Alpinestars GP Plus R V2 Leather Gloves

Size
Color
Black

The Alpinestars GP Plus R V2 Gloves continue in the tradition of its predecessor by providing high end MotoGP level protection at a value accessible to the everyday rider and track day enthusiast. Constructed from full-grain leather, the gloves feature the same Dynamic Friction Shield knuckle guard and finger bridge as found in top tier race gloves in Alpinestars’ lineup.

Construction

  • Constructed from supple and durable full-grain bovine leather
  • Localized perforations on palm and backhand
  • Ventilated fourchettes keep the hands cool
  • Ergonomic engineered leather reinforcements on the palm and outer hand landing zones provide maximum abrasion resistance in key impact zones
  • Ergonomic stretch insert on palm
  • Pre-curved finger construction reduces rider fatigue
  • Injected TPU palm and finger slider for superior impact and abrasion resistance
  • Protective double cuff closure with TPR logo wraps around wrist and raises the entire profile of the glove to protect wrist bone from impact in a crash
  • VELCRO® wrist adjustable closure strap
  • Stretch leather accordions on fingers and thumb for superior fit and flexibility

Key Features 

  • Internal aramidic fiber hand and thumb reinforcement, plus an aramidic fiber layer around little finger gives excellent abrasion resistance
  • Alpinestars Dynamic Friction Shield (DFS) knuckle protection system features dual density mould construction for superior resistance to repeated impacts
  • Moulded knuckle protection air intakes and exhaust ports for improved hand ventilation
  • Alpinestars patented third and fourth finger-bridge prevents leather from twisting on fingers, and helps prevent potential burst seams and finger separation
  • Palm pad panel combined into palm/thumb/little finger reinforcement
  • External finger and palm seams for a close fit and superior feel
  • Printed logos for weight-saving and material integrity.

    Protection

    • CE-certified (Level 1)

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