Alpinestars Stella Gloves

Womens GP Plus Carbon Kevlar

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Alpinestars Stella GP Plus Gloves Years ago, I was shopping for gloves and I found that women's gloves were often made dainty with the idea that women riders wanted to express their femininity. Unfortunately, that also meant the gloves were less protective. One good scrape and the fine leather was gone. It looks like manufacturers have grown out of their assumptions, because Alpinestars Stella GP Plus gloves are decked out with the latest in defensive riding engineering for women riders.

These might be a little hefty for the average rider, barring healthy paranoia that is, but they are suited for any condition. The Stella was designed with the help of professional racers, and the level of protection you receive is nothing short of astounding. These gloves have carbon fiber guards over the knuckles, finger-bridge protection to prevent separation of the 3rd and 4th fingers, wrist flap reinforcement with dual closures, Schoeller Keprotec palm reinforcement, and Kevlar lining. Add in the full-grain leather and you've got a top-of-the-line glove that will keep going as long as you can.

Safety is first, but Alpinestars didn't invest all of that time developing these gloves to leave them ugly. External stitching of the dyed leather gives these an industrial, high-tech look that will complement your ride. Even the extension panels for the index finger, middle finger, and thumb add to the space-age aesthetic. You can get the Stella in gunmetal or black in sizes from XS to XL.

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