Thursday, November 10

Dainese Theodore D-Dry Jacket

Dainese has earned a reputation of coming out with great looking products that are well built at the same time just like their Dainese Theodore D-Dry Jacket. The Theodore D-Dry is meant for daily use, but at the same time, has a casual sport and city look that is extremely stylish, a word synonymous with Dainese at this point. Dainese has a history of creating high end products that perform extremely well on the road, and the Theodore D-Dry is no different.

Let's check out the Dainese Theodore D-Dry Jacket Review:

Protectionwise, the Theodore D-Dry comes with composite protectors certified to the CE standard, an abrasion and tear resistant high-tenacity polyamide shell, and reflective inserts for visibility. The goldmine in this jacket however lies within its waterproof system. It contains a D-Dry waterproof breathable membrane laminated to the outer fabric that creates an excellent waterproof seal but allows breathability with quick drying in case of rain. It also has a storm flap over the main closure to prevent leakage and a waterproof napoleon pocket tucked in to the front chest. There is a removable hood to keep you dry and warm as well as a removable thermal liner to be used in colder temperatures. For your comfort, they have included adjustment possibilities for the sides and cuffs and waist elasticated inserts.

This is one of our favorite new jackets from Dainese as not only does it feature comfort and style that are off the charts, but it is also highly functional with subtle add-ons like the removable hood and thermal collar that really take it to the next level. It is bound to be a favorite amongst casual and city riders in no time.

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