Alpinestars Racer Supermatic Jersey and Pant

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There are five colour combinations available for the Alpinestars Supermatic jersey and pant. — photo courtesy Alpinestars

Tested by five-time Dakar Rally champion Marc Coma, the Racer Supermatic Jersey and Pant combo from Alpinestars is designed for off-road riding. Which means, whether it’s motocross, single-track or enduro, this gear is meant to keep the rider cool and comfortable. To be sure, the pant features extensive lightweight and ventilated mesh with stretch panel inserts and a rear stretch panel insert to provide increased comfort and flexibility.

Other features include:

Jersey

  • Poly-fabric construction is lightweight, moisture-wicking and durable
  • Cut longer in the rear area for compatibility with MX pants
  • Microfibre stretch collar neck construction for fit
  • Fade-resistant sublimated graphics
  • Fitted wrist cuffs
  • Available in sizes S-2XL

Pants

  • Durable poly-fabric/nylon construction that is PU-coated for strength and durability.
  • Pre-curved, ergonomic leg construction for improved performance
  • Heavy nylon reinforcement on the seat area and inner leg panels for abrasion resistance
  • Leather-reinforced inner-leg panels for heat resistance, grip and comfort
  • Innovative 3D knee construction and hidden expansion panel designed to accommodate knee protectors
  • 3D injection molded rubber logos
  • Durable front zipper with snap front closure and dual waist adjustment pull-tabs
  • Convenient interior hip pocket for key/coin storage
  • Available in U.S. pant sizes 28-40

For more information and to purchase, visit Parts Canada.

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