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Designed specifically for an optimized female fit, the Alpinestars Stella Andes Jacket is versatile with 100% waterproofing and great levels of breathability. Utilizing Alpinestars exclusive DRYSTAR textile, the technically advanced construction of this jacket offers protection and abrasion resistance and is adaptable to all weather conditions.
Advanced reinforced poly-fabric textile and Alpinestars exclusive DRYSTAR waterproof and breathable construction for excellent all-weather performance
Zippered shoulder air intakes and back exhaust vents for internal climate control and enhanced riding comfort
Impact protection provided by removable CE-certified Bio-Armor elbow and shoulder protectors
Chest and back pad compartments with poly-foam padding (CE-certified Bio-Armor back protector insert available as accessory)
Alpinestars Bionic Air and Nucleon Kr-2i Back protectors available as upgrades
SM fits XS-LG
MD fits XL-2XL
Reinforced polymer-printed texturing in critical elbow and lower arm areas for added abrasion resistance
Integrated reflective graphic details and logos improve rider visibility in varying light conditions
Upper chest zippered hand pockets and large front waterproof cargo pockets
Large, external, utility pocket on lower back of jacket plus waterproof internal pockets and insert wallet pocket
Integrated soft edge collar construction for comfort over long distances
Premium YKK zipper with double sliders for main front closure offer adaptable and secure convenience
Non-aggressive micro-VELCRO® brand closures used throughout the garment.
Optimized for use with the Andes DRYSTAR Pants with internal waist connection zipper
Removable long-sleeve thermal liner ensures jacket comfort on hot or cold days
Pre-contoured sleeves with stretch panels on elbows for improved riding performance
Upper sleeve volume adjustment and waist adjustment belt for highly customizable fit
I got this jacket for Christmas as a gift. It was an excellent purchase by my husband. Good protection and good jacket for a cold condition riding. I highly recommend this jacket. My height is 5'4 and weight 110 lbs and it size small fits good with layers underneath. And it fits good on the shoulders and can easily maneuver your bike without a problem.
December 29, 2014
Excellent for small riders
I am 5'2" tall and around 110 lbs, making finding a bike, and gear, tough outside of the 'youth' categories.
The shallow truth...it's really pretty and quite cute. The grey/black combo is wonderful! I love the contemporary styling and remarkably feminine fit to the jacket (and matching pants). If I didn't look like a girl, I wouldn't have kept them.
The jacket is a bit long for my teeny build, but the ability to unzip the jacket from the bottom fixes this problem nicely. Nice features overall I especially like the non-aggresive velcro and a zillion pockets. The armor location and contouring made it virtually disappear while riding. I did not opt for the back protection armor that could be ordered separately because I usually have on a backpack.
For colder weather, 25-35 degrees, I could fit a hoodie underneath the jacket with the liner attached. I was never even a little bit chilly on my 45 minute, highway speed commute. With the liner out and no hoodie, normal spring/summer, the jacket still feels like a good fit and has good ventilation. It gets a bit toasty near 90 when not moving, but that is to be expected.
I also purchased the matching pants, the pants are a little tight getting over my hips, with the liner in and jeans on, but otherwise are wonderful as well. Other reviewers mentioned one size larger on the pant size, but the next size up was just too large to be comfortable.
I have driven through 65mph wind gusts, driving rain, and one hail storm. The gear performed admirably, leaving me both dry and warm, on the bike as well as waiting on the side of the road for the hail to stop :P
1982 Honda Nighthawk 650
June 27, 2014
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Dave M: Xmas present for the little lady. Bought together with the Stella Andes pants as an "ensemble". :-)Nov 16, 2014
A S asked:hi, i want to buy this jacket for my girlfriend, we are doing medium distance touring in the weekends and 1-2 week long ride once a year. we are riding in temperatures above 15 degrees Celsius usually. with thermal linear removed, do you think it would be very hot for her? we do like this jacket and hope it is not a winter/very cold weather jacket.. another solution would be the Stella gunner WP, but i don t see any review.. what do you think?Mar 10, 2015
Dennis E:A S, My wife loves the jacket. It looks and fits good. She tends to get cold, and we live in a warm climate. The coldest it gets is 40F. She always wears the liner, a sweater, and a shirt during the winter. It's too hot in the summer when it gets to 90F, so she has a summer jacket. I'm guessing 15C is about 60F, so I don't think anyone would be cold with this jacket.Mar 10, 2015
Allison F:As the driver - long as I'm moving I'm fine until around 25C. As the passenger, then it can be a bit toasty because my hubby blocks most of the wind. I don't have a summer jacket for riding, just this one and have been happy so far. Summer riding for me is all vents open (pants and jacket), summer weight t-shirt/shorts, no liners and full face helmet.Mar 22, 2015
A S:hi, i want to buy this jacket for my girlfriend, we are doing medium distance touring in the weekends and 1-2 week long ride once a year. we are riding in temperatures above 15 degrees Celsius usually. with thermal linear removed, do you think it would be very hot for her? we do like this jacket and hope it is not a winter/very cold weather jacket.. another solution would be the Stella gunner WP, but i don t see any review.. what do you think?Mar 10, 2015