Alpinestars SP-1 2009 Suit CLOSEOUT w/ Video Review; Huge Savings!! - TwoWheelForum: Motorcycle and Sportbike forums
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Alpinestars SP-1 2009 Suit CLOSEOUT w/ Video Review; Huge Savings!!

Alpinestars is one of the premier Racing lines of gear in the United States to day. They didn't get there way by making ok product. They are among the top performers in the World. The Italian company makes many top level products from leather suits to boots all the way to neck braces.

We here at STG are proud to carry the Alpinestars Line and for our customer are even more proud to offer High end suits at a closeout price where everyone can buy one.

The SP-1 is a bare bones great track day/race suit. This suit doesn't have all of the fancy bell's and whistles, just a great suit with TONS of perforation. This has leather flex panels in the waist, knees, and elbows, and is using Schoeller Kevlar stretch panels. Multiple stitched main seam with a removable liner.

We have the Alpinestars SP-1 Race Suit on Closeout, Retail was $899.95; now on closeout for $649.95. That is just over 28% off retail. HUGE SAVINGS.

We have 2 video reviews here on the SP-1. Please watch them for more in-depth knowledge of the suit.

The Alpinestars SP-1 comes in a few color waves, and can be seen on this page of our website.

If you have any questions or would like to order a set of leathers give Jason a call at 888-784-4327 ext 210, or e-mail [email protected]

The SP-1 has a huge amount of perforation, here is a close up view of the chest. This thing flows a ton of air.

Expansion panel in the arms for added comfort.

The hump is perforated as well to keep you as cool as possible.

Expansion panels in the knee make it easy to move back and forth on the bike when dropping a knee.

A stretch panel in the shoulders helps with upper body movement when trying to pin your head next to the windscreen during a corner.

Here you can see the Schoeller Kevlar stretch with the YKK semi Auto locking zipper. is offline  
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