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post #1 of 1 Old Dec 17th, 2010, 5:50 pm Thread Starter
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BMW Coverall & Heated Clothing

Is anyone familiar with the BMW one-piece Coverall suit? How could the wire fit through the BMW suit? I have not seen the Coverall but based on what I've read, there are no pass through flaps like there are on the Aerostich one-piece. My Roadrcrafter is 15 years old and has well over 100K worth of use so I'm thinking of getting another one-piece. I like the one-piece suits because I'll often wear a dress shirt and slacks for work and need something that will keep me safe, be comfortable and unlikely to wrinkle my dress clothes. I put the blazer in the top case. It's often difficult to change clothes because I'm on the road using the bike for business. If it was a typical office commute, I'd go with a two-piece, probably a Darien Light. Any comments on the BMW Coverall would be appreciated. Thanks.
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