Alpinestar Rod Leather Jacket

Item Number: 173
Size: XXL
Color: Black, White
Condition: Used - Like New
Added: about 1 year ago

Seller's Description:

Alpinestar relaxed fit semi perforated leather jacket with zip in quilted vest, Bionic chest guards, and upgraded Bionic back protector. The original main zipper has been replaced with a high quality YYK zipper (see photo). The original velcro collar has been replaced with a quality button snap (see photo). This jacket was worn only four times, is in nearly brand new condition, and simply did not fit as snug as my other jackets so it did not get used.

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Price:
$150.00
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MotorcycleGear.com's Comments

Yes, this jacket is very clean and considering the value of the upgraded armor, this is a good price. I can see just the slightest bit of evidence of wear… the white material at the back of the neck is just slightly soiled and there are just a few creases in the leather from use. Here is a link to our now-retired product page which give more info about this style.


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