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The Dainese Stripes EVO Perforated Leather Jacket
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Dainese Stripes EVO Perforated Leather Jacket
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Dainese Stripes EVO Perforated Leather Jacket

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 with the addition of a removable thermal liner and new air vents on the chest which can be left open on the move.


  • Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Standard

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Vintage cowhide leather
  • Suede cowhide inserts
  • S1 fabric
  • Elasticated inserts
  • Neck adjustment
  • Waist adjustment
  • Jacket-trousers fastening system
  • Removable thermal liner
  • Air inlets on the chest
  • Sanitized lining


  • Pocket for G1 and G2 back protector
  • 2 outer pockets
  • 1 internal pocket
  • Denoted as Dainese G. Stripes Evo Pelle Estivo in Dainese catalog


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 / 44 925507 1533686-001-44 Out of Stock
Black / 46 925508 1533686-001-46 Out of Stock
Black / 48 925509 1533686-001-48 Out of Stock
Black / 50 925510 1533686-001-50 Out of Stock
Black / 52 924766 1533686-001-52 Out of Stock
Black / 54 924767 1533686-001-54 Out of Stock
Black / 56 924768 1533686-001-56 Out of Stock
Black / 58 924769 1533686-001-58 Out of Stock
Black / 60 924770 1533686-001-60 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 44 924771 1533686-193-44 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 46 924772 1533686-193-46 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 48 924773 1533686-193-48 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 50 924774 1533686-193-50 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 52 925511 1533686-193-52 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 54 925512 1533686-193-54 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 56 924775 1533686-193-56 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 58 924776 1533686-193-58 Out of Stock
Tobacco / 60 925513 1533686-193-60 Out of Stock


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Dainese Stripes EVO Perforated Leather Jacket 4.7 5 13 13
Great Jacket I have loved this jacket. For leather it vents great, and the liner adds a wide temperature range to it. I'm 6-3 and the sleeves are a touch short. In the summer that's fine, and colder temps you'll need the gauntlet gloves. The quality of the leather is very nice, and the subtle logos look sweet. watch out for ladies. September 14, 2015
Great breathable jacket This jacket has been great. The jacket breaths great and the liner keeps you warm enough when needed. The full sleeve liner is amazing. The jacket was snug in spots originally but has since stretched out where needed. The armor is super protective yet conformable and easily adjustable. I have roughly 5,000 miles of road time with it over the last month and it has held up great. July 23, 2015
Gorgeous jacket & outstanding quality I get compliments all the time from non-motorcycle people about how great this jacket looks (tobacco color). Size-wise; it runs a little tight and it is a little short. If you ride upright on a cruiser or sport naked, you'll be fine. On a sport bike it's a little too short since you'll be leaned forward more. The liner is great and really makes the perforated leather a 3-season jacket. With the liner removed I was quite surprised how well it flowed. 90+ deg days with high humidity I've never felt terribly uncomfortable in either city or highway traffic. It isn't a cheap jacket but I feel I got what I paid for. This was my 1st Dainese (deh-NAY-see - it's Italian, the accent is on the 2nd syllable) and it certainly will not be the last. Overall I'm very impressed with everything about this jacket. If I had to pick a nit or 2; the chest zippers are really there for looks only. They're not pockets and I can't notice any more flow with them unzipped. If you only plan on riding in warmer weather, try the jacket on w/o the liner. If I lived in the desert, I would have bought 1 size smaller. Overall: completely worth the price of admission. June 14, 2015
Loved it, held up in a low-speed slide It's a great-looking, well-fitting, expensive-smelling jacket. Dainese knows how to make products with that "it" factor. I got it with the optional back protector for $100 extra, which, in retrospect, was an unwise decision because there are so many cheaper alternatives like the D3O inserts, which are flexible. It does feel reassuring, though, having the back protector in there. I always felt safe in this jacket. Lo and behold, I was riding my friend's scooter one night and the tires were low. I lost it going around a little turn and slid a bit on the left elbow and it held up well--a little scraping, a popped stitch or two, but nothing untoward for such an expensive, high-quality jacket. I didn't feel a thing. The liner that comes with it is pretty warm, although I didn't get to use it much because the first time I removed it, one of the snaps for the cuff attachment snapped. Cheesy... Aside from that gripe, it seemed exceptionally well-made. I was very comfortable in it and even in the NYC heat, as long as I was moving 20 mph, it had adequate ventilation to keep me from baking. I got it soaked one time and it didn't seem to be too badly affected by the rain even though it dried way too fast on my friend's patio--leather, if soaked, needs to dry very slowly or it could be damaged. I had it reconditioned for $55 and it came back looking like new. I just sold it to my friend because I gained some weight this winter and I already miss it, even though it won't fit me anymore. I just liked it. It was a nice item. Anyway, I had a great season in it and I definitely recommend dainese products to any interested party who's willing to shell out the money for a supreme look and fit. I would definitely make sure you try it on in-store first before you buy it online... Sorry to any showroom sales reps who might be reading this. It's about as important as trying on gloves. April 10, 2015
Nice Jacket My wife got me this jacket for Christmas. I never would have purchased for myself as it is too nice, too hip, too young, too tight, too short and has limited purpose for the north east (it's perforated leather and not waterproof). That being said, I am glad she got it for me. It is a cool jacket and is obviously very high quality leather with good protection in arms and shoulders. It also has a removable liner, but even with that you don't want to be out when it is too cold as the exterior leather is perforated. The jacket is tight fitting and pretty short so keep in mind when ordering. March 30, 2015
Not a home run but still very good What can I say, I guess I am spoiled by the little features that my Rev'it Tornado textile jacket has for almost half the price. It would be nice if the shoulder pads had an actual pocket and they were not just a hook and loop attachment. It would be nice if the collar had an internal button to hold it in place when the collar is open. I have the tobacco brown and it is a very nice color although slightly lighter in person. Maybe once it is broken in it will have a nicer more personable look and feel to it. As for the fit, I have an athletic build, pretty broad shoulders and normally wear a large. I went the safe route and ordered a size 56. I'm glad I did! When the liner is in it is pretty challenging to move my arms, when I take out the liner, movement is much better. I probably will never wear the liner because of this. The quality in the stitching and construction is there, I get it for those who love Dainese. I plan to keep this jacket but as I said in the beginning, my Rev'it textile jacket has more features that I appreciate and wish were incorporated in this jacket as well. To think, it all could have been done w/1 extra button and 2 stitched internal pockets. Thumb all the way up for style. Thumb half way up for function, I do feel "safe" in the jacket which is truly the most important and why I have decided to keep it! Thumb half way down for creature comforts. March 18, 2015
although it costs a little too much, it fits me perfictly and looks great. Everyone asks me about it. Fits and looks great on me. Air flow is good. For the high price, i wish there were some protection in the back! Other than that it has good protection in the shoulder and arms. January 19, 2015
Love this jacket, both in town or on the road, very versatile, great Dianese style and quality Bought this jacket 6 months ago, have been riding in the city commuting and long distance on the highway, very comfortable, removable liner very useful and jacket comfortable in most temperature. Great Dianese style and quality, highly recommend ed. October 3, 2014
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Dainese Stripes EVO Perforated Leather Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Giancarlo F: Very good looking jacket and from a trusted brand. It didn't disappoint. Jun 23, 2015
Frank B: Like the style Jun 6, 2015
Grant Phillip G: I chose this jacket for the Perth summer in Western Australia on my R1100RT. Mar 15, 2015
Yoshiyuki A: style May 30, 2014
Lowell P: "I own two other Dainese jackets, the Shotgun and the Gator 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." May 3, 2014
Rafael D: The best looking summer leather jacket with European cut. I also like the fact that it is all black and the branding doesn't standout too much. Apr 22, 2014
Crispin K: Technical features and overall style, I wanted a full featured riding jacket, but not a full on race jacket. Apr 20, 2014
Danny H: It is what I was looking for in terms of style, function and fit. The fact that it was perforated made it the perfect choice Mar 23, 2014
A shopper asked: Is this Perforated version available in the white/black like the solid leather? I'd like to get a perferated jacket for warmer leather, but want it in the white/black style. Jun 22, 2015
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Ahmad D asked: Does anyone know if this perforated version of the jacket will come in the black/white color scheme that is shown for the non-perforated version? Also, I don't see that color scheme for either version on the official Dainese website so I was curious about that too. Jun 13, 2014
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mark b asked: This is waterproof right and will keep me dry? Feb 22, 2015
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Lowell P: No, the Dainese Stripes Evo Perforated Leather Jacket is not waterproof. It does come with a removable insulated liner that works well. The quality of the jacket is excellent. Perforations work very well in warmer weather. I highly recommend the jacket. Feb 25, 2015
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Clinton C: I wore mine across iceland and never got wet. I cant say its totally waterproof because it does have perferations. If you want a totally waterproof jacket i might go for the non perf version
Feb 25, 2015
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Steven T: It's perforated, there are thousands of tiny air holes throughout to improve ventilation. These also will let water through. Go for a non-perforated jacket for water proof riding. Feb 23, 2015
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Robert S: This jacket is perforated, so it's not going to keep rain out that well. I've been caught out in the rain for short ~20 minute rides and it does okay though. Feb 22, 2015
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Dan H: NO. It is perforated leather. This means it has holes in it. Look at something else if you want waterproof. Feb 22, 2015
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Cesar J: Definitely not, especially with the perforations and all. The thermal liner itself is not waterproof either. Feb 22, 2015
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mark b: Even with the perforations zipped up and closed? I'm asking because here in Florida the weather can be really hot and then change with random rain. If not this jacket what others would be similar to this one and waterproof? Feb 22, 2015
Morgan D: No. It's keather. It's an amazing jacket but I wouldn't wear it in the rain. Feb 22, 2015
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Ryan G asked: How do the perf and non-perf version stand up to each other as far as temperature? How cold is too cold with perf? And how warm is too warm with non perf? Nov 18, 2014
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Michael H: This is a very subjective question as people have different sensitivities to heat cold, but personally, I found I've been able to tolerate up to ~80 degrees with the perforated version of this jacket. Sure you can go higher, but I would sweat a lot and that drove me to get a mesh jacket as I ride to work and arriving sweaty is pretty annoying. On the cold side, I've found that with two thermal layers close to the skin and the Stripes Evo Perforated jacket on top, I've been able to ride comfortably in a 10 mile commute with a max speed of ~60mph down to the low 30's. Granted that is mostly residential roads, no highway. I think I could wear the jacket in even lower temps, but my pants have been the limiting factor there, not the jacket.

Which is all to say, I think you can wear the jacket down to somewhere in the mid 20's on residential roads pretty easily if you layered up ok and took care to ensure your hands and legs are warm. Prolonged highway riding would be a different ballgame though...I would guess mid 30's and you'd be fine, not sure about below that though unless you had heated chest gear.
Nov 20, 2014
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Mark M: I have the perf version. First, I love it, very high quality.

I have worn the jacket alone (without liner) on 80+ degree days, and it's very comfortable - when I'm moving. It flows a lot of air, and I stay comfortable. But, when sitting in traffic, I started cooking fast, until I got rolling again. I perspire a lot, so it was pretty nice to feel that air flowing again.

On a cool fall morning (60's here in San Diego, sorry!) , it's too chilly without the liner. With the liner, I am perfectly comfortable at speed at 60 degrees. I'd guess it would be OK into the 50's, but I doubt any cooler than that.

To me, the perf jacket & liner combo makes a pretty decent set. I wear a 'real' riding jacket every time I ride, so I have to have something that works in the summer. And, it never gets really cold here, so the liner makes it a year-round jacket -- in San Diego.
Nov 19, 2014
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A S: I have the perfed version. I live in Virginia and have worn it with the liner when the temp was in the mid 50s. You may need to wear a thermal top underneath.
I wouldn't go for an extended trip cooler than that with this jacket. Good 3 season use only for me. I've been on short rides at 50 or below and it feels like needles coming through the perf holes...even with the liner and a thermal shirt.
Nov 20, 2014
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Alexander R: I've got the perforated. Good jacket for San Diego, comes with a liner. Good for me down to high 50's but that's pushing it. Nov 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: Which Dainese pants best match in color and looks with this jacket ( Stripes EVO ) ?

Jun 25, 2014
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A S: Forgot to say, I have Black color jacket. Jun 25, 2014
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