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post #1 of 12 Old 10-31-2019, 09:10 AM Thread Starter
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Check our Video Review for Dainese Gear Before Buying a New Jacket

Every rider knows that to stay safe on the road and look cool at the same time, you need to have high-quality riding gear. A helmet, gloves, and boots are some of the essentials, but some of the most important pieces of gear that protect your vital organs are motorcycle jackets. If you are on the market looking for a new jacket, consider product by the Italian Dainese brand.

Dainese was established in the 1970s by Lino Dainese who was a rider himself and wanted to improve his own riding experience and make every trip safer at the same time. The company became the pioneer in incorporating such innovations as knee sliders, back protectors, and later even airbags that save ridersí lives at the race track. Our in-house expert Greg can tell you more about this brandís history and best product in this video review:


Daineseģ Tuono D-Air Leather Jacket at MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Features:
D-Air airbag system
1 inner pocket
2 outer pockets on the front
Reflective inserts
Replaceable Slider System 2.0: quickly releasable elbow slider
Soft inserts for a perfect fit better comfort

Daineseģ Racing 3 Leather Jacket at MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Features:
2 outer pockets
1 pocket for Double Chest protector
1 pocket for G1 & G2 back protector
Reflective inserts
Soft inserts improve fitment and comfortable

Daineseģ Dyno Tex Jacket at MOTORCYCLEiD.com

Features:
1 inner pocket on thermal liner
2 inner pockets
2 outer pockets on the front
Pocket for Double Chest protector
Pocket for G1 & G2 back protector
Reflective inserts
Soft inserts

Daineseô Motorcycle Leather Jackets, Gloves, Boots, Backpacks & Race Suits at MOTORCYCLEiD.com


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post #2 of 12 Old 11-06-2019, 08:16 PM
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Do people actually wear this gear in summer weather?

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Riding the tropics I use Rev'It mash.

As long as you are happy with what you ride.
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Do people actually wear this gear in summer weather?

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You will want to look for a mesh jacket with some armor for warmer riding. I have one and once you hit 20-30mph the air cuts right through it like you arent wearing anything at all while still providing protection and armor should I ever need it.

There is some decent price stuff out there
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Once you go down and enter a slide you will wish you were wearing leather. Synthetics melt then stick to your skin. I’ve wrecked every single motorcycle I have owned with exception to the Duke.

Billions of cows can’t be wrong

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Once you go down and enter a slide you will wish you were wearing leather. Synthetics melt then stick to your skin. Iíve wrecked every single motorcycle I have owned with exception to the Duke.

Billions of cows canít be wrong
Aramides dont melt. They eventually shred sure, but not melt.

Leather is the best no doubt - but if its hot and you gonna ride with nothing cause its hot...then mesh aramides with some padding are better then owning a leather jacket and leaving it at home.
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The Joe Rocket mesh I was wearing must’ve been polyester then.

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Different materials, there are also kevlar jeans for riding.
I tried on a perforated leather jacket by Rev'it but these are heavier than their mesh and probably too hot for the tropics.
L loved the look though: https://www.revitsport.com/en/jacket...45823.html#145

Settled for my second mesh though:
https://www.revitsport.com/en/jacket...44724.html#120

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I now wear Draggin Jeans every time I ride.

This isnít my first rodeo, but it is the first one with real clowns...
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I now wear Draggin Jeans every time I ride.
Well, let's call that one point to Whyzee then... (especially after watching the following video)

no, wait a minute, double!

Ya know, I think I can just hear the video dialog in the background "I don't always ride with pants on, but when I do I tryta' ride AND get off the bike with Dos, well, with Dos everything."
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