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  • Dainese Mig C2 Gloves

    Dainese Mig C2 Gloves

    Bryan in PA


    Tried 2 pairs of Astars prior. These are much more comfortable with the curved fingers and split knuckle protectors. Material feels thicker also. I order L in every brand, these fit spot on. Cuff is a little snug when putting them on

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  • Dainese Super Speed Tex Jacket

    Dainese Super Speed Tex Jacket

    Paul in WA

    Super Speed Jacket

    Decent jacket, but not sure if it is worth the $370+ price tag. Fit was on the small side-I wear a 44US Tourmaster that is slightly large. Had to get a 56 in the Dianese and it fits just right. The liner does what it is meant to do, however one of the snap connections in the cuff was already ripped off when I received the jacket-pretty weak sewing job. Also as others have noted, the material in the neck area is also textile, and it will rub your neck raw after a long ride. The zipper pulls are on the small side, and are hard to grab with gloves The jacket breathes well with the liner out, appears to be pretty well made, and looks good. I matched this with the Drake Air Tex pants. The pants to jacket connection works good, and is easy to zip/unzip after you are suited up.

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  • Dainese Drake Super Air Tex Pants

    Dainese Drake Super Air Tex Pants

    Paul in WA

    Super Air Tex pants

    Pretty decent so far, ventilation is good. Cant say much about durability yet. Wish they came with hip pads. I am 6'1", wear a 36 x 32 jean size, and the 56 fit perfectly. I originally paired these with the Super Speed Tex jacket. but the 56 was too small, so I returned for a 58. I would recommend

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  • Dainese Hard Shorts E1

    Dainese Hard Shorts E1

    Matt2smoke in PA

    Very brief, the plastic and the padding are very thin and flexible worth $20 not $105! Definitely would not recommend. Klim makes a better riding short with better protection and cheaper.

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