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Light, aggressively styled and highly durable, the Alpinestars GP-Air is an ideal summer street riding glove. Incorporating a robust carbon knuckle guard in a multi-panel and extremely robust main shell that is reinforced in critical areas, the GP-Air is a superb performer.
Durable, multi-panel main shell construction incorporating full-grain goat’s leather, Spandex and 3D mesh for durability, abrasion resistance and high levels of breathability
Synthetic suede and leather reinforced palm for improved grip and abrasion resistance
Outer edge of hand and pinky finger reinforced with synthetic suede for excellent tear and abrasion resistance
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Mohamed S: I love the style of this gloves it has everything I want in a glove it is long but not full size long. It has leather and carbon fiber protection and also the colors in this red/white/black is awesome!Jun 15, 2015
Christopher F: I am replacing my previous pair of GP Air Gloves. I like the fit and feel these gloves provide but was slightly disappointed with the durability of my first pair. My right glove blew out at the base of my index finger after 6 months of use. Hopefully this pair will last a bit longer.May 29, 2015
Thomas P: Comfortable and great protection!Mar 1, 2015
mark z: matches my jacket, its a great price and has a lot of featuresFeb 10, 2015
Travis A: I thoroughly enjoy my Alpinstars SP-2s but the longer cuff was sometimes annoying as it didn't fit into my jacket sleeve or over it. These gloves were the perfect solution as they provide ample protection, are very comfortable and fit nicely into my jacket sleeve.Dec 23, 2014
S P: High quality, good feeling of the grips, don't have to take off to use a phoneOct 22, 2014
David F: Alpinestars offers great quality with great style. These will not only provide the protection I require but the breathability I am looking for. Plus they go well with the rest of my Alpinestars gear.Oct 21, 2014
Christian N: The video was excellent on helping me to decide. A huge factor was the DFS on the inside of the palm.Oct 13, 2014
Travis B: had the AStar thunders for my summer glove and they started falling apart after 3 months of wear. replaced them with these gloves and i should have gotten these first and saved my money on the Thunders.Oct 9, 2014
Basil C: breathable for hot weather but adds good protection for casual riding.Aug 17, 2014
Alexis C: I need one pair of gloves that protects my hands on the cold and in the crashes!May 19, 2014
Lee Y: like matching gear and these gloves will match my alpine jacket and arai helmetMay 19, 2014
Richard R: I need a light-weight summer glove that offers good protection.May 8, 2014
Jorge F: I had a great pair but I lost them...I need to replace them asapApr 10, 2014
jason c: Needed new gloves. Like the look and after using them, love the air flow and style. Had to order a bigger size though, M was slightly too short in the fingers. Hopefully the L takes care of me.Mar 27, 2014
Fernando N: Great features on a short cuff glove. I'm planning to wear these all spring and summer (+30Â°C)Mar 14, 2014
Taylor G: I wanted the Alpinestars SP-X gloves but being how these are the replacement for those I decided to pre-order them and I'm sure I won't regret my purchase. I'm excited can't wait for them to finally ship.Feb 18, 2014
A shopper asked:I followed the rules to find out what size i am, when I measured it said I would be a M but as Anthony says they do run a little small, so should I order a L instead of a M?Oct 2, 2014
Dallace M:I'd say go for the large if you are in the middle/big side of Medium. These don't seem to be quite as small as other A*'s Ive had, but I bought XL and typically wear a L. I've had some XL A*'s even be almost too tight until they break in. Revzilla is awesome about returns, so don't worry about that!Oct 2, 2014
Michael S:I've had the gloves for 3 months now and I have a large in the glove. I'm a large in all alphinestars but this glove did stretch a tiny bit . If you are a medium go with a medium if they are a little tight they will break in so don't worry .Oct 2, 2014
Michael D:These gloves definitely run small so if your in between sizes go with the larger size. I ordered a large and they fit snug at first but after wearing them they broke in a little but I prefer a snug fitting glove instead of a loose fit.Oct 2, 2014
J A:They do run a little small. I got an XL, which is my normal size and it's a little snug but still manageable. I don't mind it a little snug though. I'd suggest going with a large to be safe though.Oct 2, 2014
Richard K:I would order a large so you have a little wiggle room. If you order the medium it will be tight, but will eventually break in to be a snug fit. Then again, it's all in how you like the fit.Oct 2, 2014
A shopper asked:I am interested in getting this glove. but I don't like the gloves that have the knuckles attached to the glove. are these one fully attached or are they detached in the back?Sep 10, 2014
Colton C:The knuckles are not attached the way you referring to. They are very comfortable. I have about 4000 miles on mine and they have held up good. Only downside is the electronics material on the finger tips doesn't work as well anymore. But the rest of the glove is worth it. Sep 11, 2014
Joshua S:Hey, I think the main difference is that the GP Air incorporates more synthetic material and the GPX seems to be almost all leather. The material on the back of the hand between the knuckles and the wrist on the GP Air is very breathable, which I really like. I'm sure it is not as protective as leather would be, but I am hoping it would not be a major impact area. And if you are going to put some breathable/ less slide-worthy material anywhere on a glove, that's probably the spot. I've been quite happy with them for a short(ish) cuff glove that still has some decent low-side wrist protection. Hope this helps. Cheers Sep 22, 2014
Omer U asked:Hi, I want to order from this gloves but i couldnt decide what size to order? Before i tried Dainese mig gloves and size M was fit me and i tried Alpinestars smx2 air and size L was fit me. And is this difference normal between Dainese and Alpinestars?Mar 20, 2014
GLOVE SIZING INSTRUCTIONS: Using your right hand, place a tape measure under your palm and measure from the knuckle of your forefinger to the knuckle of your pinkie finger. Note the measurement and compare it to the chart below.
2 1/8" - 2 5/8"
2 5/8" - 3 1/8"
3 1/8" - 3 5/8"
3 5/8" - 4 1/8"
4 1/8" - 4 5/8"
4 5/8" - 5 1/8"
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.