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Buzzing down narrow city streets, passing cars stopped in traffic jams: there’s nothing like two wheels when time is short. The Dainese Technical Sneaker is dedicated to those in search of the latest fashion’s causal look, but who also need to feel safe in the saddle as well. Provided with nylon inserts on the ankle and a polyurethane heel, the Technical Sneaker with cowhide upper is the fruit of extensive research in materials and details that has permitted the creation of an innovative style with strong personality.
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Joshua A: Quick lace system, great feeling through these gloves when braking or shifting, and pretty sweet looks too. I'm hoping the ankle protection holds up.May 7, 2014
Frederick E: Right off the bat, the exceptional design aspects and quality of Dianese is perfecto. Then as I often suggest, to be able to view a video by someone who not only articulates the product description, but has a presence is the icing on the pie.Dec 6, 2013
RamRider:It has no leather layer at all. At the instep, the material is synthetic and waterproof. The instep's inner layer has great extra cushion. I ride a XR650L dirt bike, the shift lever on these bikes is aggressive for the footwear, but these sneakers provides super comfortable gearing up experience. Keep in mind, at this type of bikes the gearing up movement it's done by the upper metatarsus and not exclusively by the big toe, so your experience might be a bit different. Any way I think you won't have any trouble.Apr 29, 2013
Lou J:The toe box is covered in a material that Dainese uses in on the Cafe boot. It will provide some structure, definitely pad your feet from shifting but is not highly protective. This material, whatever it is, is very strong and high quality.Jul 16, 2012
RevZilla:There is a rubberized texured layer over a thin split leather layer in the toe-box section. There is no hard reinforcement. It is thicker than a regular sneaker, but thinner than a riding boot.Jun 27, 2012
ElenaV7:I don't think they're waterproof, because it looks/feels like canvas around the toes, BUT it might be slightly water resistant. I stepped in a big puddle while walking around in the rain and my socks remained dry, but I don't know how the shoes will hold up in prolonged exposure to water.Mar 26, 2013
A shopper asked:In the photos the black version has a triangular pull attachment at the end of the laces, but in the photos for the Anthracite it has a snap at the end that fastens to the shoe. Which end do these actually have? I prefer the snap as in the Anthracite version.May 12, 2012