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The Alpinestars Long Range 2 Drystar Jacket pairs up perfectly with the Long Range 2 Pants as great all-season all-weather option. Zippered air intakes on the arms and front of the jacket and an exhaust vent on the rear help to keep you cool, while volume adjusters on both the lower and upper arms and the waist keep the jacket in place. The 4-in-1 system incorporates a removable Drystar® liner and a thermal liner to allow the user to configure the jacket to their own preference.
Accordion stretch panels on elbows and sides of the torso
Dual cursor front zipper
Removable CE certified Bio Armor elbow and shoulder protectors
Chest and back pad compartments with PE comfort padding (CE certified Bio Armor back protector insert available as accessory)
External foam padding on the shoulders
Integrated high visibility reflective stripes
Internal waist connection zipper for attachment to riding pants
This jacket is really amazing. If the weather is hot, you can remove both liners and you'll have a very light jacket. The airflow isn't great (this is not an air jacket) but is ok.
The looks is fantastic and apparently it offers good protection.
In terms of comfort, no complains except for the neck. It bothers me a little bit but nothing serious.
It is a perfect match for my Long Range 2 pants.
I definitely recommend this product.
October 23, 2013
Very good versatile jacket
I bought my jacket early spring this year and I wore it all season until now and I am not finished yet for this year. I rode more than 10 000 miles with it. I live north of Montreal (Quebec), therefore I have experienced all sorts of weather, from humid 90 degree to cold wet 40 degree. I am 6'3" - 185 pounds and I the XL fits me perfectly.
What I like less about the jacket is the sleeves that are not accepting my Alpine Stars Apex gloves inside the jacket, which is a problem in rainy conditions.
October 20, 2013
Just received this on Revzilla!
Wow!! As this was my first touring style of jacket and being longer and with heavier materials than most textile sport jackets, I was a little worried that overheating would be a problem. But I was wrong! My first ride with the jacket was this past Saturday and involved 10 hours and almost 700 kilometers! It was 26 celcius, so pretty warm when at a stop to fill up the tank. But as soon as I got back up to speed with the zips open, I cooled down immediately! This is just the Shell only keep in mind. Later that evening, as the temperature dropped, I pulled out the DryStar liner without the thermal liner, buttoned it in in no time and was back on my way home and warm! Great quality, features and design!!
Ride: 2012 Ninja 1000 ABS
June 26, 2012
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RevZilla:On a Sport Bike, the Alpinestars Long Range 2 Drystar Jacket will bunch up a bit in the front, but not so much that it will be unbearable. If you are looking for a more streamlined fit, then the REV'IT! Excalibur Jacket or the Olympia Nomad Jacket are good options.Mar 25, 2013
I have troubles figuring out how to zip the cuffs in the full configuration. I can zip the thermal layer to the outer shell, i can also zip the waterproof layer to the shell and in this case the thermal is floating and scratching around. In the other scenario when i zip the shell to the thermal layer and having the waterproof in it... how it is supposed to be zipped? Currently the best config it seems that outer shell zipped to thermal and the waterproof free floating inside... which obviously would lead into nasty leaks when the time comes. It's not well thought at all. Please help me find the best way to put it together. I would imagine the best way would be that all three layers could zip together at the cuff but i can't figure a way to do that. Any advice is really welcome. Thanks.Oct 17, 2014