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Product description Dainese Full Metal 6 Black White Red
Dainese has created the ultimate racing glove with the super safe Full Metal 6. With these Dainese gloves you will feel like a real racing driver! The Full Metal has pre-formed fingers and wrist. They have an extremely good fit, they are made of goat leather with aramid stitching. This leather is extremely strong and durable. Internally the Full Metal 6 is reinforced with aramid fiber textile. On the palm, the lining is extra reinforced with soft goatskin for good grip and comfort. To increase the wearing comfort, the Full Metal 6 is provided with stretch parts. Dainese Full Metal 6 is reinforced with titanium on the knuckles and on the back of the hand. The counterpart of the Full Metal 6 is the Alpinestars Supertech and the Revit Jerez 3
Material Dainese Full Metal 6 Black White Red
when manufacturing the Dainese Full Metal 6, There was made use of super strong and wear-resistant goat leather. Aramide was used for the stitching and seams. For the protection of the top of the hand, the knuckles, wrist, end of the ulna (Ulna) and finger joints is chosen for Carbon and titanium.
Protection Dainese Full Metal 6 Black White Red
The joints of the fingers and the tip of the ulna are protected with carbon and the knuckles and top of the hand are protected with carbon and titanium. The wrist and the palm are extra protected with leather. On the side of the little finger the glove is reinforced with thermoplastic resin. There is also protection against twisting of the little finger which also prevents bone fracture (DCP). The Dainese Full Metal 6 is CE certified according to the Pr EN 13594 standard.
Comfort Dainese Full Metal 6 Black White Red
The integrated stretch parts on the top of the glove and the pre-formed fingers and wrists provide extra comfort. The Velcro strap contributes to a comfortable fit, partly because it is adjustable. The super soft goat leather with which the palm is reinforced provides extra comfort and good grip. The quadruple elasticity on the top of the glove provides great freedom of movement between the knuckles and the top of the hand. Micro-injection reinforcement has been applied to the palm of the hand to provide extra grip and to prevent wear and tear on the areas most in contact with the handlebars.
Other Features Dainese Full Metal 6 Black White Red
The Velcro strap is partly covered for safety and the weight of the Full metal 6 is about 370 grams.
I previously bought the Full Metal D1 Gloves (Color: White/Black) and my biggest complaint was the rubbing on the pinky finger. No matter how much I wore the gloves and tried to break them in, during track days I could not fully focus because of the pain on my pinky. A minor gripe was the fitment which was too short for people with long fingers. I would always find my fingers digging into the sewing at the front of the glove.
So, how did Dainese improve on these key areas for the Full Metal 6 (Color: White/Black/Lava Red)? So, far in my short time of using them, the above two concerns were addressed mostly. One big improvement I noticed was the additional flex in the palm due to the extra elastic stretch panel across the knuckles where the titanium plate is. The Full Metal D1 only felt comfortable in the palm while closing my fist if I went a size larger (M -> L). The Full Metal 6 in Size M fits spot on now and is way more comfortable now. The pinky rubbing is there at times but way less noticeable. Overall, I am more happy with the overall fitment of the Full Metal 6 in my natural size M.
Sidenote, as with the D1 (White/Black), the Full Metal 6 (White/Black/Lava Red) does have yellow stitching which you cannot see in the pictures.
Champion Helmets provided great customer service while I waited for this to get back in stock with them for months. Also, shipping time to the states took roughly 3 weeks before I received them which is par for the course living in Texas (every order I have made takes about three weeks to receive. In other states, I have heard shorter time periods).