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nice and cozy
used this with the long johns on a recent highway + trail ride in the low 40's and was kept nice and toasty the whole way. it's very comfortable, so you don't notice you're wearing it, which is often the case with some warm layers.
definitely a little expensive, but it does the job it promises to do.
November 25, 2013
Very comfortable base layer
I usually find that Dainese requires you to order 1 size smaller. This warm shirt however is true to size. In terms of comfort, I don't find any problems wearing it. Usually I itch when wearing certain fabrics however, I find this shirt fits you like a glove.
In terms of protection and air flow....I view this as protection from the cold elements, in mild winters you can use this instead of putting a thermal liner on your jacket which can come very handy. Overall, it's a great jacket and I would recommend anybody who is an all year rider to get it.
October 25, 2013
Warm and Comfortable
Garment is very sheer and is exceptionally comfortable. I found my UnderArmour gear to be very comfortable and this garment is even better than that for the motorcycle application.
It keeps the core very warm without getting ridiculously hot when the ambient temperature rises. When used with open vents or perforation on a jacket, it lets air sufficient to cooling flow through. In this way, it is not a wind-stopping garment and isn't supposed to be.
It is inclined to pilling (without touching any hook-and-loop, which would probably be that much more pronounced). Just the normal friction of the piece under a race jacket will cause some pilling; in fact, there's a poorly translated disclaimer to this extent included with the garment.
I notice that the branding (the Dainese logo) is a bit amateurish; that's usually not the case with Dainese gear because the company is extremely sensitive to brand perception.
All in all, this is like most Dainese gear. It is high quality, high performance, and high price.
July 5, 2013
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John G: Style, warmth and quality of material.Nov 21, 2013
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