High technical content, ergonomics and quality, in the best Dainese tradition, distinguish this one-piece suit with an enviable quality-to-price ratio that makes it a good entry level product to the Dainese world. Aluminium plates on the shoulders combined with soft Pro Shape protectors, patented Microelastic inserts on the back and cowhide, are just some of the solutions used for this suit with assertive and unmistakably Dainese look.
- Shock protection
- Composite protectors certified to EN1621.1/97 Standard
- Pro-Shape: soft protectors certified to EN 1621.1/97 Standard hips and shoulders
- Aluminum inserts on shoulders
- Localized perforation
- Abrasion and tear resistance
- S1 fabric
- Microelastic elasticated inserts
- Inserts in stretch fabric
- Elasticated Inserts
- Collar with elasticated insert
- Zipper for calf
- Temperature adjustment
- Aerodynamic hump
- Soft inserts
- Interchangeable sliders
- Oversuit provided
- Protection & Cleaning Kit
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