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Alpinestar-engineered Debuts Triumph Motorcycle Apparel

Alpinestar-engineered Riding Apparel Debuts at Triumph Motorcycle Dealerships.

Triumph and Alpinestars have collaborated to create the ‘Triumph engineered with Alpinestars’ line of technical riding apparel. The high performance apparel combines the distinctive Triumph look and premium Alpinestars design for a unique line of men’s and women’s jackets, pants, gloves and boots as well as a men’s suit.

The apparel line was developed in conjunction with some of the world’s fastest MotoGP riders and complements Triumph’s full line of Urban Sport motorcycles, which includes the class-leading Daytona 675 as well as the Speed Triple, Street Triple and new Street Triple R.

"Triumph is passionate about providing outstanding motorcycling experiences, and having the proper gear is extremely important to achieving that," said Jim Callahan, North American Marketing Manager for Triumph Motorcycles. "‘Triumph engineered by Alpinestars’ apparel offers class-leading riding gear with a look that is pure Triumph."

Just as Triumph does with its motorcycles, Alpinestars utilizes state-of-the-art design and technology in all of its products. Each of the jackets, pants, gloves and boots have an aggressively styled urban design with features that were developed on the track and transferred directly to the street for the highest level of riding performance.

The riding apparel features a long list of technical benefits that range from the protective nature of full grain 1.2-1.4MM cowhide, thermoplastic polyurethane (PU) panels and Kevlar reinforcements. Creature comforts that include stretch panels, removable linings and generous amounts of venting make long days on the street or at the track comfortable. The color combinations and Triumph logos are exclusive to the ‘Triumph engineered with Alpinestars’ line.

‘Triumph engineered by Alpinestars’ apparel (AS2 Jacket, AS1 Gloves, AS2 Boots, AS1 Suit) is available through the nearly 200 authorized Triumph Motorcycles dealers throughout North America. To find your local Triumph dealer, please visit



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