Take another look at the original sentence:
You wanted to fix it this way:
To add a comma between style and he would cause an equally bad problem, a comma splice. A comma splice occurs when you have two complete sentences joined with a comma alone. Alphonso does not care as much about comfort as he does about style is the first complete sentence. He will wear, for example, a long sleeve shirt and a leather jacket ... begins the second complete sentence. The spot between style and he needs a stronger break than a comma alone.
You might want to consult the rules for fixing comma splices and fused sentences.