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Dainese Air-Flux Textile Jacket

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Simplicity and functionality are the concepts behind the Air Flux summer jacket that ensures ample ventilation even on the hottest city streets and country roads thanks to large-sized fabric inserts. Elevated comfort also in terms of ergonomics is ensured thanks to waist, collar and cuff adjustment possibilities and inserts in elasticated fabric. Removable composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standard and a pocket for a G-type back protector complete the profile of the Dainese Air Flux Jacket with an excellent quality/price ratio.

Features:

  • Removable composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standard
  • Boomerang fabric
  • XY Stum fabric
  • D-Stone™ fabric
  • Adjustment strap on neck
  • Waist adjustment
  • Wrist adjustment
  • Perforated fabric
  • Pocket for Dainese Wave G1 and G2
  • 4 Outer pockets

Note: Video shows pre-production jacket without reflective stripes on sleeves, but jacket does include the reflective stripes.

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Dainese Air-Flux Textile Jacket 4.7 5 90 90
Wow! But needs a back protector After riding around for a while in the summer, it was becoming clear that my current leather jacket just wasn't cutting it in terms of comfort in the heat. So I got this as it looked great, seemed to be cool, and wasn't overbearing in its "brand advertising" First things first: Airflow is amazing on this. I think the only way you're going to get more air is if you go jacket-less. Even the armor, which you would think would block up the flow, doesn't really get in the way at all. Airflow does come at a cost, however. The jacket is pretty much nothing but textile mesh. In fact, the entire back is the netting just below the collar and as such, feels like the cost of the jacket is a little high for what it is. Especially since it doesn't come with any back protection at all. To fix this, I went with the D3O Klim D3O Viper T5 Pro Back Protector. I didn't have to mod the pad at all as it fit without an issue. The other armor (shoulders and forearms), are extremely comfortable and very sturdy. Since the armor is hook/looped to the jacket itself and not sitting inside a liner or anything, I do find myself needing to take a small bit of care when putting it on to make sure I'm not disconnecting them, but once it's on, feels very secure. Fitting of this jacket was spot on using the Revzilla guide. I am between the 52 and 54, so I went with the 54 and it fits great. I probably could've squeezed into a 52, but this way I can wear a light hoodie underneath when it gets chilly. The back protection doesn't really seem to have impacted the fitting at all. So far, I really like this jacket, and, as it is my first Dainese, I am thrilled it lived up to my expectations. I do wish it came with back protection though given just how little protection there is to the back, but that's really about it. July 21, 2014
Good summer jacket This jacket fits my medium frame well, just as my other size 50 Dainese (cold weather) jacket. It's replacing a Corazzo mesh jacket that finally started unraveling after a few years of use. Things better about the Dainese: Armor - the shoulder and elbow pads give great coverage and always sit right where they should. The back armor is an extra purchase (typical of most brands) but is also vented, allowing my back to stay cool even in Florida summer. Style - Dainese knows how to cut a jacket to look sharp! Things not so great about the Dainese: Reflectivity - minimal reflective piping on the backs of the forearms...which are pointed at the ground in many riding positions. Odd choice! :( My old jacket had tons of reflective stripes which managed to look cool and keep me visible at night from every angle. Why is this safety feature so overlooked on so many jackets?? Collar flap - the collar has a velcro tab that flaps around if not secure, but forces you to have the jacket fully zipped and closed otherwise. Why would I want a jacket I MUST zip up in the heat? I got some adhesive velcro and glued a piece on the inside of the collar so I can fold the tab inside the collar. Problem worked around, anyway. Ventilation - the jacket vents great through the torso, but the tops of the arms are more covered than I'm used to. Not a big deal and probably not noticeable if you're not used to another mesh jacket. Overall, I love this jacket, but at night I sometimes find myself reaching for the old one just to have the awesome reflectivity. July 21, 2014
Perfect summer riding jacket Bought this jacket so I could have some protection when riding around the city and short highway cruises during the summer. Great airflow, very light, snug fit for an athletic build. I'm 5'7", 160 lbs and a 52 fits me very well. Reflectors on the sleeves are a great addition. Was initially bummed out that the jacket did not come with the G2 back protector but once I got that in there I felt much better. There is no difference in fit once the back protector is in the jacket, you almost don't feel it in there. For a textile, summer jacket, this jacket has won me over. Ventilation all over. Great price point too. July 16, 2014
Very comfortable and stylish This jacket looks good and feels good, what the Italians do so well. The elbow and shoulder armor feel substantial, yet remain comfortable. Plenty of airflow in 90 degree weather. I am not certain if the fabric would remain intact should it be called into service, but as a summer jacket, it is super-comfortable. July 8, 2014
One Awesome Jacket I used to use this bulky leather jacket, not a motorcycle jacket by the way, and its been in the 100's everyday now so i looked around and found this jacket within my budget. I just got it yesterday and i wore it to work today and i gotta say the wind while riding has never felt so good. Feels like you're wearing just a normal t shirt on. The fabric seems very well made and on high quality. Only thing i wish i could change about this jacket would be to have a pocket on the inside. June 27, 2014
Awesome Summer Jacket Very comfortable fit, including the armor. Looks good too. Lots of airflow. June 23, 2014
Great summer jacket Great for hot weather riding, wish it had 1 ot 2 internal pockets, that would be nice, but I can make do with out them, I really like how it isn't balky like other jackets, it fits close to me and looks good. Very happy with this jacket... June 23, 2014
does the job This jacket is the closest thing to not wearing a jacket. Typical of the brand (I) always order two sizes up from what appears to be accurate. June 19, 2014
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Dainese Air-Flux Textile Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
memory g: Summer riding in the deep South. Jul 23, 2014
Joshua B: Light weight jacket for summer riding in Southern California Jul 17, 2014
GARY D: very light but really good protection. Jul 7, 2014
William N: Most aesthetically pleasing to me, I love the premium brand, the Revzilla over view and customer reviews made this an easy choice. Jun 27, 2014
Michael Y: I ride in 90-100 degree weather, so this seems like a good option for protection without passing out from heat. Jun 27, 2014
Larry R: Better protection than a t-shirt. Jun 24, 2014
justin r: good looking jacket with a tad bit of protection. Jun 24, 2014
Matthew L: For riding my scooter while living in the Bahamas. Still want protection but don't want the in your face look of a motorcycle jacket. Jun 21, 2014
Mourad A: For summer riding in style Jun 18, 2014
F H: I live in warm weather climate all season long. This jacket looks stylish enough and cool enough for humid climates. Jun 12, 2014
Arkady T: I chose this item for three reasons: brand, price, good reviews. Jun 10, 2014
Stephen D. C: I wanted a jacket that offered both protection, style and good air flow when riding... Jun 5, 2014
Daniel C: Already have a Dianese leather jacket that I am happy with. On hot days I can now use the same back protector. May 30, 2014
Fernando T: I need a fresh and light jacket for summer May 29, 2014
tyler S: great price for a mesh jacket May 27, 2014
Kevin B: I needed a lightweight jacket for summertime riding. This jacket works well for me. It has great air flow: no lining, mesh on the 2/3 of the body and mesh running down the inner arms. May 3, 2014
Vladimir T: Good price, looks clean. Apr 26, 2014
Lester I: Hope it works as well as it looks need a lite jacket for summer riding in Texas! Apr 7, 2014
Kon N: Price, but jacket was not comfortable. Apr 3, 2014
Kirk S: Stylish light jacket that was perfect for summer use and the price was right. Mar 14, 2014
Alex W: I needed a jacket for the really hot days in arizona (110+ degrees F). This seemed to be as close as I can get to just a shirt while still offering some abrasion resistance (probably very little) and impact protection. I also planned to buy a dainese leather jacket in the future, and knew that the spine armor I bought for this jacket would also fit the rest of the dainese line. Mar 1, 2014
Andrew D: protection and airflow Feb 24, 2014
Subramanian S: casual jack daily use. Feb 23, 2014
Jonathan E: I live in the desert and within a few months temperatures will stay above a hundred, and the reviews on this jacket seemed to offer the most airflow with some protection. Armor won't mean much if you die of heat stroke first. Feb 14, 2014
foy r: it's a great quality, though rather single-purpose jacket. keeps me cool and protected. Sep 2, 2013
Chad J: Great jacket for the spring and summer. Very lightweight and blows TONS of air! Great product! Aug 30, 2013
Andrew R asked: Will this jacket zip together with the DAINESE DRAKE AIR textile pants? Sep 3, 2013
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troy b: Hey Andrew , This jacket does not have any ziper attachments at the bottom edge for pants . This is a great jacket though for summer n 2 fall . It has great ventilation . I guess you could add a zipper or zippers to make it happen though . Hope this is not to late to answer your question . Sep 27, 2013
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Warren Y: No. The jacket does not have the mating zipper for those pants. Sep 25, 2013
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alex S: It does not have any zipper attached to it. Sep 25, 2013
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Henry D: No, there is now zipper for pants Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: How well will this jacket cover me from the rain? Is it waterproof? May 3, 2014
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Matthew M: No, its not designed for that. If it's raining you will get soaked. BUT it will dry quickly. its a comfortable riding jacket for hot weather i.e. it's really light and cool. lots of air flow, which means rain flow if its bad weather. This is a sunny day riding jacket. I highly recommend you don't get black for obvious reasons, but if you want blaxk, and are a 44 or 42 I will sell you mine for cheaper ( I have two). The black one i own has only been worn a couple times. mattbay83 cheers May 3, 2014
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Timothy S: I don't really ride in the rain, but I own this jacket and I think I can safely say that it is not water proof. It flows a fantastic amount of air due to the mesh panels, but from the look of it water will go through just as easily. I wouldn't recommend it for the rain. May 3, 2014
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Rafael De M: This jacket is a hot-weather, maximum airflow piece of gear. If you hold it up to the light, you can see through the mesh. It is not remotely water proof. May 3, 2014
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Noel M: It is not waterproof at all, unfortunately. I bring my frogg togg jacket if I'm wearing the air flux and it looks like it may rain May 3, 2014
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A s: No it isn't waterproof. It is lightweight high quality summer jacket. Ok for maybe very light rain or a quick shower. May 3, 2014
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michael m: No rain protection. It's breathable mesh. I wore a raincoat over it at times. May 3, 2014
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Travis K: Not at all. May 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: I live in Texas (it's hot) and I'm trying to decide what jacket to get this year for urban riding with my Monster. I want to feel protected and be able to wear this jacket in 90-100 degree weather. The jackets I'm looking at are the Revit Air, Dainese Flux and Dainese Shotgun; I really like the Dainese Portland 2, but I'm worried about wearing it during the summer months in Texas. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks! Apr 5, 2011
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BradBot: I was looking at the Shotgun myself, but you're probably going to have a hard time finding it since it's from 2010 (I could only find it on Dainese's website, but never confirmed if they actually had any left); with that said from the reviews I've read it's a great summer jacket.

I'm in Houston myself and just purchased the Dainese Air Flux. I'll start out by saying it's a very breathable jacket. I rode with it on a cooler morning (somewhere in the 60's) and was feeling chilly! It's a very lightweight jacket with what feel like great elbow and shoulder protection, but the material does seem thin and I wonder how it would hold up if I were to fall at speed. Dainese says it's tear resistant; hopefully I never find out.

In the end I spent $200 on the jacket and just purchased the Dainese G Wave back protector, another $90. A new Shotgun is $290 before shipping and no back protector. Here's a good review of the Shotgun with great pictures: http://www.webbikeworld.com/r4/dainese-shotgun-jacket/ Judging by the pictures on WBW it looks like the material on the Shotgun may be a little thicker / offer better protection, but I can't say for sure.

I can't speak for the Revit Air.

Good luck and stay safe!
Apr 11, 2011
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Chris K: I actually find the Shotgun Jacket by Dainese to be the best pairing of ventilation and protection. I rode with the Dainese Shotgun on a weeklong trip down the Skyline Drive and Blue-ridge parkway last summer on an unfortunate week that broke 100 degrees every day. Though I can't say anything is comfortable at that temperature, I would not have been able to complete the trip had I not had a well ventilated jacket like the Shotgun. With that said, the Dainese Portland 2 offers almost as much ventilation, but a bit more protection due to the back protector and added Mugello fabric in place of mesh. The Air-Flux Jacket has all the ventilation of the other Dainese jackets, but does not use the Mugelllo fabric - rather, the fabric is D-stone. This gives you the same protection, but you lose a bit a stretch and fit, which is part of the reason why the Air-Flux is at a lower price point than the Dainese Mugello fabric products. (see related products below) Apr 5, 2011
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Fusion: I just got the Air Flux a few weeks ago and so far it's been a godsend for the hot weather here in L.A. My only issue is that it doesn't have a removable liner so you need to pack an extra layer if the temp will change on you while you're riding. For example, it's fine all the way down to the mid 70s, but once it gets cooler than that after the sun sets, I need to throw on a long sleeve thermal to keep me warm.

I used in on a 30 mile ride yesterday on the freeway with just a tshirt underneath when the temp was in the 90s and it felt really nice even up to 70mph.
Jul 9, 2012
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BoochZilla: Awesome choices. I have a Ducati S2R800. I swap between my REV'IT! Air Jacket and Dainese Shotgun depending on my mood or time of day. I wear the lighter color (Air) at night and the murdered out Shotgun during the day. The Portland 2 offers more protection and comes with a back protector but is more muted in styling and will flow slightly less air. The REV'IT! Air will flow the most air of the 3. All would be great at speed in Texas. Apr 5, 2011
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hknyc: Go with the new Dainese Air Flux. The ventiliation is alot better and protection wise I've fallen couple times and Dainese has the better protection so far. I just got the Air Flux and it makes a big difference vs my Portland. Jun 11, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm thinking of getting the Air Flux for myself and my wife. Besides the Wave G1 and G2, what other back protectors would fit? For example would it take the Manis G or Shield Air G? Apr 13, 2014
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troy b: The back protection I'm using in my air flux jacket is Alpinestars Bionic Back Insert Air . Medium in a medium or large flux jacket . Highly recommend the jacket for awesome air flow . Good luck n safe riding ! Apr 13, 2014
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troy b: The back protection I'm using in my air flux jacket is Alpinestars Bionic Back Insert Air . Medium in a medium or large flux jacket . Highly recommend the jacket for awesome air flow . Good luck n safe riding ! Apr 13, 2014
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Nathan K: I have the shield air in my jacket. Flows tons of air but adds a distinctive hump on my back. I don't ride without it tho. Both seem very well made and protective. I still ride in 104degree heat. Apr 14, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this jacket have belt loop attachments or any other way to secure it to pants? May 26, 2014
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Fernando J: No, nothing to secure it to your pants. May 26, 2014
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Attila S: No it doesn't have. May 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am 5'10'' 165lbs and 40" chest. I wear a 52 Dainese cage leather jacket and fits well. Should I stay with the 52? or go to a 50 since I am similar to the guy in the video? I do plan on getting a back protector if it makes a difference in sizing. Thanks for any advice.

-TC
May 13, 2014
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Christopher A: I found the Air-Flux to be true to size in relation to every other Dainese jacket. Back protector does not seem to affect fit very much since the jacket has a large pocket for it. May 13, 2014
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Andy R: I agree with Chris. I wear a 50 in other Dainese jacket and same fits here. Sleeves seem just slightly longer maybe, but not drastically so. May 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am planning to buy Dainese Shield Air Level 2 for my jacket (Size:52) but I could not decide which one should I choose G1 or G2, because my friend told me that he is wearing the same size and he had difficulty to fit in G2 in the pocket Mar 14, 2013
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DiavelJJ: I got the G2 and it is a tight fit. Because of that fit, the inner liner is taut and keeps the shield off my back which allows airflow. Unexpected benefit!

The G2 is awfully big and makes the jacket feel a lot more bulky. It is a trade off for the amount of protection you want to feel.

I went with safety over a slightly lighter jacket feeling.
May 13, 2013
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RevZilla: The size 52 Dainese Air-Flux Textile Jacket will accept a Dainese Shield Air "G2" Level 2 Back Protector. Mar 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi, I ordered both the 50 and 52 to compare. And I can't decide which is better for me. I am 6'0". 175 lbs. 39" chest. The 50 is snug, and I'm wondering if it will break in or change over time (stretch, shrink, etc)? The 50 is also a little short in the torso (about at my belt, if I'm standing normally). The 52 has a little room and is a better length, but isn't as snug around the chest and shoulders. So how "snug" is too snug? Any thoughts on what I should stick with and what I should return. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Dec 10, 2012
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Salliej03: I'd suggest the 52. Have been using this product daily for about one month, it seems built to last: so while it feels a bit more comfortable over day one, I do not imagine it breaking in much more.

5'10, 195, broad chest, started with a 54, ended up with a 56.
Feb 25, 2013
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Daine27: My jacket has not stretched as far as i can tell. I have a 56 and should have gotten a 54 because i have to roll up the sleeves a little. Jan 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: I live in FL so heat is a big factor. Also, do most Dainese pants come with the matching zipper to add to the jacket? Aug 6, 2012
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RevZilla: One of the most popular summer weather pants would be the Dainese New Drake Air Textile pants. A lot of the Dainese pants come with a zipper connection on the waist, however the Dainese Air-Flux Textile Jacket does not have a 360 zip. Let us know if you have any additional questions or concerns. Aug 7, 2012
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hknyc: No Oct 23, 2012
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Maurice L asked: For city commuting - is white my only good option?
Would the grey be too hot?
Lots of red lights.
May 11, 2014
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Justin D: I have the grey and because the fabric mesh is very breathable- see thru around the body and back, I don't think the white would be any different temp wise. May 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm 6"4 200lbs with broad shoulders and trim waist. I really like the look of the Dainese brand but a lot of European cuts tend to be short in terms of length. Anyone have a recommended size or experience with the length of this jacket and/or the brand in general? May 17, 2013
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MadRock: I just picked up the Dainese Racing perforated. I'm 6'1 43 in chest 24 inch reach 180lbs. I went by my reach due to my past experience and it paid off. Size is true, my sleeves do not hike up and I have room in the chest still. I did a size 54. The quality of Dainese is second to none, you get every dollar you pay for in these jackets. When I opened it up the smell of the genuine leather was magical, and this has been the first time where after I long ride in the hot I didn't feel the need to tear my jacket off like I just escaped a mental ward, it breathes that well. May 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: Compatible with DAINESE N-Frame Back Protector Insert? Dec 31, 2012
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RevZilla: The Dainese N-Frame G1 or G2 Back Protector Insert will fit into the Dainese Air-Flux Textile Jacket.

Estimated Dimenstions:

*Dimensions G1 26cm wide x 42cm in length.
*Dimensions G2 28cm wide x 46cm in length.
Jan 2, 2013
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joel v asked: I am 165 lbs, 5'7", and a 102cm chest...which size should I order? 50?? May 7, 2014
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Maurice L asked: Does the collar flap get annoying while riding if it's open?
Lots of flapping etc ?
May 11, 2014
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Jeremy S: Certainly. I've actually laid my Ninja down once with this jacket and still use it to this day. It is my pleasure to recommended jacket.

My ride stays in Florida and it is perfect for the heat; however, it was once taken to Atlanta on a spring night which was a bit cold.

Either way, it's a great all around jacket.
May 12, 2014
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Jeremy S: There is minor flapping at high speeds if the jacket is zipped completely without strapping the collar flap. However, if it is strapped slightly it will stay on and remove any flapping. May 12, 2014
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Maurice L: thanks. i was curious about if the jacket was unzipped partially ...
but i guess when its unzipped partially ill be in city commute mode.
on the highway i can just zip it all the way and velcro it.. May 12, 2014

SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Men's Dainese Jacket Sizing

Dainese Size Chest (cm) Sleeve Length (cm)
42 84 55.1
44 88 56.2
46 92 57.3
48 96 58.4
50 100 59.5
52 104 60.4
54 108 61.2
56 112 62.1
58 116 62.3
60 120 62.6
62 122 63.5

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Dainese Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 44 725515 1734949-001-44 Available: Available to order from Dainese Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Black / 46 725516 1734949-001-46 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 48 725517 1734949-001-48 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 50 725518 1734949-001-50 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 52 725519 1734949-001-52 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 54 725520 1734949-001-54 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 56 725521 1734949-001-56 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 58 725522 1734949-001-58 Out of Stock
Black / 60 725523 1734949-001-60 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 44 725506 1734949-H52-44 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 46 725507 1734949-H52-46 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 48 725508 1734949-H52-48 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 50 725509 1734949-H52-50 Out of Stock
Titanium / 52 725510 1734949-H52-52 Out of Stock
Titanium / 54 725511 1734949-H52-54 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Titanium / 56 725512 1734949-H52-56 Available: Available to order from Dainese Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Titanium / 58 725513 1734949-H52-58 Out of Stock
Titanium / 60 725514 1734949-H52-60 Out of Stock
Dark Grey/Black / 44 926319 1734949-N38-44 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Grey/Black / 46 926320 1734949-N38-46 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Grey/Black / 48 926321 1734949-N38-48 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Grey/Black / 50 926322 1734949-N38-50 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Grey/Black / 52 926323 1734949-N38-52 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Grey/Black / 54 926324 1734949-N38-54 Out of Stock
Dark Grey/Black / 56 926325 1734949-N38-56 Out of Stock
Dark Grey/Black / 58 926326 1734949-N38-58 Out of Stock
Dark Grey/Black / 60 926327 1734949-N38-60 Out of Stock
Grey/Anthracite / 44 811566 1734949-N91-44 Out of Stock
Grey/Anthracite / 46 811570 1734949-N91-46 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey/Anthracite / 48 811567 1734949-N91-48 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey/Anthracite / 50 811568 1734949-N91-50 Out of Stock
Grey/Anthracite / 52 811569 1734949-N91-52 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Grey/Anthracite / 54 811571 1734949-N91-54 Out of Stock
Grey/Anthracite / 56 811572 1734949-N91-56 Out of Stock
Grey/Anthracite / 58 811573 1734949-N91-58 Out of Stock
Grey/Anthracite / 60 811574 1734949-N91-60 Out of Stock
Tarmac/Black / 44 926328 1734949-Q92-44 Available: Available to order from Dainese Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
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