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Alpinestars Touring Winter Balaclava
Your collar is the most vulnerable incursion point for cold and wet weather to seep into your jacket. For those brave enough to ride in questionable conditions the Alpinestars Touring Winter Balaclava seals your head hole to keep you warm and dry. A moisture wicking breathable material covers your head and face while a wind and waterproof skirt covers your jacket collar.
- Warm and breathable moisture wicking stretch fabric for comfort
- Full face design with neck and shoulder covering for effective insulation against the elements
- External waterproof and windproof neck skirt for wind and water protection
- Flat lock seam for comfort under helmet
- Open nose panel construction to aid breathing
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Reviews & Questions
I have a neck gaiter (not motorcycle specific), and this. My neck gaiter is poly-pro fleece, and while warm and windproof, it's a bit bulky under the collar of my jacket and bunches around the chin strap of my helmet. This sometimes results in dreaded "air leaks" where you can feel cold air blowing in at specific points. Not too bad in mild weather, but if it's cold, it can be distracting to miserable.
When I got the A* balaclava, I was concerned because it is made of thin lycra material, and I wasn't sure how well it'd insulate. My first ride put my fears to rest. Even though it's thin, the balaclava blocks the wind so well that it kept me more than comfortably warm. Since it is so thin, and has the bib, there are no air leaks and makes a winter ride pleasant. I have ridden in the mid-30's, and did not feel the need for more insulation on my neck.
The one con I have for it is that you have anything more than a buzz cut, you will have ridiculous looking hair when you take the balaclava off. I've tried to put it on carefully to keep my hair in place, but to no avail. It ups the helmet hair by at least a factor of 2. I carry a comb in my tank bag because of it now. Besides that though, I'm extremely happy with this product.
I bought it for my self and I ware a large and my wife use's it more then I do she is a small
the bottom tucks into your jacket so no wind goes down your jacket
over 2 years ago
1 year ago
I'm in San Diego, so my opinion on warmth won't carry much weight, this morning it was all the way down to 45º :)
What I can talk about with a lot of authority though is the windproofness. My 25 minute commute is mostly riding down the 163 freeway at 85mph and because I'm only new to motorcycling I don't have any winter gear, so I'm riding in fully vented gear and no chin thing on my helmet.
This thing is very windproof - as in, I didn't feel any wind at all anywhere that's covered by this. I could easily feel the line on my chest where the bib came down to inside my jacket, above that line was warm, below that line was getting blasted.
I would highly recommend this product for windproofness.
I wear a large Gunner WP jacket and a medium Icon Variant just so you all are aware.
The A-star balaclava i found is great for all winter sitcho's. I may also add that the clava actually surprisingly keeps your face warm to the point of it working to well and foging up your lids visior,
as well as keeping the cold wind of your face.
Yes you can just pull the top half down and use as a neck sock and i have before.
Since buying my one I have found one little problem with the A-star clava, it tends to slide off the nose no matter how you wear it and i have since bought a dainese one which just has that better nose shape and cut so for me the dainese one wins but equally they are very close winners.
If you want to wear a neck warmer as well it can be added as an extra however I don't know what conditions and where in the world your ridding but i think it maybe overkill however clothing your self with layers is always good cause if you get to hot you can rip it off.
Hope I have answered your question. Best of luck.
I would order it - if it doesn't fit RevZilla is really good about returns, or you could take it to a alterations shop and have them fit it for you.
Overall its a pretty snug fit around my head. My helmet slides right over the top without a problem.