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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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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
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
A shopper asked:Dear RevZilla, I'm looking for a flexible jacket that I can wear under ski jacket. so it should be slim, not bulky provide excellent protection for my back and not bend/move too much. Bionic pro and Tech jackets seem to be what I need but I still have couple questions.
Description says K-RESIN® polymer which can be anything from very soft absorption material to "hard" plastic. How does the back part feel like ? Is it flexible ? does it "lock" to restrict bending back ?
Bionic 2 used to be small for it's size (I.E one had to order +1 size in order to get comfortable fit unless you're in a great shape) is it the same for Pro/Tech jackets ?Nov 23, 2013
Patrick RStaff:The armor in these news Alpinestars armored jacket's is different from what they have offered previously. It's pretty light and comfortable, but still maintains impressive rigidity. All in all both jackets seem like they should offer decent protection without all the bulk of hard plastic alternatives. With that said, the back protectors do not have anything stopping them from flexing like, for example, the Dainese Manis. It's still one solid rigid piece that would resist over extension by default, but doesn't have the armor-plating like design that Dainese uses. It doesn't "lock," as you put it. Just as well, I tried on the Bionic Pro and I would definitely say it runs small. I typically wear SM jackets (or the equivalent in European sizes), and the SM Bionic Pro was ridiculously tiny on me. I would suggest ordering 1 size up like you have in the past.Nov 25, 2013