I would say it is more of a "Race" cut than the Latigo which has slightly more of a "street" or upright cut. If you wear them back to back you will notice the front of the Adrenaline suit is slightly shorter. This makes it a little more uncomfortable to stand in than the Latigo, however you will find the cut of the Adrenaline to be more comfortable on the bike.
It’s always nice to know how your protective gear is going to perform in the event of a crash before making a purchase, and the Cortech Adrenaline is a suit that we have plenty of experience with. This comes from having sponsored AMA pro-racers like 2012 Daytona 200 winner, Joey Pascarella, who wore Cortech suits throughout the 2012 season. His suits are nearly identical to the production version that is available to you, with the only major difference being that his are custom fitted.
A few of his suits made their way back to the Riders Discount headquarters at the end of the season, and let’s just say they were well worn-in. Actually, when we say well worn-in, we really mean that they have had multiple, unintentional encounters with the pavement. These suits may be in rough shape now, but you can definitely tell that they did the job and held up remarkably well considering that they have seen at least two crashes.
We’ll be bringing you a more detailed look at specific areas periodically, so stay tuned![/SIZE]