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I have had my suit for o... Review by Stephen Atkinson
I have had my suit for over a month and love it. I thought about it a long time and looked at cheaper alternatives but they didn't fit well and were a pain to get on and off. In this case you get what you pay for.

I am commuting almost full time, 65 mile round trip. I don't know how I did it before. No more changing clothes and the Aerostich requires at least one less layer than my lined leather in cold weather.

Last week was typical MD spring weather. It was 38 degrees for my Friday morning commute and I was comfortable with jeans, sweatshirt and light fleece.

On Monday afternoon it was 93 degrees. I was comfortable with khakis and a tshirt. You can't beat that for all season.

The sizing was right on. I am 6'1 200 lbs, athletic build and am fairly hard to fit. The 46R fits perfect.

Do be patient though. When I tried it on it felt tight through the arms and shoulders.

I told my wife I liked it but was probably going to have to return it. After a day or two and especially after riding it was broken in. It was actually the armor I was feeling and it loosened up. (Posted on 5/18/09)
Have had my Roadcrafter f... Review by frank mansfield
Have had my Roadcrafter for about 5 months now. Have
ridden in hard rains, to and from work and not getting wet.(15 miles a trip) The details that the suit has are awesome. A little tricking at first to put on and zip up, however a little practice and it is very simple to master.
In the summer months its a little warm, open the vents and keep moving. More enjoyable in the cool months. After reading about craig wheeler I got bought a Roadcrafter also. The two reasons I where my Roadcrafter, for my loving wife and 6 year old son. (Posted on 4/25/09)
Have owned my 2 piece sui... Review by Charles Babcock
Have owned my 2 piece suit for over 10 years. No failures. Blue with black trim, chosen to match my r1100rsa. Amazing piece of kit, superbly designed. As everyone notes, as long as you are moving, you can be comfortable in any temp. If/when I replace, I'll go with the one piece. I went with the 2 piece for flexibility, but find I NEVER take them apart. Thought I would use the pants with suspenders with a jacket, but never do that, and eventually bought a pair of BMW Summer II pants for the purpose. In addition, I don't like the extra bulkiness around the waist area. Will also go black/black. The blue look great on the bike, but looks like a snowmobile suit off. If you are tall in the torso like me 6'0" with a 32 inch inseam, you will need the ellipse or the suit will pull on your shoulders. I was a jeans and leather jacket guy before the suit, now that combo feels naked. A must have. Costly, for good reason. (Posted on 3/25/09)
I crashed a 1-piece Roadc... Review by Adam Wade
I crashed a 1-piece Roadcrafter in hi-viz yellow on grooved concrete at 80 mph. The suit had already been lightly crashed a few times, and had a few small holes and abrasions here and there. The suit let me get up and walk away without a scratch. And the hi-viz yellow works; in fairly heavy traffic on a 10-lane freeway, people a quarter of a mile back saw me fall off. When I finally slid to a halt, I looked back and saw the entire freeway had stopped dead. The nearest car was well over a hundred yards behind me.

After going home, I noticed that I mist have fallen on something in the road; a bolt perhaps. There was a hole on the outside of my left forearm (I fell to the left) that went through BOTH layers of ballistic, the regular Cordura, and the armor... And it stopped at the inner lining. I didn't even know that had happened until examining the suit later. Any less protection would have had me at the hospital getting whatever removed from my arm...

I sent the suit back to Andy Goldfine and the fine Rider Wearhouse folks. Andy told me that I had totalled the suit; not a single panel on the whole thing was unscathed. I had him send it back to me, and I keep it as a reminder of why we need to wear good gear. It has convinced more than one rider to upgrade their gear substantially.

I look forward to getting another Roadcrafter 1-piece -- soon! (Posted on 3/19/09)
Two words...Ridiculously ... Review by Mike Worsley
Two words...Ridiculously Comfortable!

I literally just received my Roadcrafter last night and wore it for the first time this morning to ride to work. The weather was crisp (according to Arizona standards) and it was the best ride I have made to work yet.

I have been wearing BMW gear which I thought was fairly gold standard but boy was I wrong! Additionally, the craftsmanship is beyond what I ever expected. A friend had been telling me this for some time but I never expected it to BE THIS GOOD. Wow. Kudos to the fine people at Aerostich.

I am a believer! Thanks for the great gear! You have made me a lifetime buyer! (Posted on 2/10/09)
This will be my 4th year ... Review by Shawn Blair
This will be my 4th year with this suit. Its the only one I want to use. Comfortable, functional, I've been very pleased. Have about 30k miles on it!
(Posted on 2/8/09)
My year-old Roadcrafter a... Review by Brian Wittling
My year-old Roadcrafter and I experienced 75mph get-off on the interstate together. I walked away without a scratch or bruise to show for it. THANK YOU AEROSTITCH! Best $ I've ever spent on riding gear. I'll be buying another. (Posted on 12/13/08)
I am on my second suit (I... Review by bobby klee
I am on my second suit (I bought a third for my wife & daughters to use when they ride pillion - they are all the same size fortunately). Lost weight so sold the first one.
Only issues so far are broken snap at right ankle and broken zip pull on left cuff. Similar things happened to first suit- I replaced cuff zip pulls with keyrings - easier to close with gloves on.
Aerostich sent me a repair kit to repair the snap on my first suit so I had a couple left over.
Can't fault the suit or the service even though postage & import tax to UK is ridiculous! (Posted on 10/16/08)
I've had my hi-viz suit f... Review by bobby klee
I've had my hi-viz suit for four years / 60,000 miles. It is great, superbly made and comfortable in rain or 'shine. The pockets accommodate plenty.
Occassional leak from front zip, velcro on neck closure is going weak but it has seen alot of action. If Iride to wrk I wear a suit and tie under it, great in all weathers with an electric vest underneath it.
The only problem is that the hi-viz attracts dirt that sticks! I cannot get it clean or hi-viz anymore. If I start commuting again then I may replace it with a new hi-viz simply for safety's sake. (Posted on 9/21/08)
I really love the one-pie... Review by Randy Willoughby
I really love the one-piece and recommend this suit to anyone who rides a motorcycle or scooter. There aren't many things you can buy for motorcycling that offer as much value and utility as this piece of riding kit. I'm on my second suit after my fist one gave me over 60K miles of great use. In fact, the old suit is still serviceable... I just wanted a new one in a different color when I got a new bike. I could nitpick, but really this is a great piece of riding gear that I think should be given as much importance as a helmet when considering for a purchase. It could use a little more ventilation and better colors, but that's all tha bad I can really say. Worth every penny. (Posted on 8/28/08)

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How to Get a Functional, Comfortable One-Piece Suit Fit:

Start with your height and body length…For a person’s given overall height, some will have longer-bodies-with-shorter-legs, and others have shorter-bodies-with-longer-legs. And after a suit is sewn and assembled, essentially, there is no simple way to then make your suit’s torso length (the distance from crotch to collar) either shorter or longer. A few specialized alterations can help slightly, but they are Band-Aids.

Garage mechanics and others who wear coveralls for a living know a lowish crotch and baggy seat means they’ll be able to raise their arms upward fully and comfortably. When you do this arm-raising, the torso section of a riding suit slides upwards about 1.5". The shoulder pads pull it that way. When you lower your arm the torso should slide back downward.

If you are a borderline size, part-way between an ‘S’ (short) and an ‘R’ (regular), go with the longer body length of the ‘R’. And if you are between an ‘R’ and an ‘L’ (long), go with the longer body of the ‘L’. Consider the extra body length of an ‘R’ or an ‘L’ in each size, which is about 1.3" more than that of an ‘S’ or an 'R' if you are between lengths and ride a sport bike or want maximum freedom-of-movement. Then adjust/alter leg and sleeve length as needed to your size. For a comfortable coverall fit, with your raised arms out to your side and horizontal (both at the same time), you should still have slight room at the crotch.

The suit’s torso, sleeve and leg diameters are exactly the same for each ‘S’, ‘R’ and ‘L’ version of a particular size. For example, the 38S, 38L and 38R dimensions around your body are identical. The circumferences of legs, sleeve and torso are the same.

The suit’s leg lengths are correct if, when standing normally, the hem breaks (wrinkles) slightly against the front of your riding boot, just above the foot’s arch, and the top edge of the TF knee impact armor cup is positioned near the center of your kneecap. Then, as you sit on your bike, the hem will rise about 1.5” and the knee armor cup will slide upward and center itself over your bent knee.

The suit’s sleeves are the correct length if, when standing normally with your arms hanging loosely by your sides, they end about mid-way between your knuckles and your wrist, measured at the back of your hand. The center of the TF impact armor elbow cup should be centered on, or very slightly below, your elbow.

Specialized Motorcycle Configuration Considerations:

For comfort with low handle bars and higher positioned rear set footrests, all one-piece riding suits fit better with the ‘Extra Forward Rotated Sleeve’ alterations, and may also benefit from an ‘ellipse’ added to the center of the back. In addition, an ‘expanded knee’ alteration is available which provides slightly more space for knee armor when knees are bent more sharply.

For active off-road riding requiring maximum freedom-of-movement and upper-arm ease, underarm ‘V’ gussets may be added to increase upper sleeve diameter and provide extra room across upper chest and shoulder areas.

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