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Women's Street Bike Department

More than just basic protection, women’s motorcycle gear has experienced a rebirth of sorts and is now producing gear that not only fits better than ever but also blends modern fashion with real riding protection. From jackets to gloves to pants, brands like Alpinestars, Shoei, Icon, Scorpion and REV’IT! have stepped up their game and changed the perception of what is possible. Motorcycle Superstore is proud to carry the full selection of women’s motorcycle gear and cover everyone from the sportbike track day rider to the daily commuter. Find helmets, riding suits, vests and heated gear and prepare yourself for riding in the heat, cold, urban jungle and scenic countryside.

Latest Reviews

Mark (Temple, TX)

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Zan Headgear Flydanna Stars and Stripes

Stiff now but will try during the winter ride. Should keep my head warm. Being a Vet I always like stars and stripes.

Tom (Renton, WA)

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Not Bad

The helmet is a good fit. Like the color choices and the visibility is better than the last helmet. Good ventilation and living in the NW that is important. Had an issue with visor but they replaced it no hassle.

Mack (Hood River, OR)

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Disapointed !!!

Purchased this the same time I purchased other cooling gear and must say was very disappointed with performance . It had almost no water gel packing in all but 1 2" section so it didn't stay hydrated or cool for more than a few minutes . Have another similar product by another maker and it works well, far better than this does!

Mr Nick (Pickerington, OH)

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Disappointing

Didn't fit at all. Poor design: the fit was too small for any practical use. It wouldn't even fit my 13-year old daughter. There is no nose vent to breathe through if you pull the thing up, and it's dreadfully uncomfortable otherwise - it even popped a couple of stitches in the act of putting it on. The cut of the neck is slack. The bib is tiny and hardly fits into my jacket. It's just an overpriced way to make yourself irritated and distracted on the road. Waste of $$

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