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Alpinestars | XL Transition Gear Bag

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Motorcycle Travel Gear

For nearly 50 years, Alpinestars has outfitted professional athletes at the highest level of competition.

Our roster of World Class athletes relies on us to provide streamlined, unhindered performance in the most challenging arenas of professional sport.

The Alpinestars Global Luggage series is designed with same commitment to performance that keep our athletes safe and focused. In this spirit, we have built a full range of luggage that can meet the chaotic demands of a World Class champion as well as seasoned business traveler.

Whether en route to a Formula 1 championship or a weekend getaway, the Global Travel series ensures that you’ll arrive focused and prepared.

Alpinestars XL Transition Gear Bag

  • Description: The Mothership…The XL Transition Gear Bag swallows up gear into specific, functional compartments. Wet/dry separation and all the bells and whistles necessary for stowing your gear, the Transition is ideal for Moto, Road racing, Snow Boarding or any other activity that requires heavy amounts of gear of equipment.
  • Colors: Black
  • Dimensions: 88 LITRE CAPACITY / 38 x 18 x 18″
  • MSRP: $219.95

Alpinestars XL Transition Gear Bag Highlights:

  • Sized to Carry All Protective Gear
  •  Durable Ballistic Nylon
  •  Tough 600D Polyester Contrast
  •  Hard Internal Base with External Slide Rails
  •  Base is covered with Wipe-able Finish for Easy Cleaning
  •  High Durability Hard Bumpers at Base Corners
  •  Smooth Roll Wheels
  •  Telescoping Double Post Handle
  •  Multiple Heavy Duty Haul Handles
  •  Top Carrying Strap
  •  Perforated Tarpaulin Panels for Venting
  •  Extra Venting Grommets for Additional Air Flow into Pockets
  •  Main Compartment Sized for Large Items
  •  Bottom Compartment for Boots or Other Heavy Items
  •  Boot Mud Bag Included – Made from Waterproof Tarpaulin Material
  •  Top Compartment for Helmet
  •  Helmet Bag with Fleece Lining Included
  •  Padded Sidewalls Padded Compartment Walls
  •  Compartment Walls are Removable – Create One Extra Large Compt
  •  Large External Pocket with Mesh Organizer – Lt Side
  •  Three External Pockets for Gloves, Goggles and Misc Items – Rt Side
  •  Removable Change Mat – Made from Waterproof Tarpaulin
  •  Lockable Zippers – Accepts TSA Approved Locks
  •  ID Window
  •  Contoured Rubber Zipper Pulls
  •  Reflective Branding
  •  Fully Lined with Alpinestars Hi-Visibility Yellow Logo Lining

For additional information, log onto the Alpinestars website.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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