Motorcycle leather suits are your second skin. Exactly so as the leather of the 1 piece suit must fit to your body and allow it to breathe as well as to protect you. Depending on the use you give it, your riding style and your size, choose the one that best adapts to your body.
The racing suits are, without a date, the most sophisticated ones available, developed in competition by the best brands, such as Dainese, Alpinestars or Spidi. If you're often on the track, or if you're a professional rider, maybe you'll be interested in the latest advances in safety, especially the built in airbag. Currently, it's revolutionising the suit concept, such that many models are already prepared for its incorporation if that's how you want it. And don't forget, on the track, the important thing is to beat the clock, so we better get one with an aerodynamic hump in order to scrape those hundredths of seconds that make the difference. A one piece suit is a practically obligatory element on the circuit when training for supermoto, whether it is an international track or one for karting.
On a slightly less radical terrain, we have the two piece suits, more suitable for getting around on the road without sacrificing integral protection. We can find them in kangaroo skin like the race ones, the most abrasion resistant, as well as those of cowhide. With these you can independently renew your pieces independently, but, respecting the sets of the brands. And to complete your gear, how about a thermal undersuit ideal for winding roads even when the cold comes.
Something that a lot of us like is to match the suit colour with that of the bike in combination with its graphics. For the more classic amongst us, there will always be black, old school style, an ideal colour for vintage look café racers... although there is a great variety, even ones to get you noticed. And don't let anyone think that the leather suit is just for men. The brands have women's models exclusively for them.