Alpinestars Viper Air jacket

Posted March 15th, 2013 in Product Reviews Leave a comment

viper black fluoNew from Alpinestars for their spring collection is this Viper Air jacket. As the name suggests, the Viper is designed to keep you cool during those summer months (well ok, couple of days if you live in the UK!) and the mesh airflow panels really do make things much more comfortable once the temperature rises. Obviously it’s not a jacket you’d wear all year round but if you’re out and about through summer every rider should have an airflow jacket in their wardrobe. Visit your nearest bike dealer or www.alpinestars.com for more info.

Viper key features:

• Constructed from hard‐wearing 600 Denier poly‐fabric outer shell reinforced with PU for excellent tear and abrasion performance.
• Extensive double mesh on mesh panel construction on front and rear panels for unsurpassed airflow performance.
• Removable windproof inner vest lining to allow jacket to be worn in wet weather; lining features Velcro‐closing wallet pockets.
• Full interior mesh liner adds to the cooling performance and incorporates Velcro ®closing wallet pocket.
• Airflow‐intake system on lower arms includes perforated gusset for extra breathability
• Removable CE‐certified Bio‐Armor shoulder and elbow protection for superb impact protection.
• Chest and Back protector compartments with PE comfort padding (CE certified Bio Armor back protector insert available).
• Neoprene comfort edge on cuff and collar; collar is constructed from padded 3D mesh for breathability and comfort.
• Elongated rear profile, plus Velcro® and D‐ring waist adjustment for added riding comfort and customization.
• Pre‐curved sleeves for increased comfort in riding position.
• External zippered hand pockets for peace‐of‐mind closure.
• Internal waist connection zipper allows attachment to selected Alpinestars pants.
• Reflective detailing on front and back for added rider visibility.
• Stitched and printed logos and YKK auto locking zippers.
• Price £169.99

Written by 2Commute (Ian Grainger), © 2020 all rights reserved.
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