Quality two piece
I agree that the best leathers for track or racing are a one piece. Obviously without the split in the middle you would have much less separation factor in the event of a get-off. I do most of my riding on the street and I was just looking for new leathers for the occasional track day and for weekend use. I just bought a Dainese "Rock" two piece because of the riding flexibility you have with a two piece. I wanted to make sure I got a high quality suit in a two piece. I'll at least feel safer if I have a high quality, well built suit. If you decide to get a two piece, i certainly wouldn't go cheap. When I go to the track, I'll use a back protector also. When I get to the point where i have a track bike and street bike, I will get both a one piece and a two piece. Ahhhh, so many toys, so little money!