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Alpinestars Street Bike Backpacks

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Alpinestars Roving Backpack Poly-fabric construction is PU coated for additional strength and durability Sport styled for a low profile aerodynamic performance while riding 18-litre capacity with i...
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Alpinestars Lite Backpack Streamlined 20L lightweight backpack Specifically designed for short trips and commuting Tough Tarpaulin and 420D polyester construction Reflective stripes for maximum vis...
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Alpinestars Force 25 Backpack 420D Nylon / 420D Ripstop Nylon / 1050D Ballistic Nylon / Hypalon Reinforcement 25L capacity (approximately) 4 external pockets (2 on the front / 2 on the sides) + 1 m...
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Alpinestars Orbit 35 Backpack 420D Nylon / 420D Ripstop Nylon / 1050D Ballistic Nylon / Hypalon Reinforcement Fully expendable from 28L to 35L (approximately) 4 external pockets (2on the upper fr...
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Alpinestars Segment Backpack Quick access and durable mobility, the top-load segment backpack features a laptop sleeve and strategic compartments. Features: BAG/SIZE: 25 LITER CAPACITY/22 x...
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Alpinestars Slipstream Backpack Almost completely stitchless and sonic-welded, the Slipstream utilizes the most advanced technology in bag construction. The Slipstream is ultra-lightweight and of...

Latest Reviews

Igor (Houston )

Cost Benefit

Good backpack

I really like how it fits my back, it's easy to put it on and off. The only minor complaint I have is that I wish that the straps would have a better system to stay put instead of that little rubber band I'm talking about extra slack when you tighten them you gotta readjust the bands so that they flop around.

LLoyd (Boulder )


Review of Slipstream Backpack

Pricey but very high quality, iPad pocket an added plus. Quality of materials and construction far better than any similar product. Perfect size for wearing on a motorcycle. Only complaint is that waist belt is not long enough to get around my motorcycle jacket and I ain't that fat! Other than that.. excellent.

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