Alpinestars, based in the small Northern Italy town of Asolo, has a rich 50 year heritage and has outfitted countless world champions past and present. They produce the highest level of performance and protective footwear and apparel. To this day, Alpinestar's legacy of motorcycle racing and its roots in Italian artistry are stitched into every garment.
JEREMY in MA
I have had this Kidney belt for 3+ years now. It has served its purpose, and does work well. The elasticity has not stretched, and still holds tight. The one thing I do not like its that it has a dual strap system, and the secondary straps do not hold well. They never seem to stay velcroed which gets super annoying as the flap in the breeze mid race.Read All Reviews
kris in NC
The Fluid pro's are absolute junk! The inner lining/padding is stuck on with a cheap double sided glue sticker. After 3, yes 3 rides the inner padding was falling off, torn and lost its form. The fitment was "OK" at best and the knee guards constantly slid down my leg after riding. There is no logical way that these were ever tested on anybody because they are that bad. I paid a lot for them and have cheaper evs braces that have held up for 5 years. Very disappointed in Alpinestars on this product and to top it off they raised the prices now? I would not buy these brand new, they are that bad.Read All Reviews
Jeff in California
Worse designed knee pads I have ever purchased. I love Alpinestars as a brand, and expected a quality product when I purchased these online, but they're terrible! The straps are very thin and uncomfortable, these pads weigh a ton for some reason, and they do not wrap around to protect the inside of your knee at all (they feel like they are just floating on the front part of your knee). I have found that most other knee pads extend inside your leg a little, and this is very beneficial as it protects them when gripping the bike with your knees. Purchase anything else, but dont buy these.Read All Reviews