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The Dainese D-System EVO Pants are a staple in the Dainese lineup, offering an ideal all-weather touring option that pairs well with any Dainese jacket. Featuring a removable, waterproof D-Dry liner and air vents on the thighs, the D-System EVO Pants perform in almost any weather condition.
Composite knee protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Standard
Pro Shape soft protectors certified to Standard EN 1621.1 at sides
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Removable breathable waterproof D-Dry membrane
Zipper at calf
Jacket-trousers fastening system
Air inlets with closing by zippers and buttons on the thighs
Knee/shin armor has limited adjustability
2 outside pockets on front
Rear external pocket
Denoted as Dainese P. D-System EVO D-Dry in Dainese catalog
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virgil W: style and protection they fit well and seem to be a good riding pants for all seasons.Mar 21, 2015
A S: Wanted an pair of "airy" pants for warm weather, and still have waterproofing. This fits the bill.Nov 28, 2014
Joshua B: I tried the AGV Sport Telluride H2O Vented Pants and the Tour Master Flex Pants and was not satisfied with the quality of either. The Dainese D-System Evo D-Dry are above and beyond in quality of materials and workmanship. The knee armor is more substantial and properly aligned. These are very comfortable, quality pants.Oct 21, 2014
Michael M: Why I chose this item? I want to wear and be comfortable in this product all year round if possible. I am hoping this 'European' style garment fits my thin frame well. Dainese appears to maintain high quality in their clothing manufacturing process.Jul 1, 2014
tiago s: After a a dDry Jacket, this would be perfect.Jun 10, 2014
Carlos A: looks great and is all-weatherMay 9, 2014
James P: I have other models of their pants and like them.Apr 17, 2014
Jennifer K:I'm going to start by saying that it probably depends on how you size them, but in my case, with the liner I can comfortably wear long underwear for colder days, and I might be able to pull off a pair of jeans, but I probably wouldn't be too comfortable. Without the liner, I can wear them with pretty much whatever I like as long as the waist still fits.Oct 10, 2014
Carlos A:I do not think so, I were this for 12 days in Spain this month only in my briefs and work fine. It will be hard to put it with pants on… Great pants to ride fully waterproof without the inner part...Oct 9, 2014
Joshua B:man, your inseam must be lengthier than the size chart shows. The pants do cinch down around the waist quite a bit and I did find the length to be generous enough to touch my ankles while sitting in the mid-tuck position on my particular bike. RevZilla returns are hassle-free if you're willing to pay the return shipping but you may be in for a custom tailored pant.Nov 3, 2014
Wonseok H:The best way is to try it on and see if it fits. I'm 125 lbs and wearing 30/32 jeans. I bought 46 it fits nicely. I would check the inseam and choose the size based on it. It is important that the knee protectors should be right on your knees. Hope this answer is helpful. Cheers!Nov 4, 2014
Jamaal T:I recently purchased these in a size 52. I am 5'10", 200lbs, 34" waste, muscular thighs. For me, while standing, the knee guards don't cover about 1/2" of the top of my knee cap, but while in riding position, they fit perfectly. Nov 19, 2014
Rene L:Watch the Dianese how to Measure video on Revzilla, its pretty accurate. They have the D-Dry Liner so when you take the liner out they do seem a bit on the loose side. If you don't need the DDRy liner go for the AirDrakes.Nov 5, 2014
Alan C asked:Looking for a Dainese pant for warm weather rides with D-Dry protection for sudden summer T'storms. Do you folks recommend these for warm (up to 90 degree F) rides? Thanks in advance.Jul 21, 2014
Jennifer K:I got these pants early this season and have worn them in the cold and hot (up past 80 F at least), and I will say that riding in the heat doesn't really bother me if I'm moving. If you're planning on doing a lot of city stop-and-go riding, or you're planning on stopping and not changing out of them before having a picnic or something, you will probably sweat quite a bit. If you're talking highways, etc. then opening flap on the front to the mesh below (without the liner) has been enough for me (though they can get sticky if you're already sweaty). If it's over 90 and raining, I have no idea what it would be like.
Overall, I'm happy with these, even in summer, but I haven't ridden with any others as comparison
Andrew H:I think they will be fine as long as the waterproof liner is removed and the vents are open. With the liner in, they can be pretty warm, but with it out and the vents open they flow a good amount of air for me. I've been in fairly warm temperatures in these pants and been comfortable.Sep 24, 2014
Shaun T:I think you would find them a bit warm. The waterproof part is the removable liner, so while they might be cool enough with the liner out and vents poem, you would get wet. Then again, if it's 90 out you will probably be dry again pretty quickly!Jul 21, 2014
Gavin B:I'm not sure about which Dainese boots that would work well but I can say make sure they are relatively slim boots at the calf and cinch up nice and tight (without being uncomfortable).
I have Alpinestar SMX-5 waterproof's and I find if I don't have them cinched up nice and tight they interfere with the shin protectors which get caught on the tops of the boots and ride up. They are reasonably bulky at the top the SMX-5's, something slimmer at the top may be a little more user friendly.
As long as I cinch them with the velcro there's no issue so it's fine, just something to be wary of. The knee/shin protectors are quite sturdy in the pants too so another option could be to look at a shorter boot.May 15, 2014
Wonseok H:It is actually a bit shorter than I thought . I'm wearing 30-30 for my jeans and ordered size 46. It fits nicely. When I put D-Dry membrane inside, the pants and protectors fit as well.Jan 19, 2014
Gavin B:Size guide is pretty in my opinion, I'm typically a 32/33" waist and 33" leg and the size 50 fits well, slightly on the short side you could argue but only when your crouched on the bike they pull up a little bit, nothing to speak of really and the knee protectors are pretty much where they should be.Jan 19, 2014
A shopper asked:what is the main differences between the Dainese New Drake Air Textile Pants and the Dainese D-System EVO D-Dry Pants? They look very similar other than the liner? Along with other who ride in both hot and cold temperature's... I ride year round.Apr 23, 2015
grant l:The pants are pretty much the same. I hardly ever use the liner, and I also ride year-round in Canada, so it gets mighty cold up here! I find putting the liner in kind of fussy, so I wear thermal underwear in the cold. The pants are pretty water-resistant on their own - I've never been wet after riding even in pouring rain.Apr 25, 2015
Keith B:I don't have them in front of me, but iirc that are not that easily removed as they have velcro tabs that hold them inside a tight fit pocket. I have never removed them because im not sure i could them back in. That said, they are the same size knee pads in my other mens dainese textile pants.Dec 22, 2014