Monday, June 14

2010 Dainese Stripes Race Suit Review




The Dainese Stripes Race Suit comes in blazing hot as a brand new mid-range professional grade racing suit. The Stripes comes in right at $999, and the feature set is absurdly sweet.

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First, it comes in three colors, including the fire-engine, million-miles-an-hour red (in the video above) that'll let the other guys know who just served them on the track. Now let's get into the features. You've got perforated 1.2-1.4mm race-level cowhide with temperfoam inserts. There is S1 stretch fabric in the critical areas for comfort and mobility. CE Rated protection in the knees and shoulders topped with aluminum inserts on the shoulders and replaceable sliders in the knees. It has bi-elasticated stretch paneling in the areas that need to be most mobile when you hit the race position. A sanitized liner, aerodynamic spoiler, reflective inserts and that classic Dainese style round this guy out.

Honestly, I could continue to ramble about the merits of this suit for another few hundred words. For the sake of brevity: this suit, for a mid-range option, has features and functionality that smoke the competition. Its preshaping is moderate as Dainese designed this suit for the range of riders that hit the track regularly through racers.

Check out all the Dainese Race Suits at RevZilla. Or compare this to the rest of our motorcycle race suits.

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