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The introduction of new technical solutions ushers in the restyled version of one of the the best selling Dainese jackets: welcome the Stripes Evo Jacket. This garment unleashes an inimitable charm and style, while preserving the distinctive traits that have always defined it: cowhide treated with resins and oils to give it a vintage look, a dry cut and moderately sporty details in cowhide leather.
The versatility of this jacket has been further enhanced, adding a removable thermal liner also newly structured air-intakes on the chest, which are able to maintain an optimal opening when riding.
Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Standard
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Vintage cowhide leather
Suede cowhide inserts
Jacket-trousers fastening system
Removable thermal liner
Air inlets on the chest
Pocket for G1 and G2 back protector
2 outer pockets
1 internal pocket
Denoted as Dainese G. Stripes EVO Pelle in Dainese catalog
great quality and great looking jacket!
i am 5'11" 145 lbs and got this jacket in tabacco size 48. the fit is perfect and true to size (i live in europe and wear jackets of all kinds size 48).
ive recently purchased the forcefield back insert 007 to put into the back protector pocket of my stripes evo for some additional protection. i recommend the forcefield protector over the dainese g1 and g2, as the forcefield back insert is lower profile, has better air flow, shape adjusts to your body (your body heat allows the armor to change shape for optimal comfort), and unlike the g1 and g2 it is not "one time use" only.
the air flow on the non-perf version is ok for a leather jacket, but the air vents located on the left and right "breast pockets" don't really do much. to be honest i can't tell whether i have them open or closed while i'm riding as there seems to be no noticeable effect in terms of additional air flow.
overall if you're looking for a stylish leather jacket that looks great on and off the bike, whilst giving you rather decent protection, this is definitely the jacket to go for! great quality, very durable leather with that nice vintage look that becomes even nicer as it ages. also the branding is kept nice and low profile. perfect for dry weather commuting
June 9, 2014
Great jacket for uptown, downtown and the interstate!
Superb quality as expected. This is my first Dainese with a zip-in liner and was surprised with the difference in warmth and fit once removed. It fits true with the liner installed and slightly roomier without (naturally).
Protection, quality and comfort are all A+
I bought the tobacco since I daily my bike in nyc and brunches become a awkward when I arrive wearing a jacket with a speed hump. Im extremely satisfied, you will be too!
April 21, 2014
Very hi quality and extremely good looking.
April 21, 2014
It seems that I'm the first customer, anywhere on the internet, to review this jacket. I'll do my best to clear some things up.
The jacket looks slightly different than the photo. The lower back isn't ribbed. I'm glad, because I prefer it plain. The jacket is MUCH heavier and thicker than I thought it would be. Probably because of the liner on the inside. It's very very warm. I thought the leather under the arm pits was perforated. It's just dimpled. The only area that seems slightly inadequate is the inner flap where on your wrist, when you open the zipper. The edge of the flap doesn't have a cuff. It's just straight cut leather.
I'm a thin guy. 6', 155 pounds, so I wear a size 48. It fits perfectly, just like the Dainese Aspide jacket I have.
The leather itself is very nice. I have a nice Banana Republic leather jacket that I bought years ago in college, and this leather is just as nice. Maybe ever better. It's definitely softer. There are no flaws in stitching. The buttons are top quality.
One of the best things about this jacket, is that it looks simply "motorcycle inspired". What I mean is that you could wear it out in town, and it would look great. With no contrast color logos, it doesn't look look "too" motorcycle-y. I hope that makes sense. Essentially, it won't look odd wearing it off of your motorcycle. Overall, it looks much better in person than in photos. I've attached some other photos for your review.
February 22, 2014
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Lowell P: I own two other Dainese jackets, the Shotgun and theGator Evo Goretex. Both jackets have excellent design and quality. I wanted a perforated jacket, so naturally I went back to Revzilla for another Dainese design.Apr 30, 2014
A shopper asked:has anyone with a sport bike bought this jacket? would it be too restrictive to ride with a sport bike due to the small area of stretch panelling?Jan 18, 2014
Chris d:I'm going to change my answer above since I put in the G2 back protector today. If you wear the G2, you may have too restrictive of a fit to ride a supersport bike. Just depends on how tight you want the jacket to fit.Feb 23, 2014
kerry t:It depends on your build type. If you are more fit the the 50 would be fine, if you are a little bigger in the mid section you might want the 52. Also take into account that this jacket has a removeable liner which takes up space. Currently my size 52 fits nicely that is slightly loose with the liner removed, but a little tight with liner in. I am 5'9" and the length is about perfect. This style jacket is meant for a more sporty position so its supposed to be snug. Let me know if this helps. Aug 18, 2014
A shopper asked:Have a 10 day bike trip soon and will no doubt get covered in bugs out in the country side of France and as much as I want to get this jacket I have one concern. What experience does anyone have with cleaning up bugs from the suede parts after a ride? Leather is easy enough to wipe but am concerned some of the larger bugs are going to ruin the suede finish. Anyone care to comment?Apr 25, 2014