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Hello There!

I am thinking of getting a Daniese Gladiator top but I am not quite sure about the sizing.

I am 6'3", 185 lbs and quite skinny (38-40 inch chest circumference), so I was wondering if I should get a large or an XL. My concern is that my shoulders might be a a little narrow so the shoulder pads would be hanging off the sides.

I would appreciate your suggestions.

Pedro
 

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Pedro2005 said:
Hello There!

I am thinking of getting a Daniese Gladiator top but I am not quite sure about the sizing.

I am 6'3", 185 lbs and quite skinny (38-40 inch chest circumference), so I was wondering if I should get a large or an XL. My concern is that my shoulders might be a a little narrow so the shoulder pads would be hanging off the sides.

I would appreciate your suggestions.

Pedro
Dainese is italian - think small. I have owned most of their gear except for upper boday armor. I am 6'4" 195lbs. and was suggested not to use an XL Dainese jacket because it would probably be too small. Went with a Large Azonic Z-6 - maybe you should look into Azonic gear.
 

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keen said:
Dainese is italian - think small. I have owned most of their gear except for upper boday armor. I am 6'4" 195lbs. and was suggested not to use an XL Dainese jacket because it would probably be too small. Went with a Large Azonic Z-6 - maybe you should look into Azonic gear.
Thanks keen!

So, I guess the pads sliding off the shoulders in not likely to be an issue; I guess it's quite the opposite.

I will try to try it on and if nothing else I might order it and just return it if it doesn't fit.

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keen said:
Dainese is italian - think small. I have owned most of their gear except for upper boday armor. I am 6'4" 195lbs. and was suggested not to use an XL Dainese jacket because it would probably be too small. Went with a Large Azonic Z-6 - maybe you should look into Azonic gear.
Azonic Z-6 really you might want to go this route...they are the same thing as a Dainese (made in the same place) but they have a different name...oh yeah alot cheaper
 
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