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Euro Sizing Conversions?

I'm in the market for some riding pants, though I haven't decided between textile or leather.

Currently I have a size 52 Dainese JetPac coat, so naturally I've been looking at some of the Dainese models that will zip together. After looking online at various sizing charts I am still unable to determine what could fit me best.

I'll try to make it into a dealer so I can try some on, but in the meanwhile can anyone shed some light on the euro pant sizing? I'm 32/32 in most jeans.

Also, don't leather pants run shorter than you would normally wear? Is this the same for textile pants?


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I'm in the market for some riding pants, though I haven't decided between textile or leather.

Currently I have a size 52 Dainese JetPac coat, so naturally I've been looking at some of the Dainese models that will zip together. After looking online at various sizing charts I am still unable to determine what could fit me best.

I'll try to make it into a dealer so I can try some on, but in the meanwhile can anyone shed some light on the euro pant sizing? I'm 32/32 in most jeans.

Also, don't leather pants run shorter than you would normally wear? Is this the same for textile pants?

Most - if not all motorcycling pants will run shorter than regular pant to make allowance for boots. However, it is not 100% so. Some - like outter wear oversuits will run regular inseams.

Check out Kneedraggers or just go to Dainese.com as they have a Dainese sizing chart that shows the sizes and their US equivalent. Typically, a EURO 52 equates to a US 42... and so on.

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