The Aerostich Roadcrafter is without a doubt a staple in motorcycle apparel. Its don’t-give-a-F-about-fashion ethos makes the black leather jacket look about as countercultural as an Apple Watch. Fashions come and go; Aerostich is forever. When Aerostich first developed the Roadcrafter riding suit, there was nothing else like it in existence. At the time, motorcycle gear was barely protective by today’s standards and barely practical by any standard. The Roadcrafter 3 is made of 500-denier Gore-Tex Cordura, and assembled by hand in its Duluth, Minnesota, factory. It’s waterproof, unlined for breathability, and uncompromising as ever. It’s designed to do one job. And it does it well. Available in 61 off-the-rack sizes, the Roadcrafter 3 can accommodate riders who’ve indulged in too much holiday cheer this year. So go ahead, help yourself to another latke, dish out a second helping of figgy pudding, or pop open a calorie-filled bottle of Samichlaus—you’ll still be able to find a Roadcrafter to fit.