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Dainese Teren D-Dry Jacket

Dedicated to riders who love adventure, looking for groomed trails and open spaces, seeking out  the curves of mountain passes, and who do not fear changing weather conditions, The Dainese Teren D-Dry jacket offers great versatility thanks to its modular construction with removable D-Dry waterproof lining, removable thermal liner, and closeable vents on chest and back. Made with Cordura ® Comfort elasticated fabric  and featuring thermoformed inserts on the shoulders, and an anti-floating sleeve system, this jacket offers excellent ergonomics and an adjustable fit thanks to the numerous adjustment points. The Dainese Teren D-Dry jacket has removable shoulder and elbow protectors, reflective inserts, a host of internal and external pockets, and is designed to be combined with the Teren D-Dry pants.


  • Removable composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standard
  • Thermoformed shoulders

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Cordura® Comfort fabric
  • Elasticated fabric
  • Inserts in elasticated fabric
  • Double adjustment strap on neck
  • Anti-floating sleeve strap adjustment
  • Wrist adjustment
  • Waist adjustment
  • Drawstring adjustable jacket bottom
  • Jacket-trousers fastening system
  • Inner cuffs on the wrist of the thermal liner
  • Removable liner with breathable waterproof D-Dry® membrane
  • Removable thermal liner
  • External fabric with water-resistance treatment
  • Air vents on chest and back
  • Sanitized® liner


  • Pocket for G1 and G2 back protector
  • Reflective inserts
  • 4 outside pockets
  • 2 waterproof outside pockets
  • Rear pocket
  • Pocket on strip
  • Pocket on removable liner
  • Internal pocket
  • 2 pockets on wrist
  • 2 rear outer pockets in net fabric
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Dainese Teren D-Dry Jacket 4.8 5 14 14
Nice fit and features. This jacket has a nice fit. The internal long sleeve liners can be fiddly to fit, however I found turning the jacket sleeves inside out first makes it easier. In Australia I find it rare that I need the thermal liner as the waterproof liner seems to manage the warmth sufficiently. September 1, 2014
Excellent in the mountains and desert Wore this in June in UT and CO. In just one day, I was riding in both 30 degree, light snow in the CO mountains and that afternoon it was 100+ degrees in the UT desert. Wore the jacket the entire day, just taking out the liners as the temps warmed up. This jacket is the bomb-diggity. Very comfortable, and once I put the Klim T5 back protector in it which fit perfectly, I knew this jacket would be on me as I ride regardless of temps. Whe it got over 90 degrees, it did get warm. But at break stops, I dumped water on my shirt, and the cooling factor of the air coming through the vents actually made me feel like I was in air conditioning. That affect lasts about 30 minutes, and if stopped, it does get hot fast. Very highly recommended. I'm about 200 pounds, and wear a L or XL in shirts depending on brand. I got the size 54 in this, and it fits perfect for me. July 27, 2014
Great gear for touring I bought this jacket end of April and it took about 2 weeks to arrive (in Switzerland) due to lack of stock at Revzilla's. I wanted the grey version as black gets too hot too fast in the sun. I had the chance to drive 2000 km through the Alps in June, in Switzerland, Italy and Austria, driving over 30 passes (including Stelvio) and with temperatures ranging from -1 °C (with light snow) to 33°C with plain sun (in Italy), and weather conditions moving from very sunny to quite rainy. For all the time I used the jacket with the gor-tex liner. For cold weather I preferred to use a ski pullover than to add the winter liner, which makes the sleeves of the jacket too tight. The jacket has been equipped with a G2 back protector. This jacket fitted perfectly to all conditions. Obviously I should have removed the inner liner durer very hot temperatures but as most of it was on speedy highways I didn't bother, I just opened the front and dorsal vents and it was OK. In cold weather the jacket was also just perfect, in heavy rain not a single drop of water went through. All the time it provided me with great confort as well a sense of security thanks to the many protective elements. The drawbacks are that it is a bit heavy and a bit bulky, due to the protective elements, and the gaters are a hassle, to the extent that I cut them away (if you do that the gor-tex liner tends to move out of your sleeves, but this is easy to fix, just make sure you don't cut-off the inner buttons that hold the liner in the sleeves.) For the pants I'm using a D-System D-Dry, most of the time with no internal liner, except in very cold weather. It fits just perfectly and is probably better than the the Teren pant. July 21, 2014
Great Jacket I bought this through Revzilla on pre-order around Christmas 2012 along with the airshield level 2 back protector. After 1.5 years, I can say this jacket does it all. Been down to the upper 20s and stayed warm (enough) with the proper base layers. Once you get north of 90 degrees, it starts to get too warm but what jacket doesn't? Ventilation works well and can be adjusted while riding. Having the flexibility of 2 layers is also great. I live in the Pacific NorthWest and commute to work year on my bike year 'round. Plenty of days in the rain and this jacket keeps me dry. I keep the waterproof liner (with the thermal liner snapped in# unattached from the outer shell for quick removal and wear it around the office when I need to walk between buildings or catch a chill -- it's a solid destination layer. Once you get all the layers on, plus the back protector, this thing is HEAVY! That was surprising -- you definitely know you're wearing it but on the other hand you feel 'armored'. Unlike other reviewers, I had no problems with mobility or freedom of movement. I am a slim 5'10", 150 lbs, 31 inch waist #pant size#, 39.5 inch chest. Size 50 fits me perfectly. The only weird thing: 2 clear plastic 'windows' near the wrist. Not sure what the point is here, maybe if you want to put your drivers license in there? Too small for a map or phone -- no impact to the integrity of the jacket, I just don't get it. Ideas? July 4, 2014
Great jacket, impossible fit I just got this today and so wanted to love it. However, its on its way back to Revzilla for good. Here's why: The fit was perfect in the chest even with all the liners in. The fit was horrid in the arms/elbows. So tight that it would be impossible to lift my helmet visor or adjust the collar. No, I'm not pumped (quite a string bean actually) and no, the pulls to snug down the arms were not inadvertently tightened down. Normally I'd go up a size but…the sleeves were already a skidge too long. In case you haven't noticed, the Teren has no way to really snug down the wrists. This means that going up a size might allow me to bend my wimpy arms but would leave me with the jacket coming down nearly halfway over my hand with no way to cinch it down. And yes, this was in the riding position. While I was able to bend at the elbow without any of the liners in it still wasn't comfortable. I'm not sure who this fits or who its made for. It's exceptionally well designed and crafted. It looks great. It just doesn't fit. It's always possible that I have extremely odd proportions. They seem normal to me. So now it's back to my old, hideously ugly but functional and comfortable jacket. Despite my overall assessment, if you're one of the lucky ones who will fit into the Teren, I recommend it. March 6, 2014
the jacket jet fighter engineers made in their spare time. I agonized for weeks over the Teren or the Sand 2 jacket, and by the time I decided, the Teren had sold out. I realize why. The jacket was delivered to me on Friday night, and on Saturday it was 60 degrees, snow was melting, & time for a 4 hour test ride from Boston to New York, returning in the dark on a Sunday night. As soon as I tried the jacket(s) on, I felt like the kid from a christmas story in a snowsuit. Perfectly comfortable, massively bulky. This is 3 jackets, as you see in the video. I immediately took them all apart, and I don't think I will ever be able to put the rain jacket in again. On the vid you see Anthony "here's one I have already unbuttoned...": there is a TINY button that hooks onto a TINY elastic loop, deep in the sleeve. If you can tie your shoe laces with one hand, in the dark, while riding a bicycle, you will have no problem with the system. Riding in 55 degrees at 80 mph for 3 hours with the thermal lining in was an absolute pleasure. The jacket is a work of engineering: nothing flaps annoyingly, and it is endlessly adjustable to get a perfect fit at waist, arms and collar. 100% windproof. Brilliant. On the ride back, the temp dropped to 40, and I did start to get cold on the highway. No drafts, but I was debating putting on an electric vest. This jacket was tested for about 8 hours in total in cold weather on highway, and it absolutely delivers. Worst features: as I say, with all 3 jackets zipped-popered, velco'd and buttoned in, there is too much bulk for me. I wish they cut the price by $50 and sold the rain jacket as an extra. I carry a one-piece rain suit for the wet anyway, so of me it is a waste. Second worst feature: ridiculously difficult to button in the sleeves to the other sleeves. I'll bet it takes you at least 10 minutes of frustration. Third worst feature: the flimsy elastic wrist cuffs. The jacket looks like it will last a lifetime, those elastic cuffs, maybe a week. They make changing the liner more difficult, to impossible. February 25, 2014
Best coat I have ever bought. I wish I had bought this boat years ago. Great fit and adjustability. You can almost use it as a four season jacket but it suffers the problem all coats do. It's too hot for 90+ days. I'm 5'10" 185 and the 54 fits me perfectly. My favorite thing so far is the collar. Fully adjustable on both sides so it doesn't give you the lap over strap at the collar. Whatch the video, they do a real go job of showing the collar and the air vent patches. July 29, 2013
Finally found an (almost) four season jacket. Extra adjustments a welcome feature. I've owned numerous Dainese products and Anthony's observation about their shift to a more accommodating "American" fit is spot-on. I've had the hardest time with my body-type, trying to get the right blend of fitment for a larger chest (46"), slimmer waist (37"), arms and torso length (32" on 73" tall/235 lbs). This jacket is perfect in an EU size 58. I'm still waiting to put it through its paces on the hotter (i.e. humid) east-coast summer days, but the vent flaps do work. I just wish they added a couple zip-vents to the arms like in my D-System D-Dry jacket. My pure hot weather outfit is a Revit Tornado. June 10, 2013
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Dainese Teren D-Dry Jacket
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Larry R: Spring and fall jacket. Jun 24, 2014
Martin G: A great jacket for a person who likes a trim fit. This brand fits me perfectly. 5'11". 165 pounds. And the jacket is quite versatile. Took it on a 5600 mile trip around the U.S. and was quite satisfied. May 2, 2014
Joshua H: This just looks to be about the best jacket without breaking into the $1000 range. I've been banging around with a Tourmaster Transition 3 jacket for some time and am hoping that this is a step up. The Tourmaster has been good to me (and the price was right) but I'm hoping to get a better fit and somewhat better ventilation with this. Mar 1, 2014
Eduardo P: "Bang for the bucks! quality/price is excellent" Feb 28, 2014
RAUL S: Reviews at Revzilla
Previous experience with Dainese products
Oct 18, 2013
M I: Versatile jacket for a ride which can start at -0c and end up at 17c and be worn at 25 if nesesary. Aug 23, 2013
Joshua H asked: Can anyone tell me whether it is possible to zip this to a pair of Aerostitch Transit pants? Feb 27, 2014
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Bill B: Joshua,
I purchased jacket last season. Unable to answer your question but want to provide my observation of jacket. We'll suited for the 3 seasons of the NE US where I reside. Liner takes practice to attach quickly , air flow is not sufficient for the very warm summer days. Overall very happy and would purchase again.
Bill B
Feb 28, 2014
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Martin G: Joshua,

The zipper on the Dianese jacket is a OPTI that has small or fine (zipper teeth). It hooks to all my other Dainese pants. So, Yes, it has a small flap that hooks to pants.

Sorry for the delay. Was out of town and couldn't check the jacket.
Mar 2, 2014
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Martin G: Sorry, but I have not tried that application. Checking zipper types and sizes ought to tell you, though Feb 28, 2014
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Joshua H: Do you know of any way (short of ordering both and trying them out) to find out that information? I don't see that usually labelled in the particulars.

Barring that, do you know if this jacket comes with the usual little strip of fabric and the matching zipper connected to it (so the zipper is complete)? If so, I should be able to sew those two pieces (the one from the jacket and the other from the pants) together and thereby create a mating system for the two. It wouldn't be perfect but it wouldn't be particularly problematic.

Thanks for your time btw. Feb 28, 2014
A shopper asked: Hi

Im thinking of getting the jacket and pant together but i need to know :
Can u zip together a size 50 jacket with a size 52 pant ?
I have bigger legs and the 50 pants are slightly small...

Thanks very much
Jan 3, 2014
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George A: Bought the Dainese leather suit 2 pcs in different sizes , zippers are working together but still have 3cms from the pants zipper protruding but not bothering at all while riding. As for the Teren no idea at all since I bought the jacket alone (Amazing design, fit, protection...) and very soon buying the pants. Tried them while biking and snowmobiling and was great in both cases. Jan 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi,
Can the 2 inner layers (liners) be used in the jacket independant of one another? By that, can I lose the waterproof liner and still zip-in the destination layer and visa versa?
May 16, 2014
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Brian H: Tricky question. The waterproof liner is the "destination layer". You can only zip the waterproof liner into the jacket; the thermal liner snaps to the waterproof liner. If you don't want to wear the waterproof liner, you can wear the thermal liner by itself but it would be similar to wearing a sweatshirt (that doesn't connect to the jacket). Check out the video at around the 11:00 mark to see what I'm talking about.

I wear the waterproof liner around as a destination layer quite a bit. If it's too hot, I remove the thermal liner. I don't wear the thermal liner by itself -- looks like a quilted thermal jacket liner.
May 16, 2014
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Brian H: Noah T says it best below. Correction to my answer, the thermal layer can snap into the outer jacket or the inner waterproof liner. Jul 4, 2014
Noah T: The simple answer is no. The insulated layer cannot be worn as a jacket alone. The waterproof liner can be worn as a jacket with or without the insulated layer. The outer shell can be worn with only the insulated layer, only the shell layer, or with all three layers.

Hope that helps.
May 17, 2014
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David D: Yes, you can use either liner independently of eachother. I have never used the insulated liner yet, the jacket plus the waterproof liner and a long sleeve thermal is satisfactory for a few hours in 40 degree weather for me. May 16, 2014
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Martin G: Yes, the 2 liners can be used independent of one another in any combination. I currently use an electric heated jacket instead or the supplied thermal jacket. This unit doesn't zip in, but it works and fits fine. May 16, 2014
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Bill B: The answer is yes. The waterproof liner zips to jacket. The destination or warm layer buttons to either the jacket or liner. May 17, 2014
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Mathias S: Yes, that works. I have had my Teren D-Dry jacket since last year and am very happy with it. May 16, 2014
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Richard L asked: The Teren D Dry or the Rev't Sand 2?
Teren is $600, the Sand 2 is $490
They look like they are the same.
Dec 13, 2013
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Mathias S: I have the Teren and compared with the Sand 2 before buying. The Teren is tougher and a bit heavier. The outer shell is Cordura which has better abrasion resistance than the nylon the Sand 2 is made off. The Teren also has molded shoulder protectors which should provide better protection in case of a crash. Both have elaborate ventilation flaps and zippers that you can open and close to control airflow. The Sand 2 has a couple extra features over the Teren like connectors for a proprietary reflective vest that can stay on the jacket. I am very happy with the Teren and would buy it again, jacket and pants. Dec 17, 2013
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David D: I've no experience with revt products but I'm happy with the teren jacket for the price. Dec 17, 2013
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Thomas S: I have the Teren - bought it as I have crash tested other Dainese gear with great success and trust the brand. I don't have experience with Rev'It gear, but the Sand 2 jacket does look good.

As for the Teren, it looks great, is adaptable with multiple liners, and truly works well in the heat or the cold. I have worn the jacket in 90 degree F heat and in 30 degree cold without issue. With the matching pants, the only place I really felt the cold was on my hands due to poor glove choice.
Dec 17, 2013
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Richard L: Thanks JW. I'd rather spend $100 more for a great well made jacket. Its a lot of $, but if I keep it 5 yrs it's not much difference to buy the Teren over the Sand2. Agree with Dianese quality. Dec 17, 2013
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Richard L: Thanks MS, I appreciate the thoughts. Its a big $ investment for me, and I aim to keep the jacket for 5yrs or more. It is really difficult to chose between the two Dec 17, 2013
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Jim W: Sand will have more venting, with dubious build typical of Rev'it. The Teren build quality is impeccable. Venting is minimal on the Teren. Dec 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: Looking for a good set up like this Teren jacket/pant for my wife. She's very short at 5' 1". Any advice on something with similar quality and good style? She is will be using it for pillion riding and we like to tour 8-10 hours a day typically.

Aug 9, 2013
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Earl B: Just purchased this jacket and find it very comfortable. The vents do a good job of cooling and the number of pockets are a plus. Just did a couple of 8 hour rides in 90 degrees and without either of the liners it wasn't unbearable with just a teeshirt underneath. Purchased Dainese Bruce Gor-Tex pants which I am very happy with. If this jacket was Gor-Tex it would be perfect...for me, only because I'd rather not have to stop to put the d-dry liner in if a sudden down pour hits. Sep 5, 2013
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David D: I purchased this jacket. I'm 5'10", jacket hits me right about the middle of my rear pockets in jeans. Perfect length for touring. Already made several day long trips in it. No complaints other than its pretty warm for summer riding but fall winter spring will be great with the three piece system. Fit is pretty snug to a little smaller than average. Aug 9, 2013
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Martin G: I do not know of a product since it depends a lot on your build/weight and price range. I do know that using the reviews on Revzilla can help narrow down the choices. Start with dollars and look for function in the product. Finally, find something that fits well. Hope that helps. There are also lots of answers/opinions on the various forums. Aug 9, 2013
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Bill B: My riding is in New England and Adirondacks. I needed a jacket that could provide rain protection , warmth and cooling all during the same day/trip.
This was is one of the few that I could fine. After two months very happy with my choice.
Aug 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this jacket waterproof? To what extent? Im fed up with carrying and putting plastic rain suits, are they neccessary with Teren D-Dry? Jan 31, 2013
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Brian H: Commuted for 30 minutes in steady rain and 45 degrees this evening. Took the waterproof liner out of my D-Dry pants in the morning so I could fit my jeans underneath -- big mistake. My lower legs were damp and crotch was soaked to the tenders. Teren jacket kept me dry and warm up top. I live in the Seattle area and routinely ride in the rain with it, it's been great.

Side note, hands and feet stayed dry and warm with the related products listed below.
Feb 27, 2013
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NZtourier: Yes, the liner is waterproof. Does means the outer jacket will get wet, but doesn't retain much water. If it is cold rain then additional waterproof layer on top will keep you warm, as is the case with all other jackets. Apr 23, 2013
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A shopper asked: I like the white but worried it will get dirty easily. How well does the cordura fabric respond to washing? Oct 8, 2013
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Jim E: I've only spot cleaned my coat with water and a towel. I don't know how it will respond to full cleaning. Hope this helps. Oct 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the length of the front of the Dainese Teren jacket the same the Dainese Evo System? Jan 12, 2013
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RevZilla: On a jacket size 48, the Dainese Teren is about 26" long from collar to bottom, whereas the Dainese EVO System D-Dry measures about 24". Jan 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Quick question, what denier is the fabric? Dec 19, 2012
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RevZilla: The primary material on this jacket is Cordura Comfort Fabric. The offical denier number is not available for this fabric, however it does use the same type of nylon thread that is found in other Cordura Fabrics.

Additionally, the fabric has the following description from Dainese: "This fabric exihbits good resistance to wear and tear and is made from a high tenacity texturized Nylon 6.6 thread in the warp and also uses a high tenacity texturized stretch Nylon6.6 in the weft. This new stretch product guarantees more comfort than traditional Cordura® versions thanks to its capacity to extend and then return to its original form, in this way offering the wearer greater freedom of movement. Protector treatments, developed through the application of nanotechnology to textile finishing, eliminates the need for garments to be ironed and allows the properties of oil and water-repellence to be regained."
Dec 21, 2012
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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.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / 44 854479 1654555-631-44 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 46 854480 1654555-631-46 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 48 854481 1654555-631-48 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 50 854482 1654555-631-50 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 52 854483 1654555-631-52 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 54 854484 1654555-631-54 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 56 854485 1654555-631-56 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 58 854486 1654555-631-58 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 60 854487 1654555-631-60 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 62 854488 1654555-631-62 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 64 854489 1654555-631-64 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 44 854501 1654555-P31-44 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 46 854502 1654555-P31-46 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 48 854503 1654555-P31-48 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 50 854504 1654555-P31-50 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 52 854505 1654555-P31-52 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 54 854506 1654555-P31-54 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 56 854507 1654555-P31-56 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 58 854508 1654555-P31-58 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 60 854509 1654555-P31-60 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 62 854510 1654555-P31-62 Out of Stock
Grey/Dark Grey/Blue / 64 854511 1654555-P31-64 Out of Stock
Grey/Black/Dark Grey / 44 925893 1654555-Q96-44 Out of Stock
Grey/Black/Dark Grey / 46 925894 1654555-Q96-46 Out of Stock
Grey/Black/Dark Grey / 48 925895 1654555-Q96-48 Out of Stock
Grey/Black/Dark Grey / 50 925896 1654555-Q96-50 Out of Stock
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