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post #1 of 11 Old 10-23-2008, 12:06 AM Thread Starter
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dainese tribal tattoo jacket size 56/46

Anyone interested in a Dainese tribal tattoo jacket? Size 56(Euro)/46(USA). I really like this jacket, but it is a size or two too big for me.

The jacket is extremely well made. It has removable armor in the shoulders and elbows. Black/silver/red. Original new price was $675. The style is discontinued. There is a scuff on one shoulder as shown in the last picture.

$175 or best offer...

Also I will be posting a Teknic textile red jacket tomorrow for $35.









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post #2 of 11 Old 10-23-2008, 04:16 AM
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That's a nice looking jacket. I've never owned anything made by Dainese before. How does it compare to other brands like Alpinestars?

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That jacket is pretty enough just to wear around when not riding.

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That jacket is pretty enough just to wear around when not riding.
biker jacket + no bike = serious thumpin' by friends/fellow riders


but it IS good looking, always liked it...wrong size though, ah well, back to the program

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biker jacket + no bike = serious thumpin' by friends/fellow riders


but it IS good looking, always liked it...wrong size though, ah well, back to the program
Might fit if you lay off the ribs...

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Might fit if you lay off the ribs...
Or, it might fit "one" rib for protection?

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I've been wearing that same jacket(black and white) for years now... very nice. Superb construction.

I only own Dainese leathers... hard to beat them in comfort/quality.

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Thanks ragdoll...

Ken, Dainese leathers are some of the best. They sell in a much higher price range than alpinestars. Part of the price difference is branding, part of it is that the leather seems to be thicker and the construction better. If you feel it, the jacket is very heavy. I'll hate to see the jacket go, but it's time to get something that actually fits me.

hbr, I live in west L.A., right next to Cedars-Sinai hospital.

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is it sold yet?

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sold. thanks.

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