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The best traditions of Dainese, highly technical, attention to body ergonomics, and quality materials, are contained within this pro-grade summer race suit. An exceptional quality / price ratio makes the Dainese Perforated Crono Race Suit the ideal entry-level summer model into the Dainese world. Aluminum plates on the shoulders coupled with certified Pro-Shape soft protectors, patented Microelastic inserts on the back, perforated cowhide to maintain high resistance to abrasion, and sanitized liner, are just some of the features that make this suit aggressive and unmistakably Dainese.
Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standard
Pro Shape soft protectors certified to Standard EN 1621.1/97 at sides
This is my first race suit and I love the way it feels and moves with me on the bike. From first impressions of putting the suit on (with a cotton Shirt) it was much more comfortable than i imagined. While riding I wear some heat out base layers and that works magic for ease of getting the suit on and off and wicking sweat away. If there is only one thing i would slightly complain about is there is no pocket inside for ID/registration. but not the end of the world, that fits under my seat in my bike anyways.
Overall I love the suit and will continue buying/wearing Dainese.
Well made product.
July 15, 2014
Great Race Suit
This is my first race suit, and so far I am very happy with it. I haven't had it on the track yet, but have put about 100 miles on the street in it. Super comfortable for me when in riding position. I hardly even know I am wearing it. It does add a piece of mind knowing I have high quality full body protection. On a 65 degree day it was perfect with a layer of cold gear underarmor on while riding highway speeds. Around town I could wear less so i'm pretty confident it will work out for the summer months and track days.
I purchase at the Revzilla store in Philly and the folks there made sure it fit properly and I was confident with my purchase before walking out the door. Cheers to them!
March 17, 2014
This is A LOT of race suit for the money
This is not my first suit, I have raced and crashed in a few suits. I trashed my last suit racing at Summit Point and I took a trip to Revzilla's store to find an inexpensive replacement. I'm 5'9" 180 lbs (fairly muscular build) 40 inch chest, 30" inseam, 34" waist. The size 54 EU fit me well (a little loose in the forearms, tight in the chest) with knox contour back protector and armored shorts. The sizing is pretty close to Alpinestars suits. It fits a little tighter than the Rev'it suits (of the same size). The quality of this suit is very good for $1000.00, leather feels nice and thick, seams look well constructed. You get full length knee + shin armor in the legs, and gp style full length armor in the elbow/forearm. The shoulder armor is somewhat watered down compared to what you usually see in the higher end Dainese suits. Frontal ventilation is good (lots of perforation), however rear (exhaust) ventilation is pretty poor. Overall the suit still breathes pretty nicely. Mobility isn't as good as a lot of higher end suits (accordian stretch panels are minimal) but still gets the job done. Overall I like the suit and it looks REAL nice in person especially considering the price. This is Dainese's entry level suit, and its WAY better than a lot of higher end suits out there.
June 17, 2013
Love this suit
This is my first full leather suit, and I think I made a great choice in this suit. At first I was a little concerned that I bought a size too small, but after getting on the bike with it I was quite please. I am 6'2" 190, and bought a size 54, and I wear the suit with the Dianese Shield Air Level 2 back protector.
The only negative thing I have to say about the suit is that I wish they could have put a small pocket on the inside or somewhere. I have no place to put my key, phone, or wallet, when im off the bike. Otherwise great suit; spend that money.
May 27, 2013
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B L: An entry level suit from the Dainese which has more features than some brands mid level suits, this may be starting range for them but at $949 it's the best first race suit for any slim person out there. Yes, I am slim and that is another reason for getting Dainese. Let's see how this feels. Haven't received it yet.Oct 28, 2014
Mario G: great fit and quality is amazing! worth every peny.Oct 24, 2014
Victor S asked:My biggest concern with purchasing a one-piece is proper fitment since I seem to have abnormally long arms and legs. I'm 6' 1" and weigh 175lbs, very similar to the model in the video. I have a pair of riding pants but when I'm sitting on the bike properly and leaning off, my pants are on the verge of peaking over the tips of my boots. Would this suit do the same?Jul 10, 2014
Jim S:I got the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese (Medium-G2) and it fits fine. I was a bit surprised to learn that Dainese doesn't have pockets for back protectors in their suits, but the pad stays in place just fine assuming you have the proper fit on the suit.May 13, 2014