought my one piece in 1992, 20 years ago!!! Ive probably ridden at least a 150K in that time and the suit has never been anything but great. It's a little road worn but then again, so am I. I dread the day I replace it, but I'd do it all over again in a heart beat. Thanks for a uber great suit :) (Posted on 2/26/12)
Example of American QualityReview by Thomas
This suit is fantastic. After messing around with several cheaper jacket/pant combinations, I finally ordered 'the suit.' I had to wait 2 agonizing weeks for my size to be made, but I am very satisfied with the final product. The fit is perfect even with the optional armor installed. One can see how this jacket was designed from the beginning for the motorcyclist.

My first day out was in a torrential downpour (approximately 30 min in the Seattle rain) and I was dry at the end. The newer 2011 waterproof zippers appear to work. This suit makes me look forward to riding even more.

Overall, the suit is well worth the price and you will never understand until you own one.
(Posted on 2/18/12)
Best thing since sliced breadReview by TINK
About time I chime in here... I purchased my Roadcrafter one piece suit back in 1992, yes, 20 years ago. I wear it daily to commute and on weekend romps. Only had the suite in for repairs (zippers) once in 20 years. I've never had to "crash test" my suite, but I'm sure it will protect me should I ever need it to. To say my Roadcrafter was a good investment would be an under statement. TINK photosbytink.com (Posted on 2/9/12)
The Aerostitch Roadcrafter: 10 years and counting Review by TheYellowRanger
On my blog, I just wrote up a long term review of the roadcrafter after 10 years of use:

http://nowheelieshere.blogspot.com/2012/01/aerostitch-roadcrafter-10-years-and.html (Posted on 1/10/12)
Suit for all SeasonsReview by Peter
I rode to work this morning it was 16 degrees F according to the FJR thermometer. I had added a layer, a fleece jacket and FirstGear heated gloves. The only difference between today and July in the 90’s is in July the vents are open, no fleece and lightweight gloves. This is an amazing suit, fits like a glove. I got mine in the fall of 2010, and have been through most weather in it. I found another pocket after almost a year of using it, there are probably more to find. I have the clear velcro forearm pocket that I use for notes and shopping lists. Walking through the supermarket I was consulting the list, a Dad with a young son remarked “Wow, Cool”
The reflective panels do a great job of lighting up at a distance and getting you noticed. The comments I’ve received show that someone who has made the investment in the suit and themselves definitely “knows where his towel is!” (Hitch Hikers Guide to the Galaxy). I think the Men in Black had the right phrase “Let’s Put it on, the last suit you’ll ever wear.”
The workmanship is fist class and great value. Thanks for a great piece of gear.

Peter Blacklin Columbia MD.
(Posted on 1/5/12)
Sizing is hardReview by Thierry
At the moment, I can't use my suit because I had to send it back to AEROSTICH. The size I ordered, after using the sizing tool is not the right one, the suit is too small.

Quality, design are very good. When I'll get the right size I'II certainly give a good feed back...

Thierry (Posted on 12/11/11)
Outstanding - 3 mos reviewReview by Veloz
I've had this suit for about 3 months now and am overall extremely pleased with it, and would 100% recommend it to anyone.

Quality is outstanding
Great protection from the elements
Good padding
Pocket engineering is great (folder over pokcet tops keep elements out and your stuff from fall out.
Easy to get on and off (with a little practice)
Neck collar can be fully closed with no discomfort (soft lining on the neck is great)
Able to run gerbing electric cables out of the side vent with no noticeable issues

Fit could be improved if the company offered half-sizes. They can make quite a few alterations, but if you fall between sizes you either have to adapt to a product that's a bit too big or a bit too small. In my case I needed the torso to be a bit taller and the width of the arms and legs to bit a bit wider, leaving the rest of the dimensions the same. This was not possible without going up to the next whole suit size which which just too big. As it is, I went with the smaller size and am mindful about not wearing bulky clothing.

Areas of Improvement
-I would like to see the side vents zip from top to down instead of the current way (down to up) I run the cables from my heated clothing out through the side vent (so I can plug them in to the bike) and with the zipper going from down to up, this means my cables are sort of held into place by the force of the zipper at the top of the vent. I'm afraid that across time this downward pressure on the zipper is going to cause it to unzip or weaken the zipper. If the zipper went from top to down, the cables would be resting at the bottom of the vent opening and would not be putting any pressure on the zipper.

-I would like to see velcro on the collar tabs so when you don't need the collar up (ie in warmer weather) you can velcro it "open" and not have it in the way. You can manually roll it back now but I have to do that every time I put on the suit (it seems to work its way back up again after taking off and putting on the suit)

- I would like to see a better way to tuck in the top zipper pull when the suit is completely zipped up. It's a little bit in the way when you try to pull the upper part of the suit across to the other side in order to engage the velcro and fully close the suit.

- There need to be vents in the leg area , preferably the lower leg area. With the knee pads in place, a lot of heat gets trapped into the legs and there's no air movement down there. This time of year (fall/early winter) this is a good thing. It wont be so good when the temps soar this summer.

- The higher end hips pads only come in one size - large, and for us smaller guys (I'm 5'5) these are way too tall. When on the bike, they poke into my ribs. Aerostitch doesn't offer any alternative here. This is not a problem with the suit, but does lessen your overall ability to get a whole suit-package (pads and all) from one vendor (Aerostitch)

- Would like some more velcro strips sewed into other areas of the suit. There are currently strips sewed onto the left leg (apparently for the map holder) and I LOVE these (I velcro on my temp-controller for my heated clothes here) but there are some other things I'd like to veclro on to the suit, if there were just a few more velcro strips here and there that would be great (suggest somewhere on the torso)

- All these improvements are minor and in no way would deter me from buying this suit again.

Riding experiences:

I live in NC and have not yet had the chance to ride in really hot temps (got the suit in fall) but have ridden it up to 85 with no problem. The vents work better than expected. I love that most of the vents can be opened whle sitting on the bike (don't have to take the suit off). Of course, this is not possible with the back vent.

The truth is that I like this suit so well I will probably just suffer through the hotter temps next summer. I don't really want to ride without it now. I would say it's an outstanding suit for at least 9 months of the year down here, and I'm hoping to make it work the other 3 months (July, Aug, Sep, when it's really hot)

Recently I took a trip to Michigan and back. I had little choice but to drive back through some pretty nasty weather. It was in the 30's, raining and super windy, for two days straight. The suit kept me dry (even in the crotch, even though some people say they have had moisture enter there) and with the wind stopping abilities of the suit, my inner heated gear was able to keep me toasty the whole way.

I wear this suit every time I'm on the bike and regularly to the gym (my bike is my main source of transportation unless the weather completely disallows it) and I have learned to fold the suit and two and put it into the bottom of a locker. No problems there.

I can't say enough good things about this suit and count it among the best money I have spent on gear.
(Posted on 12/4/11)
Roadcrafter in the NetherlandsReview by Jeroen
Got it a few months ago. I was quite worried about the sizing. But with great help on the phone "what is your European size suit that fits you well", plus some others details was all that was needed to get a perfect fit. Amazing!
Easy to get on and off. Didn´t ride in lots of rain, but am quite happy even in cooler temperatures with my heated Gerbing gear underneath. (Posted on 12/1/11)

Items 31 to 40 of 133 total

per page
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  6. 6
  7. ...
  8. 14