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Alpinestars SMX-2 Air Carbon Gloves
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SMX-2 Air Carbon Gloves
$63.96
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Alpinestars SMX-2 Air Carbon Gloves A short cuff is the only way to ride in the summer and the Alpinestars SMX-2 Air Carbon gloves do a good job of balancing this increased flexibility and motion w...
Alpinestars GPX Leather Gloves
Alpinestars GPX Leather Gloves Race inspired but utilizing a short cuff, the Alpinestars GPX glove displays an urban focus that still retains the best in motorcycle hand protection. From its moving...
Alpinestars SMX-1 Air Gloves
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SMX-1 Air Gloves
$59.95
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Alpinestars SMX-1 Air Gloves A stylish short-cuff riding glove with an extremely lightweight leather and 3D mesh chassis, the SMX-1 Air is fully optimized for warm weather.  Incorporating a hard kn...
Alpinestars GP-Air Leather Gloves
Alpinestars GP-Air Leather Gloves Sport in a highly mobile package, the Alpinestars GP-Air gloves rewards the rider with a high level of performance perfectly suited for riding in the city and duri...
Alpinestars SP-2 Leather Gloves
Alpinestars SP-2 Leather GlovesAll-around performance, the Alpinestars SP-2 gloves come with a full coverage cuff, palm sliders and carbon fiber knuckle armor. Perforation has been strategically pl...
Alpinestars Fighter Air Gloves
Alpinestars Fighter Air Gloves Lightness and comfort are the two things to know about the Alpinestars Fighter Air gloves. Made with goatskin and 3D mesh, the Fighter Air also incorporates EVA foam ...
Alpinestars Atacama Air Gloves
Alpinestars Atacama Air Gloves Constructed using leather palm and air mesh upper Leather palm reinforcements for superior abrasion resistance Reinforced landing zone with built in foam padding Tou...
Alpinestars SP-X Air Carbon Gloves
Alpinestars SP-X Air Carbon GlovesA short-cuff street riding glove that incorporates innovative carbon and polymer compound protection into a lightweight leather and 3D mesh chassis, the SP-X Air C...
Alpinestars Corozal Drystar Gloves
Alpinestars Corozal Drystar GlovesStretch polyamide fabric upper construction with goatskin leather palm. Alpinestars drystar® waterproof and breathable membrane. Thumb and palm reinforcement for a...
Alpinestars Rage Drystar Gloves
Alpinestars Rage Drystar GlovesMade with Drystar® Membrane construction technology but geared for the track or street use.  The Aplinestars Rage Drystar glove manages to be waterproof, breathable a...
Alpinestars SP-Z Drystar Gloves
Alpinestars SP-Z Drystar Gloves Incorporating a Drystar membrane in a warmer weather glove aimed at the sport, touring or adventure rider, the Alpinestars SP-Z Drystar glove offers waterproof breat...
Alpinestars Masai Gloves
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Masai Gloves
$74.95
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Alpinestars Masai Gloves An urban focused summer riding glove, the Alpinestars Masai takes the shorty glove style and splits it evenly between protection and venting. Utilizing both hard and soft a...
Alpinestars SP Air Gloves
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SP Air Gloves
$129.95
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Alpinestars SP Air GlovesExtremely comfortable,  the SP Air is constructed from strategically perforated full grain leather and 3D mesh top hand surface for a glove that is optimized for warm weath...
Alpinestars Yari Drystar Gloves
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Yari Drystar Gloves
$76.95
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Alpinestars Yari Drystar® GlovesShorter style gloves don't often get offered with much in the way of weather protection but that changes with the Alpinestars Yari Drystar gloves. Made from a mix of...
Alpinestars GP Pro R2 Leather Gloves
Alpinestars GP Pro R2 Leather Gloves The GP Pro R2 glove is near the highest levels of motorcycle racing.  The GP Pro R2 comes with a Touchscreen compatible index fingertip for the use of smartphon...

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Marco (CORAL GABLES )

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Finally Alpinestars makes a great sport glove for tropical riders!

Boy have I been waiting for a glove like this! First some context. I'm not exactly sure whom Alpinestars had in mind when they designed this glove, but to me it screams tropical sport rider. I live in Miami, so it's hot & humid virtually year round. In the rainy season, you're pretty much guaranteed a few minutes of rain almost every day. There's a good 25-30% of the time where it's not raining, it hopefully won't rain, but it wouldn't surprise me at all if it does. In those cases I don’t want to risk damaging my non weatherproof leather gear. And like they say: Hope isn't a strategy. These gloves were exactly what I was looking for to use in a situation like that. They had all the specs I was looking for: completely waterproof with a breathable membrane, no insulation, short (but long enough) cuff, good to very good protection and touchscreen finger. The main pro to this glove is the lack of insulation. As far as I can tell, that makes this glove pretty unique. There simply doesn’t seem to be another waterproof summer glove with decent protection on the market. If there is, I haven’t found it. Don't get me wrong, most rain gloves should be insulated (and the vast majority are), but that makes them pretty unbearable in the tropics if you wear them before it's actually raining. Given how humid it is here, the less insulation the better if you don't want your hands to steam-cook. For the same reason, this glove is certainly not for everybody. It's great for chilly summer early morning or night rides, or for the pseudo-winters people around the equator get. Not so much for those riders with real cold weather. I'd say the sweat spot for this glove is the 60-80 degrees. The Drystar liner is also the big star since that's what makes it waterproof. Thankfully, it's properly bonded to the interior of the glove so it won't pull out when you take off the glove. There is a soft inner comfort liner but it is thin and most likely there only to improve comfort and let the membrane breathe better. Talking about breathing, it does so well. That's great for high-humidity areas. They are certainly not mesh gloves, but they do not get uncomfortable in the heat. Somewhat comparable to non-perforated leather gloves. That makes this glove the perfect compliment to your main perforated leather or mesh gloves since it takes away the windchill. Along those lines, since there is no insulation, this glove is really lightweight and flexible (in the good sense). Virtually identical to your typical summer gloves which make manipulation of controls identical. You don't have the typical clumsiness that goes hand in hand with the vast majority of waterproof gloves and their sausage-like fingers. The first few times removing the glove I thought the liner was pulling out only to see that the finger tips were caving in. They are that lightweight and flexible! Waterproofing wise, Drystar is no Gore-Tex, but just almost. I haven't had the chance to test it yet but I don't expect any issues. It will most likely stay dry for any situation you'd be willing to ride though in a sport bike. For voluntarily riding through heavy rain for longer periods no one would recommend a short-cuff glove anyway, so I don't think it will fall short of anyone’s expectations. The cuff, while short, is still long enough to not be a liability in its expected use scenario. Regarding the touchscreen function, it works as advertised. Alpinestars does not use the same touchscreen material in all their gloves so I never know what to expect. In this glove they use an interesting "pleather" looking material. If I didn't know it was touchscreen compatible already I would have never guessed. It certainly looks more durable than the delicate silver type fabric they used on yesteryears gloves. Kudos to Alpinestars for the material research. I do have a comment about fit though which other riders have mentioned. While this glove does have the typical euro sizing, the fingers are indeed a bit longer than normal. It is virtually unnoticeable if it werent for the touchscreen index finger, since you can feel that extra space when you go to touch the screen. Not unusable, but definitely noticeable. Given that the glove is mostly leather with some time it may tighten up a bit so I'm not worried. This isn't a con as much as it is simply a notice. Touchscreen finger aside, the wee bit of extra space helps the glove breath a bit which is nice. Protection wise it is an above-average street glove. The leather is high quality and thick. Reinforcements in all the right places, hard carbon fiber/TPU on the heel of the palm, carbon fiber knuckle, padding at the joints, Alpinestars finger bridge and even that funny TPU flap at the wrist. It isn't a race level glove (which it isn't supposed to be), but for the vast majority of street riding it's plenty good. It isn't completely leather, with some textile on the reverse in the hand, but it's all in non-impact or crucial areas. In a waterproof glove I do expect and almost prefer some textile so that's fine (easier to maintain when wet). The carbon fiber slider on the knuckles and heel is very pleasing aesthetically speaking, but plastic has been proven to be a better material for those areas so just keep that in mind. I might have liked better/bigger impact padding on the reverse of the fingers (like my Corozal gloves, perhaps) but the ones this glove has are perfectly adequate. The stretch area inside the glove seems to be a new Alpinestars staple and I think it's great. The only part I truly have mixed feelings about is the large flap at the wrist. It's supposed to provide easier donning, as well as some protection, but I'm not totally convinced. Sometimes it makes putting on the gloves underneath the jacket cuff harder (since it tries to ride on top). Overall, even though I don't love it, I can live with it in hopes of it actually providing some protection. Another nice thing about this glove, especially being a waterproof glove for less than perfect atmospheric conditions, is the blacked-out reflective material in front of the wrist and on the two outer fingertips. Barely noticeable if you are not shining a light on it, but a definite improvement for including it on a glove like this. As far as cons go, there are no blatant ones. At least none that are objectively bad or that everyone would agree on. There are things that could have been done differently, but there isn’t anything that was done poorly. Overall, I think this is most likely going to be a really nice glove, which will probably sell poorly due to a very limited type of rider who would want it. It is a niche glove. That said, the few riders who need it will certainly appreciate that Alpinestars thought of them. I certainly do.

Joe (Philadelphia )

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Great Looking gloves but....

I loved these gloves since the day I bought them. I wore them for about a year. BUT at this point, almost every finger has a hole in it and the palm on both are torn. Can't even wear them. This is very disappointing. However, I will be purchasing another pair as I really do like how they look and feel. They do run a little small so order a size up.

seth (breaux bridge )

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good but doesn't last

great pair of gloves but the 3rd time out the left hand pulled apart at my wrist between the palm and velcro strap. i thought they would have at least lasted a year. although my wife has the same gloves and hasn't had an issue yet.

steven (hayward )

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NICE GLOVES, RUNS SMALL

JUST WANTED TO SAY NICE GLOVE & FEATURES BUT IT DOES RUN SMALL I ORDERED A LARGE BUT ITS VERY TIGHT I COULD OF FIT BETTER A XL BUT DID NOT WANT TO WAIT FOR ANOTHER WEEK TO EXCHANGE THEM, BUT I WILL BUY AGAIN

Zach (Birmingham )

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Great Glove!

I purchased these about a month ago. I used the sizing guide and it was spot on. The fit is great, and the overall finish makes them look super slick. the finger pads for cell use is extremely useful as well. One thing however is that the mesh back around the finger tips will snag and fray a little bit from the velcro when you go to take your gloves on or off. Not a big deal you just have to be careful about it. Overall great glove. Alpinestars makes a good product.