Dainese 2017 bike collection

The new protection line has been improved more than ever to meet the needs of all kinds of mountainbikers.


The successor to the highly-acclaimed Trail Skins, the second-generation again sets the benchmark for breathability, ergonomics and protection. Delivering the ultimate blend of mobility and protection, the low-profile design delivers unrestricted pedalling-freedom and all-day comfort, especially for long distances while still meeting the high European standards for impact protectors. Additional side padding bolsters protection against the most common crashes and dual micro-adjustable elastic bands ensure a customized ultra-fit for every rider.



The proud result of extensive research into the movement of the human body while biking, the Rhyolite 2 Safety Jacket is Dainese’s most ergonomic and advanced design to date and the pinnacle of upper body armor available today. Advancing Dainese’s use of bionomic functional patterns inspired by nature, this jacket features Flexagon protection coverage from the back to the chest, resulting in superior breathability, comfort and protection. With removable sleeves utilizing Dainese’s Pro Armor elbow and shoulder pads, the Rhyolite 2 is an adaptable to address each gravity rider’s needs and different weatherand terrain-conditions.



A world’s first for the bike industry, the Trailknit Pro Armor Tee is a functional base layer with the ability to seamlessly integrate protective elements to match your unique needs. Providing the benefits of a traditional next-to-skin base layer, including temperature regulation and muscle compression, the Trailknit Pro Armor Tee eliminates the need for multiple worn layers by incorporating protection directly into the structure. Constructed of high-performance Dryarn, it provides incredible breathability and insulation in a lightweight package. The low-profile design and ability to integrate Pro Amor padding means all- day comfort and protection on any kind of mountainbike tour.


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