Dainese Releases New Laguna Seca 5 and Imatra One-Piece Suits

Dainese has announced subtle revisions to its flagship men’s Laguna Seca 5 suit while simultaneously introducing a new suit for women.  

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Back On The Track: Dainese Introduces Two New Racing Suits To North America

Iconic Dainese Leather Suit Gets an Upgrade and The All New Women’s Imatra

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COSTA MESA, Calif. — February 24, 2021 — Dainese, the world leader in protective wear for motorcycle athletes and enthusiasts, known for incorporating style and design with premium safety features, introduced two new racing suits for the 2021 riding season.


Named after the Finnish road races where performance is key, the new Imatra Perforated Women’s Race Suit is built with D-skin 2.0 full-grain cowhide leather with strategically placed Tri-Axial and three-way stretch leather inserts that allow for great freedom of movement while guaranteeing top-level abrasion resistance. Other features include aluminum shoulder plates and an aerodynamic hump designed to hold a hydration kit. Localized perforation in the leather helps keep the suit breathing, especially at speed. A Nanofeel liner with a special silver ion treatment helps keep odors at bay.

The Laguna Seca 5 is the latest evolution of the iconic racing leather suit, the essence of Dainese. Made entirely from premium full-grain cowhide leather, ready for any challenge on the track with total confidence. Built to give maximum freedom of movement on the saddle, the Tri-Axial system on the back and three-way stretch leather inserts allow for perfect mobility while guaranteeing the same level of abrasion resistance. The Laguna Seca 5 also features the latest generation protection from MotoGP with aluminum seamless shoulders and RSS 2.0 elbow sliders.

Together, these two new racing suites bring new graphics and improved functionalities, including the new D-Tech Racing Core inner suit for both men and women.


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