The ID has typical relaxed Dakine appeal. The sublimated graphics are distinctive but not scary and the practical construction has a heavier weight wicking mesh through the body with a lighter, more open style where you need it – under the arms.
It doesn’t have some of the ﬁner construction details found on high-end jerseys such as being label-free or having a taped neck, but there’s a lens wipe sewn into the base of the side seam and it rides with slouchy style.
We enjoyed being out in this jersey during early spring days, where it played hard and didn’t made a fuss or ﬂinch in the face of anything. We’d say what the ID lacks in ﬁnishing ﬁnesse it makes up for with a combination of practicality and style at a bank manager friendly price.