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A versatile two-piece performance riding suit constructed from superb full grain leather for high levels of abrasion resistance and durability, the Alpinestars GP Pro 2 Piece Suit incorporates track tested protective capabilities such as the Dynamic Friction Shield (DFS) protection and a perforated MotoGP-profiled hump for improved aerodynamics and comfort.
Highly abrasion resistant main construction from premium, 1.3mm full-grain leather for excellent comfort, fit and durability
Alpinestars race-derived, external Dynamic Friction Shield (DFS) protectors in the elbows, shoulders and knees/shins feature injection-molded profiles and dual density foam padding
Removable, internal CE-certified protectors offer superior impact protection to shoulders, elbows and knees
Snap connection system allows integration of CE level 2-certified Bionic Race Back Protector for the ultimate in protection
Chest pad compartments with PE padding (Alpinestars Bionic chest pads available as accessory upgrade)
Replaceable Alpinestars PU Sport knee sliders incorporate Velcro for customized and secure fitment
Hip protector compartments allow integration of Alpinestars CE-certified hip protectors as an accessory upgrade
Advanced microfiber accordion stretch inserts in key articulation zones on the back and elbows for excellent racing fit
Extensive advanced microfiber stretch panels on crotch, underarms, calf and back of the knees for range of movement
Integrated PE comfort padding on the chest, torso, coccyx and back further enhances fit and comfort while riding.
High-density perforations on chest, arm and leg offer airflow and help regulate body temperature
3D mesh sleeve and ankle comfort cuff edging for breathability; cuffs incorporate zip closures for secure and customizable fit
Soft, 3D mesh and leather collar construction for excellent levels of breathability and comfort
Moto GP profile, perforated, back hump for improved aerodynamic and ventilation performance.
Alpinestars-developed accordion leather back panel and knee inserts for superior comfort in riding position
Multi-panel lining incorporates 3D mesh and stretch inserts to improve comfort, performance fit and ventilation; liner is removable and can be washed
Zippered rear calf expansion gusset improves range of fit and comfort
Reflective detailing for improved rider visibility
Premium YKK fasteners and semi-auto locking zips used throughout garment
Full circumference waist connection zipper to securely fasten upper and lower garments together
D-ring waist adjustments feature Velcro straps for secure and customizable fit
Extended lower back profile for increased lumbar coverage
Great track day suit with options
I chose this suit because the jacket is designed to be worn without the pants. It's long enough to cover the belt line and has the extra length in the back to keep my waist covered while in the tuck on my S1000RR. It seems to be a very high quality suit for the price and has the extra features a sport/street rider would want like zippered pockets. I was initially concerned when I ordered it that it wouldn't flow enough air but it does. It's very comfortable and I can feel quite a lot of air coming through the chest and torso on it while I'm moving. Fit was snug/perfect for me at 5'10" 195 lbs in a 56.
September 25, 2014
I wear a size 58 Alpinestars TZ-1 Reload jacket and a size 2XL Ransom jacket. I bought this suit in a size 58.
The jacket is perhaps more snug than my other jackets, but still leaves some room inside (even with the back and chest protectors). The pants is perhaps 1 inch longer than I would like. I have to slide the pants up about 1 inch so that I can get my Alpinestars SMX Plus boots on (the shin protector takes up some space, so if I move it up, I can click the ratchet thing a couple of clicks).
The jacket definitely feels thicker than my other leather jacket (this one is 1.3 mm while the TZ-1 Reload is 1.1 mm). Though it is perforated in some places, I find the air flow wanting. On my last group ride, I was wearing an Under Armour wicking shirt. On the way home, I felt very warm air hugging me...the air was trapped between the jacket and my shirt and wouldn't ventilate. It is very unlike my TZ-1 Reload which will move vast amounts of air.
The description says that there are compartments for hip protectors, but there are none. They are foam pads sewn into the liner. I bought aftermarket hip protection pads, but had to install them in my Alpinestars overpants instead.
Speaking of the pants, it is very spacious. Though my other pants are size 58 and I have to hold my breath for a second to put them on, the pants for this suit are so relaxed that they are on the verge of wanting to fall. This doesn't matter whenever it's zipped to the jacket, but when the jacket is off, I keep an eye on my pants.
I could probably have fit into a size 56, but I chose 58 because that's what my other (tight) gear was. The 58 was fine, though...it's snug enough that the elbow and knee protections are in the right place and won't really move. I'll probably get a size 56 when I get a 1-piece next year...though I like 2-pieces because it's easier to go to the restroom. :P
March 24, 2014
Sweeet suit - if only they had a Short Leg option...
This is a really beautiful suit. Well made and comfortable. I'm a large guy - former powerlifter, mma, etc. 6'4" 280lb, 33" inseam for reference, and I ordered a size 64. The jacket fit perfect, snug but not too tight, length was good. The pants fit well also with a little bit of extra room, which is rare for me because I've got big quads. The only problem I had is that the legs were a little too long, so I had to pull the knee pads up when bending the leg. So I returned it for that reason, but dang so close to perfect and a really awesome suit.
I'd bet that most guys that can fill out a size 64 jacket have a relatively longer torso and shorter legs that smaller guys. I wish there was an option for shorter legs!
March 10, 2014
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Wes J: 2 piece but made to wear the jacket alone so that I'll get more use than just track days from the purchase.Jul 2, 2014
Dionis B: Didnt care about the GP Pro in particular, all i wanted was an alpinestar 2 piece. and started at the low end from the 799& suits and up, and nobody had any 64 size so i ended up buying this one.Mar 7, 2014
A shopper asked:Is this jacket long enough at the back to be worn on it's own around the streets?Jun 3, 2014
David B:Yes, it goes about the width of my hand below my waist area (where my belt would sit). But the jacket is snug (with bent elbows) and might not be comfortable for some people to wear around the streets as a regular jacket. I wouldn't mind it if I were wearing the full suit, but if I'm running errands I'd rather have my regular (commuting) jacket on. Jun 4, 2014
Wes J:The jacket and pants zip together all the way around which is the requirement for many track day organizers. There's no doubt in my mind that this suit when worn zipped together will be very close to the security of a one-piece suit. On your other question about wearing jeans under the lower - nope, no way. These are not designed as an over pant or suit - it's a track day or middle/high end set of leathers. The only thing I wear under this suit is a synthetic wicking base layer. Also, you didn't ask but I'll say that the reason I picked this suit is because the jacket is designed to be worn without the pants. It's length is fine for covering your belt line especially in the back while you're in a tuck where as most two-piece suits aren't designed that way - the jacket is way too short to be worn alone. Hope this helps.Sep 25, 2014
Thanks Wes, it did help. I am relatively new to riding (last October) and have been wanting to get more protective wear. I have the usual helmet, jacket with pads and back protection, jeans, and boots (not actual riding boots yet). I don't do track days, but I have a friend who does, so I could see myself maybe doing that one day.
I have read and heard pretty much the full spectrum from people about what is too much to wear for just street riding, etc. You'll be laughed out, blah blah blah or the complete opposite where people only wear suits or don't ride at all or somewhere in the middle. I personally think suits look awesome, esp. this one compared to many regular riding suits, and more importantly provide the best protection possible. I also think this would match my bike well (2013 Yamaha FZ6R). I realize riding suits allow most of the time to wear clothes under them, whereas this suit I would have to carry clothes, or only wear it when going strictly riding, and maybe have a different suit for other times.
In your opinion since it sounds like you have experienced a variety or gear/riding, is something like this truly overkill for street riding (I do ride highways to and from work, about an hour and 15 min ride) and there's better just as good options? Or is it truly worth getting something like this since I'm of the mindset I want to be as protected as I can.
I know in the end it comes down to each persons preference as far as protection/looks/comfort, etc and it doesn't matter what someone else thinks. I know if I hit the highway doing 80, I might as well not be wearing jeans at that point. And would much rather be wearing a mid to higher end suit.