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Convenient for riding in jeans
This is a pretty cool product, it can connect to pretty much any style of pants that has belt loops. It's especially useful if you don't have Dainese pants to match your jacket. I found it a little difficult (but not impossible) to attach it to a pair of pants while you're wearing them. It's easier to do ahead of time and then leave it set up. I was also a little disappointed that the build quality doesn't seem to be as high as the jackets. After the first day of wearing it I started to notice some nylon hairs come loose around the seam with the zipper. It doesn't appear to be a serious problem, the seam is still secure. And it's happening on the inside so when you're wearing it you wouldn't see the threads, but I'm always pulling them out just so they won't get caught in the zipper.
June 25, 2013
If you have a Dainese Jacket it's well worth it.
This was a shot in the dark for me. I am very pleased that I did make the purchase. If you have a thicker belt that you like to wear you might have a little issue using it. As long as you have a belt that is 1.5" or smaller you will be fine.
I keep it attached to my jacket at all times. Even if you don't use it. You can't see it when wearing it on my jacket.
March 13, 2013
Great belt to add safety and versatility to what you ride in.
I bought this belt as soon as I saw it. This simple to use belt allows you to secure the top and bottom together that simple! If you are ever, or have been unfortunate to go pavement sliding this belt should prevent your jacket riding up or pants pulling down keeping your lower back and ars* safe from being peeled.
I hope never to test mine out, but I like having it there!!
March 11, 2013
Versatile and functional
I bought the Union belt to match a Dainese Rapier jacket and possibly a range of trousers. To date, I've just used it with some Draggin jeans.
To attach the Union belt, you run a normal belt through the union belt and normal belt loops. The zip on the union belt then zips into a Dainese jacket. It's quite flexible and can work on any trousers that have belt loops. Aside from the fact it has a zip, it's quite a nice understated leather belt with just a subtle logo on the back, so you can walk around with no jacket and not look too odd.
I'm not sure its very useful unless you are wearing armoured trousers, but it is definitely a very functional, stylish and quality piece of equipment.
February 11, 2013
This is a wonderful product. It simply does exactly what it says it does. I paired it with a pair of Trophy Vintage pants, because the Trophy pants fit very low rise. It does a wonderful job keeping my pants in the right place. If you're thinking about the Trophy pants, go ahead and spend the extra on this belt, and you will not be sorry.
January 20, 2013
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Hugo G: I wanted to connect my Dainese riding jeans to my Dainese leather jacket to have better protection (and perhaps it'll keep me a bit warmer during cold days by minimizing the gaps between jacket and jeans)Nov 6, 2013
kenzan b: need it to match my dainese greyhound jacketNov 6, 2013
James B: It makes my Vintage Dainese pants zip to the jacket. I also use it when wearing jeans. It's versatility is great.Aug 29, 2013
Bennett M: To pair with my Dainese jacket when I'm riding in jeans.Aug 16, 2013
A shopper asked:Hello, does this Union Belt come with the other half of the Dainese zip? I would like to change the zip on my Alpinestars jacket to match this.Sep 10, 2013