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Alpinestars Tech 7 Boots
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Tech 7 Boots
$279.95 - $349.95
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Alpinestars Tech 7 BootsIn essence the Tech 10 motocross boots without the inner bootie, the Alpinestars Tech 7 returns for the new year completely revised and more impressive than ever. Visibly th...
Alpinestars Andes Drystar Jacket
Alpinestars Andes Drystar Jacket A dual natured piece of riding gear, the Andes Drystar is an adventure riding jacket that is both formidable with its technical prowess and pleasant to live with th...
Alpinestars Tech 7 Enduro Boots
Alpinestars Tech 7 Enduro BootsIn essence the Tech 10 motocross boots without the inner bootie, the Alpinestars Tech 7 returns for the new year completely revised and more impressive than ever. Vis...
Alpinestars Tech 1 Boots
Alpinestars
Tech 1 Boots
$199.95
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Alpinestars Tech 1 BootThe replacement for the venerable Tech 3, the new from the ground up Tech 1 not only debuts updated features but a lower price tag as well. Starting with the change to a trad...
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Alpinestars SMX- 1 Boots
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SMX- 1 Boots
$129.95
You save $30.00 (19%)
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Alpinestars SMX-1 Boots More like a riding shoe than a boot, the Alpinestars S-MX 1 nonetheless packs race boot quality protection in a small and sleek size. Featuring toe sliders, shift pads, toe ...
Alpinestars Tech 10 Boots
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Tech 10 Boots
$479.95 - $599.95
You save up to $120.00 (20%)
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Alpinestars Tech 10 BootsThe Alpinestars Tech 10 redefined. Lighter, thinner and more race focused than ever before, the newly revised Tech 10 boot returns to conquer motocross one more time. Direc...
Alpinestars Roam 2 Waterproof Boots
Alpinestars Roam 2 Waterproof BootsThe Roam returns as the Roam 2 Waterproof and Alpinestars has well utilized its time by making some nice changes and improvements to the original design. Special ...
Alpinestars T-GP Plus R Air Jacket
Alpinestars T-GP Plus R Air Jacket Very light and stylish, Alpinestars' T-GP Plus R Air Jacket is a summertime rider's dream with excellent airflow and a fit that is unrestrictive and yet extremely...
Alpinestars Andes Drystar Pants
Alpinestars Andes Drystar Pants A premium level adventure riding and touring pant, the Andes Drystar from Alpinestars is a piece of riding gear intended to do it all. And key to this ability is Alp...
Alpinestars SMX-1 R Vented Boots
Alpinestars SMX-1 R Vented BootsDurable, lightweight and incorporating extensive perforation in a low cut road riding boot, the SM-1 R Vented is constructed from lightweight and abrasion-resistant ...
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Alpinestars SMX-6 Vented Boots
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SMX-6 Vented Boots
$215.96
You save $53.99 (20%)
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Alpinestars SMX-6 Vented Boots Not just a compromise between the track and the street, the Alpinestars SMX-6 Vented is a boot that is comfortable in any environment. Protection is at the forefront ...
Alpinestars Celer Leather Gloves
Alpinestars Celer Leather Gloves A sportbike glove on lite, the Celer from Alpinestars has the leather, armor and style of a full-on race glove but in the shorty glove format. Perforation can be fo...
Alpinestars Ridge Waterproof Boots
Alpinestars Ridge Waterproof Boots From a distance the Alpinestars Ridge Waterproof boots could pass as casual and that might be some of the appeal with these new touring boots. A rather sleek desi...
Alpinestars SMX-2 Air Carbon Gloves
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 Track Pants
Alpinestars Track Pants CE certified riding garment Fully conforms to CE standard: EN 13595-1 for riding safety CE certified hip, knee, and tibia protectors Extended rear waist construction 1.3 mm ...
Alpinestars Viper Air Textile Jacket
Alpinestars Viper Air Textile JacketWith unsurpassed levels of internal climate control thanks to extensive mesh paneling, the Viper Air Textile jacket incorporates new evolutions such as two-way s...
Alpinestars Tech 5 Boots
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Tech 5 Boots
$269.95
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Alpinestars Tech 5 Boots An all new addition for Alpinestars, the Tech 5 boots help split the difference between the high end Tech 10s and the entry level Tech 3s. When looking them over it's not h...
Alpinestars Tech 8 RS Boots
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Tech 8 RS Boots
$499.95
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Alpinestars Tech 8 RS BootsFirst seen on the Tech 10 and Tech 7, Alpinestars' amazingly simple and easy to use buckle system has now made its way to the newly revised Tech 8 RS boots. Almost imposs...
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 Toucan Gore-Tex Boots
Alpinestars Toucan Gore-Tex BootsA technical and durable touring boot brimming with intelligent design features, the Alpinestars Toucan Gore-Tex® Boots are ideally suited to long days in the saddle...
Alpinestars Youth Tech 7S Boots
Alpinestars Youth Tech 7S BootsTech 7S is specifically designed and sized for junior and /or smaller framed riders.PU-reinforced microfiber upper for flexibility, abrasion resistance, water-resista...

Latest Reviews

Seth Cain (Catonsville )

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Sporty warm-weather jacket

Pros: Typical Alpinestars quality, style, and protection Cons: Narrow-ish temperature comfort zone - when it's hot, you're gonna sweat I purchased this as a warm-weather jacket to go with a cool-weather jacket - my first time going with seasonal jackets. I had high expectations for the Perforated GP-R's suitability for hot summer weather - maybe too much so, as it is a full-leather jacket. The vents and perforations help, but the leather is heavy and thick - though that's great for protection. Over a t-shirt and with vents open, I'm comfortable up to about 90 deg F, but above that I'm cooking. That said, it's tolerable, so I'm not going to buy a textile mesh jacket that would be better for extreme heat but offer less protection. The GP-R does make safety a top priority with CE-rated shoulder and elbow/forearm armor plus external plastic shoulder sliders. You have to buy the Nucleon chest and back protectors separately - which I did. They install easily and fit comfortably making for protection that is about as good as you'll find in a street-oriented jacket. Fit and style are typical Alpinestars - excellent. On my slim build, fit is properly snug and true to chest size and arm length - about as good as if it was custom-tailored. If you're portly in the middle, it may fit tight there - though the GP-R does have Velcro waist adjustment straps, so that might help. The elastic panels work impressively well to allow freedom of movement on the bike, as does the low-profile padded collar. The sporty styling looks good to me -especially in the white/black/red one I got.

Seth Cain (Catonsville )

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Pricey but good motorcycle jeans

Pros: Everything you like about jeans - for motorcycling Cons: Sticker shock I got these to replace an old pair of Draggin' Jeans. Same basic concept of ordinary jeans styling with abrasion protection panels inside. But the Copper Tech jeans take safety another step with removable knee/upper-shin armor and padding over the hip bones. Fit is pretty good overall with a little more inseam length and a waist that was a bit larger than true size. The extra leg length is no big deal, as the cuffs won't fit over my boots, so I tuck them into the tops of the boots like leather pants. And the loose waist is easily corrected by wearing a belt - I got one with a plastic buckle that won't scratch my tank paint. With the armor removed, they can be machine washed - a big advantage over leather motorcycling pants. I like these enough, that despite the high-ish price, I'd buy them again - either because they've worn out or if I'm in a wreck. Alpinestars makes you pay for good quality, but they've definitely done motorcycle jeans right with the Copper Techs.

Seth Cain (Catonsville )

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High-dollar sport-touring pants with an imperfect fit

Pros: Safety combined with understated styling and smart use of flex panels Cons: Expensive and cut tight in the knee/lower-leg I got these to zip to my Alpinestars jacket when I'm sport touring. I didn't need or want knee sliders, so I chose the Jagg pants over Alpinestars' similar Missile pants. The design is good with effective perforations and nice touches like zippers on the front pockets. Protection is also a strong point thanks to the leather combined with CE-rated knee armor. Standard hip protection isn't much - thin foam pads - so I decided to buy Alpinestars' CE-rated hip protectors for $30. The good news about the fit is it seems spot-on to Alpinestars' sizing chart in terms of the waist and inseam dimensions. Fit is snug but comfortable at the waist, the seat, the crotch, and the thighs. And the length is down to just above my ankles - perfect for tucking into my boots. The bad news is that the fit around the knees and lower legs is much too tight. With some effort I can get them on and zip the leg zippers all of the way closed. But when I do, there is major compression on my lower leg. Worse, bending at the knee is really tight. The tight fit of the pant at the knee really pushes the knee armor hard against my knee cap, stiffening everything up and making sitting on the bike very uncomfortable. For $400 I would have liked a perfect fit out of the box. The leather did stretch a bit in the calf area after a couple of wears - which helped things a little. But the tightness in the knee and the painful pressure on my knee caps demanded drastic action. I ended up swapping out the bulky and stiff stock knee armor for some other knee armor that was thinner and softer, but still CE rated. That made a big difference and now I can sit on the bike in proper comfort. I'm not too thrilled that such expensive pants needed to have the knee armor replaced to make them tolerable to wear - but that is what I found.

Tim (mead )

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Runs Small and then Shrinks

Thought the size LG (what I always wear) would be Ok. After washing (following directions) it shrunk. Too tight on me now. As I figured, it's mine now... no return, exchange or credit. :-(