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Kapualani K: I wanted the Best,(After a 127mph Lowside) and this is it for off the shelf performance. It fits AWESOME looks Great, has Armor and Airflow. Wearing leathers in Hawaii isn't All ways comfortable, but with this Full Vented one I will wear it Every time I ride. Next time down won't hurt so bad Hopefully...Apr 13, 2014
Chris L: hands down the best jacket on the market, upgradable to a 2 piece suit later, which i will be doingDec 26, 2013
Ryan K: I mean its an amazing jacket... Enough said. Safety is critical and I'm not about to mess around with that.Oct 10, 2013
Ryan K asked:So i've always been curious about perforation or non-perforation in a jacket like this? What mite be some of the reasons I should get one or the other?Aug 13, 2013
Rajarshi D:Hey Ryan. Between perforation and non perf, the biggest deciding factor would be the weather you plan on riding in. I have the perforated one and summer days are fairly warm here (about 25-30 celsius) and the perforation is a god send. And if you're gonna ride in slightly cooler weather, close the vents, throw on a thermal inner or sweater and you're golden. Hope this helps and happy riding!Aug 13, 2013
Ruben O:The perforated will be good for hot days and more ventilation. Non ventilation will cause you to cook on a hot day. But if you live in cooler weather area then I'm sure the non perforated will do just fine.Aug 13, 2013
david l:The perforated super speed does a better job of circulating air through your jacket. This could be a negative in cooler weather so you want to keep your location in mind when deciding to buy perf or non perf.
The non perforated jacket will not flow as much air but still has the ability to vent through the pockets on your chest. Air also flows easily through the stretch panels on your arms. You still may need to wear layers in cold weather.
If uncomfortably hot weather is not an issue where you live, you may want to consider the non-perf version. You will have more color options and a bit easier to clean.Aug 13, 2013
Ainsley F:I live in Toronto, Canada and even though our summers a really short, they can be really humid as well. The perf'd Super Speed by Dainese is idea for humid conditions. The fully perf'd front with vents near the collar bones work extremely well by allowing as much air as possible flow through, while still getting all the protection and fit as the regular Super Speed. That's a win win scenario. The only reason why I would buy the non-perf'd version is to wear it during the cooler times of year. I hope this helps.Aug 13, 2013
Jason W:I have the Alien non perforated because I live in British Columbia, this year I got the perforated super speed for summer and I have not worn the non perforated since. If I was buying just one set of leathers even here where it gets colder I would buy a perforated set and carry a one piece waterproof suit to throw on over the top for the early morning chills and the bad weather days. Aug 13, 2013
Steve B:If you plan on using a leather jacket in 75+ degrees I would recommend a perforated jacket. They are considerably cooler due to air flow. I bought the perforated version for summer track days and am very happy with it so far. Aug 13, 2013
A shopper asked:Hi. Im 5.10" and 195 lbs, with a 42" chest (39"waist). However I like to wear a back protector. If Im going to use one should I measure my chest measurements with the protector on? ThanksFeb 15, 2014
Jonathan T:My two cents is that you should measure your chest without the protector (and be honest about sizing) i nearly always ride with a full back protector and it never feels too tight with this jacket. It might be a little more snug than normal, but much better that then the alternative. Ride safe.Feb 16, 2014
Jason W:Hey I'm 5.10 and 195 I run a size 52 with a back and chest protector in summer perforated. In the winter I use a 54 alien with chest and back, that allows for extra layers but I could still get a layer under the 52 if I had to.Feb 16, 2014
Jason W:Ps if you get the chest protector our size says medium or large will work but I'm telling you now the medium is much better if you are in a sport riding position, the large gets in the way when you tuck.Feb 16, 2014
Keith S:Hi, I would take the measurements with the protecter on. I'm 6' 205 with a 45" chest and a 34" waist, I have a size 60 and it's a bit tight. Jacket is excellent. You won't be disappointedFeb 16, 2014
Chris L asked:ok seriously, whats the difference between these and the C2 versions? besides the colors and the lack of hump branding? can i get an in depth answer as i want to buy the right jacket. also im 6'1" and 190lbs 32" waist. and braod shoulders and chest. what size would you recommend?? i heard dainese fits smaller?Dec 19, 2013
Jason W:I'm 5'10 190 lbs I'm a 52, it will stretch and mild. I have a 54 for winter non perforated so I can wear layers under it (I'm in Canada )
It is a great jacket but if you wear the Shoei RF1100 beware that the helmet will rub on the hump. Dec 19, 2013