Alpinestars Jaws Leather Jacket Review at RevZilla.com

Alpinestars Jaws Leather Jacket Review at RevZilla.com

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  • John Welsh Reply

    which trousers are designed to link up with this jacket

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  • 931PORSCHE Reply

    hey there im looking at getting the non perf jaws leather jacket cause i do comute 25 miles when its 30° in the morning then 70 later in the day to get to work in the early season. none of the dealers around me realy has a good supply of leather jackets to try on. i have a 3xl alpinestars t-gp pro textile jacket which is alittle snug in the torso with the liner in it. i do have back and chest armour installed also. i was wondering what size would you all recommend? i know leathers alittle tighter and im also 6'4" 225lbs
    want to make sure i get the right size first

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  • x3thelast Reply

    Whoa. HVB doesn't look too happy in this video. 0_0

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  • Keith Hardman Reply

    I Wear a 44(USA) Suit Jacket. Should i go with a 54 or 56 if I am adding a back Insert? I Live in So Cal so most of the year i porb wont have the liner in.

    Thanks,
    Keith

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  • UnitedGaming Reply

    Hey, I am soon to be in college so I don't have a super high budge as you could expect. I live in Michigan so it is cold well after the snow is gone and well before the snow comes and I can only afford to get 1 outfit. What would you recommend for a 2 piece suit that can be brought to the track and will be able to keep me warm enough in the colder parts of the years but cool in the summer as well as lots of protection. Thanks as always, amazing reviews.

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  • aoeuuiaiui Reply

    How does this jacket compare to the GP-R ?

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  • MrPhipper Reply

    Knowing how poorly leather jackets typically vent in comparison to mesh, would the perforated Jaws be the best option for a leather jacket during the Summer? (80's-90's in terms of temperature) +RevZilla

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  • JJC Reply

    this vs the celer jacket by alpine?

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  • RevZilla Reply

    +JelloSniper How much longer have you had your jacket compared to your friend and his jacket? It sounds like your jacket has broken-in and your friends jacket hasn't yet. -Hi-Viz Brian

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  • ploxyzero Reply

    I've had this jacket for a little while now and my friend has one too. We both have size 48 perforated, but his fits a bit tighter around my wrists, biceps, and forearm, is this normal? I actually kind of prefer that, especially when it comes to putting gauntlet gloves on. Mine doesn't feel as snug even though it's the same size. 

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  • Bravo Six Reply

    Can't seem to find the Alpinestar Jaws White Non Perforated version vídeo/review anywhere.

    From the websites the white version seems to be Non Perforated but unfortunately doesn't show the back side of the jacket anywhere.
    Can we have a screen or video where it shows the back of the White Jaws Non Perforated jacket please?

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  • Seawall R6 Reply

    How is the fit size comparison between the celer jacket and this. Because I tried on the jaws in a size 48 it was a little tight with the winter inner liner.

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  • AudibleCoffee Reply

    What pants should I consider pairing with this jacket for summer/late spring/early fall sport riding? Obviously, the Alpinestars GP-Plus or Track pants would take advantage of the 360 degree zipper interface, but would either of those be the best way to go for street riding in a varied climate such as Colorado (mid to high 90s in the day, dropping off to 60s, or cooler, at night)?

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  • joe amin Reply

    just picked this up – it's a great jacket. really like the stretch breathable fabric on the chest. If you're barrel chested it just flexes and falls nicely. other jackets with full leather panels bunch up or twist awkwardly  around the armpit area for me. The jaws is very comfortable with extensive use of the stretch material. Love the vents and modest perf even on the non-perforated model. with the thermal liner it's a true 3 season. My only wish – that A* adopt composite armor in all their stuff.. well, especially their leather $500+ jackets (like dainese do) – jaws only has bioarmor, which feels pretty light and thin at the elbows/forearm. Love the vids Revzilla, Anthony does a great job! 

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  • Jake Johnson Reply

    Is the Jaws jacket compatible with the Alpinestars GP-Plus or Track leather pants? Hoping to get a two piece suit out of it. Thanks!

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  • MessyOg Reply

    Would this fit a larger builded guy?

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  • Death666wish Reply

    The black version doesn't have those silver reflective parts, are they also reflective on the black version? And if they are are they as reflective or less?

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  • 555danang Reply

    Hello.. Which one do you think is better? Alpinestar Jaws leather jacket or Celer leather jacket?? Thanks

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  • ahahahahahaahahaa Reply

    omg this camera guy sucks at focusing his camera….

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  • RevZilla Reply

    I think that is totally up to preference. Would you rather be too hot, or too cold? I agree with you that the difference is fairly minimal, all things considered. The perforation will help, but neither will flow as much air as a vented textile or mesh jacket. -CK

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