Fit on the Crossroads is pretty spot-on—not too boxy, but not too slim either. The sleeves are a tiny bit short for me, but I have abnormal lanky proportions, so I believe the jacket would fit normal people just fine. It’s available in the black colorway pictured or a more traditional blue denim with lighter sleeves. At $550, you’re up in the higher middle range of leather jackets, so you’re not saving any money with that Cordura body, just gaining style and comfort. But considering it’s fully padded, wearable through multiple riding seasons with the liner, and just looks like a normal fashionable leather jacket, the cost can be justified. It’s been seeing lots of wear since we got it, and it’s constantly getting compliments.