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Alpinestars Motorcycle Adventure Jackets

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Alpinestars Andes Drystar Jacket Alpinestars Andes Drystar Jacket Number1Headband - Salt Lake City, UT, USA Far exceeded expectations "Blows away other options at this price point. 3 season jacket that finds its limit at anything above 70 degrees. The only reason this jacket isn't 5 stars is the external vents are sealed by the internal waterproof liner (not the removable thermal liner). Its a trade-off, better waterproofing or more airflow. More expensive options address this with more expensive solutions. For under $250, this is still the best dual sport jacket out there."
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Alpinestars Andes Drystar Jacket Alpinestars Andes Drystar Jacket Shivesy - Georgia Not waterproof "This is a very nice jacket. I like everything about this jacket except it is not 100% waterproof. Very nice looking, nice armor in the shoulders and elbows, roomy enough for my chest protector once I removed the shoulder armor. Kept me warm when the liner was installed mid 40 degrees. In a heavy down pouring rain for 30 min. I was getting my belly wet which in turn soaked my cloths around my crotch. I believe the rain was entering the jacket around the front (SPLIT) zipper cover. I think Alpinestars made a mistake and over thought the zipper fly design. If the zipper fly was one total piece and not split halfway up the front I'm pretty sure I would have stayed dry. The rest of the jacket kept the water out. I'm keeping this jacket as it fits me very well, moderately priced and looks very nice. I'll just carry a packable rain jacket when it gets nasty out. I'm a male, 5'9"' weighing 175lbs. I purchased a large and the fit was right on."
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