With the summer officially over, the mornings are getting colder and I'm starting to discover that vented leathers are no good at vending off the wind chill even with the windproof liner on. I have a set of DriRider thermal base layers. They're warm for now, but it will get really cold when the temperature dips below the low teens. So, first question. Apart from or on top of jocks, thermal base layers and plain-old casual long-sleeves, what else can/should I wear under my leathers to keep the warmth in and the wind out? They fit a bit snug, so there's not much room left. To give you an idea, I can't fit a hoodie under the jacket, or a pair of jeans under the pants. Second question. Can you guys recommend me a winter textile jacket and pants on the cheap? I'm trying to keep the budget under $500. I can probably stretch it a bit, but not by much. Here's the catch. I'm 5'6" short and weighs eff all (i.e. 58kg. Trust me, I've tried everything but I just can't seem to put on those kg's). As you can probably imagine, finding riding gears with the right size can be a nightmare for me. Most if not all of the well known brands are still too big for me even in their S sizes. And a lot of them don't make XS for their textile ranges. I've had a set of Rev'It! Sand set (S size) previously. They might have been a bit too big for me - Elbow and knee pads moved around a bit too much. p.s. I have a set of RJays rain suit, so waterproofing is not a concern for now.