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Old Jan 2nd 2017, 02:22 AM   #1
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Cold weather jacket for Panigale

Hi Guys,

Was trying to find similar topic in the forum but could not find exactly what was looking for.
So due to the fact that I do live in Poland where 10-15 deg Celsius is a norm and summer time last for approximately 3 month with average temp of 20-22deg is anyone in the forum that can share knowledge and experience in following subject.What kind of jacket are you guys wearing when is around 10-12 deg Celsius and is raining? Is it textile jacket or leather jacket?

I was thinking about something like below but not sure how it will work and looks on Panigele?
http://www.dainese.com/eu_en/catalog...e-texr-jacket/
or maybe leather winter jacket would be better option
Dainese Official Website: online motorcycle clothing, motorcycle protections and ski clothing. - Dainese

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Old Jan 2nd 2017, 03:03 AM   #2
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I have one of these and it is great, due to the removable thermal liner.

https://amsducati.com/ducati-corse-tex-2-jacket
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Old Jan 2nd 2017, 04:59 AM   #3
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What minimum temperature you have been riding this jacket in?
I found below - I believe it is a new model of your jacket.
Is it comfortable enough?

https://amsducati.com/ducati-corse-c...-riding-jacket

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I have one of these and it is great, due to the removable thermal liner.

https://amsducati.com/ducati-corse-tex-2-jacket
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Old Jan 2nd 2017, 11:37 AM   #4
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It is summer here at the moment so havent had a chance to test it yet as i only got it 3 months ago......but it is very comfortable and yes that is the new version of it.
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Old Jan 3rd 2017, 08:38 AM   #5
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I will try to get one of these in Poland.


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Old Jan 3rd 2017, 08:50 AM   #6
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Originally Posted by Wallaroo View Post
I have one of these and it is great, due to the removable thermal liner.

https://amsducati.com/ducati-corse-tex-2-jacket
I have this same jacket, but I ride the Hyper to work (less wind protection than my Panigale). The coldest it's been so far is 39F and it was plenty of cold protection. I don't use the liner either. I will say that without the liner the shoulder pads are annoying when you're putting it on. The last arm you put in that pad always rolls over inside the sleeve. The zippers are annoying as well. The pull doesn't rotate completely side to side if that makes sense. They also don't have any ties on them so they are hard to get a hold of with gloves on.
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Originally Posted by RetardedTiming View Post
I have this same jacket, but I ride the Hyper to work (less wind protection than my Panigale). The coldest it's been so far is 39F and it was plenty of cold protection. I don't use the liner either. I will say that without the liner the shoulder pads are annoying when you're putting it on. The last arm you put in that pad always rolls over inside the sleeve. The zippers are annoying as well. The pull doesn't rotate completely side to side if that makes sense. They also don't have any ties on them so they are hard to get a hold of with gloves on.


Good to know that it works in 4deg Celsius.
I am looking for something like that.
So taking all the downsides into consideration is it worth buying?do you have any other jacket to recommend?thanks


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Old Jan 3rd 2017, 12:39 PM   #8
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I Ride: Anniversario l Hypermotard 939 SP
I bought mine recently on the Black Friday discount that Ducati of Omaha was running for $176. So yeah, most definitely worth it. It was important that they zip to my leather pants which also were bought on special. For weekend rides I have an Alpinestars 2-piece GP-Pro race suit that I typically wear instead. Very happy with the fit, finish, zippers and gloves.
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I have this same jacket, but I ride the Hyper to work (less wind protection than my Panigale). The coldest it's been so far is 39F and it was plenty of cold protection. I don't use the liner either. I will say that without the liner the shoulder pads are annoying when you're putting it on. The last arm you put in that pad always rolls over inside the sleeve. The zippers are annoying as well. The pull doesn't rotate completely side to side if that makes sense. They also don't have any ties on them so they are hard to get a hold of with gloves on.
I dont have any of these problems and none of my jackets have ties on the zippers.
What size do you have ??.....mine is a 50
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I wear a 52. I find that it's difficult to grab the zipper with gloves on when they don't have ties on them to give you more to grab. The zipper pull gets cocked sideways making it even more difficult to grab.
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