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Fit for the street but built for the track, the Dainese Super Speed D1 Perforated Leather Jacket is designed around race-grade D-Skin 2.0 leather, composite CE rated protectors and that sleek Dainese style we all love. Designed to be mated to a pair of Dainese leather race pants, the Super Speed D1 Jacket is essentially the upper half of a race suit. Apart from the top-of-the-line protection, the Super Speed Jacket includes S1 stretch fabric, microelastic inserts, a Nanofeel antimicrobial liner and localized perforation that, together, give riders a comfortable and dynamic fit.
Note: Non-perforated version shown.
|Euro Size||Alpha Size||USA Size||Chest (cm)||Arm (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||46.5 - 47.5||190 - 191|
|Euro Size||Alpha Size||USA Size||Chest (cm)||Arm (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|
|Euro Size||Alpha Size||USA Size||Chest (cm)||Arm (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.
|Product Style||RevZilla Item #||Manufacturer Product #||Availability|
|Black/Anthracite/Fluo Green / 52||1043666||1533724U6652||Out of Stock|
|Black/Anthracite/Fluo Green / 54||1043667||1533724U6654||Only 1 Left: Ships next business day|
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Welcome to our detailed breakdown of the new Dainese, a Super Speed D1 Perforated Jacket available at RevZilla.com.
This is the D1, brand new for 2015 moving in to '16. And I will say, this is the third iteration of the Super Speed in the last decade to 15 years from Dainese, and this is where they went from Spiderman to full on Venom. If we look at it, super aggressive; there's nothing visible about this. If anything, you would be the anti-visible super murdered out with red accents.
Keep that in mind. It comes in a perfed version, super aggressive, top of the two-piece race suit. No liners to remove here, just a Nanofeel liner and you're getting a full protection suite. Remember, when you play within Dainese, up on top of this is going to be your Super rider, which is going to have your elbow sliders.
It's also going to have some other unique features like the vented chromed out shoulders. And if you want to take a step backwards, maybe invest a little bit less than that $700 to $800 dollar mark, here with the Super Speed, you're looking at the Avro D1 Perforated jacket which is still super bad ass, but doesn't have some the creature comforts here.
Now, moving to this new D1 perf version, there's really a few key changes. The first key change it's using now, Dainese D-skin 2.0; the leather is now lighter. So depending on the size of your bike, it can be up to a pound lighter than the previous version of this jacket. The Dainese D-skin 2.0 also increases its slide-ability by 25%; so its propensity to slide without burning through or gripping by 25%.
And you're getting 100%, or a doubling, of its strength from a tear resistance standpoint. So again, that's the special proprietary tanning process that allows this leather not just to be soft, special, comfortable, Italian sexy, but to be super protective, and that's why you take it to the track; it's what you're investing in.
The other thing that they've done here...and again, perfed and non-perfed versions here on this Super Speed D1. Now, we have four vents instead of two. The previous version had a couple of vents in the front. Now, they're vertical on the side to work better with your bubble on your bike, and there are two exhausts here in the back.
The other key change...and again, this comes less into play for the American market, but I'm going to call it out either way. This jacket will only take a Dainese Wave back protector, versus the Wave and the Manis. And the reason is, is because it has the pockets for the Dainese D-Air Street system which right now, you can't get in the States; you can only get in Europe.
But when we open this up, you're going to see the pockets. If it ever makes it to the States, you're going to have the ability to put the airbag system in this jacket. But one more time, it's not here yet and it's a long way off on the horizon. Keep that in mind. It's something that's happening in Europe, still being perfected. This jacket is set up for, it if it makes it back.
There's so much microelastication, it just becomes so in-your-face and aggressive, but it's done to be optimized for the tuck. Remember, you're going to pair this bad boy with a pair of Delta Pro Evo pants and you're going to take it to the track. Now remember, use a size chart; no surprise on fitment. Remember, there's no thermal linings to worry about here, but it is race fit. It's meant so he stays in that race position.
Now, if we move back, I'm going to call out my favorite new thing on this jacket, besides the aggressive new lines to it. It's the fact the demon logo is massive on the chest, as they did in the previous version, but now they've blacked out your co-injected shoulders, blacked out demon logo, co-injected within this hard part, and below that's going to be your Dainese proprietary armor.
CE-rated in the shoulder underneath your co-injection or your slider. CE-rated in the elbow all the way down into the forearm. The other cool thing they've done for the first time, is this is the first time we've seen a non-suit. They're going to use the glove to suit the InnerTech system. So we saw that Dainese Race Pro In glove, that's going to work within this jacket. It's a low-profile cuff with a TPR. Remember, jacket's still CE-rated.
Check that glove out. It's basically like an inversion of the 4-stroke Evo, but that will now work for the first time here with the Super Speed D1. You can see big panels of S-1 stretch that flow air and allow some breathability and some stretch all the way up. You see your big vents on either side of the chest. They've given you TPRs now, to hold the zippers in place. Again, that's a newer feature.
And before I flip him around to the back, you're going to see down here, you do still have some hand warmer pockets there as well. Again, just throwing them in for good measure. Down along the belly line one more thing, more S-1 stretch again, to give you little bit more room to move if you're in the tuck. Again, this jacket if you just stand around, you make it look good. But if you're standing around in it for long periods of time it's not going to be as comfortable. This jacket's meant to be on you in the tuck and out of the way when you are focused at speed.
Now, if we look at it from the side, a lot going on here. We see the Dainese sports style hump. Again, geared for the track, geared for the street. Moving down, look at this stretch panel, it's insane. It's been updated. Now we have bi-elasticated leather, we have a secondary angle of leather. You have S-1 stretch pulling it all together, and now you move into microelastication down along his lats.
Again, I'm sorry Spiderman can't hang. Venom, yeah, I think it's more of your style. If you don't know what I'm talking about, you're not a nerd like me; Google it. Now, if you look here down towards the bottom, we do have a cinch. You're going to be able to cinch this down, and adjust it. It's really the only spot. And as we said, we do have these vents that are going to flow that air back out through the jacket.
If we look at the side of the elbow too, first time we're seeing 45° angular microelastication. So again, that microelastication that bends around the arm versus straight up and down or straight side to side, is meant to be in the tuck position. It's more ergonomic. Again, this is all about keeping you protected, keeping you intact, and keeping you comfortable when you have long periods of time, whether you're doing track days or full on racing.
Remember, you're looking at a Wave. Don't buy a Manis, it's not going to fit and that's because it's the Wave system that ties in with that D-Air Street. We talked about the back hump. Now they've given you that great reflective under your demon logo to scare off your competitors when you're going too fast on the highway.
I just love those co-injected murdered out shoulders with the red, this is like very Rambo-esque, I can't help myself. Now we unzip it, pull it open really quickly. We're going to open it from this side. Notice, there's a few things going on in here. Nanofeel sanitized liner from Dainese, and then you'll notice this is folded back. There's a little bit of extra material you can tuck it in.
This extra zipper, this is where the DR Street's going to go. So again, this panel and that compartment right there is where you're going to put the airbag system. When you're not using it, you'll have a little bit of extra material, you tuck it in. When you are using it, it's going to fill out.
But again, if you're in the States you're a long ways off. So I'm hoping that you Europeans leave in the comments if you have the D-Air system. I actually love...The D- Air Street, I'd love to know how this is working out for you in Europe because it's going to be some time before we get it here in the good old US of A.
Remember, stepping out from here, your Super Rider D1, the super ride on top of the food chain. Chromed out elbow sliders, the whole deal. This guy, in my opinion, there's a lot of bang for the buck, a lot of protection and its screams at you, Dainese. If you don't want to make the big investment around $700 to $800 dollar mark, spend six to seven get an Avro. An Avro D1 perforated jacket is absolute killer, has similar features and again, carries that super aggressive look. In my opinion, jackets like these are what Dainese built their business on, and they do some of the best aggressive sport leather jackets in the world.