Dainese AERO EVO D1 1 PIECE motorcycle leather suit. The evolution of Aero Evo C2, combining ergonomics, technical content and a cutting edge design amazingly.
Maximum ergonomics and technical content are combined in a cutting edge design and a construction that revolutionizes motorcycle apparel: Aero Evo will amaze you with the exceptional fit offered by the patented Microelastic inserts, which enables controlled stretching of the leather without having to reduce its thickness, as occurs in conventional elasticated inserts, thus improving mechanical strength. With its patented elasticated abdominal section, the suit always fits perfectly, even when crouching over the fuel tank. This exceptional suit, dedicated to racetrack riding enthusiasts, is completed by aluminium inserts on shoulders and knees, co-injected protectors on the shoulders, localised perforation, inserts in bi-axial elastic fabric and suit-boot fastening system, both patented.
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