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Alpinestars GP Tech Gloves

The Alpinestars GP-Tech Gloves represent a revolutionary development in Moto GP-proven glove technology. Featuring a strong and supple kangaroo and cow leather chassis and palm for superior feel and performance with palm, thumb and finger sidewalls reinforced with kangaroo leather. The lower palm incorporates strategically positioned compound TPU sliders mounted on foam-backed leather panel.

Features:

  • Alpinestars Dynamic Friction Shield (DFS) knuckle protector features dual density mold construction for superior resistance to repeated impacts
  • Ergonomically shaped TPU injected wrist cuff protects wrist bone from impact
  • Alpinestars patented third and fourth finger bridge
  • Leather accordion insert on extended thumb zone and fingers for superior fit and flexibility
  • Lateral leather accordion insert gives greater range of movement to back hand area
  • Vented back hand TPR for climate control
  • Internal Kevlar back hand, wrist and thumb lining and internal K-Tech Kevlar pinky lining
  • Compound TPU sliders on fingers are mounted on foam-backed leather panels
  • The Alpinestars GP-Tech has a perforated leather top panel and wrist with ventilated finger sidewalls
  • External finger to palm seams for a close fit and superior feel
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Alpinestars GP Tech Gloves 4.1 5 17 17
NO GRIP ON THE PALMS! -wish I'd gotten the GP pros For some reason these gloves don't have any texture or grip built/sewn into the palms like the GP Pros do. I thought that they'd be a step up from the GP Pros that I'd used before. The gloves are fine, but the lack of any grip on the palms makes them slick and slippery. I found myself having to use extra pressure on the grips to hold the throttle open on road rides and under braking at the track. Worst of all it was distracting. Maybe for some riders this isn't an issue, but for me it's turned out to be a hot button item. Hate to have wasted $300 but I'm not going to ride around in gloves that have this issue. I'm getting rid of them for a pair of GP Pros or Dainese D1's that have grip in the palms. July 30, 2015
Great Product These are definitely a top of the line product. Great features. I especially like the palm and wrist protection features. It does run slightly larger than most A* gloves but the large fit me a bit tight. After riding a few months it has formed to my hand nicely. February 13, 2015
These are SMALL - buy at least 1 size bigger Spending a LOT more on gloves, does not mean they are lot better - they are 25% better than my previous Rukka gloves at 250% the price - they are disappointing for the money due to comfort and cooling being below par - The A-Star size chart is for people with skeleton thin-bone fingers - i don't have fat hands and at 6'2" i am 95kg - but my fingers bones are a decent size and simply jammed into the supposed size from the palm measurements on the chart. I had to pay for return and even one size up is just marginal - Think about getting 2 sizes above the size chart unless you are a circus dwarf with girl fingers and wide palms - they really SHOULD have a finger circumference measurement at this price - it would cost Alpine Stars nothing to offer a more informative size chart. the Kevlar is a very thin material material on the inside backs - the leather on the gloves also quite thin - yet the cooling vents are not functional - my hand got hot on open bars in 29°C ride - sweat was not exposed to any ventilation - cant see why they cannot have a velcro style open/closed vent system at this price point. January 7, 2015
ring finger too long Great gloves, break in quickly very comfortable. However, the thumb middle and index finger fit is spot on, the ring and pinky are just long enough to affect grabbing controls quickly and fluidly. My smx-2 and gpx gloves (also in large) were an exact fit. It's a shame that the ones that are 4x the price can't have the same level of fit. Other than that very stout gloves that appear well made. December 29, 2014
AWESOME GLOVES! I'll keep it short. I purchased these to start doing track days. They lived up to every review I looked at. They are the best made gloves I've owned and I feel VERY protected with them on. They're even pretty comfortable. They look just as good in person as the product picture. I'm glad I spent a little more for the quality and level of protection. December 1, 2014
Saved my hands 100% in a crash I just lowsided for the first time yesterday wearing these gloves, and at 25MPH they held up amazingly well,basically no damage to the leather palm, the sliders did their job very well. As someone who has skinned his palms many times from bicycle crashes, my hands would be in really rough shape. My hands are definitely worth more than $300 to me so buying the best gloves I could was a no brainer, and it sure did pay off. As far as comfort goes these are great, you forget you're wearing them once you're riding, and they are true to size I wear a size large in Mechanix gloves for reference and these in size large fit me very well. Overall I am very satisfied with this purchase and highly recommend them. I attached an image of the glove that slid on the ground to this review if you'd like to see it. November 8, 2014
Awkward fit. I'm perfectly on the line between Alpinestars' S/M, so I went with the small for this model per Anthony's recommendation in the video. I have no qualms about price since hands are both delicate and important. When I initially tried them on, they felt a bit snug. I didn't know what to expect exactly coming from years of wearing motocross gloves. The excessively snug feeling went away after wearing the gloves for a few minutes, but then other problems were apparent. I have clinodactyly (last joint in the little finger is bent towards the ring finger) in both hands, and this was somewhat uncomfortable, but the discomfort went away after ten more minutes or so. The wrist sizing and fit were perfect, the finger length sizing was perfect (and double checked with Alpinestars' hand on a flat surface method), the thumb fit was absolutely amazing, but the finger diameter did not seem to improve, and was actually painful on the second joint on my right index finger (contact point circled in red). This was worse in the right hand than the left, so perhaps there was some kind of defect, but in general the finger diameter felt a bit off. All the other sizing aspects were correct, so I don't see going to a medium as being an option with this model. That would make the fingers too long and the palm too wide. I expected some restriction with regards to range of motion during break in, but experiencing pain from wearing protective equipment feels a bit defeatist. I should also note that if anything I have thin fingers relative to my hand size. I'll try the GP Pro glove in a medium next. July 23, 2014
and baby bear said this one was just right... Everyone's hands are different, so thank God that a lot of companies are making roadracing gloves. These fit me like, well... a glove. Try on several makes and models from glove manufacturers I find the ones that fit you properly. Fit, above all else, is most important. Lastly, make sure it's from a company that has crash-proven products. I made the mistake of buying some unproven gloves in the past that blew apart when I went down. May 23, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Steven N: full kevlar protection, Wish you had the color I wanted...... May 29, 2015
Stephen H: I needed gauntlet type race gloves for the track. May 3, 2015
Merquis G: The style and most of the protection Mar 14, 2015
Cedric M: Finally had to lay my ICON Merc gloves to rest. Needed a solid replacement Mar 2, 2015
T W: I just had a high speed track crash and I know that I will need the best gloves that money can buy. Feb 7, 2015
Walter W: I have a track day coming up so I read some reviews and just used some common sense! Jan 17, 2015
Paul S: Gloves looked great and the quality appeared great. Everything I expected. Jan 13, 2015
Richard M: Best damned glove out there. This is the second pair I've bought and will buy another pair when these wear out. Dec 22, 2014
David C: Simply the best suit at the best price... Awesome... !!! Nov 16, 2014
Cedric M: 9 yrs of high quality ICON MERC gauntlet gloves finally bit the dust. I tried to get them to repair them or send me an archived set but to no avail. Leather makers around here haven't worked on gloves so I had to get a new pair. We'll see if this hold up just as long. Oct 20, 2014
Michael D: I ordered it for being a trusted brand. The Revzilla review was what solidified my decision. I'm also doing track days and I didn't want to skimp on the best protection I could get. Sep 17, 2014
B R: because gizmodo review convinced me to buy good equipment in case i crash. Jul 28, 2014
Robert P: I received excellent guidance from Eric Santini at RevZilla as well as from Anthony's video on the Alpinstars GP Tech Gloves. Jul 8, 2014
Emerson F: I chose this product because the pros use Apr 22, 2014
Luii P: I wanted these instead of the KNOX "Handroid" which I purchased from Sportbiketrackgear (I WAS COERCED!). This has been on my wish list since last spring. Apr 14, 2014
Michael R: These are great gloves, but in regard to size focus on the length of your fingers, as I found (normal size hands of 3 4/8" using Alpinestar measurement chart) that I suited a L size 10 in these gloves.
The M size 9 was too small / tight in the finger flexibility department. I know the video review say's choose a size down (which I did) but, I had to return them, as they were on the tight side of things and a 5% break in factor wasn't going to make any appreciable difference.
Apr 10, 2014
Felix L: Looks and price point. Apr 5, 2014
M A: Great reviews Feb 21, 2014
Robert S: have owned a pair in the past and like them. Jan 14, 2014
Terry W: Great ratings from many of my fellow racers. I have many of the alpinestar products & the quality is always top notch Dec 26, 2013
Allen C: Best of the best. When it comes down to protection & confidence, this glove said it all to me. The fact that it has wrist impact protection is very impressive. Also, you can't beat the looks. These gloves look awesome. The color schemes available are very nice too, but I wish there were more green. Overall amazing gloves. Dec 23, 2013
Seam N: Overall rating from other customer. My experience with Alpinestar gloves has always been great!!! Dec 9, 2013
Peter K: I chose these because I want the most protective gloves available. Oct 5, 2013
A shopper asked: Are these gloves true to size? Revzilla reviewer says it runs large and STG says it runs small, very confusing information coming from two leading retailers Nov 21, 2013
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Adrian Felipe A: Hi,

In my case, the gloves seems to be a little larger than other gloves that i bought from Astars, specially in the lenght of the fingers, ie(I had the same size (small) in Astars S1, and the fingers fit perfect, but in the GP Tech, I have a little room).

I recomend to you that if you want to buy this gloves, buy the same size that you should use in another Astars Model, if you don't use it guide from the Sizing Chart.

Greetings
Nov 25, 2013
aaron f: I owned a large Cortech glove and now the large A* GP Tech glove, and they both fit me about the same, so I'd say it's true to size. They tend to be snug like protective gear should be, but I'm not experiencing any size issues. I'd say go with the size you usually wear and exchange if necessary or ask a retailer to order them so you don't have deal with shipping and try them in a store. Nov 21, 2013
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Kin L: I went with the size medium, I used have a pair of Dainese in size M as well, these fit smaller then my Dainese. Takes a bit of time to break in, hope this helps! Nov 21, 2013
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Brook M: You want to get size smaller compared to all the other A-stars gloves (if your using a XL now, you want a L with the GP's), as it states in the Video. Nov 21, 2013
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nathan r: They are true to size. They will feel tight at first but they break in well. If you buy a size too large, you will find that the palms will bunch May 12, 2014
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Dawin W asked: can anyone help, which one have a better ventilation? the A* Gp tech or Gp Pro? i live in tropic area where temperature easily hit 100+. May 11, 2014
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Allen C: Hey, I wear the Alpinestars GP-Techs right now and they have pretty good ventilation for track gloves. I wore my friends GP Plus gloves and honestly, ventilation is just about the same. The only differences I noticed was the GP-Techs seem to offer more protection in areas throughout the gloves and they're easy to put on and easy to take off. It is a very comfortable glove for being a track orientated glove. Obviously you'll be able to find better ventilated gloves for cheaper but if you're looking for track style gloves that offer great protection, look really cool, and have a decent good amount of ventilation, then you won't go wrong with the Alpinestars GP-Techs or GP-Plus. I recommend the GP-Techs because of how easy it is to slip on and off. GP-Plus I have to struggle fitting my hand and wrist in, and then pull hard just to take them off. Hope this helps. May 11, 2014
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nathan r: they both ventilate very well to be as protective as they are. If I were you, I would go ahead with the GP tech because of the better level of protection, especially on the palm slider. May 12, 2014
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Kevin B: Ventilation is good, im very happy with these gloves. They very slim fitting with great protection May 11, 2014
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Alexis Antonio L: I do no know!! But i think to much ventilation can freze your hands May 11, 2014
Trey E: I have both pair the Gp tech May 11, 2014
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Ron T asked: I wear an Astar GP Pro size medium, what size should i get for GP Tech? Apr 16, 2014
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nathan r: I would get the size that you typically wear. I wear a large and wear these in a large. When they were new, they were slightly tight, but they broke in nicely. If you get a size or two too large, the palms will bunch. May 12, 2014
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Omar B: The best way is to measure your hand with a tape measure. My palm at the widest was slightly under 3.5 and so I chose the medium . The tip of the fingers was still slightly long . But very little .
The large which I had chosen before was way too big .

One bit of advice , if you sweat a bit and you take them off it's damn near impossible to put them back on .

A pain to ride in the street with . Sorry for the extra words !
Apr 16, 2014
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Terry W: That will depend on how you want them to fit. In my opinion I think the GP Tech glove run just a little bigger than most of the other gloves. So if you want a very tight fit go with the small or if tgi want a some what loose fit go with the medium Apr 16, 2014
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Michael R: Hi Ron,
Go for the Medium in the GP Tech as well.
The finger length is the restricting factor, when you go one size down.
Hope this helps.
Michael
Apr 16, 2014
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Claudia A: I wear large in GP pro and tried xlarge in GP tech and it was too big so I would go 1 size smaller Apr 16, 2014
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Michael R asked: Hi,
My present gloves are Alpine GP Plus, size LG 10.
The measurement from my forefinger knuckle to pinkie knuckle is 3 4/8".
Should I choose to buy in the GP Tech a size LG 10 or MD 9 (based on Anthony's video, choose a size down)?

Thanks
Michael
Mar 28, 2014
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Matthew V: I have the GP Plus in size LG and bought MD in the GP Tech given the reviews that state to order a size smaller. The reviews are correct. The fit in the Medium on GP Tech is the same (for me) as the Large GP Plus.

These gloves are really comfortable and inspire confidence in the safety department.

Go for it!
Mar 28, 2014
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Bjorn A: My last gloves where Alpine SP1, size XL.
I currently have Alpine GP Tech, size LG and they fit like a....er......glove...!

Bjorn
Norway
Mar 28, 2014
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Peter K: If your issue is finger length DON'T order a size down. Mar 29, 2014
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A S asked: Would appreciate some information on sizing. Without breaking in, the GP Pro gloves size XL fits like a glove on my hands. I have heard different percentages of break in on the Pro & Tech. I would like to purchase the GP Tech, what size would you recommend I purchase taking into consideration the break in fit? Jan 11, 2015
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Terry W: Hi,

First off let me say that the GP Tech by far are the best gloves I have purchased! I purchased a pair of the Tech's for the 2014 racing season. I was racing in the Mid South mainly in humid / wet environments. When I purchased the gloves they fit really snug but not too tight. I like a glove that does not impede the grip on the bars. The gloved held up nicely & only slight wear is noticeable.
Jan 11, 2015
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Kevin B: Awesome gloves,been very happy with them Jan 11, 2015
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Mike W asked: I have purchased this glove in Medium but find that it's quite baggy in the palm area. Will this break in? or should I take advantage of the 30 day exchange for a size up? Oct 14, 2014
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Jeff S: I ended up returning them myself and getting something cheaper so I can't offer an opinion on these. I can say I have 2 current pairs of AS gloves and I have had no issues with them stretching too much. They fit my hands better than the other mfg's I have tried on so I will likely stick with them into the future when it comes time to replace them. Oct 19, 2014
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Allen C: if it doesn't feel snug I would definitely trade it in for a size small, I wear size small of these gloves and not only do they fit great but they do break in real nice. You may have bigger hands, but these gloves do break in well. Most comfortable track gloves I have worn so far yet. Oct 29, 2014
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Richard K asked: How does the palm hold up to palm sweat? My GP Air got rock hard after the first day of riding in them due to the hot/dry weather here, and there was nothing I could do to get it to go back to normal. I'm looking at these to replace the GP Air because of the fabric area that has ripped after normal use. Jul 26, 2015
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Alpinestars Glove Sizing

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.

MeasurementAlpha Size Numeric Size 
2 1/8" - 2 5/8" XS7
2 5/8" - 3 1/8" SM8
3 1/8" - 3 5/8" MD9
3 5/8" - 4 1/8" LG10
4 1/8" - 4 5/8"  XL11
4 5/8" - 5 1/8" 2XL12

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Alpinestars Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 915305 3556613-10-S/2612114189-9.5 Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / MD 915306 3556613-10-M/2612114189-10 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 915307 3556613-10-L/2612114189-10.5 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 915308 3556613-10-XL/2612114189-9 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 2XL 915309 3556613-10-2XL/2612114189-11.5 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 914382 3556613-10-3XL/2612114189-11 Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
White/Black / SM 915299 3556613-21-S/2612114299-5.5 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black / MD 914370 3556613-21-M/2612114299-6 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black / LG 914371 3556613-21-L/2612114299-6.5 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black / XL 915300 3556613-21-XL/2612114299-5 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black / 2XL 915301 3556613-21-2XL/2612114299-7.5 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Black / 3XL 915302 3556613-21-3XL/2612114299-7 Available: Expect 1-2 business days processing time prior to shipment
White/Red/Black / SM 914372 3556613-231-S/2612114189-6.5 Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
White/Red/Black / MD 914373 3556613-231-M/2612114189-7 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / LG 914374 3556613-231-L/2612114189-7.5 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / XL 914375 3556613-231-XL/2612114189-6 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / 2XL 914376 3556613-231-2XL/2612114189-8.5 Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
White/Red/Black / 3XL 914377 3556613-231-3XL/2612114189-8 Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black/Red/Fluo Yellow / SM 914378 3556613-136-S/2.61201E+12 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red/Fluo Yellow / MD 914379 3556613-136-M/2.61201E+12 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red/Fluo Yellow / LG 914380 3556613-136-L/2.61201E+12 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red/Fluo Yellow / XL 914381 3556613-136-XL/2.61201E+12 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Red/Fluo Yellow / 2XL 915303 3556613-136-2XL/2612114189-5.5 Available: Expect 3-4 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black/Red/Fluo Yellow / 3XL 915304 3556613-136-3XL/2612114189-5 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours