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Dainese Speed Naked Perforated Leather Jacket
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Dainese Speed Naked Perforated Leather Jacket

The Dainese Speed Naked Leather Jacket ​​is characterized by a unique style and a great personality, combined with enviable attention to detail. The perforated leather is treated with resin for a vintage look, and the aluminum inserts on the shoulders are coupled with Pro-Shape soft protectors for superior comfort. Also available in a non-perforated version.


  • Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standards on the elbows
  • Pro Shape soft protectors certified to Standard EN 1621.1/97 on the shoulders
  • Aluminium inserts on the shoulders

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Perforated vintage cow leather
  • S1 fabric
  • Microelastic elasticated inserts
  • Inserts in elasticated fabric
  • Elasticated inserts
  • Waist adjustment
  • Neck adjustment
  • Jacket-trousers fastening system
  • Air inlets on the chest
  • NanoFeel® liner with 3D Bubble fabric inserts


  • Pocket for G1 and G2 back protector
  • Pocket for Thorax chest protector
  • Soft inserts
  • 2 outer pockets
  • 1 internal pocket

Note: non-perforated version of Dark Brown is shown for color reference.

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Dainese Speed Naked Perforated Leather Jacket 4.8 5 8 8
I love this jacket I was hesitant about spending $700 on a leather jacket, but I'm glad I did. The jacket fits true to size, my upperbody is t shaped, I have a wide back and a 44 inch chest and a 32 inch waist. I went with a size 56 and it fits perfect. Its a sexy sexy jacket, BUY IT!!!!!!!. July 1, 2014
Best leather jacket I've owned I've been looking for another leather jacket and have had trouble finding one that felt comfortable and also looked good. I was hesitant on this one because of the price. But, it is true, you get what you pay for. I tried this on at the Dainese store in Costa Mesa (sorry Revzilla) at the recommendation of the salesperson who said both he, the store manager, and another sales person bought this same jacket as Christmas presents to themselves last December. I soon as I slipped into it I knew this was the jacket for me. Comfortable, flexible soft leather, air vents, extended tail, all that I was looking for. Took it out for a ride yesterday where the temps started in the 60's and ended up in the low 80's. Great air flow but just enough leather to also insulate. This jacket will take no time to get broken in. I'm 6'1" and weight 180. I normally wear a 52 Euro and this fit true to size. Great looking jacket with shoulder and elbow protectors. I highly recommend this jacket. Get it if you can afford it! June 23, 2014
Excellent Leather Jacket for Summer I highly recommend this jacket for warm weather/summer riding. I stand 5ft 11, 195 lbs and wear a waist size of 34 in jeans. I do not have much of a gut. I measured my chest and arm size exactly the way Revzilla instructs and ordered the size that corresponded with those results. I ordered a size 54 and it fits just a tad snug but will break in perfectly. It is European cut so it is meant to fit like a glove. If I had ordered a size larger (56), I think it would swim on me a bit too much. The armor is built in and feels great. I am not going to order a back armor, but I would need a size larger if I did. The perforated leather lets air flow in and out and keeps me as cool as my previous meshtex jacket. The leather is thick and very strong and I feel it will do the job if ever I go down. The only down side is the zippers are not user friendly but I will gladly live with that because this jacket is sweet. June 21, 2014
Fffffff.... I want to do naughty things to this jacket. Fits so dang nice I don't mind the blast marks in my wallet. Without crashing in it, I can't %100 endorse it, because at the end of the day protection is what it's all about... but dang I look fine in this thing and it fits like a lovers embrace. A very, very something-xy lovers embrace. The sales floor staff at the boutique advised me to go down a size from what my normal suit size is to preserve fit after break in, and that's what I did. In any case, I shouldn't need another b-@$$ black leather jacket ever. May 27, 2014
Great warm weather leather I've had this jacket for about 4 months now and so far I love it. When I ordered this, I initially ordered a size 48 because I'm a chest size 38.5 (between their 48 and 50 sizes) and I don't like a loose look, however the jacket runs a little small, especially around the chest and in the armpits. I quickly returned it with revzilla's awesome return policy and when my size 50 arrived it was better, but still tight in the armpits and chest. I decided to just keep it and hope it broke it, and sure enough it did, and fairly quickly too. Overall the style of the jacket is beautiful, a nice sliming italian look, and the fit is perfect with the right size. As far as function goes, you will not believe how many places air comes in from. Pretty much the entire jacket is covered with perforation, and then the chest vents really pour in the air when open. I was never hot (while riding) in even up to 95 degrees. Sitting in traffic is another story.. but what do you expect, its leather and no air flow. As soon as you start going again though its fine. Now moving into the fall it is beginning to get a little chilly out, its pretty comfortable down to mid 50's- 60 degrees (with a thin sweatshirt underneath, which looks awesome btw), but in the mornings when its high 40's im a little chilly, not unbearable, but uncomfortable. Other features on the jacket are pretty scarce, theres 2 small front pockets and one large inside chest zip pocket and thats it. Overall exceeded my expectations in being a leather jacket that I could wear in the hottest summer months. Protection wise this jacket is top notch, all the armor feels quality (haven't crash tested it thankfully), and the pocket for the back protector is nice. I threw in the back protector from the forcefield pro shirt and it fits tight but works. And being a leather jacket, you know it has solid abrasions resistance. I feel quite well protected with this jacket on. October 15, 2013
A note on fit I tried this jacket out and like the styling of it very much, it's a high-quality piece but could be worn normally out and about. Not too bulky at all in the shoulders. Leather looks "vintage" in the good way. Make sure to order a size up! I have a Dainese Air-Flux textile jacket also in size 50. I'm 6', 170, slender build, long arms, long torso, shoulders a little broader than average. I always wear a size 40 (50 euro). The Air-Flux fits almost perfectly, though its forearms are a tad tight. I ordered a size 50 of the speed naked and it was way too tight in the shoulders. I could barely fit my arms through the sleeves, which were also very short for me (again, my arms are a little long, but the Air-Flux fit fine). A size 52 fit perfectly though, even though it should theoretically fit a size 42 US. Point being, Dainese does not have consistent sizing throughout its range. Save yourself the time and order up! Thankfully Revzilla was great about returning it, as always. July 10, 2013
Great Jacket with very few flaws I've been riding with this jacket for a few weeks now and if I could sleep in it I would. It's very comfortable walking around and even more so on the bike. Note: the elbow armor is stitched in so it you put access keys (i.e. card keys) in those pockets to make it easier to go through garage gates then you'll be frustrated. The jacket pockets are easily accessed with gloves on though. My only two issues have been around fit. The jacket is a little small in the shoulders. I needed to go up a size to get it to fit my shoulders without me feeling like the shoulder plates were cutting into my shoulders. I am a medium build so nothing extraordinary about my shoulders (wife would agree). The other small fit issue is the collar. The neck it a little tight and I have to snap it into the outside position for when I might be in a 3/4 tuck position on my Monster. Both of these fit issues are small issues. I've owned several jackets and this is by far the best. Is it worth the price, probably not but I bet this will be the last jacket I buy. So, it's worth it to me. April 9, 2013
Speed Naked Perforated in black After several rides with this jacket my initial impression is that this jacket is an incredible value. I replaced my A* GP-R Perforated jacket after only 1 season as I deemed it to be inadequate for my needs. My impressions are as a result of riding on my 2009 R6. Bang for the buck.. The jacket features typical Dainese quality. In other words, it is impeccable. I did not notice any loose threads, warped panels, discolored leather, etc.. If God rode a motorcycle and needed a jacket, this is what he would wear. My favorite feature is that all of the armor is secured in the jacket. There is little movement of the armor, which made me feel much safer while wearing it. By comparison my A* GP-R leather jacket had loose threads in several places, and the armor moved around quite a bit even when i was wearing the jacket. Though the thread issue was easy enough to fix, it made me wonder what other irregularities may have been present. Style The jacket is subtle. Nothing on the jacket looks like lady gaga inspired the design. This particular leather looks like it is smoothed full/top grain leather. What this means is the surface does not appear as "grainy", as a top layer has been removed for smoothness. All of the buttons and zippers work smooth as silk. Again the attention to detail is impressive and gives this jacket a mature finish which will impress even the most staunch hater. In comparison the A* GP-R had typical top grain leather which was thicker than the Dianese's. Comfort At no point did i feel loose, itchy threads digging into my skin. The finished area around the neck is very comfortable, as is the rest of the jacket. Thankfully for unsuspecting onlookers, the tail of the jacket helped to cover up any plumber's cracks which may have appeared during full tucks on the roadway. In comparison the A* GP-R jackets neck finish irritated the skin on the back of my neck. The Speed Naked is smooth as silk. Protection and Durability This is the second leather jacket and I plan on wearing it during the spring, summer, and fall for protection. Again, the well finished compartments held the armor in place very well which to me was confidence inspiring. There is no doubt this jacket would protect me as best an armored leather could. I have only had the jacket for two weeks so I can not comment on durability, but the solid construction implies impressive results. In comparison the A* GP-R had loose threads after just several rides. Air Flow The biggest contributing factor to why I wanted this jacket is the air flow potential. There are tons and tons of perforations. You may think there are a lot after viewing pictures and videos but it is only after carefully inspecting the jacket that you realize just how perforated the jacket is. As I had expected, it more than delivers. This baby flows air at an impressive rate, enough that you can feel warm air get sucked out while accelerating. I expected the collar vents to mostly be a gimmick but to my surprise, they worked superbly. In comparison, the A* GP-R Perforated version jacket I had flowed air just as well as the Dainese Speed Naked, however, I needed to be at a much higher speed to get the same effect. The Speed Naked will be a better jacket going into the warmer summer months. Features I will list some more notable features.. The upper arms on the Speed Naked are tailored. If you look closely, this has a "popeye" visual effect on the jackets arms. I like this feature because the arms on the GP-R felt very baggy. The leather around the pockets is finished. This looks very very good, compared to the unfinished leather of some other jackets. Did i mention this baby flows air? Not only that, but as Anthony described in the video, that bubble liner does some serious work as evident by my 60 degree weather test. To test the feature I set up a little procedure in 60 degree and sunny weather. I kept my back in such a position that the jacket was set smoothly against my back to allow the bubbles to insulate for several minutes. As soon as I arched my back to introduce air, I felt warm air expel from around my back where the bubble liner was present. I trust that the liner will function in much the same way when I am out riding in 80+ degree weather. In comparison the A* GP-R (perf) did not have this insulating effect. In fact the jacket was warmer in 60 degree weather as it did not flow air as well. FYI I fitted a Klim D3O back protector in my size 48Eu jacket in the larger protector pocket. If I had not just put the protector in myself, I would not have realized that a back protector was even present. Overall I love this jacket. It looks great, it functions awesome. What more could I say? I highly recommend this jacket. It is on the pricey side but lets be honest.. A skin graft costs more than this jacket. Your riding emphasizes your emotions, and if you are comfortable in your gear, you can concentrate on smooth, safe riding. March 30, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Charles B: this jacket is supreme comfort Jul 7, 2014
Ricardo C: quality, ventilation, design May 4, 2014
PRASAD K: The best jacket in its class with all the best comfort and safety with perforation for the summer season Mar 1, 2014
Isaac T: Need something for hot Arizona Summers, and since mesh is actually bad in 100+ degree weather (sweat evaporates too fast) this jacket seemed like a good compromise. Wish it was cheaper! Jan 19, 2014
Thomas J: Protection in a crash. Dec 30, 2013
Alec M: The jacket was on sale, and I needed a perforated leather jacket for summer use. Sep 2, 2013
A shopper asked: Hi there, do you know how do the fit compare to the Alien Jacket. I'm looking for a fitted one and it seems this one is a bit loose and it seems to wrinkle easy, should I go with the alien instead?
Feb 13, 2014
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Benjamin V: The speed naked is kind of a retro look to a modern jacket. It fits snug on my 6'2" 190 frame. I have a year and 5000 miles on mine and could offer pictures if you need them. I will say if you're looking for a jacket that looks like the top half of a modern full suit the alien is your choice. If you're looking for classic style and can still zip up bottoms and have awesome protection the speed naked is your choice Feb 14, 2014
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JUAN H: Hey Benjamin, Im also the same frame as you and thinking about ordering the Speed Naked jacket in size 52, what size did you go with? Jun 11, 2014
Benjamin V: I have a 54 and its definitely a snug fit for my shoulders. I wouldn't try to go any smaller Jun 11, 2014
Christine G: 4 out of 5 Dainese jackets are considered "fitted". This is definitely one of them. However, the Alien was more of a forward riding position jacket than this Speed Naked jacket (both perforated and non-perforated have the same fit), which would make it feel more "fitted", mostly because the shoulder seams on the Alien are more forward than on the Speed Naked. As for space around the torso, you're be hard-pressed to notice a significant difference. As for wrinkling: the Speed Naked does NOT wrinkle. Even though it's perforated, it's still perforated THICK leather.

Two things to consider: I find my Alien less comfortable to ride around on (I am more upright since I ride a Ducati Monster) than my Speed Naked, but the Alien has better shoulder protection than the Speed Naked (don't be fooled by the similar aluminum plates).

If you ride in warm environments for a significant portion of the year, the Speed Naked Perforated is as close to cool/ventilated as you can get before going with a textile jacket.

Another great thing about the Speed Naked (and this is purely opinion/looks-wise) is the relatively discreet branding: I have worn this jacket out at bars and restaurants without many people staring at me. The Alien on the other hand, makes you look a little out of place.
Feb 13, 2014
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Ben W: Hey,

I dont have any experience with the Alien, but I do have an RSD Ronin and this is definately a closer fitting jacket than that.

I love this jacket though. I have done some long rides recently in warmer conditions and it very comfortable.

Hope this helps.

Ben Wilson
Feb 13, 2014
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Chris M: I don't know about the Alien jacket. I do know this is the best jacket i've had. Before this jacket, I only wore Alpinestars jackets. I'll never go back. The quality, feel, and look is far better. Feb 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: I just got it and it's great at up to 85F. (No experience with 90F yet.) The zipper are less than perfect, but that's common with Dainese.

Question: what's the best back protector to insert in this jacket?


John Berresford
May 28, 2014
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Marcus N: Hey John,

I just got the dainese wave g2 back protector and it fits perfect and feels comfortable. Looks pretty bad ass too!
May 28, 2014
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Christopher R: The Wave G2 is what I've got in mine. Works like a champ! May 28, 2014
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Matt H asked: What's the best back protector to use with this jacket? The Shield Air seems to offer more protection than the Wave but does it fit? Any other/better options than the Wave?
Mar 30, 2014
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Nate G: Yes, the Shield Air will fit but I put the Forcefield Pro for Dainese (G2 size) in mine...both are CE level 2 rated. Apr 1, 2014
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Christopher R: I've got the Wave G2 in mine, works fine for me. May 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: The pant fastening system, does this have a 360 zipper all around the bottom of the jacket? Apr 11, 2013
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RevZilla: It has the same zip as any other aggressive riding jacket and 2-piece suit. With that said, "360 zips" aren't actually a full 360 degrees. They're more like 270 zips. There's a bit of space in the front. Apr 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: Any chance of getting the perforated version of this jacket in the beautiful gray available for the standard jacket? Dec 11, 2012
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RevZilla: Ah, would that we could...but sadly Dainese decided to only do the perforated version in the brown and black. Dec 11, 2012
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A shopper asked: What is the real thickness of the leather and how is it compared to a more track oriented jacket like Dainese Racing or Alien? The shoulder soft protectors offers enough protection compared to the hard ones? Thank you. Apr 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the thickness of the leather compared to Dainese Racing or other more track oriented jacket? Thank you. Apr 24, 2014
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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.

  • 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.

Click here to see the full Dainese Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 44 855439 1533664-001-44 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 46 855575 1533664-001-46 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 48 855440 1533664-001-48 Out of Stock
Black / 50 855441 1533664-001-50 Out of Stock
Black / 52 855442 1533664-001-52 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 54 855443 1533664-001-54 Out of Stock
Black / 56 855444 1533664-001-56 Out of Stock
Black / 58 855576 1533664-001-58 Out of Stock
Black / 60 855445 1533664-001-60 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Brown / 44 855446 1533664-005-44 Out of Stock
Dark Brown / 46 855077 1533664-005-46 Out of Stock
Dark Brown / 48 855078 1533664-005-48 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Brown / 50 855192 1533664-005-50 Out of Stock
Dark Brown / 52 855079 1533664-005-52 Out of Stock
Dark Brown / 54 855080 1533664-005-54 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Brown / 56 855081 1533664-005-56 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Dark Brown / 58 855193 1533664-005-58 Out of Stock
Dark Brown / 60 855082 1533664-005-60 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Tobacco / 44 925274 1533664-193-44 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 46 925275 1533664-193-46 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Tobacco / 48 925276 1533664-193-48 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Tobacco / 50 925277 1533664-193-50 Available: Available to order from Dainese Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Tobacco / 52 925278 1533664-193-52 Available: Available to order from Dainese Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Tobacco / 54 925279 1533664-193-54 Available: Available to order from Dainese Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Tobacco / 56 925280 1533664-193-56 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 58 925281 1533664-193-58 Available: Available to order from Dainese Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla
Tobacco / 60 925282 1533664-193-60 Out of Stock