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Dainese D-System D-Dry Pants
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Dainese D-System D-Dry Pants

The D-System D-Dry Pants are a staple in the Dainese lineup, providing an all-weather touring option that pairs well with any Dainese textile jacket.  

For 2013 these pants have been replaced by the Dainese D-System D-Dry Evo Pants.

Shock Protection:

  • Removable composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/07 1621.1/97 Standard
  • Abrasion And Tear Resistance
  • Cordura Comfort fabric


  • Jacket-trousers fastening system
  • Waist adjustment
  • Zipper at calf
  • Elasticated inserts at the back of the waist

Temperature Regulation

  • Removable breathable waterproof D-Dry membrane
  • Sanitized lining
  • Air inlets with closing by appers and buttons on the thighs

Other Features

  • Soft inserts on the sides
  • Reflective inserts
  • 2 outside pockets on front
  • Rear external pocket
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Dainese D-System D-Dry Pants 4.6 5 32 32
Truly tested even in a crash accident! I am 5'6'' 135lbs.#wet ... LOL!# Here is my personal review I have truly tested this jacket on a crash accident on which I was ran off the street & landed on a V shape ditch that was 8' deep. Never the less I survived that crash with only a few scraches on my gear. Specially my gear took the grunt of it after me getting pinned down on my bike. Fortunately enough I did NOT suffered any broken bones, lacerations or any kinds but I did experience 3 days of sorenes around my hip & inner thighs of soreness. Aside from that I had to literally POWER WASH my pants whcih by theway ALL THE MUD CAME OUT and back to prestine condition aside from a few small 1/4 inch tear around my knee protector which was fine by me as both my knees were good to go. If I were to be a little picky I would say that DAINESE should put real protectors around the HIP or at least make it available for us to do so. but everything else is good ! You pay for protection .. don't go cheap on your body, buy DAINESE. Hope that's enough of a review for you guys out there trying to decide! January 6, 2014
Great pants, fit well, yet hip armor is not up to par. Love the pants, yet wish the hip armor was actual armor (or at least the ability to replace it with other hip armor). It is thin padding instead. Other than that, I really like the airflow, fit, and quality. 5'10 and wear a 32 in jeans, so the size 50 worked perfectly for me. December 2, 2013
Great riding pants Bought the Dainese D-System D-Dry to be my riding pants, as I will be getting kevlar jeans for everyday city riding/commuting. These are extremely comfortable, and while they do run a little small, they fit snug and the thermal liner as well as the mesh when the thermal liner is removed make me feel like I am sitting on a cloud. I keep the air vents open at all times, and can feel a reasonable amount of air flow with the thermal liner in. In 7 degree weather (Celsius), I am perfectly comfortable with the thermal liner in and the air vents open for ventilation. Performance in the summer with the thermal liner out and air vents open remains to be seen. In terms of style, it looks a lot better than most other waterproof riding pants, with a slim fit. Although they still look a bit like snow pants, they are significantly slimmer and I don't feel stupid walking into a mall in them. Note that these are not an overpant - I wear them as a main pant when I go out riding. If you wanted to, I'm sure you could fit a pair of slim fit or skinny jeans underneath these with the thermal liner out. Without the thermal liner however, you lose out on waterproofing so I would plan around the weather. The waterproofing in this pant is good, having been caught in a moderate shower. Performance in a downpour remains to be seen. Protection-wise I feel like these would hold up in a crash with reasonable abrasion resistance, but the knee and shin guards may not be the best for harder impacts. These are good for everyday city use, but if I were to go on more spirited rides and longer trips, I would wear strap-in shin guards under the pants. My biggest and only annoyance with these pants is its compatibility with race boots. I have a pair of Puma Desmo GTX boots, and these pants are too thick to tuck into the boots. I prefer the over-the-boot look anyway, but every time I do this I have to put the inside liner with the shin-pad inside the boot, then the thermal liner and outside shell outside the boot. It all fits because the pant legs zip up and down, BUT once zipped, the liner containing the shin pads move up, causing the pant leg to crinkle and thereby displacing the knee and shin pads a little bit. Please note that this does not affect function at all, because a little bit of play with the shin pads allows it to fit well - it is just an annoyance because it feels a little awkward and doesn't integrate seamlessly with my racing boot. November 11, 2013
Well made, good fit, quality product. I ride a Multi 1200s and on a longer ride these pants performed well. In early November riding through NSW with the pocket flap open to allow breathing and the liner fitted I wasn't too hot. Those who feel the heat would simply take the liner out. Through the Snowy's my legs were warm. My knees got a bit cramped due to the tighter fitting legs, but the waist was true to size. I'm 180cm & I take a 36-waist 34-leg Levi's and I bought a size 54. Hope this helps. November 11, 2013
Great product! I am 5.7” and 178 lb. I already had a New Drake size 50 which fits too tight so I ordered size #52 this time which fits a little large but I can wear shorts under it. No baggy look at all. Great quality and protection. Ride BMW K1300S - 2012 August 19, 2013
Great style of pants with many features. I bought these pants for summer riding, with rain protection. The pants are a little warm at 80 degrees, but are bearable. I haven't ridden in the rain yet, so I can't comment on the rain protection. The knee protection are in the right location and are not noticeable when walking around. I bought a larger size so I could wear shorts or pants to work if needed. Ducati Diavel July 9, 2013
Great every day riding pant. I wanted a pair of riding pants to wear primarily every day. I'm 5'11, 170, with a 30" inseam for jeans, and the size I bought (52) fit pretty well for length. My jeans waist is about 33", and these are slightly large in the waist, but between the fasteners and velcro side zips, I'm able to get them to be comfortable. They will probably fit better when I start wearing the inner liner and/or layers underneath in cold weather. In extreme hot weather, they actually aren't too bad when you are moving. I was stuck in traffic for an hour in 90+ heat, with lots of sun and humidity, and yeah, it wasn't very fun. But once I got moving, the thigh vents worked decently well. And remember, without the waterproof inner liner, they aren't 100% windproof, so you do cool down, even at that temperature. They look good, (not like typical American-style pants that seams like NASA designed them for moon walking) and they are clearly well made. The cordura is very solid and I'm certain it would hold up well against a slide. They have the 270 degree zip, and I'm waiting for the Dainese jacket I want to get in stock here so I can take advantage of that, as well. All in all, a great pair. If you primarily ride in extreme heat, you should go with a more mesh/ventilated pair of riding pants. But if you are a New Englander like me, and have all sorts of conditions, you could do much worse. Definitely would buy these again down the road. July 8, 2013
Sweet pant Wow what an awesome pant. Fit was right on I used the size chart. I take a 34/32 jean I bought a 50 and it fit perfect. They are slim fitting and don't look like snow pants. They are bulky and hot with the liner in but take the liner out and they flow a decent amount of air. They are very comfortable without the liner and still provide a good amount of water resistance. They quality is top notch and the styling is great. I would recommend these pants for highway and street riding. June 17, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Shanley J: Needed water-proof and thermal layer so I can ride into late fall. These pants are extremely comfortable, down to 32 for me. Jan 30, 2014
Mathieu F: Light and very comfy. Good protection and water resistant. All I need from a motorcycle pants. Fit snug and looks good. Not baggy looking. Jan 3, 2014
Huong N: Good ratings by other users. Nov 14, 2013
Justin P: If you are looking for close fitting pants these are pretty good. They run a bit warm and they didn't hold up well over the long term. Nov 9, 2013
Dan P: I chose these pants because they fit well (important!) and they seemed like the most versatile pant I could wear in all seasons. However, I think unless it's cold or rainy, I might be happier with a pair of jeans just because these still look and sound like snow pants. They have great protection and don't look bulky on a slim body. Oct 24, 2013
Manuel C: Love the vents option on the pants over the other models. Oct 14, 2013
Gabriel R asked: Any idea why Dainese does not use YKK zippers? I really like the pants, yet am concerned about the longevity of the zippers, especially when combined with Dainese Jackets. Dec 2, 2013
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Paul K: I wear these pants for my daily commute to work form the late fall (mid October), for all of winter, until the early spring (mid April). I am in the middle of my third season with these pants. So, for the last two and a half years, five times a week I zip up before work, unzip when I get to work, and then zip up when I leave work, and unzip when I get home from work. I have had absolutely no problems with the zippers. I only connect to the Jacket when it is really cold, so I use the zipper you are most concerned about infrequently. With that said, I never have had a problem with it. Dec 3, 2013
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Justin S: Hi Gabriel,

I have owned these pants, along with a Dianese jacket which zips to them, for about 5-6 months. The zips seem to be very good quality, and I use them on a pretty much daily basis.

The quality of the pants (and jacket) is superb and feels very robust. Well worth the price, even though quite expensive it feels like good value.
Dec 2, 2013
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Dennis P: I have a pair of these pants. I live on the Oregon coast where it is in the damp or wet 50 degree temp most of the year. I have ridden 6000 with the pants. The metal button slide system protects the fly zipper. All zippers are fully functional with no negative issues. Dec 2, 2013
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Daniel T: I don't know why they don't got the ykk. Dut dude I have been totally ripping these pants with an aspide textile jacket for like 2 years and the zipper is totally fine. Dec 2, 2013
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Benoit E: Hi ! I don't even know what kind of zippers they are using, but I have my Daneise pants for two seasons and yet they fit perfectly, no problem at all so far. Dec 2, 2013
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Alberto E: I use the pants with Dainese jackets for almost two years with no problems so far. I am very satisfied with the pants. Dec 2, 2013
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A shopper asked: Would these pants be cool enough to ride in the summer? Namely, 90+ degree weather? Aug 11, 2011
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Motozeke: I have ridden these in > 100 degree weather and < 40 degree weather (even without the D-Dry liner in). They perform well in both environments. You are going to sweat in them, but as long as I was moving it was good. Aug 10, 2012
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archkevinb: For summer/90+ degree weather, I would recommend mesh. But if you're going for something a little more versatile that offers more protection than jeans, then sure, with both liners out they'd be ok. Aug 15, 2011
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Brent R: I'm in southern Louisiana and was out the other day in midday with a heat index of 103. As long as I'm moving, I never felt uncomfortable. Definitely cooler than jeans and with better protection. Sep 6, 2013
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Bott: They are thick with no venting but better leather. Aug 17, 2011
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A shopper asked: I've got a 30" and a 34" inseam. With Dainese sizing it looks like I could either have the right length but with a 36" waist or the right waist and 3-4 inches too short. I would pretty much have to go by inseam length so my question is will that still fit alright? Oct 6, 2013
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Glenn A: The sizing on these pants is somewhat Odd, I am 6' 2" 210 lbs, I wear a 36 x 34 pant normally. I had originally purchased the 54 , fit well in waist but way too short, even with my tall riding boots. I returned and went with the 56 , length is better but the waist to too big, which is not a big deal since you can tightened the waist on each side. So they fit in length now. They are great riding pants, have not had them in heavy rain though, cannot comment on this. Hope this helps Oct 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: What fits well into the shape of the slot? Apr 25, 2013
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RevZilla: There is no way to access the hip foam in the Dainese D-System D-Dry Pants in order to remove and/or replace it with hip armor. Today my friend, the foam wins. May 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: are there alternate protection inserts that fit these pants, any D3O inserts, for example? Apr 6, 2013
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RevZilla: The D30 Armor won't work with the Dainese D-System D-Dry Pants but you do have the option of using the Dainese Mens Armor Kit E or Forcefield Replacement Knee Armor. Apr 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a new Ducati Diavel jacket made for Ducati by Dainese. Will the zipper fit it?

Feb 5, 2012
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RevZilla: All Dainese-manufactured jackets and pants have the same connection zipper, so as long as the Ducati Diavel jacket has a connection zipper, it will work. May 3, 2012
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A shopper asked: Like these pants and was wondering if my Alpinestars MX-1 leather jacket will also zip up to the waist of these pants. Jul 6, 2011
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Chris K: Unfortunately, no. Waist connection zippers only work within a brand. Jul 29, 2011
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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 Pant Sizing

Size Waist (cm) Hips (cm) Inseam (cm)  Outseam (cm) Height (cm)
44 76 90 77.8 101.3 168
46 80 94 79.2 103.2 171
48 84 98 80.6 105.1 174
50 88 102 82 107 177
52 92 106 83.4 108.9 180
54 96 110 84.8 110.8 183
56 101 114 86.2 112.7 186
58 105 118 86.2 113.2 187
60 109 122 86.2 113.7 188

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 551192 1674553-001-44 Out of Stock
Black / 46 551193 1674553-001-46 Out of Stock
Black / 48 551194 1674553-001-48 Out of Stock
Black / 50 551195 1674553-001-50 Out of Stock
Black / 52 551196 1674553-001-52 Out of Stock
Black / 54 551197 1674553-001-54 Out of Stock
Black / 56 551198 1674553-001-56 Out of Stock
Black / 58 551199 1674553-001-58 Out of Stock
Black / 60 551200 1674553-001-60 Out of Stock