The Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Estiva suit, is one of the more premium one piece motorcycle suits. I genuinely think it looks fantastic, and I was happy with how it fitted. The only minor complaint is that it's slightly baggy around the waist and hips, but that's probably because I'm on a strict no beer diet.
Bright white isn't to everyone's tastes, and isn't very practical, but if you want to stand out in track-day photos, it's a sure-fire choice. For everybody who doesn't like to wear a white motorcycle suit, Dainese also sells the black Laguna Seca Pro Professional for the same price.
I was able to test the Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Estiva suit, when I threw myself down, at +/- 100km/h, on the wet tarmac after a moment of braking for a scooter who changed lanes without signaling. Sliding on butt, back and elbows I was thinking what the Dainese would say about me damaging a +/- 30,000 THB motorcycle suit. I was also impressed how much you can think while sliding on the tarmac for 20 meters.
The most important question is of course how did the Dainese Laguna Seca suit fare. The answer is not bad, although the leather that overlays the forearm armor was worn right through, and it now bears small holes. There was no other significant damage to the suit and I walked away without a scratch (on my body).
After I recovered and relaxed a bit at a local coffee shop, I continued my ride, at this time the road was almost dry and the temperature started to rise. The Dainese Laguna Seca Pro Estiva suit was well-vented, comfy and flexible enough to move around. The Luguna Seca suit is surely not a budget option, but to Dainese standards it's not the cheapest and not the most expensive motorcycle suit they sell.