Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Leather Suit
I bought this suit and it fits pretty well. It is a bit tight though. I am 6'0 and weigh about 185-190 lbs and I have a size 48. I usually wear a 32x32 in pants so I thought this would fit, but the fitment is actually right on the money, I should have gotten a size 50 for a bit more room. I would recommend going to the store and actually trying this on before purchasing it even though you can return it if it doesn't fit.
I did have a low side crash at the track and it barely did anything to the suit. Basically just scuffed the leather and the shoulder guard a bit.
December 1, 2013
Over the years I've always struggled with finding this the fit. All my previous jackets and pants and suit were all way to big even with a back protector. I decided to invest a little more money and checked out the Laguna Seca Pro 1 piece suit. I'm 5'6", 120lbs-I'm a pretty thin guy and bought this suit in a size 46 and it fits-AMAZING! I was blown away! The ventilation is really good it's snug in the arms and chest with a back protector. The the quad area it's slightly big, but that's due to having chicken legs so I've got padded shorts underneath which solved that problem. I'd recommend this for anybody, Street or track.
September 1, 2013
Awsome suit....who'd thought Kangaroo would feel soo good.....
OK.....years ago I started with Frank Thomas. Then Alpinestars. A month ago I go to try on a Dainese Laguna Seca 1 pc. Fitted GREAT. I ask the salesman what was the next step up. That fit even better. He then said the Trickster was the next best thing to the wheel. He also said IF I tried it on, I would want it. Dang if he wasn't right. This thing weighs half of what the leather suits weigh. So I ordered it. It came in and I went for a ride. The airflow was instantly noticable. The "fits like a glove" is an understatement. This is an even better suit than the 2k Dainese race suit, in my opinion. If you have the money, go try this suit on. If you don't have the money, DON'T try this suit on. Because fi you try it on, you will want it......TRUST ME........ride safe
August 20, 2013
Like a glove...
Awesome suit. I'm 5'7", 165 lbs, 39 in chest, 33" waist, 31" inseam and the size 50 fits like a glove. Fits a little snug but I'm sure it'll break in and fit perfect to fit a back protector. Great air flow and riding comfort. The black/fluorescent yellow looks awesome and good for hi-viz.
June 14, 2013
very comfortable compared to other track suits and great feel on leather
June 4, 2013
awesome suit, so glad i purchased it
After months of looking for a suit i finally decided on this one. Since i was going to pay up a good lump of money i wanted to make sure i got something that was great quality, good looks and something that offered protection. I got this delivered within days of ordering. I have never had a race suit before so i dont know how to compare it to lower/higher priced ones but all i can say is that this suit takes care of all my needs. Looks awesome, its fitted to my body which i really like a lot, has great ventilation and seems of really good quality. So far i've only worn it once on my bike and once you get going you dont really notice you have it on. One thing i would recommend is maybe using some thin socks that go past the knee since mine kind of rubs a little more than i like it now (could be the break-in period). I have other Dainese gear and once you match it up it comes together really well. Well worth the money so if you;re looking at this suit i would recommend you buying it. I like that it came with a cover so that you can store it and keep the dust away when not using it as well as some leather treatment.
May 28, 2013
The details first. I am 5'8" and 166lbs. I wear size 32 jeans. Size 52 euro is just right.
I could've worn a size 50 without ever using a back protector. Initially, the suit felt snug, but I understand that is the idea of a leather suit. After a track day and several canyon rides, the suit feels more comfortable. I have spent a lot of money on the excuses for not wearing one piece leathers. I have ridden in textile, two piece leathers, and riding jeans, it is no surprise a one piece leather suit performs better and I would recommend one if you are undecided. I suggest a race base layer to help getting in and out of the suit. I will continue to buy Dainese products from Revzilla. Excellent quality and Excellent customer service.
May 21, 2013
Not your typical euro fit...
I'm a little 'thicker' than most @ 69", and most of the time can't find a good fit in the thighs/butt/midsection. While the suit was a bit of a struggle to get on and off when I first bought it, it's already started to loosen up just enough to be very confortable. I spent two very long days at the track just after purchasing it, and by the end hardly noticed I was wearing it. The protection at the knees, elbows, and shoulders is confidence building. I also like the double zippers on the ankles, making it easier to get in and out of and to vent in between sessions. The zippers on the sleeves are long enough that it makes exit much easier as well. The venting is fantastic, both in front and on the hump. Track temps were well over 100, and I was very comfortable on the bike and not dying while on break (order white, which may have helped). I tried the A*'s GP-Pro for comparison, same size (52), and it was way too tight and the knees didn't seem to line up right. This suit is no joke, and while you can get cheaper alternatives I don't believe that you'll ever regret its purchase.
April 15, 2013