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Ducati Custom Suit - Design Your Own at
Ducati SuMisura

Want a Ducati custom suit personalized to your liking? The Bologna-based motorcycle manufacturer has just created the Ducati SuMisura (Italian for “custom made”) website to help you achieve this.

The custom motorcycle suit service is located, a configuration website that is available in seven different languages. While there you, you personally design the Dainese-built suit by modifying colors, and adding text and/or images.

Speaking of the Ducati Custom Suit configuration website, Ducati says “ offers the possibility to create an online sketch of one’s perfect suit: the website has all the instructions to fine-tune the suit and a configurator that lets the user personalize the chosen model. Once the sketch is complete it can be printed, saved and sent to a trusted dealership that will order the suit created by the client.”

Ducati Custom Suit - Design Your Own at DucatiSuMisura.comThe suits available for customization are the Ducati Corse C2 Racing suit, D|air racing Ducati Corse Racing suit, Ducati Corse Lady Racing suit and the Ducati Corse C2 Two-piece suit.

For those who don’t wear standard sizes, features a “custom made” section. Here, customers can make an appointment with a Ducati dealer which will take personal measurements and finalize all aspects of the suit.

Once the final design is complete, you simply submit it to your local Ducati dealer. From there, the dealer will contact you for the additional steps needed to purchase it.

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Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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