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Dainese Map Windstopper Pants

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Dainese Map Windstopper Pants


  • Ergonomic fit
  • Differentiation of material on basis of body mapping
  • Windstopper® fabric
  • Thermolite® fabric
  • Keeps the body dry and warm


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.

Men's Base Layer

Size Height (cm) Waistline (cm) Chest (cm)
XS/SM 165-170 72-76 86-90
MD 171-175 77-84 91-98
LG 176-180 85-92 99-106
XL/2XL 181-190 93-100 107-114

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/Dark Grey/Grey / LG 484154 1915832-675-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Black/Dark Grey/Grey / XS 484159 1915832-675-XS In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Dark Grey/Grey / 2XL 484160 1915832-675-XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Yes, these work very well. One time use... here is the review. I picked these up to insulate against a chilly Ohio to Pennsylvania ride. Well the temps never got that cold and I am wearing this product underneath riding pants. I did not overheat and that is saying something. In cool air I never thought twice about my lower body. All warm and good. This is a quality product and I enjoy having it. There might be cheaper options but this feels pro and that works for me. November 2, 2015
Fantastic for protection from wind I bought these before doing a motorcycle trip around Iceland. I wore these on the bike and they did a fantastic job of keeping me warm - almost too good of a job. I also used them just under a pair of jeans while walking around some of the waterfalls taking pics to avoid having the wind cut right through me. These things are fantastic. August 13, 2015
Very Warm, for high 30s and low 40s I love these pants. I can wear them under my work slacks and no one can tell I have these on. I was looking for something to wear underneath my work slacks (khaki) so I don't have to change once I get to work. My commute (DC area) is about 30min mostly city streets and some 45-55mph parkways. I was originally looking for goretex pants but these had good reviews at a decent price. They are great for mild winters, high 30s and low to mid 40s. Anything below 32 deg, you will feel cold right away, at that point you need heated gear anyway. But like I said they are great for commuters, people who don't want to change in and out of gear. Once in doors, they can get a little too hot. Especially around the thigh and shin areas, as the windstopper fabric is heavy around those areas. So you may feel a little uncomfortable if you sit all day in a warm office. The fabric is very soft and comfy. It is also somewhat water resistant I think. I got caught in a downpoor one day and rode for about 15 in the rain. My pants were soaked, but I was still a little dry underneath. The fit is a little on the snug side. Especially around the ankles. But it does not restrict your movement at all, you feel very comfortable and your range of motion is not restricted at all. Pros: - Very warm and stops wind very well. down to low 30s. - has nice feel comfy - fit is near perfect, a little on the small side - moderately water resistant - very think and warm around the knees, thighs, and ankles, all the areas that get hit in the wind. Con: - Not very breathable indoors, can get hot if you wear all day - Low 30s you will start to feel cold, and extended highway rides will start to feel cold after about 15min as always revzilla is awesome! February 2, 2015
Nice Thermals I bought these just because of the wind blocking fabric & it was worth the money. I wear these regularly now & they make a huge difference. They are very comfortable to wear & I have just enough room to wear a tighter pair of thermals under them for really cold days. The only thing I was hoping for is a bit more stretch to them. There is not a lot of give which is why I bought a size up. Over all they do what they are suppose to & I'm happy I bought them. I ride daily so we'll see how they hold up over the next couple of months. February 14, 2014
Perfect Base Layer Solution I ordered these pants with the hope that they would provide a solution to winter commuting in Seattle. My leather riding pants allow cold wind to penetrate the elastic, non-leather stretch panels. Standard cotton thermal underwear provides warmth but no wind blockage, and it tends to make me sweat. Dianese products have always impressed me, and I had high expectations for these Windstoppers. I've had them now for three weeks, and they have exceeded my expectations. Their primary function is to block wind, and this they do extremely well. Impressive too is the thermal insulation provided. They're as warm as cotton long john's and definitely more breathable. A must-have is comfort. I need for any base layer to fit comfortably under riding leathers. These pants not only fit comfortably under my leathers, they actually facilitate the dressing process. Think of them as a giant shoehorn, allowing leather riding pants to slip on easily. It's because Dianese uses a material which is very slick and non-bunching. I am so happy with the Windstopper pants that I'm ordering two more pairs. Plus, I've already ordered the matching Windstopper long sleeve shirt. I've come to expect quality from Dianese; and these pants are no exception. Thanks for listening. November 11, 2013
Excellent Thermal Dainese put a lot of thought into these windstopper pants. I was on a 4 day ride on my Triumph Tiger and the weather changed on the way home. It was 40 degrees with thunderstorms and I had to ride in over 4 hours of rain. Combined with my Dainese all weather motorcycle pants, my legs were totally warm and dry. Eventually the rain stopped and the temperatures rose into the 70's; however, I was not too warm. I am totally satisfied with this product. The waist does run a bit smaller compared to American made thermals. November 4, 2013
Beat the Cold. stay comfy! About 3 years ago I bouhgt BMW motorrad underpants. they had a thick type of neopreen, that covered the uper part on the thy and part of the back. they where awesome, the only thing tis that the lasted very little time and BMW stopped making them. For a while I looked for a pair of underpants that would replace them, bought several brands and style, but none of them worked as goo. that is until one day I called revzilla and told them about my problem and they recommended the Dainese Map. So I listened and bought them... boy where they right. I live in south america and while my friends in the US are enjoying the sun, I'm commuting every day on 30º to 40ºF weather. Don't get cold, they fit perfectly underneath my work slacks and the are so comfortable that sometime I don't take them off all day (although id you work in a warm environment you will boil). the only problem I have now is to order one more pair or two. July 22, 2013
Great product Great product! Very comfortable, keeps you warm and blocks the wind. I wear them under my jeans and forget I am wearing them. Wore them when it was 37 degrees out and I was fine. November 21, 2012
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Dainese Map Windstopper Pants
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Andrew C: I never used to ride when it was colder than 70F, but with these under my riding jeans and the matching shirt under my jacket I was comfortably warm on an hour trip down the interstate in 50F. Apr 23, 2015
Roddy M: Needed more wind protection then regular thermals. I feel the wind is what really makes you cold. Mar 5, 2015
Daniel C: Nice undergarment to have when riding on cold days. Typical Dianese quality. Sep 23, 2014
Jacob B: I already a solid windproof jacket. wanted something extra for the legs. Jan 27, 2014
Jessica N: Awesome!
Keeps me warm under jeans in 30 degree weather. Very comfortable and top quality.
Aug 15, 2013
A shopper asked: Most "wind/waterproof" long johns I've seen are set up that way at the front. I want to find out if that protection is at both the front and back. Thanks. Dec 27, 2012
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RevZilla: The Windstopper material on the Dainese Map Windstopper Pants is concentrated on the front of the pants. Even though it wraps around slightly to the sides, it does not extend to the rear of the pants. Dec 28, 2012
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Sam B asked: Do these have a fly? Oct 5, 2015
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Christopher S: No fly. They are very effective pants. I would buy them again in a heartbeat. I have the matching top as well. I've ridden through freezing temperatures in perfect comfort with these. Oct 5, 2015
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Andrew C: Nope. I'm pretty sure they don't even have that double flap hole like most men's underpants. Oct 5, 2015
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Robert S: No fly. Oct 5, 2015
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James M: No Oct 5, 2015
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Robert C: no Oct 5, 2015
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Daniel M asked: Where is the size chart for these pants? Feb 23, 2014
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Kent B: Go to the Dainese web site and then go to the Map Windstopper page, you'll be able to download a PDF that shows the sizing for Dainese pants.

FWIW, I wear a 36 inch waist in jeans, and my XL Map Windstopper pants are very tight in the waist. If I had it to do over I would order one size bigger.
Feb 23, 2014
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Dominik D: I'm not sure about the size chart. I'm 5'9" 165 lbs, got those in medium and they fit me very well. As far as I can tell, Dainese sizing is comparable to the American sizing. I hope this helps. Feb 23, 2014
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Jesse J: I'm really not sure, I purchased in store but they do run tighter than American sizes. I would call them and ask. Feb 23, 2014
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Arthur P: check other dainese pants, most of them will have the size chart option-its the same for all their pants Feb 23, 2014
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Arthur P: the only clue i can lend: i'm 5'8, 140lbs, 32" waste-the mediums are great! hope that helps Feb 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can this be used in conjunction with any of Dainese's leather pant line(such as the Delta Pro)? Sep 14, 2013
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Todd B: Yes, I wear Windstopper under Dianese leathers (at least my non-perforated pants, like my Dainese Pony Leather Pant). The Pony has ventilation in the inner thigh...and the Windstopper does the trick on colder winter rides. I also wear them under my Gore-Tex Dianese winter gear. I wouldnt wear these under my one piece racing leathers....just too tight. If you have the room in the pants, go for it (it doesn't take much room as the Windstopper pants are form fitting) Sep 14, 2013
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Antony A: I've owned these since they first came out. They fit much like compression long johns. I'd say you could probably wear these under anything. The material is top notch. They totally keep the wind out and are a good layer for insulation to keep warm. Hope this helps! /cheers Sep 15, 2013
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Jess G: It can be used with any pant including jeans provided you have a little room for a base layer. It really isn't necessary unless the outer layer is breathable...because the whole point of these is to stop air from flowing through in the part of the garment that is black. I use the top and the pants in cold weather with my perforated RevIt jacket and pants...does a great job of keeping the chill from getting through...they I just take them off when it warms up. Sep 17, 2013
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Matias I: I wouldn't know. I wear it to comute to the offce with dress slacks or jeans. when going out on trips i use cordura pants, BMW and Revit, they are not tight pants. the Dainese Map Windstopper Pants, are pretty tight they add about 40MM on you your leg. Sep 15, 2013
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A s: I don't wear leathers but the windstopper pants fit snugly so they should fit under most any other pant. They were great to have on cold mornings...offroading in Mexico, I wore them under mesh Klim pants Sep 15, 2013
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Stephen C asked: I was just wondering how I should go about sizing this product for myself? I'm not seeing the normal size chart your website provides. Thank you for your help. Oct 13, 2014
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Thomas B: I have a medium dainese map shirt. I am 5'9" about 150 lbs with a slim build. I have found with all of dainese' products you need to go 1 size up from what you normally buy for long johns in the states. I recently purchased the pant in a medium as well. Be aware that the foot cuffs are extremely tight at first...surprising anyone, even a slim euro teenager could fit a foot through that. Eventually the cuff loosens. If you wear a small long john pant I would not even consider getting a small dainese map pant. Hope that helps. Oct 13, 2014
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Kent B: I would say these run quite small. I wear 36 inch waist jeans and ordered the size XL Windstopper pants. I find they are quite tight, almost uncomfortably so, in the waist. The waistband is elastic but only stretches so far. So frankly they're hanging in my closet, waiting for me to lose 15-20 lbs.

If I had it to do over again I would have ordered the XXL; it was out of stock when I was shopping so I took a chance and ordered the XL. Hmm, maybe the XXL was out of stock because other people had already figured out they needed the XXL instead of the XL, I don't know...

Hope this helps!
Oct 13, 2014
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Kevin N: I'm a 48 in Dainese leathers and opted for a size small with these as I wanted a tight snug fit. Fits perfect. I'm 168 cm tall. Hope that helps Oct 14, 2014
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chris y: I was told to size them like your underwear. Worked for me. These work well too! Nov 20, 2014
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Kieran E asked: How waterproof are these? In particular would they be any good under a pair of jeans in cold/wet weather? Apr 29, 2014
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James M: They are not waterproof. Quite the opposite really. Once they get wet they take a bit to get dry but if you're look for a good base layer to extend riding season into winter these are the way to go. Apr 29, 2014
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Jesse J: They really aren't going to help much if your wearing jeans in the rain. I keep a pair of waterproof pants rolled up in my tank bag that roll up to the size of a Nalgene bottle Apr 29, 2014
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Jacob B: They work great in cold weather. I have never ridden with them on and in the wet weather but they aren't made of waterproof material so they'd probably get wet Apr 30, 2014
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