The Strip comes in men's sizes XS to XXXXL. The Large that I tried fit like it was custom-made for me (I normally wear a size 44) and feels much lighter in weight than a solid leather jacket. It was a little stiff at first, as are most Vanson leather garments because of the heavyweight leather, but it broke in more quickly than other Vanson leather jackets, probably because of the strip design. After three or four rides, any sense of stiffness was gone. Southern California in August can be a demanding test of venting, but the Strip (ours does not have the perforated leather) kept me quite comfortable while riding in the heat. I'd estimate that its venting was about 90 percent as effective as the ultra-breezy Vanson Vent Max Shirt (a very similar configuration without the leather) that I frequently use on super-hot rides and about equal to the Vanson Vent Jacket (the top-rated vented jacket in Motorcycle Cruiser's last vented-jacket comparison). However, when the temperature cooled off, I didn't get as cold as I do in the Vent Max. The fit was comfortable—snug enough that it seemed unlikely to move around a lot if you were sliding down the road—with a secure fit at the wrists. Gauntlet gloves meshed comfortably with the sleeves.