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It's not a winter jacket, but electrics take care of that. By this time, I'm riding 15, mile or more a year. The Transition jackets would typically last about 3 seasons.

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I finally saved my pennies and bought the jacket I've wanted for a long time - an Aerostich Darien. Well crafted, good fit, waterproof and very durable.

I've put around 10, miles on this one so far and it's still not entirely broken in. It has pockets where you need them, seals up nicely against the wind and has great ventilation on a full faired bike. It isn't lined, so you have to layer for winter. They are expensive, but experienced riders get many years out of them. I have been using Aerostich Darien pants for a few years now. Middle age spread has meant that I had to get a larger waist size this last year.

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My original set was in great shape after three years and over 50, miles of riding. I find the newest version of armor to be comfortable in the Darien pants, but the original armor chafed.

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They are certainly waterproof, but unlined. You have to be prepared for cold weather and your pants should be sized large enough to put your warmer gear underneath.

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I ride a lot. It gets cold when I ride but that doesn't have to stop me from riding. You need to stay warm to stay out when the temperatures dip below about You can layer down to about 40, but after that you need to add heat to the mix or you start to get so many layers that you cannot move anymore. I started with a Widder vest and heated grips on the bike, which was OK for awhile, but that leaves the back of your hands cold as well as your legs and arms.

Widder is now out of business. My new electrics are from Warmnsafe. I bought one of their 3rd generation windstop jackets 2 years ago and have been using it from about 50F and down. It's got a bit of uneven heating that is noticeable at times, but overall it keep my torso and arms warm. You plug the jacket into the bike and it distributes power into two channels. I have my gloves plugged into channel two.

The wireless controlled is velcroed to the master cylinder for the front brake.

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