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Old 04-01-2009, 11:27 AM   #1
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Question Aerostitch 1pc suit and RoadCrafter 2pc



Does anyone have either of these?

How do you like it? Is is too hot in the summer?

I have read great things about them.

I am especially interested in the 1pc for commuting.

If you got one, I would like to see it sometime pelase.
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Old 04-01-2009, 11:56 AM   #2
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wanted 1 for a long time now.......ultimate commuter suit.
there was a thread on ADVrider.com on what piece of gear are you most happy with (or something to that effect) and the Aerostitch 1 or 2piece was the winner, hands down.

They cost about $800 bucks though.
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EVERYONE I know that has a 1 piece Stitch loves them.
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I have a 1 piece Aerostitch for sale. It is a size 48 Tall. It is in like new condition. These are very good suits. They have zippered side vents to help cool you when riding in hot weather.
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I have a 1 piece Aerostitch for sale. It is a size 48 Tall. It is in like new condition. These are very good suits. They have zippered side vents to help cool you when riding in hot weather.
Dam, close. I need a 46S.
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I have the Tourmaster 1 pc(it looks just like the Aerostitch), it is great on long rides when its cool/cold, much warmer then my leather stuff. Its got a ton of pockets and is water proof. All the extra velcro flaps over the zippers help keep the wind from bleeding through them. I have had it about 5 years and still love it when its cold or when I am on a longer ride....My only complaint is you will FRY trying to wear it at any temp over 70*. I bought it for cold weather riding so its good for me but you would die trying to wear this thing for daily commuting during the spring or summer.

Its very comfortable to wear when riding though, I bought it for like $350 I think.....the Aerostitches are like $700-800. I would highly recommend it, just not during the summer.
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