Comparing an Aerostich Roadcrafter to the Teiz Motorsports Power Shell is like comparing a really old car to the latest model. Sure the old car is well made but it is dated in every way. The new model has the latest safety features that will save your life, is much more comfortable and it sure does look a lot better.
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We introduced the Commute Suit as a relatively affordable option for people who ride to work on a regular basis and need a lightweight yet protective and versatile suit for their commuting needs. Aerostich recently revealed the new Roadcrafter Light & Ultra Light suits that seem to have the same concept in mind, minus the affordability bit!
We recommend that you read the specs of the Roadcrafter Light very carefully. The base price, of $667, which is $368 more than the Commute Suit, does not include armor. When you add the armor set for $100, bring the total up to $767, you still don’t get a back protector. CE rated elbow, shoulder, knee and back protectors are included in the base price of $299 for the Commute Suit.
Folks who ride in diverse weather conditions will definitely appreciate the versatility of a removable rain suit. Removal of the waterproof layer will make the Commute Suit a bit bearable more in the summer. Additionally, it also gives you the option of using your own Frogg Toggs if that is what you prefer over liners.