Alpinestars Stunt 2 Leather Jacket

  • 1.2 to 1.4mm full-grain leather for excellent abrasion resistance
  • Multiple stitched main-seam construction for maximum tear resistance
  • Removable CE-certified shoulder and elbow protectors
  • Ergonomically placed stretch panels for optimal comfort and fit
  • Pre-curved sleeves for riding position comfort
  • Perforated leather panels for ventilation
  • Rear reflective piping and microinjected logos for nighttime visibility
  • Removable thermal vest
  • Adjustable waist
  • Connection zipper allows attachment to selected Alpinestars leather pants

Note on the pictures/colors: The pictures of this jacket look like a color with white, but the areas that appear white are actually a light silver color.

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Sizing Information

The jackets are offered in European sizes, so you’ll need to select the size using Alpinestars sizing chart using your chest and waist measurements. And for those who may have a bit of a belly, we encourage you to consider our estimated max belly sizes listed below. Choose a jacket size that will accommodate both your chest and your belly. Note: Those with big arms should stay away from this style. The arms are pretty tight through the elbow/biceps area.

Euro Size Max Chest Size (inches) Max belly size (inches)
46 36 32
48 38 34
50 40 36
52 42 38
54 44 40
56 46 42
58 48 44
60 50 46

Our Two Cents

For those that really like the styling or colors offered on this jacket, I say go for it-they are unique and sharp. The protection features are definitely in place on this jacket-the leather is thick and the armor is sturdy, you can zip to pants and you can even buy the optional CE approved back armor (see below). Consider this jacket for use in cold to mild weather conditions. You can use the thermal liner for cold conditions and remove it when the weather improves. The leather used is very thick and should provide excellent abrasion protection. We’ve got some pretty good close-up pictures you can see by taking the “View Larger Pictures” link above. The color jacket we used to do the photos was the “orange/black/white” which drove our camera crazy. The pictures we took make the jacket appear yellow, but the orange used is actually an “optic’ orange like a traffic cone—something our camera apparently can’t deal with.

Note on the pictures/colors: The pictures of this jacket look like a color with white, but the areas that appear white are actually a light silver color.

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