Alpinestars GP Plus Camo 1 Piece Suit
- Premium leather main chassis constructed from 1.3 mm genuine bovine leather
- Large accordion stretch panels help movement and comfort on the bike
- Stretch fabric panels on sleeves, crotch, calves and chest further improve fit and feel
- Ergonomic back hump, sculpted for better airflow and performance at high speed
- Pre-curved sleeves and legs construction
- Perforated panels highly improve ventilation
- Extended printed graphic
- Calf expansion gusset
- Hook and loop strap adjusters for calves and cuffs
- Chest pad compartments with PE padding (Alpinestars Nucleon chest pads available as accessory upgrade)
- Multiple snap button system to integrate the Level 2 CE certified Alpinestars Nucleon back protector
- Integrated padding increases comfort
- Multi-layer, reinforced knee construction
- Internally reinforced seat area
- Removable inner mesh liner for convenience and breathability
- Inner waterproof wallet pocket
- 3D textured comfort fabric for collar construction
- CE certified Alpinestars GP-R protection on shoulders, elbows and knee
- CE certified Alpinestars Nucleon hip protector
- Dynamic Friction Shield (DFS) external dual density TPU sliders on shoulders and knee
- New, innovative RR elbow slider is anatomically contoured and features a removable and replaceable screw-mounted insert slider
- Alpinestars sport knee slider
- CE Certified Nucleon Hip Protector HR-HR
- CE Certification 89/686/EEC
Read on for more details.
Alpinestars suits are offered in European sizes, Choosing a suit depends primarily upon three measurements; chest size, belly size and height. Race suits are cut with a very trim fit which is designed to fit skin tight over underwear or very light clothing. With most suits, the protection (back, chest and/or air bag) is optional and, when installed in the suit, will make them fit smaller, so you’ll want to think about the optional armor before selecting a size.
To select a size in a race suit, we highly recommend you measure your chest and belly with a tape (it is easier if you ask a friend to help). If you need some measuring help, take the link below for detailed instructions. Once you know your chest and belly measurements, you’ll want to choose a size from the chart that will be big enough for both. Before selection, you’ll need to add to your measurements for the addition of optional armor. Generally speaking, we recommend adding 1” to your chest and belly if you plan to add a back protector, and add an additional 1” to your chest for the addition of chest armor (if the suit is equipped to accommodate Alpinestar’s air bag system and you plan to install the air bag instead of armor, we suggest adding 1” to your chest and 1” to your belly).
Unlike separate jackets and pants, the fit of a suit is highly dependent upon your height. And since the fit of both the pants and the upper part of the suit are determined by the single size you choose, it’s pretty important that your height fall within the recommended range. To compensate for being too tall or too short for your ideal size, you can up-size or downsize to some degree, but you’ll be compromising the fit in other areas. Some riders who are much too tall or too short for standard sizing often opt for a custom made suit since off-the-rack suits just won’t work.
Alpinestars offers very complex sizing charts on their website, and if you want to dig more deeply into the sizing issue, I’d suggest visiting their website, but for sake of simplicity, we’ve condensed their basic sizing advice down to the chart below.
|Euro Size||Max Chest