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The Alpinestars Bionic Pro Armored Jacket features a slim-fitting, highly breathable elastane stretch mesh main construction incorporating extensive Cordura paneling for durability and abrasion resistance. Reduced material construction on underarms and arms for ventilation and weight saving. Integrated chest and back protection panels are constructed from a robust K-RESIN® polymer blend for optimized flexibility and excellent weight savings. Armor is over-injected and placed under Cordura textile finish then stitch mounted onto jacket for styling, stability and durability.
Slim-lined protectors on shoulder and elbows offer excellent levels of resistance abrasion and shock
Removable comfort padding at the chest allows for integration of Alpineastars’ BNS
Premium, auto-locking YKK zips utilized for main frontal closure, plus convenient zip garage
Silicone printed logos throughout to help keep jersey in place
Convenient pull tab loops on shoulders for secure fitment of Alpinestars BNS
Thermoformed padding on kidney areas for comfort and secure fit
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Krystoffer A: When I am in the city, I always wear my denim Jackets, but they provide no impact or abrasion protection, even though I'm cruising a mere 25 mph. So I wanted to wear this slim fit protection under my jackets so I can look styling yet be protected in the city environment.Feb 15, 2015
Andrey S: Looks very good, good protection, can wear with any clothes and in any season.Feb 12, 2015
Allen M: I wanted to try a thin undershirt armor. For my offroad riding style and needs this will work. Fits nicely, I wish the back piece was removable, I really don't need one as I always carry a backpack or a waterpack. So I removed it and I like it better that way. The unit looks like it will last for a long time and it's not too warm, I actually took it on a first ride on 110 degrees weather and it wasn't too bad. Happy with the purchase.Sep 23, 2014
Mark R: I was looking for a source of protection similar to what you find in armored jackets that I could wear under a jersey in hot weather while trail and adventure riding. The Alpinestars Bionic gives me the protection that you would normally find in a jacket (elbow, shoulder, back, plus chest). I've been impressed with the robustness of the mesh material and the build quality. It's cool and comfortable and makes a great source of armor under my Klim Traverse jacket as well when the weather get bad.Jun 1, 2014
Jeton a: Comfortable n looks good n good protection for just cruzing aroundApr 20, 2014
A shopper asked:Hello RevZilla,
Which of the armors are CE rated or upgrade-able? Thanks!Aug 23, 2013
The Bionic Pro certifications are Elbow/Shoulder: Certified to 1621-1, Back: Certified to 1621-2 Level 1. The Bionic Tech add to the above the new 1621-3 certification on Chest. Best Regards, Massimiliano Mirabella Technical RepresentativeNov 14, 2013
Hi Prajit, Alpinestar website doesn't says anything about CE for Pro Jacket only for Tech one. is it possible for you to provide a link or a quote from Alpinestars about Certification for back on Pro Jacket ?
Nov 27, 2013
I just emailed support at alpinestars dot com asking about CE certification regarding the Bionic Pro jacket, my post was the reply I got from an Alpinestars tech. I had the same issue of not being able to find any documentation anywhere; all I have is that one reply from their tech support. Sorry I can't be of any more help.
Nov 27, 2013
John F:Remember that this jacket's armour is not CE rated, it used something called K-Resin that for some reason means it is not CE rated. I just recently purchased this jacket, I'm an adventure travel motorcyclist and took a change and bought it. I think it is great! It is comfortable and thought it is not intended for road use I will be wearing it all summer! Our course this is only my opinion but I feel that this jacket will protect me better in a crash than my other road rated armor because it fits so closely to my body and does not rotate around! In my other jacket I feel that if I was to take a spill that the armor might not take the impact correctly because might not be in the right place as it is armor in an jacket rather than armor sewn into a mesh shell that is tight to your body.
After getting this in the mail I will always wear this piece or something similar as I feel that the armor moves with my body better than armor placed in a bulkier jacket.Jun 16, 2014
Mark R:I've used the Bionic Pro for several rides now but I can't speak to how well it will hold up in a highway accident (fortunately). I'd rate the armor capability somewhere between a full armored ballistic jacket and the protection you get from an armored riding jacket. It's armor is similar in size to a riding jacket and it will stay put better than the jacket armor in an accident but the pads are certainly smaller than what you'll find on the likes of a Bionic 2 and a Leatt Adventure. I had a Leatt and found it too bulky and heavy. The Bionic Pro covers the basic key areas (chest, back, elbows, and shoulders). The shoulders could be a little larger and leave the collarbone area exposed but I feel they are adequate. It's well made and the base vented material is much more robust than other ballistic jackets I've seen. It's very comfortable and cool.Jun 16, 2014
Greg A:I can give you what I've experienced with the is jacket. It fits well and is comfortable. The armor protection is very good. I have worn it on the highway and would be comfortable in a crash. It will definitely work better than just a jacket with no protection at all. I use mine mostly for off road riding, you can also look at Knox armor if you are looking for something different. I would say I'm happy with this armor and would be sufficiently protected in a crash and slide.Jun 16, 2014
brayden m:I high sided going about 40 mph down a hill as a result of a mechanical failure , bike landed on my ankle/leg and we slid about 50 ft down the hill , I got up not a scratch or bruise on me honest to god. Just my ankle was sore for a few weeks but nothing I didn't walk off and ride home from. Just get a size that fits correctly , meaning snug enough to stay put . Good luck and ride safeJun 16, 2014
Brandon G:I haven't been in a crash with it, but as far as lower speeds I feel as if the protection would hold up fine, as far as highway speeds I think it would do its job but would get shredded up, with protection it doesn't feel as good as say a leather jacket, but I do love how well it breathes, especially since I live in FloridaJun 16, 2014
Fabricio B asked:Hi, I was checking for some summer jackets, and I cross with this. I wonder if this kind/type of jackets are meant to be use alone, or they have to be used under another jacket or riding suit?. I'm riding a yamaha r6 2012. ThanksFeb 12, 2014
If you are looking for armor protection for riding this is the stuff. It goes on very easily and zips right up. If you wear an under armor shirt or something thin that breaths you'll be fine. It looks good both over a shirt or underneath a jacket. I've worn it all day riding motox and had no issues at all. I feel protected and the few knock arounds I have had resulted in no injuries. I don't think I would wear it just against my skin for very long only because it may chafe a little bit.
Definitely a good purchase. I wouldn't have anything else.Feb 12, 2014
brayden m:I've worn it alone and under an aplinestar jacket . It's fine alone. I actually took a descent high side two weeks ago and slid 30 ft down a hill with right foot pinned under bike , was wearing the bionic pro jacket , not a scratch on me . Was very impressed , foot was little banged up but had on tcx xrap boots that saved me big time . Everyone told me the mesh won't hold up and the pads won't stay in place but get a snug fit and from experience like I said not a scratch on me Feb 12, 2014
Hi rick. I have my own leather racing suit for track day. What I was asking is if I'm able to use it in street riding conditions or travel with this "jacket" instied of a traditional perforated summer leather jacket. Using a t-shirt or some first skin clothes underneath. Would I be able to so that??? Thanks
Feb 12, 2014
Graham S:I use mine either by itself, under a tshirt, long sleeve shirt, or underneath a ski jacket when it gets cold enough. It's nice to have the flexibility. It's kind of itchy the first couple times you use it but wears in nicely. Hope that helps.Feb 12, 2014
Marcelo A asked:Does anybody had already any experiences in a offroad crash using this Pro version? Since the elbow/shoulder protections are made only of a thick foam, the absence of a hard plastic shell is worrying me. Will it fulfill its protection purpose?Mar 27, 2015