The Dainese HGC line was conceived to protect riders from the elements with insulating and comfortable materials. HGC Shell is the waterproof mountain bike jacket that lets you keep on riding even when you’re caught in the rain or it suddenly gets cold. Made of stretch fabric to adapt to all movements of the body. Its cut is specifically tailored for riding – longer at the rear, to cover the entire back when in riding position, and shorter at the front so as not to be in the way. The fit also takes into account the use of protectors on the back, shoulders and elbows. It boasts a 2.5L construction, where the outermost layer is in knitted fabric and undergoes a water-repellent treatment while the innermost layer is a waterproof membrane resistant to a water column of 10,000 mm; all seams are taped, to ensure maximum water resistance even in heavy rain. HGC Shell features two front pockets and one back pocket, adjustable cuffs, adjustable zippered air vents at the front, and a hood that can be worn over the helmet. HGC Shell is easily foldable and takes up little space – it can be stored in a belt bag or a small backpack.
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The measurement of the chest in its maximum extension during normal breathing, measured with the person standing, passing the measuring tape horizontally around the torso over the scapula bones (the shoulder blades) and just under the armpits.
The circumference measured horizontally around the waist, just above the highest point of each of the iliac crest bones, during normal breathing, on the person standing, with a relaxed abdomen.
Sleeve length from shoulder (arm straight)
The distance from the most protruding point of the shoulder to the wrist (on the end of the Ulna bone), measured with the arm relaxed at the person's side.
The measurement taken horizontally around the hips, at the most protruding part of the buttocks (the peak when viewed from the side), or the most protruding part of the hips if more pronounced than buttocks.