Friday, September 23

Dainese 2012 Leather Jackets

Dainese VR46 Leather Jacket
Brand new for late Fall 2011 and early 2012, Dainese is releasing a slew of new product, as they tend to do every year. This time around, we're particularly excited about some new leather offerings. From city riding to racing to women's gear, Dainese left no stone uncovered for this collection, and their continued attention to safety, performance and style is evident in each of the new products. As of now, we've only gotten our hands on a few of the new leathers, but be sure to stay tuned as we will surely be doing video reviews on each of the new products from the 2012 Dainese Gear collectionas soon as we can get them to RevZilla HQ.

First up is what we consider the absolute home run of the collection. The Dainese Razon Leather Jacket is replaces the SF Leather in the lineup as your go-to subtle and stylish city and naked bike riding leather. Constructed of soft and supple premium cowhide, the Razon is minimalistic in its approach to everything from elastic inserts (microelastic panels with elasticity woven into leather) to branding. There is removable CE armor in the shoulders and elbows and a pocket for a CE rated Dainese back protector. The removable thermal liner really allows this jacket to be stretched deep into the temperature range and the intake vents help you stay cool when the weather gets a little warmer. We're big fans of the brand new understated Dainese Razon.

Check out our video review of the Dainese Razon Leather Jacket:



Next we have the brand new Dainese Avro Leather Jacket. Drawing heavy inspiration from the Avro Leather Suit released within the last year, the Avro Jacket is a racing and sport jacket to its core. With co-injected CE shoulder armor topped with aluminum sliders, CE rated elbow/forearm armor and a pocket for a CE back protector, and a premium abrasion-resistant cowhide shell, protection is the foremost concern here. Strategic S1 stretch paneling allows for uninhibited movement, while the removable thermal liner allows for temperature flexibility. Adjustments at the waist and neck help to cinch this down for the snuggest sport fit. This head-turning jacket has you covered in sport riding conditions.

Check out our video review of the Dainese Avro Leather Jacket:



As for the rest of the new leathers from Dainese, we will be reviewing them as soon as we get them. Check out some photos below for each of the new leather jackets.

Dainese Supermoto Leather Jacket
Dainese Newater Leather Jacket












Dainese Rapier Leather Jacket
Dainese R-Twin Leather Jacket















-RetroZilla
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