Alpinestars Street Cargo Pants

  • Abrasion resistant 600 Denier fabric outer shell for maximum durability
  • MX styling and vector style waist construction, cut for comfort, on and off the bike
  • Waist adjustment straps for perfecting fit
  • Deep cargo pockets for convenience
  • Removable thermal liner for comfort in colder conditions
  • Side opening, knee protector compartments on legs for easy application of Reflex knee guards
  • Ankle adjustment straps to keep closure secure (we don’t see this one either)

What Happened to the Sand Color? The video by AS shows the pants in sand, but those were made obsolete in 2010. Whoops :)

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Sizing Information

These pants are sold in US pant sizes, and seem to run true to the labeled waist size. Select a size based on what you normally choose in men’s pants. Here is a chart that shows the measured inseam also:

Pant Size Inseam
28 33
30 34
32 34
34 34
36 35
38 35
40 35

Product Video

Our Two Cents

Alpinestars Street Cargo pants offer an alternative to jeans or other pants that offer no protection at all, in a style that looks good either on or off the bike. The pants offer a casual style and with the large pockets up front look very much like cargo pants. The material used in these pants is an abrasion-resistant nylon and the knees are equipped with removable CE approved knee armor. The armor in the knees consists of three layers of soft flexible padding that is very comfortable and will contour to fit the shape of your knee. The pants have a relaxed fit in the legs, and you shouldn’t have any trouble wearing these pants over boots. The pants are a little less baggy in the thighs and seat and have expansion material below the waist in back and above the knees which helps when sitting on a bike. The expansion panels are hidden though, so the pants look more “normal” than other sport style pants. The pants are a medium weight fabric and should be comfortable in cool to warm weather. They also come with a removable liner which insulates in front, down to the knees (sort of a half liner). Take the “View Larger Pictures” link above to see some good close-up pictures of this feature (and other features as well).

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