From the beginning, Alpinestars has had a reputation for quality, durability, and dependability. Founded by a leather craftsman with a perfectionist mindset, the brand has been outfitting and protecting top motorcycle racers for over half a century with unmatched precision.
That attention to detail and high standard of performance that made Alpinestars so revolutionary back then is still evident today. Fabrics, plastics, and finished products are still rigorously tested before being mass-produced. Race suits are still hand-cut. Quality inspections are completed on varying products before they leave the warehouse.
Continued tradition doesn’t come at the cost of innovation, though. Alpinestars is an industry leader in safety, constantly refining products and viewing protection as an ever-evolving state of development. This mindset is how they’ve developed progressive products like the Tech-Air Airbag Vest, and is how they’ll continue to redefine rider safety for years to come.
With gear available for every riding discipline, Alpinestars provides the versatility that modern riders need. Their ever-expanding collection includes pieces like the Supertech M10 Helmet, Tech 10 Boots, Bionic Neck Support, GP Leather Jacket, Andes Drystar Pants, and more, all with the same standard of protection, quality, and durability. Whatever you ride, wherever you ride, Alpinestars has something for you.
Rich in WA
I received my Alpinestar A-1 Roost Deflector close to 2 weeks ago, and have only wore it around the house!, in the middle of doing a rebuild on my bike and waiting for some parts. also, with the emergence of the Coronavirus in our area, most riding areas at this time are off limits...will have to wait till life gets back to some kind of normalcy before I can give it a test run.Read All Reviews
Peter in NV
Bought these for trail riding. They are on the bulky side so size up on your jersey if you plan to wear it underneath. Mobility is good no issues maneuvering about my bike. Protection: have yet to take a spill but should work fine on the terrain I'll be mostly on( soft mud, clay, dirt, loose gravel) Probably would invest more money if you do a lot of boulderingRead All Reviews
Brian in IL
I wish I had regular shoes this comfortable. Best boots I’ve had in 30 years of riding and I’ve tried them. I ride a lot in mountains and Moab so the traction soles are a must, especially on wet slick rock. I have larger calves and wide feet. No problems at all with the width but a little tight first time on the calves. Break in was quick, though. Wear 12s in just about everything and they seemed true to size. I’d say they’re pricey but I believe you get what you pay for so to me, it’s a bargain.Read All Reviews
Kris in LA
So, I took a hit the other day riding. My Alpinestars did it’s job and didn’t allow my bars to break my ribs when I hit them. Well, the buckle managed to break in the process. I contacted Rocky Mountain trying to buy a replacement because it was my fault and no fault of the equipment. RM had me take a picture. They contacted Alpinestars and warranty the buckle free of charge. I cannot tell you how much respect both RM and Alpinestars just got from me.Read All Reviews