Friday, 3 April 2015

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Designed to keep you cool and comfortable in the most extreme hot weather conditions, summer motorcycle jackets are available in leather, textile and mesh options, and will flow plenty of air to keep your body temperature regulated on scorching rides. Mesh motorcycle jackets are excellent in the summer as the extensive mesh paneling coupled with textile zones provides abrasion resistance and superior airflow. Leather summer motorcycle jackets will feature significant perforation and punctuation schemes to keep the air flowing on hot rides. Some leathers designed as summer motorcycle jackets even have a mix of leather and mesh for the ultimate in hot weather riding. With CE rated armor and reinforcements in impact areas, summer motorcycle jackets are the perfect marriage of airflow and protective elements for hot weather riding.
Dainese Laguna EVO Perforated Leather Jacket
Designed and built for the sport rider who should never have to compromise. The combination of Tutu leather, Cordura Comfort and the Microelastic elasticized inserts located in key points such as the hips and elbows, have allowed Dainese to achieve a very technical racing jacket with excellent ergonomics.
The Laguna Evo Jacket is designed for use in all seasons thanks to the large air intakes on the chest and hips and removable thermal lining. Unique style, aggressive looks and attention to detail are the qualities that make this jacket CE certified – Cat. II and a genuine must-buy.
A non-perforated version of this jacket is available for cool weather riding.
Protection:
Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Standard
Jacket certified to CE Category II - 89/686/EEC Directive
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Cowhide leather
Cordura Comfort fabric
Inserts in elasticated fabric
Microelastic elasticated inserts
Waist adjustment
Jacket-trousers fastening system
Air inlets on the chest and sides
Sanitized lining
Removable thermal liner
Localized perforation for air-flow
reviews:
1-So I am 6'3" and weigh 150 with a 35" chest and 26"/34" arms. Needless to say tall and skinny. I have been looking for a jacket that fits in all dimensions for as long as I can remember. I heard from the gear geeks that the Dainese leather jackets seem to have a slightly longer sleeve than others, so I went for this one. I got a 48 hoping it would be a good medium in all the dimensions. I have always had an issue with torsos being short (no exception here), the shoulders seem to be a bit too narrow. I fit perfectly without the shoulder pads, but with them in its somewhat painful. The sleeves were reasonably long enough (could have used an inch but much better than I was expecting) I am going to try a 50 and see if that helps.
2-I feel that it is good protection(untested, hope to keep it that way!) as expected from leather, and great airflow from a leather jacket. I put a Dainese Manis G2 Back protector in my size 56 jacket. Jacket barely fits the back protector in its 'slot', but that works out wonderfully as nothing shifts or moves.
I measured my chest to be 45" with just a t-shirt, and guessed at the size of the jacket where it would be very snug with back protector and cool weather liner, and it worked out just right. I wear a 16.5" x 35" dress shirt, and the sleeves on the jacket turned out just fine.
On the attached pictures, you can see where the back protector silhouetted in the jacket.
3-I initially bought this jacket because i needed a warm winter jacket. The thermal liner for this jacket keeps me very warm. I've ridden in 50 degree weather with just a t-shirt underneath and no probs. I was scared that the perf version was not going to be warm enough, but not the case at all. Hopefully this means I can stretch it into warmer weather. I've worn it in the rain twice, and it's keeping me warm and dry.
Only negatives for me are the snaps instead of Velcro for the side cinch, and the front collar chaffs my neck a bit. Though the back of the collar is very comfy with the new design.
4-looks well made. I'm 6'1 150 lbs and the 48 fits tight with liner on, but I prefer having it tighter for better protection.
5-My first Dainese product and I'm impressed. Totally satisfied with fit, quality, protection, and style.
Excellent price on Black Friday. Regretting I didn't buy the pants the same day. At 5'-9" 190 lbs, 54 fits perfect. Bought 52 first and fit snug so returned it.
My first purchase from RZ, customer service is excellent, no problems with returns. Fast, free shipping to Hawaii.
6-First of all, fitment, which seems to be a source of contention in the reviews/Q&A for this jacket...
I have 2 Dainese jackets before this: one mesh (summer) and one textile (cold weather). Both are size 50, and so is my Laguna Evo. The sizing is the same, so if you own a Dainese, you probably don't want to try anything clever by up/down sizing. With the lining in, however, the Evo feels more snug than my textile. I think this is actually just that leather (especially new) is stiffer than cloth so movement feels more restrictive. Without the lining, it fits great.
Luckily, I live in Florida and that lining is only for rare occasions. A light hoody would fit under the Evo more comfortably. Meanwhile, the perfs do a surprising job of letting air through. I'm hopeful I will be able to wear this at least into early summer, but we'll see.
The leather is heavier and more stout and stiff than I imagined. Moving around the house, sitting in a chair, etc. I was concerned about comfort. Once I got on a bike, however, all was perfectly in place.
Pros:
-Hot styling without looking too extreme
-Great protection and ventilation (Wave G back protector fits nicely too)
-Seasonal versatility
Cons:
-The collar has a very wide circumference. Room for a hoody to stick out I suppose, but it seems odd and awkward to me so far.
-Front zipper sticks straight out when zipped up. I've seen other comments about this and you can see it in the video here. Minor, but seems klunky.
Overall, I'm really excited about this jacket. I've always wanted leather protection I could wear comfortably in Florida--and without looking like a MotoGP wannabe. Score!
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