In toroidal magnetic confinement devices, such as tokamaks and stellarators, neoclassical transport is usually an order of magnitude larger than its classical counterpart. However, when a high-collisionality species is present in an stellarator optimized for low Pfirsch-Schlüter current, its classical transport can be comparable to the neoclassical transport. In this letter, we compare neoclassical and classical fluxes and transport coefficients calculated for W7-X and Large Helical Device (LHD) cases. In W7-X, we find that the classical transport of a collisional impurity is comparable to the neoclassical transport for all radii. Even for the LHD case – which has not been optimized for low Pfirsch-Schlüter current – the classical transport can still be comparable to the neoclassical at specific radii.