Super Speed 3 perforated Jacket defines a new evolutionary step in the world of leather sport jackets, becoming the new benchmark in terms of innovation and performance. The perfect trade-off between safety and comfort is provided by Pro-Armor level 2 protectors on shoulders - for the first time on a garment of this class - combined with thermoformed construction and replaceable aluminium plates on shoulders. Entirely built in D-Skin 2.0 leather, with Microelastic 2.0 and bi-elastic S1 fabric for the best comfort, freedom of movement and iconic Dainese athletic fit, it is extremely cut-and-abrasion resistant. Premium details like aerodynamic spoiler, the exclusive “High Performance Bottom Construction” for an optimal cover in riding position and integrated aluminium plate on level 2 elbow protector complete the extraordinary features of this jacket.
MATERIAL AND CARE
Bi-axial elasticated inserts
High performance bottom construction
Jacket-pants fastening system
Neck comfort construction
1 inner pocket
2 outer pockets on front
Integrated reflective inserts
Replaceable Slider System 2.0: quickly releasable elbow slider
D-skin 2.0 full grain cowhide leather
S1 bielastic fabric
Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Level 2 standard on elbows
Pocket for Double Chest protector
Pocket for G1 & G2 back protector
Pro-Armor protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Level 2 standard on shoulders
Replaceable aluminum plate on shoulder (1876165 kit shoulder sport aluminum)
Seamless aluminium plates on elbows
Thermoformed base shoulders
3D-Bubble fabric inserts
Air vents on sides
Breathable Nanofeel® liner with Silver ion treatment
MOTORBIKE JACKETS : MAN
HOW TO MEASURE YOURSELF
Circumference of the chest
The circumference of the chest is the maximum measurement taken around the chest when standing upright and breathing normally. The tape measure is passed around the chest at the level of the shoulder blades, elow the armpits.
This is the distance between the outside of the shoulder (humerus) and the wrist when the arm is relaxed.
Circumference of the neck
The circumference of the neck is measured about 2 cm below the Adam’s apple at the seventh cervical vertebra.
Circumference of the waist
The circumference of the waist is measured by passing the tape measure on the waistline between the ribs and the pelvis just above the hip bones. Take the measurement when standing upright and breathing normally with the abdomen relaxed (see waistline).