Dainese D-Air Armor for all

Dainese offers signature D-Air Armor suite for other manufacturers interested.

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Italian apparels maker Dainese has announced that its patented and signature D-Air Armor protection suite and technology is now available to other manufacturers interested in adopting it.

Essentially, what the firm has done is turn its groudnbreaking D-Air Armour suite – which consists of an integrated airbag, electronics, gas generator, wiring, battery, and GPS – into an ‘open platform’. The firm is aiming to license the technology to other manufacturers in an effort to begin protecting all riders competing in Grand Prix World Championships.

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According to our reliable source, Dainese have already inked licensing agreements with French apparels maker Furygan and rivalling Italian brand Vircos. Both Furygan and Vircos will reportedly begin fielding D-Air Armour-equipped apparels for its GP riders starting with the Catalunya MotoGP later this month.

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Amongst them are Furygan’s Mike Di Meglio, Johan Zarco and Sam Lowes followed by Vircos’ Michele Pirro and Mattia Pasini. They will become the first set of non-Dainese riders to receive the Italian brand’s comprehensive D-Air Armor protection.

“Making D-air® Armor available to all riders in the world championship series is an important milestone in the diffusion of the D-air® technology, which Dainese has believed in and invested in for over 15 years,” explained Cristiano Siler, Dainese’s newly appointed CEO who was formerly heading the Ducati brand.

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This announcement will likely be first of many more to come in the near future. Dainese has long expressed its desire to see its D-Air Armor technology being applied inside and outside the motorcycling industry. Besides motorcycling, Dainese also produces gear for equestrian, bicycling, and winter sports as well.

Source: Asphaltandrubber

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