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I've been waiting for these suits for a long time. Now that they are here, I'm certain that I'll need to visit the shop for a fitting. If other moto gear is any indication, those sizes are going to be way too large for me. I do hope to make it to the shop some day. The way these suits are said to perform, I really want to invest in one. Adding up the jacket and pants combos I've purchased for different seasons, I could have afforded one Aerostich instead of the mesh and non-mesh pants and jackets that currently fill my closet.

I can't wait for the full review!

Allaina
Arvada, CO
Monday, April 8, 2013
I just got my Aerostich catalog and they are going up to size 20 now. The "pulling" another reader noted is from the armor in the shoulders. I am not a small person myself, and not small "chested" either. I did not feel "smooshed." The Roadcrafter goes over your street clothes, so is not ever going to be form fitting.

I was fitted for the male version years ago and found that there is a huge difference in the amount of fabric under the arms, the shoulders fit better and the neck doesn't feel like I am looking out from a hole. I wear full zip together leathers for every ride, and I am looking forward to the convenience of riding to hike, to run with friends and other places that leathers are a pain in the backside to get in and out of.

Stacey Swanson
SF East Bay, CA
Wednesday, April 3, 2013
I have to agree with the reviewers, what curves? My girls won't fit in there and I have broad shoulders and muscles in my arms from taking care of horses and the barn for years. I find that a lot of the women's motorcycle jackets don't accommodate me at all. Come on...we have curves! Let's get with it! I think they need a woman to design something for women.

Christine Stuart
Williston, SC
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
I'm not seeing any difference between the look of the Roadcrafter on the two women pictured than I have on prior photos of women wearing the men's one. The upper arms and chest look just as over-big, boxy and masculine. The front pockets look like they're placed over the sitting lap crease, which is bulky and unusable. I'm not feeling it, and I really would like to. I love the idea of these suits.

Annette
Ringgold, GA
Thursday, March 28, 2013
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