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Combining excellent ergonomics with unparalleled technical content has always been a top priority at Dainese. The Super Speed Leather Jacket sets the new standard for sport motorcycle jackets with a host of technical features, such as its patented microelastic inserts and durable D-Skin cowhide leather. The flexible S1 fabric allows more mobility in the areas that need it, coupled with the co-injected shoulders with aluminum inserts, internal pockets for chest and back protectors (not included), aerodynamic hump and silver-treated lining. The Dainese Super Speed Perforated Leather Jacket will satisfy even the most demanding rider.
Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Standard
Co-injected shoulder with aluminum insert
Jacket certified to CE Category II - 89/686/EEC Directive
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Microelastic elasticated inserts
Jacket-trousers fastening system
Air inlets on the chest and sides
Nanofeel liner with 3D-Bubble
Pocket for G1 and G2 back protector
Pocket for chest protector
2 outer pockets
1 internal pocket
Denoted as Dainese G. Super Speed C2 Estivo Pelle in Dainese catalog
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Remar D:I think the only difference is the additional CE certification (CE Category II - 89/686/EEC Directive). Everything else is the same (aside from additional color options and the removal of the "RS Supersport" marking right under the aluminum shoulder insert.Oct 6, 2013
carlos z:Both look the same but if you put it in front of a light you can see the the perforations from the inside out. You have the perforated one for the summer time so you can get more air in (so your torso can breath) the other one is for using it when Is colder (I guess). If it's too cold one can just put a hoodie underneath (when using perforated) that way you don't feel too coldJan 23, 2015
Andrew R:I have the perforated jacket. Besides the front being perforated and other areas I Believe the jackets are identical. It breaths very well even on days of 80°+. You need to be going over 35-40 mph to really feel the air flowing. Once the jacket gets broke in its very comfortable. In the beginning something was tight and jabbing in the elbow area, but it went away after a few days and some good miles. Sleeves might be a touch shorter on this jacket compared to other brands so be aware if you have long arms for your body build. Overall great jacket and the Hi-Viz looks Sweet.Jan 23, 2015
Gregory C:The perforated jacket has a grid-work of small holes all through the leather body and sleeves for ventilation. It helps to keep you cooler when you're moving along. The jacket is not as breezy as a mesh jacket of course but it offers much better protection than a mesh jacket. When the temperature gets above 85 or so I zip the front down a little for more air flow. It's still pretty toasty when sitting in traffic here in Florida on a summer day though.Jan 24, 2015
Jarel C:The only difference is that the perforated one has a bunch of little micro holes in the chest area and part of the arms and back for better airflow. If you're in a warmer climate its nice to have the extra airflow to keep from getting so hot. Other than that, there's no other difference.Jan 23, 2015
Keith S:Perforated has tiny holes in the leather that supposedly makes it cooler. I got this one and ride it in 32 to 104 degree weather in utah. I love this jacket. Paired with the delta evo pants, I feel like crashing every day. Money well spent. Jan 23, 2015
Andrew B:I just got the jacket a couple of weeks ago and it's fantastic. The hump isn't so big that it gets in the way of a backpack. Worst case scenario you might have to open the shoulder straps on your pack a little so that the pack can sit a little lowr on your back and towards the bottom of the hump. But other than that you shoul dhave no problems. The hump actually, as it is designed to do, creates a small area of low pressure just behind it, i.e. right where the back pack will be. That means that the wind doesn't hit the pack. So in that way it actually works better with the pack.Apr 1, 2014
Gregory C:It might cause issues for you. I have not tried to wear a backpack while wearing my jacket yet but the hump is significant. To give you an idea about how large the hump is, I have had times when my helmet hits it when I have my head turned. A motorcycle specific back pack such as the ones made by Kriega may be OK since they sit a little lower on your back.Apr 1, 2014
Brandon N:I wear a Kriega R15 and R30 and I barely even notice it. It's not a very pronounced hump. It was much less convenient when riding with a standard school backpack, but loosening the straps fixed the issue.May 28, 2014
Devon S:Yes, the Dainese jacket-to-pants connection zipper is universal for at least the last 10 years, across all sizes. It's one length of zipper, so the amount it wraps around your waist will vary with size, but the zipper itself will be the same length.Jan 22, 2015
Guillermo G:Sorry but I really don't know because I drive a chopper and I use jeans... The jacket save me from fricción burns and collar bone trauma when I hit a wall ...so the jacket really worth itJul 2, 2014
Brandon N:It breathes well for leather. How hot is hot weather for you? I made it through a few low-humidity, mid-80's days, though I was sure to hydrate plenty and not sit still for too long. I don't think I'd wear it in those temps if expecting to sit around in traffic.May 28, 2014