Alpinestars Spring 2013 collection is headlined by multiple leather suit and leather jacket offerings, plus perfectly commemorates the company's 50-year anniversary. The Alpinestars Spring 2013 selection extends beyond cowhide protection mind you, and is also highlighted by the new Viper Air textile jacket, Raving backpack and more.
The Alpinestars Orbiter suit is one of the two aforementioned one-piece leather suit offerings and benefits from an offset zipper that aids in suit ingress/egress. The suit's relaxed cut promotes a comfortable, more upright riding position, according to Alpinestars, and its more relaxed neckline should make it an ideal piece of apparel for riders who put equal emphasis on safety and comfort. Aramid -rather than leather – stretch panels are an all-new feature and keep the Alpinestars Orbiter suit weight reasonable.
An Alpinestar Motegi one- and two-piece suit will sell alongside the Alpinestars Orbiter and feature new graphics, which are imprinted on the suit for weight saving. A Alpinestar Celar motorcycle jacket compliments this lineup of leather apparel and has reflective inserts for increased visibility in addition to a Dynamic Flow Control system for proper ventilation in Thai weather conditions. Alpinestars textile lineup for Srping 2013 is no less impressive than its leather lineup and has been enhanced with the addition of the Alpinestars Viper Air jacket, which is constructed around a 600 Denier poly-fabric outer shell and reinforced with PU protection for safety purposes. The Alpinestars Viper Air will be available in sizes from S to 4XL.
Those who aren't in the market for a new motorcycle jacket or suit will be pleased to learn that Alpinestars has expanded nearly every faced of its collection. The Italian company has introduced a new, low-profile Alpinestars Roving backpack, for example. Alpinestars has also made available two seaprate pairs of mechanic gloves, the Alpinestars Mech Pro and the Mech Air. Both are excellent for protection.