Simplicity and finishing of the highest quality are the key concepts in the new Greyhound jacket distinguished by essential but carefully rendered styling, the softness and brightness of its Brilliant leather, the refinement of its metal particulars, removable polyester liner, and Nanofeel liner provided with silver ion treatment. Removable composite protectors on the shoulders and elbows, the pocket for the G-type back protector, the pants-jacket fastening zipper, elasticated inserts in S1 stretch fabric, and localized perforation complete the jacket’s technical outfitting.
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Purchased this jacket on September 2012. Used to the hot weather of Greece the icy roads of UK got me unprepaired. On a turn my bike slided on ice and I got dragged on the road for a couple of meters on my right and front side. I did not felt a thing! After I cleaned my jacket the damage done was hardly noticeable.
I wear it with the back protector and I don't even know it's there. The removable lining will keep you warm at temperatures around 5-10 Celsious wearing just a T-shirt.
Have on mind that the leather is slightly softer than most Dainese jackets and can get damaged from nails, keys etc. Overall it is a great jacket with excellent comfort, casual look and good protection.
With the cool weather here in the San Francisco Bay Area, I wanted a stylish, protective leather jacket that I could wear out on or off the bike. The Greyhound Pelle is top quality leather that feels amazing. With the liner at 70mph on the highway in 40 degrees I feel warm and cozy. I especially like the high collar, and with the back protector in I don't even know it's there.
I purchased a size bigger than I'd normally wear, as I didn't want this particular jacket to be overly form-fitting. However, with the waist tabs snapped to the second snap, it's snug enough to keep any air from getting under it.
The only complaint I have is the same with all motorcycle jackets with a liner, and that is that the elastic sewn inside the jacket (used to snap the liner in) easily broke when I pulled my arms out. I've had this happen on several jackets. I think a better design would be to use two snaps instead of a snap and a hook. But this is extremely minor for the quality of the jacket overall. That's why I still give it 5 stars.