“Vintage” has been in-fashion for some time now. You know it’s official when major corporations start releasing new clothing lines to capitalize. The difference is, Dainese has the heritage to back it up. Founded by Lino Dainese in 1972, Dainese holds roots in Molvena - 36060, Vicenza, Italy. The 36060 Capsule Collection is the new menswear line that aims to please those looking for improved safety, without compromising style.
The collection will include boots, jackets, shirts, trousers, and gloves - all designed with a vintage look that harkens back to Dainese’s humble beginnings. Trousers will feature Kevlar reinforcement, while the jackets will include armor in the elbow and shoulders. The four shoe styles range from full length leather boots to canvas sneakers. Weather and Injury protection will be standard, of course. The gloves will be cut from goat-skin leather and some styles will include armor in the knuckles.
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Dainese’s use of waxed cowhide leather, goatskin and classic British Millerain textile fabric suggests high-end. The pricing for apparel will range between $109 and $199 and outerwear $499 and $799. Footwear retails between $140 and $260, and gloves start at $69.95. We’ll keep you updated once we have our hands on these items, but Dainese rarely disappoints.
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So, how important is stylish gear to you guys?