DRAGONFLY is a Russian company (Yekaterinburg) specializing in the production of high-tech clothing for active and extreme recreation.
It was founded in 2011.
Our main areas: motorcycle, ATV, snowmobile, skiing.
Our mission is to create functional, beautiful and high-quality things that will help technology lovers get the most out of their trip.
To date, the DRAGONFLY collection has more than 100 models of clothing, covers, comforters, accessories, etc., for the manufacture of which the most modern fabrics and accessories, as well as special equipment, are used. The company is constantly evolving, expanding its product range and introducing innovative technologies.
All products are manufactured in Russia. In the city of Yekaterinburg.
Since 2016, the Italian design studio under the direction of Danil Kuzvesov, who is currently the designer of the Ferrari style center, has been responsible for the appearance of Dragonfly equipment. The founders of the studio have many years of experience in equipment design and have worked for brands such as Schuberth Helmets, Dainese, Campagnolo, Rudy Project, Pirelli PZero.
The headquarters of the design studio is located in Italy (Maranello) - therefore, all new Dragonfly collections are filled with Italian spirit and style, tied to Russian realities.
Dragonfly is a regular participant and partner in quadro-sport and motorsport competitions. We pay special attention to the development of motorcycling and motoculture among young people.
In 2017, Dragonfly was the outfit sponsor of the DAKAR 2017 winner.
We developed a corporate identity for Sergey Karjakin (SNAG RACING) and his team: designed and manufactured racing suits and a whole set of branded clothing.
Since 2017, Dragonfly, together with the Tyumen producer Snowrider, have been actively promoting snowboarding in Russia.
In any weather conditions and at any speed - the driver of motor vehicles should not restrict freedom of movement and lose the feeling of safety and flight.
Therefore, our motto is: «DRAGONFLY. Outfit and fly!»