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Dainese Air-Frame Textile Jacket
The Dainese Air-Frame Textile Jacket opens up hot weather riding to those who still want to stay protected without suffering in a leather sweatbox. The Boomerang and Quick Dry chassis holds large mesh panels that keep air moving through the jacket while also providing abrasion resistance. Removable composite elbow and shoulder protectors boost the jackets level of safety by increase both impact and abrasion resistance in key areas. A pocket for a G1 or G2 back protector allows you to add CE level 1 or 2 back protection for a complete protection package and an included wind-breaker liner turns off the airflow if the temperature dips.
- Removable composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standard
- Boomerang fabric
- Quick Dry fabric
- Mesh fabric.
- Neck adjustment
- Waist adjustment
- Wrist adjustment
- Sleeve volume adjustment
- Jacket-trousers fastening system
- Removable wind-breaker liner
- Sanitized lining
- Pocket for Dainese Wave G1 and G2
- Reflective inserts
- 2 outside pockets
- Internal pocket
Note: Black/High Rise colorway does not have white fabric at bicep area.
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Reviews & Questions
My jacket now has 3 holes in it, one about the size of a 50 cent piece on the shoulder where the pad is and 2 nickel sized holes on each arm and the only injury I came away with was a scraped knee because I was wearing regular jeans.
As far as i'm concerned this jacket does its job perfectly. Not only did It protect me when taking a fall it also kept me nice and cool when I would go out riding and I live in Florida. The only cons I can think is that it did fit a little small and that it didn't come with a back plate but that's about it.
In Ohio we have all the seasons and for those sticky summer days - or even just an evening ride on a mildly warm day - a good mesh jacket is a must have. This one gets my recommendation for a few reasons:
It flows air. No jacket will keep you completely cool if the weather is brutal or if you're sitting in traffic on top of an idling engine while the dude in the car ahead of you isn't paying attention to the newly green light, but a mesh jacket needs to keep you cool at speed and this jacket does. The shoulder area can get a little warm but there is enough going on through the chest and back that you'll hardly notice it. A few folks here say it's not a warm enough jacket for 60 degree weather but I'd disagree. You can manage a commute at cooler morning temperatures without too much issue. Obviously once you're into 70s and lower consistently it's time to switch to your leather jacket anyway.
It holds your protection in place. This issue has always been my biggest pet peeve with mesh jackets - there isn't enough structure to really hold your pads where they need to be. Let's be honest, mesh isn't your ideal material for a crash so it needs to balance comfort and a small degree of rigidity; this jacket hits that balance perfectly and it's the best thing about product in my opinion. And yes, you should wear or insert a back protector. If you don't have one, get one.
It fits well. I'm that guy that is always between sizes. I'm 6'0" and weigh about 170 so I'm certainly on the thin side and many brand motorcycle jackets fit me too big in the stomach area. In Dainese either a 50 (sleeves just a tiny bit short) or a 52 (chest just a tiny bit big) and the European style suits me well. For a summer jacket I'd recommend going a tiny bit larger (unless it lets your protection pads move too much) only because it breaths a tiny bit better, which is why you wanted a mesh jacket in the first place.
It's high quality and looks appealing. Again, quality and appeal are expected at this price point so I won't go on and on about how well it's made. It's a Dainese and that's what we expect. Enough said.
I might make the pockets a little deeper (I wear gauntlet gloves and feel the pockets are just a bit small) and I find Dainese neck sizing to be a little inconsistent with jacket size (who are these people with 40 inch chests but a 17.5 inch necks? It traps just a bit more air up near my helmet than I'd like) but these are minor quibbles and should not keep you from this purchase. Overall solid jacket and immediately became my second favorite (right behind an older Dainese that I bought when I returned to riding). Good luck in your decision. And thanks to Revzilla guys. I only recently started using your site and it, and your service, are excellent.
The only criticism I can come up with is that there aren't tall sizes but I'm a skinny dude with a long torso.
I've tried different types of mesh jackets but I keep coming back to the Dainese Air-Frame. This is my second Air-Frame (I sold the older one as I had lost weight and needed to go down one size)
The Air-Frame has the right mix of mesh and textile layers and flows plenty of air at all times. It's also not too flashy (I bought the full black version) and I like it that the sleeves are not fitting/tight around the forearm unlike other higher-end Dainese like the Super Speed Textile. Around the torso, the fit is good without being too tight, and like most Dainese jackets, the Air-Frame is designed largely for slim/athletic builds.
The only downside I can think of is that the mesh can make your skin around the arms feel a little itchy once in a while, but most of the time it's not an issue.
It's not cheap, but Dainese gear is worth paying for.
I recomend this product
Sizing was true to the published Dainese size chart. I'm 5'10", just shy of 200 with a 44 inch chest. I ordered both the 54 and 56 and had to send the 54 back as it was tight (more than just snug) across the shoulders.
The only other jacket I considered was the Rev'it Airwave, but decided against it as it does not have the wind liner.
So far this jacket has not disappointed me. It was ~45 degrees the other day. I threw the wind liner in the jacket, and was able to squeeze a hoodie under the jacket too. I was perfectly warm on my cruise (~40mph). The coldest part were my hands, from my non-existent gloves.
A note on sizing. I wear a size 44, and it fits like a glove. Sizing was spot on to the size chart. Seriously, Dainese makes so many sizes it's hard to pick the wrong one if you size yourself correctly. Main reason I chose Dainese is because they're one of the few who actually MAKE a jacket my size. The fit is definitely slim and euro cut, which I like. However with that said, I was still able to squeeze a hoodie (which was also slim cut, not sure a baggy hoodie would fit) under the jacket. The arm adjustments are nice to keep the arms from getting all baggy in the wind. The leather lined collar and sleeves are a nice touch, too.
Overall, 2 thumbs up from me. Also, 2 thumbs up for Revzilla customer service when I called them asking for solid recommendations. They really came through to help a newbie!
My question is 1) Should I be worried that the sleeve length on the 52 (25.2 inches) being too short for me and go up a size to the 54 where the sleeve length is 25.6inches.? My sleeve length is 25.7 but I can't really jump up to a 58.
2) What is the difference between a jacket tall sizing and a regular sizing? According to the chart I don't fit into a regular 52 but do fit a tall sizing 52 (apart from the sleeves being short). Are the tall and the regular two separate fits? I am a bit confused here because there isn't a tall size option while purchasing.
I actually went down/across a hood in this jacket. It got tore up a bit where it hit the asphalt but I've still woren it since I did fracture my previusly injured shoulder but it wasn't the one that took the impact so i think it was just bad luck. I would recomend it for sure. It really is a jacket for hot weather and when you really don't want to wear a a jacket, but know the reality of how little people pay attention when driving these days.