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Warm winter jacket!!
I can't say enough good things about this jacket!!
I've been wearing it for the past few weeks in NYC in temperatures ranging between 15'F and 40'F. This jacket is true to size, fits very well, and most importantly, keeps you extremely warm in those low temps. It felt really good in the mid 40s too, and in case it gets warmer, you can open vents in the front and back of the jacket.
It does tend to let some air through the chest, but I do wear an Alpinestars balaclava, which definitely solves this problem.
It also goes very well with the Tomsk D-Dry pants, they zip at the waist and prevent air from coming in.
It seems like it's very well made, and I definitely recommend it.
March 24, 2014
The jacket is perfect. I have ridden in heavy rain and stayed warm and dry. Jacket keeps me warm well into the 20's. I am 6ft and 125 lb and the size 48 works pretty well. I wish the sleeves were another inch or 2 longer but for the jacket to not swallow me I had to make the sacrifice. Other than that the jacket is great. Waterproof pockets do work and are easy to get to when riding. Reflective panels light up like a spot light when a cars headlights hit them making it a little more difficult for them to not see you. My only complaint is that I wish Dainese made a "tall" version of this jacket.
January 9, 2014
this jacket has been windproof and more than warm enough for brisk southern California days (ha! i know "brisk" and southern California). it fits spot on with other Dainese jackets i own.
December 16, 2013
I tried on many Dianese jackets, even the much more expensive ones. I liked this one the most regardless of price. What really does it for me is the neck collar--my neck gets irritated easily, but this jacket solved that whole problem. The little removable thermal neck pad is so comfy, I even wear it when it's warm out.
I was concerned I wouldn't like the buttons, but after riding it, I realized that, you don't have to use them and can just rely on the zipper if you get lazy, and two, if it gets hot, you can zip the jacket down a bit and use the buttons to keep the jacket closed, essentially turning it into a venting system. so there's options with it.
I am 5'9'' 165lbs, but have broad shoulders. Size 50 works great for me, and is what I normally wear.
This is a 3 season Jacket, In my opinion I don't like the 4 season jackets with all the layers and liners, so this is perfect.
November 17, 2013
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Zoltan Peter S: New product in Dainese mid-range colder weather gear lineup, seems like a good choice for sporty touring on my Hyper SP 821 in mountainous area at different elevations/temperature, both in dry and wet conditions. Like the mathcing pants too, although it is still in pre-order status.Nov 11, 2013
Avery S asked:If I take out the thermal liner, will I still get a nice flow of air through the jacket with the zippers down? I live in the Caribbean and it is hard to find a good Dainese gore-tex jacket that vents.Jan 8, 2014
A shopper asked:I usually get size 50 Dainese jackets. They fit me perfectly, even with back and chest protectors on. But for this one, with thermal liner, etc., should I get a size bigger?Oct 13, 2013