Ducati updates SuMisura website with new suits and graphics

The Ducati SuMisura website has been updated with new suits and graphic options, allowing greater personalisation capabilities on custom Dainese suits.

Ducati SuMisura

The Ducati SuMisura has been updated for 2023, offering new options to create a custom Ducati-inspired Dainese leather suit. 

More than 30 colours can be selected when designing your own Ducati Dainese SuMisura leather suit, and new graphics are now available to apply to the suit as part of the new content update for the SuMisura site.

Additionally, the suits are not limited to racing suits - touring and sport styles are also available, as well as the Ducati Corse |D|air® C2 Lady suit for women riders, and the Ducati Corse D-air K2.

Through the SuMisura website, it is also possible to find your nearest SuMisura-trained Ducati dealer. From there, you can be measured in-person in order for the custom SuMisura suit to be tailored.

2023 is the ninth year of Ducati’s SuMisura partnership with Dainese, which stretches back to 2014. 

Along with Ducati-painted helmets from Arai and the official Ducati intercom system produced by Cardo, SuMisura offers the ability for Ducati owners to fully match their riding equipment with their motorcycle.

Ducati’s extensive range of agreements with external companies for motorcycle gear also confirms the positivity which currently surrounds the brand, as its range of high-performance motorcycles in a number of categories is backed up by the manufacturer’s performances on-track in MotoGP, WorldSBK, and WorldSSP - three world championships which are currently led by Ducati riders. Additionally, this weekend sees the debut of the Ducati V21L MotoE prototype at the French Grand Prix in Le Mans.

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