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Abhishek M: Wanted the best branded hi viz vestJun 7, 2015
Greg T: Exceptionally well made and highly visible (day or night)Sep 10, 2014
Aria S: I searched high and low for a Hi Viz vest before settling for this one. Iâ??ve been using it in regular basis without noticing any flaws or deterioration of quality. Even though you can find lower priced vests out there, you cannot find a better vest. Pay a little more now and get a product that outshines and outlast the others.Aug 4, 2014
A S: I wanted something to increase my night visibility. I have a Stradon jacket and it's got minimal reflective elements on extreme black. This should increase visibility without too much style sacrificed.May 28, 2014
Steven D:Min C I wear a large, or euro 52-54 Klim Badlands Pro Jacket, and have the Dainese high vis pro vest one size larger that I wear over that. With it's adjustable/laced sides I am able to adjust the Dainese Pro vest to a perfect fit. I would guess that with the amount of adjustment available on the vest that you could probably get away with purchasing the same size and letting the sides out on the vest as well as getting a size larger and cinching it up as necessary, all depending on the fit of your Jacket. If it was me I would opt for getting a size larger as I did and leave room for adjustment more towards it needing to be a bit larger to go over the jacket comfortably. Do have to say I love my vest, It is extremely well made with high quality materials, and makes me much more visible when I am on the road. If the fit is wrong Revzilla will always do what they can to make it right.
Min C:Thank you all. I am the original poster. I have it worked out. Actually someone who works at a D-Store (Dainese Store) in Germany told me the definitive answer. I have a Dainese Racing leather in 46. The size to go for in the vest is Small, or if you are another Dainese size, then go for your "natural" letter (S, M, L, etc) size. It fits just right. So on the tag on the vest is a chest size range, which was rated as 90-98cm. You see, it has bungee laces that allow you to cinch it more, or let it out. My Dainese jacket is about a 36-inch (92cm) chest, but with the back protector in, it would grow a bit. So the vest gives me more room to expand for the back protector. The vertical height of the vest is also right. Also, I have a non-Dainese textile winter jacket that is "fatter" over all, so the expansion will allow me to fit for that too. And, finally, given the laces, an XS would have worked as well, I think.Feb 24, 2014
Greg T:I wear an XXL comfortably over these mc jackets: - Rev'It Tornado Jacket, Size 54 - FirstGear Kilimanjaro Jacket, Size: Large - BMW Motorrad Rallye 3 Jacket, Size 54
The XXL fits me with no additional material flapping in the wind. It's exceptionally well made. You might be at least a size smaller (and Revzilla makes it simple to return for different size items, too.) Call them or write them - they're very helpful.Feb 18, 2014
Matthew W:To give at least one benchmark, I wear a size 52 Dianese Alien leather jacket and the medium vest fits over my jacket relatively tightly. It does the same over my medium Klim Badlands Pro jacket. I think I'm probably at the upper limit for comfortably wearing this vest over my jackets.
If you're a 46, I would suggest the medium as well. It will of course be a little looser, but I don't think it will be flapping around.Feb 18, 2014
Vlad A:Dainese products are cut slim, so its always best to get a size up from your usual S-XL US Made products. The Euro 46 would translate to a 36 US size equivalent; which I believe would put you in a Medium, but again due to sizing I would go with a Large since you are putting it over the jacket.Feb 18, 2014
Steven D:An XL would probably be the best choice. I'm not sure exactly how the European 56 equates to a Large in the Klim, but I wear a Large in the Badlands Pro, and have a XL Dainese High Vest to go over that. For me it was a perfect fit out of the box, but there is plenty of room for adjustment, in or out, with the lacing on the sides. I would say go one size larger so it isn't to tight, and If it's way to big, as long as you don't ride in it, I have no doubt that Revzilla will take care of you. I have to tell you I am really happy with the vest. I have had it for a little over a year, and it has been from CO to Ill and back via TX, OK, MO and KS, as well as making a round trip from CO through UT, NM, AZ, NV, CA, up the coast to Seaside OR, and back to CO through WA, ID, WY and NE. Everything from sun to rain and snow and it still looks like new. It is made extremely well, but most importantly I have had quite a few people say they couldn't miss me, both day and night. That keeps the wife happy, and if she is happy i'm still riding. If it ever wears out, I will be disappointed if I can't replace it. Good luck, and keep the rubber side down!Apr 29, 2014
Kartik A:I am not sure if XL would be too large, but to give you an idea. I wear a size 48 Dainese jacket underneath, and I picked the medium size, that fits perfect ! Also, there are draw strings that run down the sides, that can be pulled for a more snug fit over your riding jacket. Hope this helps.Apr 29, 2014
Greg T:All 3 of my jackets are size 54. I found that the Dianese Gilet High Visibility Pro Reflective Vest, Size XXL was the best fit. The sizing is deceptive (not intentionally so.) You need to be able to move effortlessly in the jacket while you have the vest zipped up.Dec 28, 2014