Still a crap shoot, Aerostitch web site says Im a 46L. So I find a very slightly used one piece just around the corner for sale, get all jazzed just to try it on and find it cramped the boys up really bad. Really glad I didnt order one and find out the expensive way.I just think it's more a matter of getting something that fits vs quality or price. Makes you wonder sometimes what the hell these companies reference when it comes to sizing. You can spend $1000 on the most comfortable jacket ever claimed, but if it fits like crap it ain't so comfortable and definitely not worth $1,000. What kills me even more is that most these companies don't give proper sizing information on their website. Makes it crap shoot unless you email the company your measurements and ask them for the right size.
"What do you guys ride in?"What do you guys ride in? I have a Olympia setup I really like for the street, however I know if I continue to use it for offroad stuff I will thrash it. Between mud runs and crashes. So I have been researching gear for DS use. Youse guys prefer a jacket with armor or perhaps armor that you can wear anything over? The armor I have been looking at kinda looks like it could be bulky. So what do you use? I dont wanna get a bunch of stuff I dont use, but I also cant afford to be off work due to crashes..
+1 on Klim. I have their Transition jacket and pants, great for year round riding from 30F to 100F. Waterproof and comfortable. Setup costs were worth it though, I rarely wear any of my other gear or jackets anymore.If money wasn't an option, I would go with Klim.