Alpinestars Drop Jersey

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MSRP : $54.95

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Product Description

Designed specifically for freeride, the Alpinestars Men's Drop Jersey keeps you comfortable so you can focus on what's coming up ahead. Extended mesh inserts provide the ventilation you need, and its lightweight, moisture-wicking fabric ensure you're always good to go. An elongated lower back hem helps keep the jersey tucked in when riding, and a flat rear pocket stashes your tunes. Alpinestars also incorporated a headphone collar hook for your convenience when rocking out.

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by aenduro

Date Reviewed: June 5, 2013

Strengths:    - design
- perfect fit
- excellent material (quick dry, comfortable)
- collar material and shape

Weaknesses:    seams of the front mesh inserts can cross your nipples - hate it or love it :-)

Bottom Line:   
My favourit jersey- better than my fox and TLDs!

There's this little thing with the collar - it covers the neck more than most jerseys and keep it (and the higher back) dry and warm - love it (especially when I'm on the trail after a long uphill (sweat...)).

I'm about 6f (1.85m) and 82kg- size L is perfect.

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Difficulty landing on a drop w/ a new bike

This morning I went to Duthie Hill (a mtb park) and did the exact same drop I always had. On my 29er Hardtail it went just fine but I was riding a 650b Trek Remedy 7 today which is about 5-7 pounds lighter; I crashed 2/3 times and the 3rd time was sloppy and I was able to recover. I was doing it th ... Read More »

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Carbon drop out worn away Scott scale 930 2013

Hi, I noticed the rear wheel was rubbing slightly on the left chainstay, after removing the wheel i noticed the carbon dropout on the derailleur side has worn away towards the front allowing the wheel to sit at a slight angle. I'm wondering if anyone has had any experience with successful warranty c ... Read More »

Drop or Flat crowns??

Hey everybody! I would like to know what the differences between Drop and Flat crowns are. What are Pros and Cons of them?Read More »

May drop pike from 140 to 130

May drop my pike to 130 as my trails don't need 140. For those who have rode the rip with both 130 and 140 thoughts how the bike handled between the two.Read More »

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