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Terry N: Great reviews, dianese reputationOct 14, 2014
Thomas N: It looked like a quality shirt to keep me warm this winterAug 24, 2014
Petrina P: same reason i bought the pantsJul 30, 2014
John G: Style, warmth and quality of material.Nov 21, 2013
A S asked:is Dainese Evolution Warm Shirt good to use in my home country (united arab emirates-- DUBAI) the temperature over there is above 40 C , in summer and between 10 C to 20C in winter???Jan 9, 2014
Pedro Rogerio M:Hello A S I rode in both situations. In pampa (Argentina), the temperatures are around 35 C. The Shirt is very good because keep you dry. When I wore common T-Shirts in hot environment, I allways rode wet. In south of Chile, the temperatures are around 5 C. I wore Dainese Shirt, one Revit windstopper and one Zebra armour. I did not felt cold, even riding around 160 km/h with this temperature. Take care with velcros of jaquets, because scratch the shirt. The material of shirt is very sensible to velcros. I will buy another dainese shirt soon.Jan 10, 2014
Sylvain P:I'm located in Canada where we get much lower temperatures in the winter. I usually ride when as cold as 2 or 3 C. I also have a full Dainese jacket and pant suit. That combination, suit and shirt, makes it quite warm and comfortable for me here. Unfortunately, I usually have to stop riding in November because of the snow. I left for work this morning at -30 C. Hope my information will help you make a decision.Jan 10, 2014
FNU W:The evolution is really good for spring and fall weather. You may want to use it as a base layer in addition to a lined jacket when you ride during the lower temperatures you specified. I wouldn't wear this for 40 degree centigrade weather. I would look into a casual shirt and a textile jacket for the summer. Hope this helps!Jan 9, 2014
Michael S asked:Does anyone know how well this performs under a perforated leather jacket? I'd like to use something like this with my Icon Overlord jacket for weather around mid 30's to mid 40's in 50mph riding conditions. Also looking to keep wind out of course.Oct 24, 2013
im using this shirt and the pants for almost half year, must say it is helping me a lot keeping me hot and comfort, im driving around 600 mils a week in a similar condition like yours. im using a dainese leather suite but i guess it is the same effect. this shirt is not design to stop wind just keep you warm and it is quite delicate, any contact with scotch will leave a mark on it.
if you take care of it, it will serve you well, i do recommend buying it.
Thomas D:With a perforated leather you'll be pretty cold. the warm shirt doesn't block wind. I commute 50 miles in the morning and it is and bought a different base layer that blocks wind when it started dipping into the high 50's.
I have a leather perforated alpinstar gp-r and ride a cbr600rrOct 24, 2013
Michael M asked:has anyone purchased this shirt and he Rukka Outlast? Trying to decide between the two. Riding mostly in Texas winters around 40 F and a little colder. Which one is warmer and/or more comfortable? Any input is greatly appreciated. Also getting the pants as well. Again, Rukka or Dianese?Dec 1, 2014
Faraz S:Have no experience with the Rukka outlast. But I have used the dainese myself for 2 winters and its performance is very good. Would definitely recommend to my brother if he is buying once for himself. RegardsJan 13, 2015