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Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Leather Suit
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Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Perforated Leather Race Suit

Innovation and practicality: the new Laguna Seca Pro one-piece suit with its streamlined, modern design is enhanced with technical solutions developed through decades of experience and work with motorcycle racing’s greatest champions. Excellence in protection is ensured by the use of special D-Skin leather, co-injected shoulders, aluminum inserts, and composite protectors on the elbows, knees, and shins. Ergonomics and freedom of movement are ensured by bi-axial elasticated inserts, suit-boots fastening, and inserts in S1 fabric. The aerodynamic hump with air inlet, localized perforation, and the new removable NanoFeel liner help ensure elevated comfort levels even during the most competitive riding scenarios.


  • Composite protections certified.
  • Co-injected shoulder with aluminum insert.

Abrasion and Tear Resistance

  • D-Skin leather.
  • S1 fabric.

Comfort Ergonomics

  • One-Piece design
  • Suit to boot fastening system.
  • Bi-axial elasticated insert system.
  • Double calf zip.
  • Inserts in elasticated fabric.
  • Elasticated inserts.
  • Collar with elasticated inserts.

Temperature Regulation

  • Ventilation system with hump and air inlets and duction.
  • Leather with localized perforation
  • NanoFeel removable liner.


  • Aerodynamic spoiler.
  • Soft inserts.
  • Replaceable sliders.
  • Internal pocket.
  • Garment bag provided.
  • Protection and Cleaning kit.

Listed as the Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Estivo in the Dainese catalog

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Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Leather Suit 4.9 5 29 29
great 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
best investment! 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
great comfort 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
Excellent investment 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
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Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Leather Suit
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Daphanie C: Dainese. The colorway and the vented aero hump on the back. Apr 8, 2014
Khanh T: Love the color, the style and fitment.. feel like a pro on the track.. Aug 20, 2013
ryan m asked: Hi I really like Dainese gear.

I am looking for a track day suit with occasional street riding full suit (90% of the time it will be used for track days). What is most important to me is safety then comfort then value. Can you please recommend some some Dianese/ Alpinestar products (full suit, gloves, boots (inner suit outer suit) and back protector)?

I am 5'8 150.

Thank you

Sep 6, 2013
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Javier S: Hi Ryan,
I'm about 5'7" - 5’8” / 155 lbs, purchased Dainese Size 50 US with Alpinestars Bionic back protector / Medium / CE 2, and use the Alinestar GP Pro gloves, I think they are Mediums.

I managed to do a road trip up to the actual RevZilla store to try on the suit since I’m very particular about trying things on before I buy them, so it was worth the ride. The 50 US fit perfectly, and my friend who is about 5'10" / 160lbs also tried it on and fits him great too. Thanks to the U-strech pannels it wraps around you well regardless of your body type. I tried it on with a few different back protectors. I ended up purchasing the Alpinestar Bionic Race back protector. Overall the suit is true to size especially once you’re on your bike after a quick breakin. The difference between the D-Skin leather and regular suit leather is noticeable.

I actually wore the suit home, a 3 hour ride with traffic from Philly to DC, in about 84 degree weather. Vents worked well and I didn’t feel hot at all, although I wouldn’t recommend wearing a track suit for that long on a 150 mile ride again. The suit is very comfortable as long as you are wearing some underarmor heat gear which keeps you cool and keeps the leather from biting your skin.

I've even had the chance to test them out in the dirt, grass and pavement, and the suit looks practically new after cleaning it and oiling it.

Good luck with your search.

Sep 11, 2013
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Amit G: Hi Ryan!

I bought this suit myself and have found that it vents very well, fits beautifully and after a few sessions conforms to the body quite well.

I would recomment that if you're after safety, you've got the right idea in getting a back protector, the more you have between you and the road without compromising movement and comfort, the better! I ended up getting a dianese back protector as well.

In the end, all the products conform to standards, but your safety is in your hands and how well you're trained on the road and well practiced you are with your machine. Go for track day training sessions (if you're not already a seasoned rider, and EVEN if you are).

I would recommend this suit however in terms of price point quality and safety.

Go for it!

Sep 11, 2013
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A s: I am 5'7" and 140, and my laguna seca suit is a perfect fit (size 46). It is an outstanding track day suit. I would not wear it on the street since it would seem completely out of place (I'm on the east coast of the US). Something more understated would be appropriate for the street.

I also recommend the Dainese TRQ Race Out Air Boots. These are outstanding: comfortable, functional and can be put on (and removed) using only one zipper along the back. Compared to all the other boots which require lacing with fishing lines, etc., you simply cannot beat this footwear.

Good luck.

Sep 11, 2013
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Jeff K: Hi Ryan,

I did buy this suit from Revzilla and use it frequently.

I would have loved to answer your question but Revzilla missed out on a great opportunity buy not hiring me recently. I think it is kind of funny because now they want my input. It is a shame because they have lost my business.

Let me know if you're going to purchase elsewhere at jbkralovec at gmail dot com.

Good luck.

Sep 11, 2013
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Joshua E: I have the dainese Laguna vented, and it is a pretty sweet choice. It's.really tight on me, I'm 6ft and 175lbs. I have size 52 my only complaint is that it squishes my balls when I'm walking around but fits perfect when riding. Sep 11, 2013
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young-ju k: It's a leather suit with plastic and pads. Oh, and some aluminum shoulder sliders. And some holes in it so you don't stink too much. It costs a lot of money. Sep 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: New to buying suits, not sure if they usually come with pucks/sliders Mar 6, 2012
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ApeLuvr: Yep, you get everything with this suit, almost all come with sliders already stuck on with velcro... May 7, 2012
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RevZilla: The Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Leather Suit comes equipped with knee slider pucks. May 2, 2012
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avatar: yes the knee sliders do come with the suit. the sliders are also replaceable May 28, 2013
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Javier: Yes, most all nice suits do. May 8, 2012
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Loupe: Yes, it is. Mar 29, 2012
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Daytona675: Yes Mar 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: I am 5'10" and weigh 135 lbs. 36-37" chest 31/32 waist/inseam, any suggestions for a size? Sep 22, 2014
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Justin R: Did you measure your chest with a big breath in your lungs and your arms out to somewhat flex your lats? If not, you should.

If you aren't very muscular, you could squeeze into a 48 assuming you have outer boots (aka, not dainese in-suit boots).

If you have inner boots, you will require the extra length that the 50 provides.

Furthermore, if you have a very thick back protector or wear a TON of armor, you might want the 50 for that extra room but again that depends on the accuracy of your chest measurement stated above.
Sep 23, 2014
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Joshua E: I have a size 52 and I'm 5'11 175lbs. It was tight at first but fits great now that it's stretched a bit. When not in a tuck on the bike it feels like it's gonna squish my balls out, but I bought it for the track and it fits great when I'm on the bike and that's what matters. Sep 26, 2014
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Jeff K: I'm 5'8" 130 pounds and the 44 is snug but ideal for a racing suit. I would not recommend it for anyone taller. Sep 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: If I measure as a size 50 according to the Dainese size chart, should I size up to make room for a chest and back protector to size 52? Feb 14, 2012
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Bob B.: Best case scenario would be to try on the jacket with back+chest protector if you can. I've noticed that Dainese jackets can vary a little in their fit even at the same size across their lines.

For instance, the Racing jacket fits me much closer than the D-System jacket. At a 50 I'd have plenty of room for a back+chest in the D-System, but only have room for back in the Racing jacket. In addition, I could wear a 48 in the Racing jacket without the back protector. So one size up worked in this case.

If you can't try on the Dainese jacket, it is more race orientated (Avro, Racing, Delmar), and you are going to ride with chest + back protector much of the time going up a size would be a good approximate gauge. Hope that helps.
Feb 27, 2012
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RevZilla: Actually, Dainese's race suits are meant to fit the same with or without a back protector. Unless you are using one of the super-thick kind (like the Forcefield Pro Sub 4), the fitment shouldn't change. The suit will definitely be tight when you first receive it, however, they do break in a good deal after the first few uses. May 2, 2012
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ApeLuvr: What is your chest size? I am a 38/39 and have a 50 and it is definitely snug but will be perfect once broken in... May 7, 2012
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A shopper asked: I bought a size 48EU and the fit is pretty tight. I'm 5'7", 155-160lbs. According to the size chart I fit all the classifications of a 48 minus the chest size; I have a 39" chest. I haven't tried the suit with a back protector yet, but I'd be quite surprised if I could manage to fit one in- that's how tight this suit feels. I have to lean forward to zip up the front. I've never owned a 1-piece before and am not 100% sure the 48 is the right size. I have a racing pelle jacket and it's in a size 48EU. That too was pretty tight, but it broke in fine. Should I stick with the 48 or maybe go with the 50? Oct 19, 2011
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Bob B.: How does the suit fit on the bike you plan on tracking? It needs to be close fitting, but not uncomfortable to you. If you're straining at all to use bike controls then the suit is too tight. It'll give over time, but not that much.

On a side note...I'm around the same size as you but slightly taller 5'10". My suit size is 50EU in Dainese with a T-Pro back protector. It's snug, but is comfortable at the track.
Oct 19, 2011
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DaineseLuvRR: I sat on a bike at the store I tried it on at and it felt fine in riding position. When I'm hunched over my chest, like everyone elses, slims. I don't feel like there's any restriction in the riding position. I'm just afraid I might be stretching the suit out too much. When I tried on a size 50 racing pelle I immediately knew it was a size too large due to the sleeve length. Oct 20, 2011
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ApeLuvr: I am 5'6/ 5'7 and 150 and need a 50, I think the 48 would be REALLY tight on you, especially with your back/chest protection in...
Funny thing is I also have a Dainese jacket in a 48 with plenty of room but the suit in a 50 is tight...
May 7, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hello, I'm planning on purchasing a dainese laguna seca pro. I'm honestly confused since I fall between two numbers of sizes. my hieight would be less than a 46 and my chest would be a 48.

I'd really appreciate any help from someone who falls in the same measurements range as me. or some of the helpful experienced revzilla representatives too.

here are all of my measurements:

Height 165 cm, 5'5 -5'6 feet/inches
outseam 104 cm, 40.9 inches
hips 90 cm, 35.5 inches
waist 82 cm, 32.2 inches
chest 92 cm, 36.22 inches
inseam 74 cm, 29.1 inches <== ( could be a bit more )

Thank you so much in advance,
Feb 21, 2013
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Gary68114: Omar:

I'm not sure if this will help you as I'm not the same size as you. But I do have a little experience with test fitting the Laguna Seca Pro suit. The Laguna Seca Pro suit seems to run a bit small in the upper torso.

I wear a Dainese Portland 2 jacket in a size 50 and can fit my chest/back protector under it with no problem.

On the other hand, I was unable to get into either a size 52 or size 54 Laguna Seca Pro suit as I was unable to get it completely up and over my shoulders and close the main zipper. It seemed as if the upper torse was a little short for me or the shoulders were a little small for me (and I'm not necessarily a big guy).

The staff at Revzilla should be able to help you with sizing as they have a lot of experience.

Good luck!
Mar 4, 2013
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DaineseLuvRR: I have this suit in a size 48 and I'm 5'7" 160-165lbs 39" chest with a 29" inseam. It fits spot on, pretty tight. I think I'm at the upper limits for the suit's size capacity. Point being, my chest is an inch larger than the suits designated limit. The accordian panels help the suit stretch to accomodate my excess girth. I also wear a 48 in my new delmar jacket; it too fits snug. Hope this helps, but your demure stature matched with your chest size might require a custom fitment to avoid excess material in the legs and arms. Apr 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hello,
I've been wearing a Laguna Seca suit for the last few years. I'm about 5'8", 170lbs, and a 29" inseam. I had to a get a size 54 in the original Laguna Seca suit due to my shoulders and chest. It looks like the new Laguna Seca Pro suit has a lot more stretch in the areas I was having problems with. Considering I was borderline with the original version, I'm thinking I might be able to get away with a size 52 in the new model. Can you comment on how much difference those stretch panels make over the original?

Jan 3, 2012
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ApeLuvr: I don't know, I am 5'6/ 5'7 and about 150 with the same inseam and a 38-39 chest. I went with a 50 and even that is tight on me without my back protector in. Until the suit is fully broken in it is going to be REALLY tight with my protector in (almost too tight.) If you have another inch or two on me with another 20 pounds I don't know if the 52 would cut it...
Just my .02,
May 7, 2012
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ADVJason: The new Laguna Seca will fit very similarly to the previous model. The elasticated stretch panels are designed to allow shoulder stretch and articulation. The chest circumference and shoulder width should be the same. Jan 16, 2012
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We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chest: Measure from under/top of armpit across chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Mens Dainese Race Suit Sizing

Size Chest (cm) Waist (cm) Hips (cm) Inseam (cm)  Outseam (cm) Height (cm)
44  88 76 90 77.8 101.3 168
46  92 80 94 79.2 103.2 171
48  96 84 98 80.6 105.1 174
50  100 88 102 82 107 177
52  104 92 106 83.4 108.9 180
54  108 96 110 84.8 110.8 183
56  112 101 116 86.2 112.7 186
58  116 105 120 86.2 113.2 187
60  120 109 124 86.2 113.7 188

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Dainese Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Magnesium / 44 546677 1513308-L00-44 Out of Stock
Black/Magnesium / 46 546678 1513308-L00-46 Out of Stock
Black/Magnesium / 48 546679 1513308-L00-48 Out of Stock
Black/Magnesium / 50 546680 1513308-L00-50 Out of Stock
Black/Magnesium / 52 546681 1513308-L00-52 Out of Stock
Black/Magnesium / 54 546682 1513308-L00-54 Out of Stock
Black/Magnesium / 56 546683 1513308-L00-56 Out of Stock
Black/Magnesium / 58 546684 1513308-L00-58 Out of Stock
Black/Magnesium / 60 546685 1513308-L00-60 Out of Stock
White/Black / 44 546686 1513308-601-44 Out of Stock
White/Black / 46 546687 1513308-601-46 Out of Stock
White/Black / 48 546688 1513308-601-48 Out of Stock
White/Black / 50 546689 1513308-601-50 Out of Stock
White/Black / 52 546690 1513308-601-52 Out of Stock
White/Black / 54 546691 1513308-601-54 Out of Stock
White/Black / 56 546692 1513308-601-56 Out of Stock
White/Black / 58 546693 1513308-601-58 Out of Stock
White/Black / 60 546694 1513308-601-60 Out of Stock