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Alpinestars Motegi Race Suit
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Alpinestars Motegi One Piece Leather Racesuit

Paying homage to Japan’s twin ring circuit, the Alpinestar 1-Piece Motegi Leather Suit excels on and off the track with a durable and abrasion resistant full-grain leather construction, Aramidic stretch panels and a mesh liner providing exceptional comfort on longer rides. Advanced CE-certified protectors on the elbows, shoulders and knees offer unsurpassed impact protection.


  • Constructed with premium 1.3mm full-grain leather
  • Multiple-stitched main seam construction for maximum tear resistance
  • High-density perforations on front panels
  • Extended, reinforced Aramidic fiber stretch panels on the sides of the torso, arms, crotch and back of the knees
  • Alpinestar's exclusively profiled aerodynamic and ventilated back hump
  • Removable, CE certified GP protectors in the elbows and shoulders feature injection molded shells and dual density foam padding
  • Alpinestars CE approved GP-R knee/shin protectors feature a floating construction for precise fit
  • TPR shoulder reinforcement
  • Integrated PE foam padding on the chest, hips, coccyx, upper arms and sides of the torso
  • Snap connection system to integrate CE level 2 certified Bionic Race Back Protector
  • Premium YKK fasteners used throughout the garment including flat profile YKK® Semi Auto Lock wrist zippers
  • Replaceable Alpinestars PU Sport knee sliders
  • Removable, washable mesh liner with built -in stretch inserts

Men's Suit Sizing

Euro USA Alpha US Pant Size Chest (cm) Waist (cm) Hip (cm) Thigh (cm) Inseam (cm) Arm (cm) Height (cm)
42 32 2XS 26 82-86 68-72 83-87 50-51 73-74 51-52 159-163
44 34 2XS-XS 28 86-90 72-76 87-91 52-53 75-76 53-54 164-167
46 36 XS-SM 30 90-94 76-80 91-95 54-55 77-78 55-56 168-171
48 38 SM-MD 32 94-98 80-84 95-99 56-57 79-80 57-58 172-175
50 40 MD 34 98-102 84-88 99-103 58-59 81-82 59-60 176-179
52 42 LG 36 102-106 88-92 103-107 60-61 83-84 61-62 180-183
54 44 XL 38 106-110 92-96 107-111 62-63 85-86 63-64 184-187
56 46 XL-2XL 40 110-114 96-100 111-115 64-65 87-88 65-66 188-191
58 48 2XL 42 114-118 100-104 115-119 66-67 89-90 67-68 192-195
60 50 3XL 44 118-122 104-108 119-123 68-69 89-90 67-68 192-195
62 52 3XL-4XL 46 122-126 108-112 123-127 70-71 91-92 69-70 196-199
64 54 4XL 48 126-130 112-116 127-131 72-73 91-92 69-70 196-199

Note: Alpinestars sizes displayed on our website are in Euro sizing, use the chart above to convert your standard US size to Euro. 

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

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Alpinestars Motegi Race Suit 4.8 5 19 19
Good fit Good fit and very comfortable, I'm 6'2" and a little on the bigger athletic side, I bought a US size 50, no issues putting on and it is snug like a suit should be, no leather bunching up in any area at all. My first track day with it felt good, and didn't require to much break in to move around on the bike. August 3, 2015
Good product for the money I'm 6 foot 190. I went with a EURO 54 as I was unable to even squeeze into a 52. Legs fit good, butt is baggy and shoulders and arms are a little tight, but they should loosen up after a few track days. Ingress is easy, but I need assistance to remove the suit. Revzilla is super easy to work with on returns and overall it has been one of the best online purchases I have ever made. July 19, 2015
Great first race suit! This is my first race suit purchase, and I am really pleased with it. I got a size smaller so that I could break it in and stretch it. After a few wears, I can already feel it stretching. Good buy! March 23, 2015
Great Suit! Great suit, sizing is a bit size better to go at least one size up. Very clean and well built, really like the styling features and one of the best looking suits for the price. December 22, 2014
big guys beware they run a tad small! my first race suit. I'm a big guy at 6'3 250lbs and built so its really hard finding a suit that fits…especially if you guys have big arms and calves this suit is gonna be a pain to get on and off lol i ordered a size 62…it fits well and theres a lot of extra fabric in the midsection as if A stars projected a guy with a beer belly to wear this …and good luck getting it off once your hot and sweaty lol underarmour or water wicking base material is very recommended…if you wear any under protection like back or chest protectors go a size up…overall though it moves air quite nicely and is super comfortable in the 3/4 or tuck position…just do your research on sizing and i would definitely recommend this product July 25, 2014
Nice suit It's a pretty nice suit! I did my first track day in it on 6/14/14 and it was snug...I only assume it will be less restricting the longer I have it and can break it in, especially in the tuck position. I didn't fall so as far as protection I can't give you a good answer, but there is plenty of padding in the right spots and alpinestars makes a quality product for a good price! I would definitely recommend this suit to anyone who does track days. As far as using this on the street I'd stick to a two piece suit. June 26, 2014
Molds well to body during use Mine may end up being a bit too large because I didn't expect it to mold itself SO well during use. Take my review as information, not comparison since it's my first suit, but I'm very pleased with my purchase as I'm confident all newbies will be. I'm a big guy, so the sleeves and legs are a bit long, but it still feels good on the bike. Not bulky or flappy. Very happy with it! June 2, 2014
Great Suit I bought this suit with a little apprehension because it wouldn't technically fit me according to the size chart. I'm 5'5", 168lb, 33" waist, and 40" chest. Size 50 was the closest to me, but it would be long. Well when I got it and tried it on, it fit like a glove. I was very happy with the fit. A little tight at first, but after two track days now, I can slip in and out of it no problem. It's quite comfortable, flows a decent amout of air, and when coupled with the A* chest and back protectors, I felt very protected. May 20, 2014
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Alpinestars Motegi Race Suit
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Joe P: Good value for the money great track day suit Nov 25, 2015
Whitney B: I wish I had gotten a size larger!! Nov 11, 2015
Stephen H: I needed a suit to get on the track, and this one fit the bill. Would highly recommend. May 3, 2015
Matthew D: Decided to do a track day and needed a race suit May 2, 2015
Joseph G: Needed to buy a suit for the track and this one fit the bill Feb 23, 2015
Thomas K: Affordable and would appear to meet my needs. Feb 3, 2015
Thomas K: 1) New to trackdays 2) great reviews on this item 3) positioned well (while I knew I was not buying pro-level gear, I also was not made to feel I was buying 'training-wheels' that would only be discarded later, and 4) recommended by Hubert at Revzilla. Jan 29, 2015
A B: Not the most expensive or highest level of racing protection but at half the price or less this suit is a sound choice for protection, style and features. Beautifully made, lots of venting for Florida and great looking. Can't wait for my first race day in it. Dec 6, 2014
M E: The design and the price matched what i wanted to spend and the design for track days and normal road use. Nov 5, 2014
James M: A very good suit. Oct 4, 2014
Travis S: Mid level racer or track day suit. Not too expensive, great style and comfort May 26, 2014
Jon M: Good reviews. Love the product so far. Fit to size using Revzilla chart sizes. 5'9" 170LB and ordered the 52 eu, 42 us. May 20, 2014
Dan D: Every experience I've had with A-stars gear has been great. It's also not easy to find gear larger than 50/60 and the price was pretty fair. Revzilla's return policy is amazing. It will only cost me like $8 to return if this doesn't fit me. May 16, 2014
Joshua F: Good reviews, affordable price Apr 28, 2014
A R: Price was reasonable. Had a good set of features and protection. Like the color options and available sizing options. Mar 20, 2014
T E: track days Jan 24, 2014
Colin A: Whole lotta suit for $800! Seems like a good option for hot weather riding. Cant wait ti put it to the test and take my riding to the next level.
The guys at Revzilla have really got you covered if you need any advice on any product.
Nov 28, 2013
Valney T: Good quality for the price! Nov 22, 2013
A S asked: Hi.
For the alpinestars table I have a 52.
I have a backprotector Dainese wave air 12. It is good for this suit? The size will be the same?
Thank you!
May 19, 2014
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Travis S: i dont know much about the Dianese back protectors. I use an Alpinestars back protector that wraps around my midsection, meaning it doesnt attach to my suit. I have plenty of room and it is comfortable to wear. Other suits i have worn , it was un comfortable to wear the back protector May 23, 2014
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A S: Which back protector do you use? Thank you!!! May 20, 2014
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Travis S: I think the scale is very accurate. I know that my suit fits me a little bit larger than any other suit of the same size. I also use a back protector and i have plenty of room. I would rather the suit be a little big so that i can comfortable. hopefully this helps May 20, 2014
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Luis G asked: Im a little confused here, My height is 5'9'' and my weight 160lb with pretty normal build. It came out that im a size EUR48 according to Alpinestar size chart. once I had the suit on, I could BARELY move, (very hard to sit and put my boots by my self ). I read here that this is the right perfect for me. Is that normal for a new suit??? should i wait to loosen up?? or go for a bigger size?? I will aprecciate your help Sep 3, 2014
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Stephen S: I had trouble getting it on at first and needed help getting it off, but it has stretched some and my technique is better. I also have an underarmor that helps. Sep 3, 2014
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arnold c: I ordered the same race suit and had the same problem that you did. The 48 was too tight and the 50 will be too big. This may be how the suit just fits. What I ended up doing is ordering the Atem suit in the 48. I think this would fit better on you. You end up spending about $400 more but at least you'll be able to take it off and on. I'm shorter than you and there is still room for a taller person. I'm 5"5' and 145. I think you'll be happy with the Atem. I ended up ordering 3 different alpine suits but finally decided on the Atem size 48 euro.
hope this helps you!
Sep 3, 2014
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Blake A: The leather will stretch. I remember keeping mine completely unzipped while gearing up for mobility and feeling like a loaded spring on my bike. It eventually did stretch and feels snug now and improved mobility. I also wear a back protector and did not account for it when sizing with the chart. You can go a size up but you don't want it to be too loose. Sep 3, 2014
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Stephen S: This was my first full suit. It was very very tight the first time or two I wore it. I put it on a few times at home (watching MOTOGP) and it stretched enough to be snug but comfortable. BTW - it is hard to put boots on with the suit completely zipped up. Sep 3, 2014
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Luis G: Thanks for your answer Stephen, i cant put the suit on by my self, very had! is that also normal being a new suit? Sep 3, 2014
Allan M: Luke my suit was very tight at first. It stretched after I put some miles on it. It feels fine now. I still put my boots on just after getting my legs in the suit, then I finish putting the suit on. Hope this helps. Sep 3, 2014
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Luis G: Did you need help to put the suit on?? because Is almost impossible for me to do it by my self! Sep 3, 2014
Allan M: Sorry I called you Luke earlier! I get my legs is first then get both arms in and pull it on. The first few times it was tight and clostriphobic. Hard as he'll to get out of as well. It will stretch and get comfortable. I found it really tight in the chest. I also got an alpine stars base layer made it easier to slip in and out of. I found it really hard to use without base layer. I thought about getting a larger suit but when the base layer came it worked great. Sep 3, 2014
Luis G: Thanks Allan. Im going to keep this suit then, and will try to get a base layer. Thanks for your help! I will comment my experiences later. Sep 3, 2014
henry f p: U could go a size bigger..iam a size 52 6'1" 227.. my shoulders are tight but feel good when i am on the track..I took the liner outnew usally is tight..mine streched out some and are more comfortalbl Sep 3, 2014
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Allan M: Hey I forgot to mention that I had to get a family member to help me get in and out of the suit for the first few rides. Been to the track a few times now and the suit goes on and comes off pretty easy. I always do up my boots before zipping up the suit. I wouldn't get anywhere near outing the boots on last. This was also my first suit. Sep 3, 2014
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"" ": I'm about your height but weigh around 170 lbs and I have size 50. It's a bit tight but not so I cant move. The suit will stretch but if you can barely move now I would suggest you at least try on a large size. It should be tight but I think a size 50 will be tight enough on you anyway. Sep 3, 2014
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Caleb C asked: Hey guys,

I'm concerned about the size. My pant size is a 29" waist, 30" length (inseam). Arm is 22". Thigh is 20". My chest is 38" And my height is 5'9" (I have short legs, a long neck, and skinny frame). So, from what I can tell from reviewing the Alpinestars size chart, I need to order a size 46, but I only see the option for 48. Is that because the size is out of stock, or they just don't go that small for this product? It looks like I might be able to pull off a 48, but I'm worried about the legs being too long.

Any suggestions? Thanks so much for your feedback.

Feb 7, 2014
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ROGERIO F: The smallest size is 48 - I just checked in the Alpinestars website. These suits are projected for tall and fit guys, but can fit little overweight guys (like me...kkk)...Our height is almost the same - I am 5'10". We are in the under limit for the suit. You may have a small problem with the legs and arms lenght but there are a bunch of specialized people that works with race suits ajustments that can help you. If you feel the suit a little big, you have to ajust it because the protections must have in the right place (knees, chest, etc) in order to protect you. So, adjust the suit is no big deal and I am sure that you can google that in your area and you will find specialized professionals that work with it.
I hope that helps you ! Take care ! Ride safe !
Feb 18, 2014
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Jon T: I would say the size may be out but I would call to confirm. The great thing about this outfit is how it conforms to our body shape, plus with racing boots, the suit is a little forgiving with size. Enjoy. Stay safe Feb 19, 2014
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Jason C: Call them always if u have a question. Real cool guys. Yeah they make a 46. Just call. Get that suit one size bigger than u r jacket size. That's the way a stars does it. Hope this helps. Feb 18, 2014
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Caleb C: Hey thanks Jon. I appreciate the response brother. I ended up contacting support and they were great with reassuring me on the correct size. I went with the 48.

Feb 21, 2014
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Caleb C: Thanks Jason. I completely agree. I've been messaging with the RevZ guys. They're always helpful. Thanks for taking the time to respond.

Feb 19, 2014
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Caleb C: Thanks man. I totally appreciate you taking the time. I'm going to give the 48 a shot and see if it works out. Feb 19, 2014
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Andrew W: There are two size charts make sure you look at the American one Feb 18, 2014
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Caleb C: Thanks Andrew. I appreciate it man.

Feb 19, 2014
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Jean-Christophe A asked: Does the suit have any pockets for ID/Credit cards? Feb 4, 2015
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George N: Yes. There are 2 pockets that are in the liner of the suit, located on each side of the chest (same location as you would find on the inside of a suit jacket). A piece of velcro at the top of the pocket keeps it closed. I can easily fit my iPhone 6 in one pocket and my thin card holder in the other (both pockets appear to be the same size) (and no, I don't keep my cell phone on me when I'm on track). The pockets are easy to access once you unzip the suit about 1/3 of the way down. Feb 5, 2015
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Randall M: Yes. There is a small pocket in the removable mesh liner with a velcro closure. I have a copy of my id and medical info in a ziplock bag that lives there. It would not be very convenient for a phone or wallet. Feb 5, 2015
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Bernardo A: I haven't found any. I just use the internal chest protector pockets to put my cards and phone. They don't have a zip though, just some velcro. Feb 4, 2015
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John M: Great suit for the money and made for the track not the street - no pockets... Feb 4, 2015
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ROGERIO F: Yes, pockets in both sides - right in front of your chest. Feb 6, 2015
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A shopper asked: ?
I haven't bought or even tried on a racing suit yet, but I'm trying to figure out what would be closest for me in Alpinestars sizing. I'm 6'3" 190lbs and wear 34x34 pants, so it's a struggle finding clothes for the slim & lanky build. Thanks in advance!
Sep 6, 2013
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Jason C: I am 6'1" and a lean but big ass'ed n thighed 205. i got the 46/56 suit in wht/blk. it fits me a little snug but im still breaking it in......but at 190 it should fit u perfect......if it doesn't Revzilla has a great return policy to exchange it.....Good luck and the suit is badd ass, my first Trackday was so much better with this suit!!, Jason Sep 6, 2013
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Mark S: im 5'11 and 175, wear 33-34 waist. I went by exactly what the chart suggested and i think the chart is pretty spot on. A suit which is too loose is worthless as a suit that you can't even get into. The only safe way to do this the first try is to just go to a motorcycle shop and try some on, you'll learn a lot. these things DONT feel as though they fit when you first try them. But they need to be tight. There's a reason GP racers look hunched over in these suits, they are literally too small to stand up straight in. Sep 6, 2013
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Jon T: The best way to find your proper fit is to have a family member take each measurement from the website and use the conversion chart. I recently purchased a race suit for track time and LOVE my suit. After converting the measurements, my suit fits perfect!! Sep 9, 2013
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Raymond L: I think a 56 would fit you, I bought the 56 And I'm 6' and my pants size is 32x32 and I weigh 180 it's a little big for me around the Waist but a 54 was to small I wouldn't go bigger then 56. Hope that helps Sep 7, 2013
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Bjorn A: I am 6,1" and 180lbs and bought a size 54 that fits nice. So I can't advice on the exact size other than you have to go bigger than 54 :-) Sep 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: I love the look of this track suit (blk/yellow), Unfortunately I am a woman. Alpinestar only makes one suit for women and it has NO color. Does anyone know how comfortable this suit would fit a 5'8 140lb woman?? May 28, 2014
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Eric E: I can't say for sure, but your best bet is to look at the measurements in the size chart and see where you stand. My take is that these suits run 1 size small, so for example I bought a 54 (44 US) but I normally wear a 42 US suit coat. The fit is very snug. I suspect you'll find that the smallest sizes may work fine. It's also on the short side, so the length will probably not be a problem.

I can also say that the crotch is pretty tight, and it has this flexible kevlar material (not leather), so that should be ok. The chest area is pretty tight. I think Revzilla has a great return policy, so you can try it and see.

Last thing I'd say is that the quality is fantastic at this price point. Much better than similar suits as similar prices. I ride it almost daily (commute), and the suit is holding up fantastically after about 1 yr. Like a second skin for me.
Jun 24, 2014
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Jason C: Just refer to the alpinestar sizing chart and depending on your bra size just choose the right suit. It's an Awesome suit. I was at Thunder hill this weekend. It was about 96°and my My Motegi suit kept me cool as a cucumber. Good luck. Jun 24, 2014
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Jason C: Just refer to the alpinestar sizing chart and depending on your bra size just choose the right suit. It's an Awesome suit. I was at Thunder hill this weekend. It was about 96°and my My Motegi suit kept me cool as a cucumber. Good luck. Jun 24, 2014
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ROGERIO F: I personally believe that it will not fit you. The woman suit has a special shape, mainly because of the hips and breasts. Obviously you will fit in this male suit, but as a woman you probably won´t like how it will dress your body. Jun 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: For the Alpinestars table, my size is 52.
I have a Dainese Wave Air 12 back-protector. Is it good for this suit?
The size can change with not an Alpinestars back protector?
Thank you!
May 19, 2014
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ROGERIO F: The AlpineStars back-protector is smaller and has the same efficience, but I know your back protector and It should not be a problem as long as your suit is not too tight in your belly region. Hope it helps. May 21, 2014
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Ahmad S: It is better to put the Alpinestars bionic race protector, cause there is a level clip on for height adjustment at the rear of your suit. This makes it more comfortable riding so as. Ot to interfere with the back of your helmet May 25, 2014
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Jason C: No the size will stay the same. Your back protector will fit fine. I love my suit. It's preformed very well, and is very cool, in hot weather. You will be very happy with this suit! Good luck, ride safe. May 19, 2014
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Alvaro D: Maybe you should buy an upper size. EUR 54. Jun 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would you recommend this suit for the autobhan in Germany? Dec 14, 2013
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Joshua B: Sweaty as would any leather suit be if just sitting still on a hot day, but once you get even a modicum of speed going, it is incredibly comfortable. My only recommendation is to get a different liner, but the provided mesh liner comes with the shoulder and hip padding sewn in and the mesh tends to get caught and ripped on the velcro bits. It's also a pain to slip sweaty limbs through as it bunches just after the elbows and knees, so it takes careful work to keep from ripping again. Feb 7, 2014
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ROGERIO F: Yes, I use my motegi race suit for race ways. It has all the important safety features we need for a race ridding. Of course, do not forget the gloves, helmet, boots and the back protection. I would say it is at least what you need to ride a sport bike in the street or race tracks. Dec 18, 2013
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"" ": I actually used this suit on the autobahn in Germany this fall. It's a great suit with great ventilation and it fits me perfectly. It doesn't have that hardcore race preshape, which makes it more comfortable for longer rides.

Dec 14, 2013
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Jon T: Definitely! It provides good air but works very well in chillier weather as well. I love my suit for long rides and for track days Dec 14, 2013
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A S asked: Thought I should ask this as question as may not be seen... is there space beneath the sliders to wear motocross boots with these? Thanks. Dec 25, 2014
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Allan M: There is a bit of room between my street boots and sliders. My dirt bike boots a just a bit taller than my racing boots. I think it would be a tight fit Dec 28, 2014
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henry f p: I put my suit inside my boots Dec 26, 2014
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David H: Yes Dec 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would this suit work on a Supermoto? Concerned it may be a little too pre molded in a race position... Also could I wear motocross boots with it? I'm think I will be a size 52 as I am a slim to normal 6ft with 42* chest, is the right? Dec 24, 2014
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Jason C: Yes no problem. The suit will work great for Super moto. Just remember to add for any back, or chest protection when sizing the suit. It's a great suit. Fits great and looks sharp in photos. Better it be a little big than small. GoI'd luck. Dec 24, 2014
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Jon T: The boots would be just fine for the boots but not meant for motocross. This suit is very molded for sportbike track. It is stiff to protect the rider and is top of the line! I love mine. Dec 25, 2014
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A S: Cool!!... Can you wear motocross boots with it? Dec 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: I like this suit but do you think it would be I ok on a supermoto? I was worried the suit may slightly too pre-molded in a race postion to work. And could I wear it with motocross boots? I'm a slim to normal 6ft with a 42" chest so I think I need a 52 suit, is that correct? Thanks guys! Dec 24, 2014
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Don W: I am 6'3" 205 lbs, I boughy a size 58 Motegi suit, I did all the measurements , Gave it to my guy a Revzilla, He said get a 58, I went with a 56...Wrong, I returned it, The 58 was perfect ! Give your guy at Revzilla your info and go with what he tells you. Also buy the Alpinstars Undersuit one piece, For an extra $139.00 its the best move you can make. I raced in Utah at the Bonneville Salt flats in August, I had to stay in my suit in the staging area for 3 hours. That undersuit made it Perfect, And for taking off an putting on your Motegi suit, The undersuit makes it easy ! Also the Motegi doesnt fit me in any leaned in race position.Its almost straight up. I Love mine, And Revzilla cant be beat for customer service. Good Luck Dec 30, 2014
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craig d: Hey 'Shopper'
I bought the same suit a while back in a size 52. I ended up sending it back for a 54. Looks like you and I are about the same dimensions - im 6'0" and normal build. I found with the smaller size the suit would give me super bad pain in the knees - kinda like it was pulling my skin off!! The regular advice is "if it zips, it fits", but I am glad I went up a size. The 54 fits like a glove.
As for the pre-mold... its not that aggressive. It is certainly noticeable in the arms, but apart from that area it is relatively relaxed. Having said that, hopefully someone else can comment because I solely ride a super sport bike when wearing the suit.
Hope this advice finds you in time. Happy shopping!
Jan 1, 2015
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Guido R: Not sure about measures, but the suit is extremely comfortable and I believe it is perfect on a supermoto. The pre-shape is not that heavy. Concerning motocross boots, no problem with them! Dec 31, 2014
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A shopper asked: Im buying my first race suit and i really want it to fit correctly. I keep hearing that I should not be able to stand up straight...is this true? May 25, 2014
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Dan D: My understanding is that this is not the case any more. Also, in a video review of the Alpinestar suit the reviewer stated that the Alpinestar Motegi is a less aggressive suit and as such is more comfortable than many race suits when off of the bike. That's my 50 cents of knowledge... May 25, 2014
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Jacob M: You'll find that if a suit fits "correctly", than yes, you should NOT be able to stand up correctly. Now this doesn't mean that you need to find a suit that forces you to walk like a hunch back, and yes, there are "Less Aggressive" suits available which will reduce this "bent over" feeling, but at the end of the day, it should be restrictive. I almost need help getting mine over my shoulders, but that's just the nature of the beast.

Think of it this way - Do you ride your motorcycle standing up? Suit manufacturers design these things to be as effective as possible in the environment that they're intended to be in, which when you get right down to it, is the race position, or "race tuck" on the bike. Look at Rossi or any other big name rider - They all walk slightly bent over around the pits and what not, but then get on the bike and everything looks just like it's supposed to.

I just bought my first suit and ordered a size 54 (I'm 6'1", 170lbs) which when I got and tried on, was convinced was too small. I actually ended up going to the Revzilla store in Philly and one of the associates there told me without even seeing it on, that a 54 was way too BIG actually - Ended up with a size 52 which now feels like a glove. Its just a feeling you'll get used to. And like shoes or any other article of clothing - Different brands fit differently. I started with a 54 AStars Motegi and ended up with a 52 Dianese Laguna Seca Evo. Totally worth it now having tried them both on.
May 29, 2014
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Alvaro D: True. Jun 11, 2014
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Can O asked: Hi. My sizes are Height 5' 11", chest 42,5", waist 40", hip 42,5", thigh25,5", in seam 34", arm 25" (without clothes). Astars table results 56 for me but I wear 54 Daines super speed tex. I have waist and thigh problem. Is 54 small for me? Shoudl I go for 56? Feb 7, 2015
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Don W: I think it might be small for you, Im 6'3" 210 lbs. I bought a 58 Motegi,, Its perfect !
Lets start with this , Did you give your measurments to the guy at RevZilla ? I did and he sugested 58, I thought it would be too big,And bought 56,, WRONG, They sell a lot of suits go with the one they say ! That way you dont go through the whole return process (Which works very well by the way) . But bottom line is trust what they say to get, If it doesnt fit, Return it, All you pay is shipping !
And what ever you do , Get the undersuit, I bought the Alpinestar Undersuit for $120.00 It is the best money I ever spent ! I raced my bike at the Bonneville salt flats in August, It made putting on and taking off my suit in hot sweaty weather a snap ! Spend the extra $$! By the way , I worked with Phil at Revzilla, Great guy knew everything I needed...
Good Luck I hope your experience with this suit goes as well as mine did, I was 100% satisfied with my service and my Alpinestar Motegi Suit . Don, Whittier, Ca.
Feb 7, 2015
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Allan M: i went with a suit size that fit my largest measurments. It was a bit too long in the legs for my in seam measurement but at least my chest got in the suit. It was very tight at first, but once it streched it fits perfect. I would go with what the alpine stars chart states. It was a good fit for me. Hope this helps. I love my suit. Feb 7, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hi there,

Please can you confirm washing instructions for the leather on the exterior?

Many thanks,
Aug 9, 2014
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Randall M: As you probably noticed, the lining comes out and can be machine washed. I take my suits to a place like Don's Leather in Minneapolis (google them) every couple of seasons and they come back almost new. Aug 12, 2014
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Jon T: I use a very light leather cleaner and non abrasive brush to remove the small splatter bug brains we squire at 170mph! Aug 12, 2014
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Ryan T asked: I am a relatively small person.. 5'7 and 130 pounds..im short and skinny but have long arms and legs . i need help with sizing!! i was thinking a 48. but i tried a 48 in a speed and strength and it was huge on me. So can someone tell me if alpine stars run big or small and what size i should get for my weight and height? thanks Apr 26, 2015
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Allan M: I am a bit of a larger fellow at 6 foot and 225 lbs. I had some one measure me. I used the largest measurment compared to the alpinestars size chart. For me it was my chest measurement. The suit fit fine everywhere but was a bit tight in the chest and shoulders. After riding did a few hundred kilometres the suit stretched and feels great. Go by the sizing chart, it worked for me.
Apr 26, 2015
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A shopper asked: I love the look of this suit(blk/yellow) and have heard nothing but great reviews, but I am a girl. Alpinestar only makes one suit for women and it has no color in it, therefor I have been looking at the mens racesuits. Does anyone have any experience on how this suit may fit a 5'8" 140lb woman? May 28, 2014
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Alvaro D: Hi, I wont recommend the suit for a women, because fitment issues that could appear on chest and hip area.

The women suit will fit better for you.
Jun 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Looking for first suit. What size would you recommend for 5'5" and 180? Dec 28, 2013
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Joshua B: I had the wife tape me in all the right places and chose based on that. I recommend looking at the size guide and having the same done for yourself. Feb 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this suit work with the Alpinestars Bionic Race Back Protector? If not, which back protector? Mar 23, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, the Alpinestars Motegi Race Suit will accept a Bionic Race Back Protector. Mar 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: How is this suit different from the sp1? Mar 9, 2013
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RevZilla: The Motegi Suit has slightly more perforation, a larger speed hump with a newer ventilation system integrated into the speed hump, and the Motegi has more stretch panels in the suit. The shoulder blade area has large accordion panels as well, so overall we find that the Motegi is slightly more comfortable to wear provided that it fits properly. The Motegi has mesh in the back of the calf area too, which helps keep your lower legs cool and to expel hot air out that is coming up from your feet. The armor inside the two suits is the same, and both will work with the CE Level 2 back protector. One final note would be that the SP-1 is slightly more fitted in the torso area than the Motegi. Mar 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Am I the only one who is a bit disappointed cause the colored stripes that are glued to the suit get off very quickly? I wore the suit 5 times, no rain and no crashes and already lost two of the stripes in the back. Also others are solowly getting off too. Did this happen to anybody else? What o you suggest to do about it? Aug 14, 2015
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Islam N asked: hey, I do have the following sizes from Alpinestars: In leather jackets 54 & in leather pants 50, glove size: XL
and the readings according to alpinestars chart: A=104-106cm, B=88-90cm, C 96-100 cm, legs: 83-84cm, Thighs: 54, arm: 60-61cm,
overall hight: 178 cm,
which size would fit me the most in Alpinestars Motegi 2 PC Race Suit? or is it better to get the jacket and the pants separately?
Jan 2, 2015
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