This is new and unworn, which I know not only because of its spectacular gleaming and fresh beauty, but also because the owner came in metaphorically crying big hot tears of consumer sadness. He’d used the online sizing charts, bought it for damn near $700 Canadian dollars, what with the current punishing exchange and all, had it shipped, which was expen$ive, and paid duty on it as well.
And it didn’t fit. Not even a tiny bit of fitting. Not even a grudging zip-up for one slightly constricted ride around town. Sad trombone.
If you are smaller than the original owner, you’re about to get one of those there sweet deals. We figure it for a tightish classic men’s small, about a 38 – 40.
Do drop by and try it on.
#7903. $549 before tax. Canadian bucks. No shipping or duty or exchange.
Dainese has some (fairly non-humourous, if I may critque) stuff to say about it:
Dainese Stripes EVO Leather Jacket
The introduction of new technical solutions ushers in the restyled version of one of the the best selling Dainese jackets: welcome the Stripes Evo Jacket. This garment unleashes an inimitable charm and style, while preserving the distinctive traits that have always defined it: cowhide treated with resins and oils to give it a vintage look, a dry cut and moderately sporty details in cowhide leather. The versatility of this jacket has been further enhanced, adding a removable thermal liner also newly structured air-intakes on the chest, which are able to maintain an optimal opening when riding.
Protection: Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Standard
Ergonomics and Comfort:
- Vintage cowhide leather
- Suede cowhide inserts
- S1 fabric
- Elasticated inserts
- Neck adjustment
- Waist adjustment
- Jacket-trousers fastening system
- Removable thermal liner
- Air inlets on the chest
- Sanitized lining
- Pocket for G1 and G2 back protector
- 2 outer pockets
- 1 internal pocket
- Denoted as Dainese G. Stripes EVO Pelle in Dainese catalog