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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 4.6 5 19 19
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
sporty and aggressive does not translate to form fitting This jacket is "American sized." The jacket body is unnecessarily large compared to shoulder and arm sizing, and the side straps do not adequately cinch the body down. The armholes are too large and low, meaning that when I marginally raised my arms in this jacket (i.e. enough to put on my handlebars) it pushes up the shoulder pads off my shoulders so far that it actually restricts me from turning my helmet from side to side. Unsafe! Bottom line: I had to return this poorly fitting jacket. If you are in any way a slim build, go with something else and probably a different brand. (I settled on a nice Firstgear textile jacket.) July 31, 2014
Great jacket from Dainese This has been a great jacket so far, I put in the Manis back protector and feel very protected with it. Looks great compared to a lot of the other jackets I've seen, only slight problem is the sleeves are a bit to long for me, but once I have gloves on I can barely notice it. July 28, 2014
stylish and good features My first jacket, and its great. For a textile, its very comfortable, the inner liner is pretty secure, and layering it with a hoodie works well for colder climate. Love the styling of it, and the fit is good. i ordered slightly larger because i wanted to try to layer and extend into the colder weather. Lots of adjustability. July 28, 2014
Excellent Jacket with great style and fit at a decent price I bought this jacket to have as a back up for my leathers. I like the styling, it is very comfortable and the inner lining means its warm. Its quite light weight and I would recommend getting some additional armour particularly around the back. I'm a size 54 around 6"1 and 100 Kg (220 lbs). The jacket does fit a little neatly however this is only when you are reaching up or stretching. You would never notice when you are in the tuck. Overall a great buy. July 28, 2014
Great looking jacket and comfortable to ride with This is only my 2nd motorcycle jacket, I got my previous one with my motorcycle and wore it for 8 years! The main reason I bought the jacket was that it had a good deal and it looked sleek and stylish. I'm not gonna lie, I think I look good in it :) I'm 5'7 and 155 lbs therefore I thought a size 48 would be fine. Not the case! The arms were fine but the middle part and chest felt short and tight, respectively. Therefore I moved up to a 50 and it's a match made in heaven. The vents on the sleeves and back side add minimal venting and I get a little hot still riding. It's not that bad but I would like more of a breeze when riding. Cons: Sometimes the neck strap rubs the wrong way and it can be uncomfortable. Also, the white part of the jackets tend to attract dust and dirt quite nicely. After a month or so, the jacket is looking quite worn (at least the white areas). Overall: Definitely recommend the jacket as a entry or mid-game jacket. I love it so far and enjoy it very much! July 26, 2014
great for athletic build I'm 5'9", 185lbs, 42 inch chest, 30 inch waist with a muscular build and large arms. the 52 is what I ordered and with the liner in it fits like a glove around my shoulders and chest with just a tad bit a room in the torso and just enough room for my arms. enough room for a thermal but definitely not a hoodie which is fine, i don't like to ride with one. having an abnormal shape makes finding a jacket hard for guys of my build but I'm very satisfied with the purchase and I get compliments on the black one from everyone. the cut of the jacket is great as well through the torso and not too loose. my only gripe if i had to make one would be that the arms are a tad bit long. July 24, 2014
Style and Protection This jacket is awesome. Took me a while to find a jacket that fit my slender frame- but this does it with style. Wanted something that I could potentially stretch 3 seasons out of. I removed the liner as it's hot in Philly right now, and granted I sweat while wearing it, but it still does have decent air flow. I know that I can layer underneath once the temperature drops in the fall. Dianese quality and reasonable price for all the features. June 30, 2014
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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
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 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: 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.

  • Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross 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.

Men's Dainese Jacket Sizing

Dainese Size Chest (cm) Sleeve Length (cm)
42 84 55.1
44 88 56.2
46 92 57.3
48 96 58.4
50 100 59.5
52 104 60.4
54 108 61.2
56 112 62.1
58 116 62.3
60 120 62.6
62 122 63.5

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

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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.

Remember we ship for free. There's a good size chart on this page. You can always call us for help. Now, as we walk through the rest of the Dainese Laguna Seca, click here. Subscribe to us on RevZilla TV. Love to hear your comments, questions, your gut reaction to the new Italian sexified, coming out of Dianese, for 2013-14 season.

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.