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BaldRider

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They only do them every two years, so, you're good for 2025.

I had them give me a little more room in the middle, and the had to take some off above and below the knee.
I thought the 2023 was the makeup date and they were resuming their normal cadence with back-to-back 23/24 years.
 

BaldRider

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One compromise I've learned of with the R-3 Lite is that because it lacks an interior liner to act as a barrier for body oils and dirt, it is more prone to Gore-Tex delamination. My suit has a few spots where Aerostich found it no longer passed their high pressurized water test, but it is still waterproof at a lower PSI. The spots aren't areas where water pools, armpits and back, so it hasn't been an issue for me. If I didn't ride in 100°F+ temps each summer, I'd have gone with the regular Roadcrafter 3. For cold weather, aside from normal layering I do attach their "Non-Electric Chest Insulation Pad" which adds a great windstop at the torso. It's nice to never be the person dangerously pulling over under an overpass to throw on rain gear, or peering out a cafe window wondering if the weather's going to blow over. You just put on your space suit and ride through it all. 🧑‍🚀
The regular R3 doesn't have a liner either. The Roadcrafter Classic does, though.
 
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