We’ve had our Durban suit for nearly a year now, and have worn it for everything from adventure-touring to sport-touring to commuting, with excellent results. It’s versatile, waterproof and quite comfortable, with a few caveats. First, while the jacket collar snaps down for warm-weather riding, it still chafes the back of your neck when worn for extended periods. Second, although the knee guards are said to be adjustable, ours slumped at the bottom of their internal pockets just below our knee caps. Last, there’s no provision to close the knee vents other than to install the pants liner, so they can be drafty.