I really liked the fit of the laguna seca, I tried it on at the D-store in orange county. Some babe helped fit the boots on so she was at a nice position to my thighs. I didnt buy it but spent an hour in it to test it. Fits like a glove and its hot but all leathers can get hot. The white color looks pretty sweet as well.
I currently own a laguna seca, I have the all black. I have always been impressed with Dainese products. My first jacket was the avro, and it was nothing less than spectacular. The one piece laguna fits, feels and wears perfect. I had to go with a 60 because i am a little on the heavy side. Im 6ft 245 with a athletic build, STG van says that, very hilarious. But any who i feel comfortable on the bike with the suit on. The only down side that takes getting use to is the stretch panels that are on the back of the leg. When i first put the suit on and got on the bike and got in tuck i thought the back of my leg, rather the back of the knee was about to rip. Honestly i have nothing negative to say about the suit honest. It does everything right. The liner is removable and the suit work with the in boots as well.
I've been tryin to find a store but haven't found anything within 3 hours drive yet, been really surprised by that actually considering how many riders I see around with Dainese out here... really don't wanna order it without trying a few different sizes on to get a good idea of the differences. Think I'm gonna have to bite the bullet and make the drive
2013 s1k, Austin Racing GP3, PC V, fries and a drink
I had a Dainese Laguna Seca, crashed in it 3 times before it got too ratty to wear. Great suit, I love all Dainese products. It was replaced with the "Redline" which uses two zippers vs. one for the LS. It takes a little getting used to but very comfortable.
I recently sold a Laguna Seca one piece suit. I owned it for three years. The white starts to turn yellow over time. The new one piece Laguna Seca run small, esp in the chest. I replaced it with a Dainese Aspide. Great suit with lots of S1 stretch panels. It is the only suit I have ever been able to wear at the track without a lengthy break-in. I literally bought it and the following weekend did a track day. The only complaint is the Aspide has a zipper just above the knee that can become annoying. My other Dainese is the Red Line. It is full D-Skin and features a double zipper entry. The Red Line suit is a tank. It also takes a great deal of break-in. The Red Line has a bubble liner and hip pads. Both the Red Line and Aspide in my opinion are better choices of one piece suits from Dainese.