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Designed to offer impact protection without being intrusive, Alpinestars Comp Pro Shorts delivers performance in safety and comfort for action sports, including Off-Road riding, Skiing and MTB Downhill.
Stretch mesh construction
Strategically placed foam padding
Please Note: The style on the Alpinestars Comp Pro Short has changed to exclude the front fly opening.
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James B: Low profile, soft tailbone pad better for cruiser seating position, good price.Feb 17, 2015
C W: Wanted just a little padding for trail riding and snowboarding. These shorts are perfect. Very comfortable too.Jun 11, 2014
Ramy H: These shorts work great! Wont protect from impact but for road rash it will help!!Apr 30, 2014
Gregory T: I chose to buy these undershorts because I thought they were a good alternative to buying motorcycle specific jeans or overpants. The price was right and the brand is proven. The padding isn't too thick that your regular jeans won't fit normally (no weird bulges with jeans on either) but seem to be thick enough to provide some level of protection.Feb 20, 2014
Jin P: solid coverage of thigh area, low profile, can be worn under normal clothes,, great priceFeb 10, 2014
Jack J: Heard good things about these shorts, thought I would give them a try.Aug 22, 2013
Kyle S asked:Will this offer any in the way of slide protection? I'd like some protection for cruising around town (under 50mph, mostly) but that would be useless if the foam pads tear apart upon sliding. They look more comfortable than the Dianese hard pant. Which would be more suitable for my application?Sep 5, 2013
Chris G:These are lightly padded shorts best under an outer layer for abrasion resistance. They are made of a double layer of material with the pads sewn between them. When stretched you can see through the material a little. It is not opaque enough to wear as an outer layer. If you hit the road and slid in these without anything over them I think the material would shred pretty easily. As a light padding under riding pants though they are a nice pair of shorts. Sep 8, 2013
Daniel N:These are really meant to be warn under something. The material is a thin mesh so I would not think it would hold up well in a slide. Not sure how it would do under jeans or something like that.
I wear them under my leather pants for bit of extra padding while riding. I don't think the pads would just tear out in a slide if they were under your jeans.Sep 6, 2013
Antonino d:this shorts are made with two mesh layers and the foam pads are in between them. so, you must break your pants and the exterior mesh layer of the shorts for loosing the foam pads. Those shorts are very comfortable. I use a 34 size pants and an M size shorts and it fits me like a second skin.Sep 26, 2013
Samuel M:Honest answer to your question, at under 50 mph the pro shorts will work fine however if your an everyday rider keeping them clean is kinda a hassle. If you happen to lay it down pretty good the pads will tear apart but the shorts will keep you protected. I how this information was usefulSep 6, 2013
Haziz H:I wouldn't think it'll hold up in the way of slide protection. They're very soft and nothing sturdy at all. I got then more for padding since my seat is hard. My brother has a pair of the Dianese hard pants and that would be more suitable for your application, I believe. Hope this helps. Sep 6, 2013
Karan l:No slide protection from these shorts Kyle. Go with the hard pants or I'd invest in a good pair of Kevlar pants to go over these for complete protection. That how I roll and should be enough for your needs too.Sep 7, 2013
Steve P:I have not seen anything that says they are CE rated. I really have never seen underwear/base layer rated for protection. It does have foam padding but no hard armor so I would say it offers some impact protection but minimal slide/rash protection. I use them under Kevlar jeans and they work well.Dec 17, 2014
Chris G:These are not ce approved armour, they are about 3/8 - 1/2 inch comfort foam. It's like the foam back pad that comes in their jackets. That being said, they are nice shorts if a little additional padding is all you need. Dec 16, 2014