Dainese Base Layers

Functional and stylish motorcycle Base Layers by Dainese

In 1972 Mr Lino Dainese made some leather motocross trousers, starting a biking brand that has since brought style and innovation to motorcyclists the world over. Working with some of the most evocative names in motorcycle racing, Dainese led the way in the development of leather stretch panels, knee sliders and race suits- cut to suit the rider in a real world riding position. The 80's brought back protectors (with Barry Sheene), composite armour, and more aerodynamic suits; whilst the 90's brought gloves with knuckle armour and the first biking airbag system. Dainese remains at the forefront of motorcycle clothing technology and continues to be the brand of choice for the biggest names in bike racing, all the way up to the greatest rider of all time, Valentino Rossi. Today, Dainese is one of the most recognisable, coolest, and most aspirational motorcycle brands on the planet. With a well deserved reputation for safety that has crossed over into nearly every extreme sport there is, the name Dainese is synonymous with style, protection, comfort and durability.  
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Elasticated windproof base layer with water repellent fabric and two front pockets

£113.32
Was £125.95

Abrasion resistant seamless base layer designed for under the helmet usage

£27.44
Was £36.95

Thermal base layer pants patch design for mobility

£90.20
Was £94.95

Tear resistant helmet liner designed without seams for maximum comfort

£25.60
Was £26.95

Abrasion resistant polyester base layer with variable intensity antishock gel pad

£35.10
Was £36.95

Thermal base layer with active moisture control, designed to be worn in cold weather conditions

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£61.70
Was £64.95

Abrasion resistant armoured seamless base layer with active moisture management

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£52.20
Was £54.95

Abrasion resistant armoured seamless base layer with active moisture management

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£52.20
Was £54.95

Abrasion resistant armoured seamless base layer with active moisture management

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£45.55
Was £47.95

Abrasion resistant all-year armoured seamless base layer with active moisture management

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£45.55
Was £47.95

Abrasion resistant, all-season armoured base layer suit with active moisture management

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£99.70
Was £104.95

Abrasion resistant Bioceramic polyester base layer with variable intensity antishock gel pad

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£24.65
Was £25.95

High-tech moisture managing base layer for hot weather riding

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£63.60
Was £66.95

High-tech moisture managing base layer for hot weather riding

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£63.60
Was £66.95

High-tech moisture managing base layer for hot weather riding

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£44.60
Was £46.95

High-tech moisture managing base layer for hot weather riding

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£44.60
Was £46.95

Durable polyester jacket with waist adjustment and three zipped outer pockets

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£113.95
Was £119.95

Seamless skull cap designed to ensure freshness and reduce sweat

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£24.65
Was £25.95

Thermal long length socks with footbed compression, ankle support and grippy soles

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£31.30
Was £32.95

Ladies abrasion resistant armoured seamless base layer trousers with active moisture management

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£56.95
Was £59.95
Recent Product Reviews
Dainese No Wind Layer D1 - Black
Dainese No Wind Layer D1 - Black
October 20, 2019 - by Nick

The D1! cracking!

So for anyone debating on this product... I'm a motorcycle instructor so out in all weathers. I ride a naked bike at work and a sports bike in my time off, So slightly different riding positions and its comfortable in both. I also wear a perforated sports bike jacket so its tight fitting especially on the arms and the jacket lets a lot of air through. The D1 makes the arms tighter but will just about fit underneath. The arms are windstopper and thermal lined too... but the benefit of completely cutting out the wind on a perforated jacket is a must when you are looking at riding in anything less than 10 degrees. It does an amazing job at cutting out all wind and you don't feel a breath coming in at high speeds. Above 13 degrees you will need to tale it off when off the bike as its too hot due to the thermal liner. If you want something for 15 degrees plus (summer evenings etc then the D mental fleece is better as only has windstopper material on the chest and is less bulky on the arms, I've owned both... The D1 is abut to save my winter 2019! absolutely perfect for cold weather, makes a massive difference!

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Dainese D-Core Balaclava - Black / Anthracite
Dainese D-Core Balaclava - Black / Anthracite
February 21, 2019 - by Daniel

Tight and light

It makes me feel like a ninja! It was very tight when I first wore it but it is now just a nice snug fit. Fairly thin material but not flimsy and I have been wearing it over the winter with no complaints, although, I wouldn't go so far to call it thermal wear... It covers most of my neck and comes just under my jacket but I also wear a high necked sweater over the balaclava. You might be able to find something a little cheaper than £25 or even spend a little more for a larger neck/chest coverage. I still think its worth it and it is probably the weight/size of a handkerchief.

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Dainese No Wind Layer D1 - Black
Dainese No Wind Layer D1 - Black
October 6, 2017 - by Gareth

Best windproof layer out there

Quite simply roasting and extremely effective at stopping the wind. I wear it under a Alpinestars windproof textile jacket and this is the only thing that works. Used to ride on a super naked and it makes a big difference. Size a bit snug so recommend ordering a size up if you want to wear a t-shirt underneath.

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PLEASE NOTE: The views and opinions expressed in the above reviews are solely those of the author and are not necessarily representative of the views of SPORTSBIKESHOP LTD.