What can you do with a set of leathers after they have done their duty of saving your baby suit from the various falls and intimacies with the tarmac. The famous riding suit brand Dainese has an answer for your query of the same sorts! Dainese has found the answer to that question by teaming up with Regenesi, an Italian firm known for recycling old products and turning them into new ones. Taking the crashed leathers of Dainese’s sponsored riders, Regenesi turns the leather pieces into various lifestyle items, like wallets ($139), smartphone sleeves ($79), key fobs ($54), etc.
Each piece is obviously unique, and a bit of history behind it. These donor leathers come straight from the race track, and is hand-made in Italy. At rather reasonable prices Dainese is selling the pieces, so buying a wallet doesn’t also hurt you in the wallet. This does sound like a cool idea to make use of whatever we have and create something new and functional, Yes, this sounds like the old school motorcyclists way of doing things and we love it!!