For those of us living here in the Northeast, it may be hard to believe, but at some point, warm weather (real warm weather) will arrive. Spring has been dreary and the pool days limited. Overcast skies have kept things soggy, and we’ve been more inclined to bundle up than to air it out. However, if the history of the world has taught us anything, it is that as Earth makes its way through it’s orbit around the Sun, and summer gets here, things will in fact heat up. Dainese, forward-thinking as they are, has thought ahead and with the release of their new Super Rider D-Dry motorcycle jacket, they have introduced the ultimate in hot-weather, go-fast mesh jackets.
The Dainese Super Rider D-Dry Jacket takes the aesthetic and design of top-tier race jackets and combines it with a super breezy textile mesh to strategically move a ton of air over riders in the saddle. With a Mugello fabric chassis that has been augmented with Tutu cowhide inserts, the Super Rider motorcycle jacket also utilizes 3D mesh panels to provide the ultimate in lightweight, consistent, and incredibly comfortable airflow. At the same time, Dainese knows that not all days are warm and sunny (unfortunately). For such instances, the Super Rider Jacket also offers a drop D-Dry waterproof liner that will not only keep the water out, but also functions as a windstopper, thus allowing the Super Rider D-Dry Jacket to extend its usability into both wetter and cooler days. Additional features of the Super Rider include painted aluminum shoulder sliders, composite E&S armor, temperfoam chest pads, the ability to take chest and back armor, and a race-inspired aerodynamic speed hump.
Dainese Super Rider D-Dry Jacket Review:
In the end, warm spring and hot summer weather will be here (we hope). When those days come, so too will the Dainese Super RIder D-Dry motorcycle jacket, and it will be ready to provide top-of-the-line comfort, style, and protection for fans of Italian moto-sexy.
Have fun out there, be safe, and as always…
Enjoy the ride,