Curious friends asked for an update on the waxed-cotton onesie, and here it is: The Cousin Jeremy is still keeping water and weather out. It’s still comfortable too, even as we ride headlong into winter, its zippers and vents work flawlessly, it’s fasteners as good as new. It’s still doing everything one would ask of a riding suit, actually, which is remarkable considering the suit was Goldfine’s nod to hipster vanity. Cousin Jeremy is a real human being, you see. A Los Angeles-dwelling motorcyclist of the cool kid variety that served as a template for the pragmatic Minnesotan Goldfine’s best shot at appealing to a younger, less middle-aged and GS-riding customer. A year later, we can tell you that it worked. Good gear is hard to find, but gear that gets better can only be considered great, regardless of what you ride.