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The Dainese Aero EVO D1 Race Suit gets all the trickle-down delights from MotoGP. The first Dainese race suit to feature replaceable elbow sliders, the Aero EVO D1 is designed for the most aggressive track rats out there. Riders who really push the limits of their machines and themselves will benefit from the outstanding ergonomics and protective features that keep you focused on hitting those apexes. The Aero EVO D1 also features Dainese's latest gloves-to-sleeve InnerTech system that takes a new approach to how the suit interfaces with your gloves.
Note: RevZilla has found the Dainese Aero EVO D1 Race Suit to run small and suggests going up if you are between sizes.
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|Black/Fluo Red/Fluo Red / 44||1043572||1513442V9944||Out of Stock|
|Black/Fluo Red/Fluo Red / 46||1043573||1513442V9946||Out of Stock|
|Black/Fluo Red/Fluo Red / 48||1043574||1513442V9948||Out of Stock|
|Black/Fluo Red/Fluo Red / 50||1043575||1513442V9950||Out of Stock|
|Black/Fluo Red/Fluo Red / 52||1043576||1513442V9952||Out of Stock|
|Black/Fluo Red/Fluo Red / 54||1043577||1513442V9954||Out of Stock|
|Black/Fluo Red/Fluo Red / 56||1043578||1513442V9956||Out of Stock|
|Black/Fluo Red/Fluo Red / 58||1043579||1513442V9958||Out of Stock|
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|White/Black/Sky Blue / 44||1043545||151344230444||Only 2 Left: Ships within 24 hours|
|White/Black/Sky Blue / 46||1043546||151344230446||Out of Stock|
|White/Black/Sky Blue / 48||1043547||151344230448||Out of Stock|
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|White/Black/Sky Blue / 52||1043549||151344230452||Out of Stock|
|White/Black/Sky Blue / 54||1043550||151344230454||Out of Stock|
|White/Black/Sky Blue / 56||1043551||151344230456||Out of Stock|
|White/Black/Sky Blue / 58||1043552||151344230458||Out of Stock|
|White/Black/Sky Blue / 60||1043553||151344230460||Out of Stock|
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Welcome to our detailed breakdown of the new Dainese Aero EVO D1 Race Suit available at RevZilla.com.
Aero EVO D1, replacement for Aero EVO C2. Now, Dainese, we already yelled at you. You've been working on your names. They gonna be a little bit more easily understood moving forward. What they've changed, going from C2 to D1 are a few things, and I like the progression. Now, if we look at this suit as a whole, this is a high-end suit in the Dainese line, around the $1500-$1600 mark. From here, you're really looking Kangaroo in the Trickster, or you're going up to the Misano which is D-Air. Again, this is an apex predator, with a pro level of race aggression. Looking at it, though, the big thing that jumps out, it is the only W-frame suit in the Dainese lineup. And very quickly, so you can keep watching or stop watching, a W-frame allows for a super aggressive pre-shape, but it's much more comfortable and it's much easier in and out, even just standing around in a single, traditional, up the center line zipper. That's why they do this.
So moving into the changes from C2 to D1. Now, first thing you're gonna notice is the color scheme. Much more aggressive. I first saw this in Italy a year ago, and I said, "Ooh!" I said, "This is interesting. It's like going from Spiderman to Venom." You can see how the color blocking comes in. This is the black and green. There's a black and floral red. There's also a BMW color with three color options. They've also made the micro-elastication, which is a way to create elastication without full elasticated panels, and bake it in, and it's still stronger and more lightweight. They made it more aggressive.
The other thing they've really added here, Adams's apple guard up here towards the top, which is a nice addition. But the big thing that I'm most proud about for Dainese here, on this Aero EVO D1, is the fact that without changing the price, they now gave you the RSS, which is a shoulder or at the elbow slider system being worn by the pros in Moto GP, replaceable TPU slider, with the titanium hard parts seated on top of the elbow. On top of that, composite elbow and forearm armor. Again, it's awesome to see them do that without changing the price. If we stay on protection scheme, remember, co-injected shoulders on top of composite armor, CE rated. You're gonna have your aluminum sliders, aluminum sliders on the knees. You have your removable knee pucks as well as your knee and shin composite armor that goes all the way down. So again, fully featured from Dainese, and really would be up to you to add a Dainese racing back protector in wave format or a power sheena[SP] under this to take it to the track.
Now let's talk briefly about sizing. It is meant to be comfortable in the race position, not so comfortable if you're riding it around, just hanging out outside of Wendy's on a Saturday night. This is meant to get...I know what you do. I know it's those Oreo Blizzards. Stop it. But again, jokes aside, it's all about the race pre-shape. The W-frame makes it more comfortable, allows you to become even more aggressive across the abdomen. Again, it's a very definitive thing.
The other nice part too is look at our S-1 stretch panels, starting all the way up at the collar, all the way down the inside of the arm. They allow for volumetric expansion. They come across your shoulder joint, and they're gonna flow some air there as well. Now if we look at this, you're gonna notice other perforation, other S-1 stretch panels in the crotch on the way down. I would love to see a full perf version of this, where you have even more perforation.
So again, if you're in the Northeast, and you're like, "Perforation scheme is paramount," this probably isn't the most well-vented of the Dainese suits. It offers some other technicality and progression in different areas. And you can see all of the micro-elastication working its way throughout. And remember, safety-stitched throughout. Remember, we told you he's wearing a size 52. It's gonna fit him for the racetrack. We'll ship for free over 39 bucks. Remember that, and use a size chart. No surprises there. I'd also love it if you'd click our logo, subscribe to us at RevZilla TV, leaving your comments or questions or feedback on the new Aero EVO D1.
Now, back into the leather. D-Skin 2.0. D-Skin is more premium leather from Dainese, proprietary tanning process. It increases the abrasion resistance, tear resistance, and the tensile strength. So again, leaps and bounds forward. This is part of their proprietary RN/DN Technology. You can see how that works it's way in safety-stitched throughout. I really...I mentioned it earlier...I really dig the aggressive color blocking on this new version of the EVO D1. Moving down towards the knee, you saw the micro-elastication. We've talked about the shoulder co-injection, micro-perforation on the backside, micro-elastication on the backside of the elbow. Notice here, my elbow slider and my titanium slider here, so TPU, which is going to be removable-replaceable titanium slider which is there to keep you badass. Again, keep you there. You're not gonna wear it down. It's titanium. It's light weight. It's the best.
So if we move his arm up, remember what we talked about. Because of the W-frame, we can do different things. Notice this S-shaped stretch panel. Dual. You have your black accordion and your green accordion. Again, massive stretch, micro-elastication, perforated TPU along the backside. You can see how that works down, even on the side of the knee. They're gonna have a lot of accordion stretch panel, again, tying this bad boy together. If you move your way down into the calf, you'll see even more micro-elastication on the calf-stretch panel itself, as well as a volumetric extension panel down there, that's gonna allow you, if you have a bigger calf, you can expand it out.
Looking at the back, they made some style updates here. You now have the demon eyes at the yoke. Again, more elastication. Being more aggressive shape, it's gonna have more areas to expand, full GP-style hump. You do have the pocket for the water bag system, and you can see the micro-elastication across the neck. Again, silver tying in with green. There's a Venom, Spiderman, all of it. It's just like I'm waiting for Marvel Comics to sue them over this one because it looks like it's right out of a comic book. Moving into his seat. Tailbone protection. Dual reinforcement at the seat, and then we talked about the micro-elastication on the inside of the calves as you work your way down.
My only gripe, 3D bubble liner at the back. It will take a back protector that you'd wear underneath. It's going to have Nanofeel, which is a silver ion-infused lining on the inside, but because it's W-frame, it's a non-removable liner. So if you really need to be able to remove the liner that you're using on your every weekend track suit, this one doesn't have removable liners. So you're gonna have to air it out, wash it a little bit different, care for it a little different. So you can't pull that liner, and just drop it into the wash. Keep that in mind. That's really my only gripe with it.
So remember, in the Dainese family you have the Laguna Seca EVO D-1, around $1200 mark. This bad boy comes into play at around $1500. You go Trickster above this, which is gonna be full Kangaroo, and from there into the DR Racing with the Misano or the Mugello, which is your Made to Measure System. That's the Dainese racing suit line-up. I like it. They've pared it down. They've made them more differentiated, and they've made them more technical, moving forward.