The entire line of new or updated motorcycle gear apparel for 2016 from Alpinestars that will be available to consumers includes numerous items, which you’ll be able to see on Chaparral Motorsports website Until then, here’s some highlights from the Alpinestars 2016 collection press introduction held at the company’s U.S. headquarters.
New and updated performance motorcycle riding gear includes Atem one- and two-piece motorcycle leather suits ($1499 and $1299, respectively), Atem leather motorcycle jacket ($799), Celer leather jacket ($649), Missile leather pants ($399), and Supertech R boots ($499). The Black Shadow collection gets two new jackets, the Enforce Drystar ($369) and Warden Air ($329), and a new pair of Warden gloves ($69). Additions and upgrades to the City collection include the C-20 Drystar glove ($119), C-1 Windstopper glove ($89), Riffs denim ($299), Crank Denim ($249), Copper Denim ($229), and Parlor Drystar shoe ($179). The Women’s City collection, which Alpinestars stresses is built for purpose, meaning designed to fit women and not just downsized men’s gear, gets the Stella C-1 Windstopper glove ($89), Daisy Denim ($199), Riley Denim ($239), and Stella SR-3 Drystar glove ($69). Alpinestars has offered gear suitable for sport-touring riders in the past, but labeled the apparel under the Road Sport or Tech Touring monikers. For 2016, Alpinestars is removing the ambiguity with the Sport-Touring collection, which includes the all-new Pikes Drystar jacket ($429), the updated AST-1 Waterproof Pants ($199), and Tech Layer Top ($139).
Here is a snapshot of the new motorcycle gear now available from Alpinestars, available from Chaparral Motorsports: