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The best of Dainese ...within easy reach

10 September 2003 | News

Dainese wants to support every motorcycle rider and accompany your every inclination by bringing the best of the new Dainese 2004 Collection directly to your home. Make sure not to miss the next issues of BIKE, MOTORRAD, MOTO JOURNAL and MOTOCICLISMO magazines featuring the mini-catalogue with all the latest Dainese products for 2004 and see just how Dainese "...protects your every inclination".
Find the mini-catalogue in:

- BIKE, October issue
- MOTORRAD, Issue 22, on sale October 10
- MOTO JOURNAL, September 18 Issue
- MOTOCICLISMO, October issue, on sale September 19

Run down to your local news stand and bring the Dainese world into your own home!

PROTECTING YOUR EVERY INCLINATION

“Head-to-foot protection for dynamic sportsmen”. This is the mission of Dainese, the leading Italian producer of protective clothing for motorcyclists, skiers and mountain bikers.
The company has been helped in its mission by the over thirty years of experience it has developed on racing tracks all over the world in close contact with the greatest champions in the various sports in which Dainese works. From Giacomo Agostini to Valentino Rossi, from Deborah Compagnoni to Lasse Kijus and Nicolas Vouilloz, research and development activities and the new technologies proposed by Dainese have constantly enhanced the protection afforded to the racers and athletes whose extraordinary feats have left an indelible mark on the world of sport.
This know-how has now been transferred from the competitive world to all sports lovers who can now enjoy the most modern solutions for protection and comfort both in sport and everyday life.
The power behind the throne is D-Tec, the Dainese Research & Development department that is capable of blending technology with design in order to generate products for lovers of sports and dynamic living. Man and his inclinations always lie at the heart of Dainese.