This Alpinestars Crest 3/4 Jersey is no longer available although you may find similar or newer versions below:
Helping you find hitherto unknown new levels of comfort as you ride, the lightweight Crest 3/4 Jersey from Alpinestars is made from an advanced polyester fabric which promotes moisture wicking for a sweat-free experience.
Lightweight comfort is the name of the game with the Alpinestars Crest 3/4 Jersey, and the game is good. It’s made from lightweight and breathable polyester to help keep you cool, which also transfers sweat away from the skin when things get a little more intense. In addition, the Crest works hard to reduce irritation, with a low open collar which also allows quick ease of entry on the fly. A longer rear hem increases coverage, and the convenient mid-length sleeves are designed to be fully compatible with body armour and other protection systems.
Practicality comes built in too, thanks to an easy access zipped side pocket, a terry cloth patch acts as a great lens wipe and a loop on the collar is for securely fastening your headphones. All of that, and a wonderfully stylish look. What more could you ask for?
Alpinestars is a technical safety gear manufacturer for motorcycle and auto racing (MotoGP, Motocross, Formula One and NASCAR), as well as extreme sports. The company takes its name from the English translation of the Italian word "stelle alpine" which, when translated into English, literally means "Alpine stars".
They have also developed a fashion clothing division for men's and women's sportswear lifestyle apparel, based upon Alpinestars' heritage in motorsports.
Founded in 1963 by Sante Mazzarolo in Asolo, Italy, the company started out making hiking and ski boots, but quickly focused on making boots primarily for motocross racing. In the 1990s, the company branched out into manufacturing all types of protective and technical gear ranging from gloves and jackets to full leather suits for motorcycling. They also sold Alpinestars branded mountain bikes until 1996. Today they have offices in Los Angeles and Tokyo while the original headquarters and main research & development labs remain in Northern Italy.
The company is today headed by Sante's son, Gabriele Mazzarolo. Alpinestars is now a global brand, developing technical racing products for MotoGP and World Superbike with leather suits, boots, gloves and protection worn by MotoGP World Champions Nicky Hayden and Casey Stoner. In auto racing, flame and heat retardant Nomex suits, footwear, gloves and underwear have been developed in Formula One and NASCAR with recent Champions Fernando Alonso and Jimmie Johnson.
Alpinestars has established a fashion division with design centers in California and Italy.
The current Stig on Top Gear wears a white Alpinestars race suit
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