Riders seeking a riding pant offering a combination of protection, comfort and adaptability need look no further than the Mig, which boasts hybrid construction of washable Grid cowhide leather and Cordura Comfort fabric, along with mesh fabric inserts and a removable windproof liner. Microelastic inserts ensure a good fit, and EN-certified protectors are included.
Two outside pockets.
Jacket-trousers fastening system.
Microelastic elasticated inserts.
Inserts in elasticated fabric.
Cordura Comfort fabric.
Washable grid cowhide leather.
Mesh fabric inserts.
Composite protectors certified to EN 1621.1 Standard.
Liner in breathable and perforated Sanitized fabric.
Removable windproof liner.
Also known as the Dainese Mig Leather-Tex in Dainese literature.
Composite Protectors Certified to Standard EN 1621.1 - With their special construction, composite protectors on the shoulders, elbows and knees homologated to EN 1621.1 Standard offer elevated protection. A rigid external plastic shell absorbs and distributes impact energy over the protector's entire surface thanks to a patented reticulate structure that also offers lower thickness and weight. The inside of the protector in high-density polyethylene foam has elevated deformability and high shape memory retention that ensures greater comfort through adaptation to the wearer's body, which is also served by perforation on the outside that increases breathability.
Elasticated Inserts - Elasticated inserts positioned in the most strategic locations improve the garment's capacity for adaptation to the body's changing shape and movement during riding.
Jacket-Trousers Fastening System - Fastening the jacket to the pants by zipper increases both ergonomics and comfort by eliminating all possibility for air infiltration and ensuring the correct fit of both garments to the body in every situation.
Microelastic Elasticated Inserts - Extensive research in ergonomics has paid off with this new Dainese patent filed to further increase riding comfort while keeping safety levels high at the same time. Bonding an insert in elasticated fabric beneath a panel in leather permits localized micro-elasticated areas where the body requires freedom of movement most while also increasing the area's abrasion resistance as well. This is achieved by reducing the number of panels and the stitches that connect them, while also keeping greater thickness in the panel itself than in traditional elasticated inserts.