To keep in Bobber style if you are fashion conscious
, no textile suit will fit the bill (looks wise).
I have had everything from Rukka to Aerostich and Dainese; they are all amazing, but would look as strange as a one piece racing suit while riding on the Bobber.
Of course these textiles are optimal when it comes to safety and durability (and dealing with all types of weather).
Anyway, Bobber style touring: I would go for some waterproof, high end (and highly protective) jeans like the ROKKERS
with some waterproof/warm classic boots, GOLDTOP
waterproof gloves or heated FORGE racers
if its cold and a Merlin jacket
or some other jacket from the Merlin family. They represent amazing value for money and are really comfortable.
I would also recommend some technical, long underwear that are both wind stoppers and easy to clean/dry. They should also be able to deal with wicking away sweat if the temps rise.
Socks are also vitally important as is a good neckwarmer. Personally, I use 5.11 tactical socks
and a revŪt neck warmer/windstopper.
I appreciate that this may go over budget, but budgets are made to be broken and the end result enjoyed.
I also recommend something like THIS
when travelling. Always handy to have a small, powerful and portable charger to power your phone/helmet in case of an emergency.
When touring, i always prefer to be too warm rather than too cold and bone dry without rain penetrating my gear.
It is super important to keep your core warm and if the temperature drops alot, i would also look at some kind of windstopper garment
under your jacket (i use a Revit). The Bobber offers no wind protection, so i find that my chest, knees and neck can get cold easily.