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Dainese Laguna Seca Textile Jacket
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Dainese Laguna Seca Textile Jacket

Sporty style and aggressive looks define the Dainese Laguna Seca jacket collection. These jackets are highly versatile and comfortable thanks to a removable thermal lining, air vents on the sleeves, patented Microelastic inserts and to adjustability at the waist, neck and wrists.

Safety is provided by certified composite removable protectors and by the option of fitting a Dainese back protector (sold separately). Reflective inserts ensure high visibility and the Sanitized lining ensures hygiene.

Protection:

  • Composite protectors certified to Standard EN1621.1

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Duratex fabric
  • Removable thermal liner
  • Air vents on the sleeves
  • Sanitized lining
  • Microelastic elasticated inserts
  • Neck adjustment
  • Waist adjustment
  • Wrist adjustment
  • Jacket-trousers fastening system

Other:

  • Pocket for G1 and G2 back protector
  • Reflective inserts
  • 2 outer pockets
  • Pocket on removable liner
  • Internal pocket
  • Denoted as Dainese G. Laguna Seca Tex in Dainese catalog
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Dainese Laguna Seca Textile Jacket 4.7 5 26 26
very good jacket i really enjoy the styling of this jacket it maybe a little bit tight for some guys out there, but even then this jacket feels great and its a true 4 season jacket, you may want a dedicated summer jacket though as i feel the air flow might not be enough to keep you cool. but the jacket is very protective the only small cons is the wrist snaps are hard to use with gloves on and the collar is very high so it may chaif your neck after awhile, also not a big con but the jacket is a little short and may barely make it to your waist but its very confortable and protective and i feel like the price is hard to beat. November 8, 2014
Looks and feels great, fits slightly small. This is the first jacket I've owned. After trying on the standard black colored, bland styled and large fitting fare of other brands, I was drawn to Dainese for their aggressive and body contoured design. I initially purchased a 48 going off of the chest and arm measurement chart (6'0", 165 lbs with a 38ish inch chest) but returned it for a 50. I should have known better after watching the video review (Revzilla was amazing; I think they shipped my first jacket, processed the return and shipped the second one in a matter of 6 days). First off, the styling of this jacket is awesome. I got the red/black to stand out a bit more than the usual blacks and greys of others. It looks fantastic. The air flow and insulation have been great in the varying hot to freezing fall temperatures of Cincinnati. I don't anticipate any issue with adding another layer and taking this baby well into colder months. Protection level feels good and thankfully has yet to be field tested. If I had to list any cons they would be associated with the buttons and waist trim. This jacket sits right at waist level by design and has adjustable waist straps to prevent it from riding up. That said, the straps along the waist, and the adjustable neck and wrists can be a little finicky and become loose or unfastened during wear. The design elements are all there and quite functional, just not as polished or form fitting as I'd imagine you'd get in something more expensive. Overall a 4.5 out of 5. Definitely fitted for a slimmer build. Watch the video review or for any other similar Dainese jacket and note the sizing modeled. For the level of protection and styling, I can't imagine a better jacket for the money. It's warm, feels very sturdy and looks awesome. Can't give it a perfect score simply because of my ignorance towards products in a similar price range. November 1, 2014
Great Jacket For The Price. When you consider what you are getting for the money, you got to realize how great it is. That said, it isn't perfect so let me cover my own personal concerns. The Bad: - I am a very athletic/muscular build. About 5'10 and 180 lbs. Now that isn't bragging, as much as setting up that this jacket despite some of the adjustable parts still runs small/tight. I did the sizing chart on the scale for chest size, and I definitely had to return and go up a size. The only reason I didn't go up two sizes is because I wanted the elbow armor to fit where it should and not be too far down the sleeve for me. When you put in the thermal liner you have even less space. - It's hard to get on. I don't know what it is, but the material both on the regular inner and thermal liner makes it stick/cling to your skin. And if you are sweaty, good luck getting it on or off. Also because of this material if you are just standing or going at low speeds it gets VERY hot in the jacket. - It has an inner pocket, but when you put the thermal liner in it covers the pocket and it doesn't have a pocket of its own so you lose a tiny bit of functionality. The Good: - The cooling/venting is very good once you get to speed. The arm vents do an amazing job, I am so thankful they are there. It is a game changer and a must on my next jacket. - The cut/look is fantastic in person. - Once it is on, it is very comfortable minus the heat issue. I attribute that to everything being able to flex appropriately. - The armor. For $250 you're getting elbow/forearm and shoulder armor. I took a spill not too long ago at low speeds but the armor on the elbow saved the day! Lastly, considering my accident I did get slightly hurt at the side/upper hip area. I do not know if other jackets have armor there and I certainly won't knock this jacket for not having it, but I would love if they covered that region for future products. Great jacket I'm still happy with it! October 26, 2014
Perfect sizing for smaller guys. Finally! I have purchased jackets from other companies. 1st gear. Scorpion. Everything is way too big for me. I'm a small asian guy. 5'6" with a 32" chest. Everything made in America is just way too big for me. I decided to spend more money and this size 44 Dianese was PERFECT! Fits me like a glove! Looks like I will always have to buy Dianaese to fit me from now on. Based on the sizing charts and previous reviews Dianese runs smaller, and that's a good thing for me and any other smaller guy out there! October 23, 2014
Great jacket for the price I'll probably buy Dainese stuff til I stop riding. Great fit and a great price. Next stop is a good Dainese leather jacket. I'm 5'9" and 170lbs. I'm a size 52. October 13, 2014
Dainese -Quality is top notch as expected -Very comfortable -Style is up to Dainese standards, I get a lot of compliments and questions about the jacket -Protection - offers plenty and the option to upgrade/add -Airflow - if you wear a backpack you'll flow a little less air, this jacket is pretty warm just walking around or sitting still at light in 85 degrees plus. Once you get moving though it flows a ton of air. The vents cool your back, chest, and arms very effectively. -Fitment - well I'm 6'1" 185lbs with a slim build and a 52 is PERFECT even in a full tuck position. I'd advise doing your measurements and calling the revzilla team. I actually bought a 52 & 54, tried both on then returned the 54 without issues. October 13, 2014
I Recommend Dainese for the fit. If you are an athletic but slim build, It is the best fit. I have a Dainese air flux summer jacket and it is superbly comfortable, Perfect fit, Beautiful design and Better in person. Took over 6 weeks to arrive from Italy, even though not made IN Italy. I did purchase from another supplier so no diss on RZA. Nonetheless very happy. Even though slacking in a lot of areas. I have tried on and even purchased other well known brands only to find them ridiculously uncomfortable and cheaply made. Decided to stick with Dainese for a jacket for the rest of the year. Well, I still will purchase Dainese, but will step up to the D-dry in hopes it is more comfortable and is closer to the pictures shown. I have the all black version of the standard Laguna Seca. First of all, it has a snap neck closure with no soft lining and fake (assumingly) leather wrap. Same for the wrists. It has NONE of the color accents shown in the picture. It is ALLLLL black except the Dainese Devil Logo stitching. Not a big deal, but on top of that, the fabric is completely different than what is shown. So basically it is a pretty plain, boring, over priced black jacket that isn't water-proof, but fits nicely. I see the D-dry version at least has a soft lined neck with a velcro closure, and hopefully looks similar to the picture. I can only assume it's the same fabric as mine, but might be worth the money. Btw, the video claims it as "just over 200." come on, its WELL over that. And get the price adjusted to meet the competition at least.... First time I have been a bit disappointed with RevZilla. September 26, 2014
I love it Had to send the first one back, too small in spite of the fact that I went off the size chart. Definitely euro fit. Once I got the right size though it fits like a glove and provides that extra sense of security. Only downside, I got the white one and the smashed bugs really show up on it! August 1, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Alice A. S: My son selected this jacket; he likes the style and the features. Dec 15, 2014
Travis K: As a second jacket, I will try to use this as much as I can all season; but primarily for winter with it's thermal lining. Nov 11, 2014
Nicolas C: Summer in the streets of LA is no joke. Reported temps have reached close to mid 90s. Add to that all the concrete and metal, and if feels like triple digits. I've only ever worn leather since I started riding 3 years ago. This is my first textile jacket. My other choice was the Air-3 because it vents more air. But with LA drivers, I didn't want to sacrifice too much safety for comfort. Positive reviews from AZ customers sold me on this jacket. Jul 9, 2014
Lyndon N: Great pricing on this jacket! Jun 9, 2014
Kyle T: Great styling known quality and good price. May 28, 2014
BRADLY J: Great jacket so far; was looking for something durable that can be stretched 3-4 seasons. It has held up in 80+ weather without the liner and sub 50-55ish with the liner and my body wasnt cold at all. I got a size 52 and these are true to the sporty fit. Im 185lbs 5'8 and athletically built. the 52 is perfect. I can fit a light(emphasis on light) hoody with the liner installed. Overall awesome jacket that looks and feels great Apr 24, 2014
Sam M: Looking for an inexpensive but stylish first motorcycle jacket that provided extra warmth when needed with its thermal layer. Mar 3, 2014
VICTOR RICARDO G asked: Hello , I would like to buy this jacket , but I've never bought into European size . I am a size L , which size should choose for this type of jacket ??

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Nov 11, 2014
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Anthony G: I would stick to the same size but note that it will feel like a "slim fit", similar to a "slim fit" shirt vs a "normal" shirt. If you do not like a slim fitting cut then you may consider going up in size. There is a removable liner that comes with the jacket and most of the time I ride I do not have the liner in so that gives it a roomier feel. As well there are removable shoulder and elbow padding. There is a insert for a removable back protector. With all these things in place the jacket still fits with my normal size just a bit more sung with everything vs. looser without all that extra stuff. Hope this helps. Nov 11, 2014
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Thomas R. F: I am 5-11, 155 lbs, 33 waist and bought this jacket in a 50, perfect fit. I add protection to all my jackets. I think that makes a jacket fit a little snug. I usually wear a medium. I don't know how much that helps on size but this jacket is well made. Of the 5 jackets I own this is by far the best fit, lots of compliments. I got the black white and red. Besides if you do order the wring size Revzilla will take it back. Revzilla rocks ! Nov 11, 2014
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Anthony Z: I'm normally a size L as well. 52 for race fit (Snug) or 54 (for a comfort, still contoured-not loose fit). My chest measure is 42 inch and waist (round the belly button) is 36 in, i'm about 190 pounds and 6 feet tall, the 54 was a comfortable fit. if you want a race fit, then go to the 52-if your dims match mine it will be snug though at 52. The size charts are pretty accurate. Ride safe- Nov 11, 2014
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robert a: You need to measure your chest size. Follow the instructional video on revzilla. I am a 41" chest and went with a size 50. It fits great without the liner in but with the liner in and a long sleeve shirt, it's kinda tight. Out of the box it will fit like a glove Nov 11, 2014
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Logan G: Hey Victor, I am new to riding and this is the only jacket I have. I am 6-2 or 6-3 about 230lbs and I went with the size 58... It fits great and is vert comfortable even with the back protector that is sold separately... I hope that helps. Nov 12, 2014
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Franck S: I'm size L as well and I got a 52 european. It fits right. The front bottom part is a bit short. Great quality jacket. I also purchased the back protector and it fits great. I hope it helps. Best, Nov 12, 2014
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Parker C asked: How well does this jacket vent in the summer? Should I look at something like the Air-3 instead if i wanted lots of air flow? Aug 4, 2014
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Curtis W: I would say the jacket vents decently with the vents open. I rode with it in Tucson in the summer and it was fine while moving. However this is the only jacket i own so its tough of me to compare it. I would say its more of a spring/fall jacket but it works for summer. Aug 4, 2014
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robert a: I have the laguna and I have ridden in 90+ degree temps. It's far from a/c but with the liner out and vents open, it moves a ton of air. It will make your tshirt under it ripple in the wind. Aug 4, 2014
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Anthony Z: The air 3 probably has better ventilation.

I returned the laguna seca in favor of the Aspide; the Aspide seemed like it would be better for the 100+ F degree days. I do have another jacket with vents in the sleeves like the Laguna S., it does a better job of giving air flow and keeping me cool on hot days than the Aspide. All of my bikes have an upright riding position, which makes a difference in regards to air flow given the vent locations.

The laguna seca is stretchy fabric, but not as stretchy as the Aspide.

I do also have a Dainese air flux, much better air flow-but chilly below 70 F.

The laguna jacket has a heavier liner so would likely be comfortable into the 50 F range.
Aug 5, 2014
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Andres G: Its perfect for the 80's temp range but once you are in the 90's close to 100, I definitely recommend something with more airflow. Aug 4, 2014
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Anthony G: I live down south and when you are moving there is plenty of air for my liking flowing through the jacket. There are two arm vents and two back vents and I wear a MilSpec vest and back protector. On real hot rides (90+degrees full sun) I leave the front ziper open alittle which helps alittle. It does get hot when stopped at a long red light or traffic- it does get hot. Overall the jacket is great, good construction, "fitted" and was exactly what I was looking for. I would buy Dainese again. Aug 9, 2014
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Tjomas L: I sweat in 90+ degrees with 75%+ humidity but other than those extreme cases the jacket vents very well. The vents in the arms and back circulate air better than my Speed-R that is like 40% mesh Aug 5, 2014
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A S asked: I'm really interested in this jacket, but from what the video shows it seems like you need to be a athletic build for this jacket if your average build or maybe a little bigger will this jacket work for me? Oct 12, 2014
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Nefi R: I think with average you will be fine but if you're a bit on the bigger side it might get pretty tight. I have an athletc build but I'm small ( 5'5" 135l.b) and I got a 46 and when I wear a light sweater it feels a bit tight Oct 12, 2014
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Phil M: That's a good question, in my opinion, I would say this is a very versatile jacket accommodating several body types. Revzilla has a great size chart, go a size or two bigger. There is waist adjustments on either side of the Dainese jacket to custom fit your belly. Lots of protection from this premium Italian maker. I ride sport bikes, which puts me in a semi tucked position most of the time. The Laguna Seca jacket has pre bent arms to have you in that position naturally. For the price, in my opinion, this is a supreme jacket. Oct 21, 2014
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Phil M: That's a good question, in my opinion, I would say this is a very versatile jacket accommodating several body types. Revzilla has a great size chart, go a size or two bigger. There is waist adjustments on either side of the Dainese jacket to custom fit your belly. Lots of protection from this premium Italian maker. I ride sport bikes, which puts me in a semi tucked position most of the time. The Laguna Seca jacket has pre bent arms to have you in that position naturally. For the price, in my opinion, this is a supreme jacket. Oct 21, 2014
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Omar A: As a pretty skinny yet muscular guy, this jacket fit me extremely well. If you have got some girth on the bottom part of your torso, this jacket will probably not work for you. This jacket has a very European cut. If you want something more"average" try the Icon stuff they have a boxy fit. Good luck!

P.S. As a tall yet not huge guy it was hard for me to find a jacket that fit well. So, if you are having trouble I know your pain.
Oct 19, 2014
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Andrew B: I am 6' and 230 pounds, and I ordered a size 52 and it fits comfortably. I am averagely built and it fits me snugly but comfortably. I think as long as you measure accurately and follow the size chart, it will fit you. Oct 12, 2014
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Dane P asked: How water resistant/waterproof is this jacket guys? I live in the UK so I get a pretty cold and wet winter and need a new jacket after my Nitro N-85 has failed after 12 years. I can deal with the cold that's no problem. I'm more concerned about how well this jacket holds up to medium to heavy rain. Heavy, not torrential. Oct 6, 2014
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Mitchell F: The textile material used on the outer layer would not be ideal for water resistance. The inner layer is of a windbreaker type material which might give you better water protection. I can't speak from experience about the inner layer though because I've never had the chance to use it here in Texas. Oct 6, 2014
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MARTIN T: It's not a raincoat, it's not waterproof, Light drizzle is fine but not anything more. And it takes days to dry. Oct 6, 2014
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Vincent C: I live in Southern California, I wish we did have more rain to give a solid answer. I would guess it wouldn't be too good for wet weather, partially because of the way the zippers run (there's no flap covering them over) and the collar area. The zippers meet there and the collar does not join with a tiny gap in the middle.
One other area I have concerns over is the sleeve vents too. They could pose an issue. But possibly this has been water tested, perhaps the zippers are the "sealed" type that prevents water seepage. If I have an opportunity to experience this in wet weather, I will update.
Otherwise this is an outstanding jacket. Well made all around and excellent styling. It's warm in brisk weather and is very comfortable at speed.
Oct 6, 2014
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Matthew M: Hey Dane,
I have not yet used my jacket in the rain, not even a light rain. I live in Seattle,but we've had a fairly dry summer and I generally try to avoid ridding in the rain. My guess is it may handle a light rain ok for a little while, but anything more and it will probably start to get saturated.

The liner does a good job of extending it's cool weather use. For me that's maybe down to the mid 50's, depending on what I'm wearing on my legs.

Sorry I couldn't help more about it's water resistance. So far I'm very happy with the jacket and would recommend it. It's a little snug with the liner in, but it's way more comfortable than my leather jacket. I think it's very good for spring summer riding.

Matthew
Oct 6, 2014
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Sam M: I would recommend getting the Laguna Seca D-Dry jacket then if you need a little rain protection. Oct 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would you recommend going up 1 size if I wanted to add the level 2 back protector? Feb 17, 2014
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Mike P: Yes I would! I am 5'11 185 and I had purchased a 52 and was a little too snug without the protector. Feb 24, 2014
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Phil E: Yes, for sure. Feb 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this only fit the Wave or can the Mantis fit in it?? Sep 28, 2014
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Anthony Z: I can't help on this one; I use the wave. Ride safe- Sep 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am set on purchasing this jacket but undecided on color. I ride a red Ducati white the black/white/ red jacket would look great, plus I like those colors/ look, but saw neg reviews regarding keeping white jackets clean or from the white fading... Any advice? How does the mess cleaning compare/ differ from leather regular maintance? Apr 23, 2014
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Warnakulasuriya F: If you have a red ducati I would recomend to buy the Red one. White are hard to maintain and it get dirty very quickly Jun 20, 2014
David B asked: I'm really into this jacket but I'm wondering how well (really) it will vent in the super hot midwest summers? If it doens't vent well, thats a huge turnoff. Apr 9, 2014
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Franck S: Well, It's still kind of cold here in MA. It is just warm with the liner when temps gets to 50 so I think it might be a good late spring, summer early fall jacket. beside that, it is well made, fits great, feels safe and looks good. first bike, jacket helmet etc... for me so nothing to compare with. I hope that helps.
Cheers!
Apr 9, 2014
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Richard N: I just used the jacket a couple times in the 30s and 40s these last few days here in WI. So I can't really answer your question yet. Apr 9, 2014
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

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.

Dainese Men's Jacket Sizing:

Jacket Regular Sizing:

Dainese Euro Size Alpha Size USA Size Chest (cm) Sleeve Length (cm) Neck (cm) Height (cm)
42 XS 32 82 - 86 55 - 56 35.5 - 36.5 163 - 166
44 SM 34 86 - 90 56 - 57 36.5 - 37.5 166 - 169
46 SM 36 90 - 94 57 - 58 37.5 - 38.5 169 - 172
48 MD 38 94 - 98 58 - 59 38.5 - 39.5 172 - 175
50 MD 40 98 - 102 59 - 60 39.5 - 40.5 175 - 178
52 LG 42 102 - 106 60 - 61 40.5 - 41.5 178 - 181
54 LG 44 106 - 110 61 - 62 41.5 - 42.5 181 - 184
56 XL 46 110 - 114 62 - 63 42.5 - 43.5 184 - 187
58 XL 48 114 - 118 62 - 63 43.5 - 44.5 187 - 188
60 2XL 50 118 - 122 63 - 64 44.5 - 45.5 188 - 189
62 3XL 52 122 - 126 63 - 64 45.5 - 46.5 189 - 190
64 4XL 54 126 - 130 64 - 65 46.7 - 47.5 190 - 191

Jacket Short Sizing:

Dainese Euro Size Alpha Size USA Size Chest (cm) Sleeve Length (cm) Height (cm)
46 (Short) XS 33 83 - 89 51 - 53 156 - 161
48 (Short) SM 36 89 - 95 53 - 55 161 - 165
50 (Short) MD 39 95 -101 55 - 57 165 - 170
52 (Short) LG 42 101 - 107 57 - 58 170 - 174
54 (Short) XL 45 107 - 113 58 - 59 174 - 178
56 (Short) 2XL 48 113 - 119 59 - 60 178 - 180
58 (Short) 3XL 51 119 - 125 60 - 61 180 - 181
60 (Short) 4XL 54 125 - 131 60 - 61 181 - 183

Jacket Tall Sizing:

Dainese Euro Size Alpha Size USA Size Chest (cm) Sleeve Length (cm) Height (cm)
46 (Tall) XS 33 83 - 89 57 - 59 172 - 177
48 (Tall) SM 36 89 - 95 59 - 61 177 - 181
50 (Tall) MD 39 95 -101 61 - 63 181 - 186
52 (Tall) LG 42 101 - 107 63 - 64 186 - 190
54 (Tall) XL 45 107 - 113 64 - 65 190 - 194
56 (Tall) 2XL 48 113 - 119 65 - 66 194 - 196
58 (Tall) 3XL 51 119 - 125 66 - 67 196 - 197
60 (Tall) 4XL 54 125 - 131 66 - 67 197 - 199

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/Reflex / 44 926546 1735154-M22-44 Available: Available to order from Italy, expect 3-4 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Black/Reflex / 46 926547 1735154-M22-46 Out of Stock
Black/Reflex / 48 926548 1735154-M22-48 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Reflex / 50 926549 1735154-M22-50 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Reflex / 52 926550 1735154-M22-52 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Reflex / 54 926551 1735154-M22-54 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Reflex / 56 926553 1735154-M22-56 Available: Available to order from Italy, expect 3-4 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Black/Reflex / 58 926552 1735154-M22-58 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/Reflex / 60 926554 1735154-M22-60 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/White/Red / 44 926528 1735154-858-44 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/White/Red / 46 926529 1735154-858-46 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/White/Red / 48 926530 1735154-858-48 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/White/Red / 50 926531 1735154-858-50 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/White/Red / 52 926532 1735154-858-52 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/White/Red / 54 926533 1735154-858-54 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/White/Red / 56 926534 1735154-858-56 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/White/Red / 58 926535 1735154-858-58 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black/White/Red / 60 926536 1735154-858-60 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red/Black/White / 44 926510 1735154-751-44 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red/Black/White / 46 926511 1735154-751-46 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red/Black/White / 48 926512 1735154-751-48 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red/Black/White / 50 926513 1735154-751-50 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red/Black/White / 52 926514 1735154-751-52 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red/Black/White / 54 926515 1735154-751-54 Available: Available to order from Italy, expect 3-4 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Red/Black/White / 56 926518 1735154-751-56 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red/Black/White / 58 926519 1735154-751-58 In Stock: Ships next business day
Red/Black/White / 60 926516 1735154-751-60 Out of Stock
Dark Grey/Black/White / 44 926555 1735154-R35-44 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dark Grey/Black/White / 46 926556 1735154-R35-46 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dark Grey/Black/White / 48 926557 1735154-R35-48 In Stock: Ships next business day
Dark Grey/Black/White / 50 926558 1735154-R35-50 Out of Stock
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So part of the new Laguna Seca EVO family. We've seen race suits. We've seen leather jackets. There's a Laguna Seca D-dry waterproof jacket. This is the Laguna Seca EVO, just over $200, textile jacket, removable thermal liner. Great jacket for spring, summer, and fall riding. I really do think that it's going to be best suited for spring and fall. Stretched into the summer, there's plenty of venting. Again, having that removable full-sleeve thermal liner is going to allow you to stretch it cooler, either early spring mornings or a little bit later in the crispy fall, depending on what you're going to beef up underneath.

Now, before I dive into it, remember there's like 19 colors of this bad boy. This is the black/white with red accents. Let's talk about Brett's sizing and the fit factor. Six foot, 180, 175, about a 40-ish inch chest with a light athletic build. Brett's wearing a size 50. He has a little bit of room to operate, but Brett's also a tall guy. So he's getting good coverage. See how that fits on his frame? That would absolutely be his size.

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If we look at the outside, there's a basic Dianese textile. They're also using this Duratex material, which has a light stretch to it in some of the areas that have a little bit of a curve to it. It's nice. It's not quite comfort cordura, but it has a nice feel to it. It has a really nice line when it's on the body.

If you look at some of the other key features here . . . Dianese composite CE-rated removable armor, shoulders, elbows, all the way down the forearm, and you'd upgrade this back-protector to a wave G-1 or G-2 or shield any one of the G-1 or G-2 inserts from that family.

Now, as we get into some of the climate control factors here, before I get into some of the other nuances, one of the things we're seeing Dianese do for the first time is there's a vent on the side of the arm. This is denoting that this is really more of a sport-oriented jacket, and they're expecting you to be in the tuck or the three-quarter position. It's going to flow a tremendous amount of air through the back of the arm and the shoulder blade, but it's a neat idea to put that there. I'm sure Dianese's done some testing.

I'll tell you the truth. I have not personally tested it out. Really anxious to hear your feedback on it. Now, Brett, turn and face away from me. We see the clean line on the side here. You can see this other vent. That's going to be a big air scoop to get air back to the vent, to the back panel here, along the side. What I like about it is we're seeing this textile bring in micro elastication, which is a way to add stretch panels to a garment without adding a lot of perforated or those big, clunky, elasticated panels you sometimes see on race suits.

I don't want to talk so bad about them because they're . . . I would say that they're a little bit overkill for a street-oriented piece. They're not clunky on a race suit. They make a lot of sense. They're designed specifically, but that's why we see micro elastication really becoming all the rage from Dianese this year.

As we move Brett's arm up, you're going to see basic adjustment down here along the hip. You see a stretch panel here on the shoulder blade that comes into play. Turn backwards for me. Classic Dianese branding on the drop tail, as well as the demon eyes in the middle, with a nice little area of reflectivity at the top of the collar before that leather roll. You also see that reflectivity down along the forearm as well, down here by the wrist, again, kind of completing the set.

Come back around to the front for me, Brett. Big demon head in the middle. You can't miss it. Two snaps at the top. Nice finishing touches throughout. Open that guy up. There you go. I did it. I wasn't sure if it was going to stick on me. Remember, Brett's wearing a size 50, and here's your thermal liner. It's a thermal liner that zips out from both sides very basically, exposing a nice mesh liner. 360 degree zip. So you can pop this bad boy together with any of the other Dianese pants in the lineup.

Again, you have a lot of flexibility. Remember, if you want to go D-dry, there's a Laguna Seca EVO D-dry. From there, you can go into something like the Speed-A D-dry as well. But really, if you think about it, you're into mesh jackets, which are around the same price or slightly less expensive, depending on what they are, are your other options for either lighter weight or making less of an investment.