4 Alpinestars products perfect for winter
Alpinestars have a bit of a name for themselves in the wonderful world of motorcycling, providing top products that are used at the very height of racing for the great protective qualities on offer.
But the Italian company aren't just good at making racing suits, they make something for every occassion, including winter. Below are some of the best Alpinestars products to keep you warm and dry in the winter months. Which would you buy? Let us know on MCN's Facebook, Twitter or Instagram page.
Alpinestars Managua GoreTex jacket (£664.99) and pants (£474.99)
Yeah, this jacket and pant combo isn't cheap, but if you want the best you're going ot have to part witha bit of cash. Both the jacket and trousers feature GoreTex, which keeps the water out while still letting your skin breathe. Both items also feature a removable thermal liner. There's also ventilation should the temperature suddenly rise, and reflective material for night riding.
Alpinestars Stella Andes jacket (£179.99) and pants (£170.99)
This ladies touring suit doesn't feature GoreTex like the suit above, but instead it uses Alpinestars' Drystar technology to keep the water out. Like the above suit however, it does feature a removable thermal lining and plenty of vents. There's CE approved armour at the elbows, shoulders and knees, with pockets at the hips should you want a little more protection.
Alpinestars SMX-6 V2 GoreTex boots — £227.99
These boots might look sporty but they're actually a great choice for all season riding. The GoreTex membrane keeps the water out while letting your feet breathe. There's a TPU lateral ankle brace support between the calf, shin and ankle for impact protection as well as TPU injected shin guard, calf protector and heel counter
Alpinestars Jet Road GoreTex glove — £142.49
This textile touring glove has a dual layered storm gauntlet and GoreTex lining to keep the water out and TPU molded protection on the kuckles. There are also accordion flex panels to ensure a comfortable fit both on and off the bike.