Alpinestars Jagg Airflow Leather Pants


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Alpinestars Jagg Airflow Leather Pants


With a durable full grain leather main material and strategically positioned stretch panels for excellent fit on the bike, Jagg Airflow Leather Pant incorporate a reinforced seat area and strengthened stitching for durability and abrasion resistance.  With CE certified interior protection and a range of personalization options the Jagg is fully optimized for attachment to a range of Alpinestars sport and performance riding jackets.



  • High durable, full grain leather multi-panel construction for superb abrasion resistance, with reinforced, multiple stitching for optimum tear resistance in the event of an impact.
  • Extensive and strategically positioned perforated panels offer superb internal air cooling and comfort
  • Removable CE-approved internal knee and shin protectors for class-leading safety in key impact zone
  • Replaceable bio-foam hip pad inserts for comfort and additional impact performance (CE certified Nucleon hip protector available as accessory upgrade)
  • Accordion textile stretch zones above the knee offer improved flexibility and fit in the riding position
  • Extensive stretch poly-fabric on the inside leg and crotch improve flex fit while reducing garment weight and material excess, especially important when spending time on the bike
  • Front snap button and hook waist construction provides greater overlap with the riding jacket to ensure maximum material coverage of the body at all times
  • Internal mesh lining with stretch panel inserts work in conjunction with outer stretch zones for greater freedom of movement
  • Internal reinforced seat and knee areas aid abrasion protection and helps prevent garment deformation as a result of high friction while sliding in an accident
  • Zippered calf expression gusset for excellent fit various lower leg sizes
  • Pre-curved leg construction helps prevent riding fatigue and aids performance fit
  • Waist circumference Velcro® and D-ring closure for secure and personalized closure
  • Waist connection zipper allows attachment to Alpinestars riding jackets
  • Front pockets are zippered for peace-of-mind closure and offer deep, high volume storage
  • Reflective detailing on front and back for improved rider visibility
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Overall Rating: 3.70 of 5

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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.

Seth Cain - December 8, 2016

(Catonsville, MD)





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European Sizes

I have bought a bunch of Alpinestars gear over the years. I just bought these pants and have been doing reviews on a bunch of sites to save everyone headaches. I wear 34 pants or a Euro size 50. That's what I have now for the Alpinestar waterproof leathers I splurged on a few years ago. They still fit and I wear them every ride. Decided to get summer gear and ordered these pants in a size 50. I compared them with my old Alpinestar pants, and the waist is the same size. The legs? I opened both zippers and can barely pull them on. I can't pull them up to my waist. I can't close the zippers on the legs. The calves are at least one inch too small. The thighs slightly better. I don't know what they used as a model for these pants? A stork? I am 5'10" 188 for comparison purposes..

Wilfred - June 30, 2016

(Poughquag, NY)