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Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar Jacket
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Alpinestars manufactures a full line of high-quality, comfortable motorcycle gear from motorcycle helmets, gloves, pants and boots to race suits, motorcycle backpacks, casual wear and more.

The Alpinestars motorcycle line is known for its quality manufacturing and emphasis on design. The company was founded in a small town in Northern Italy in 1963 by a leather craftsman by the name of Sante Mazzarolo. A designer and maker of hiking and ski boots, Mazzarolo seized the opportunity to take advantage of a motocross sport that was growing in popularity across Europe. The rest as they say, is history.

The Alpinestars brand quickly grew and by the 1970s Roger DeCoster wore the Alpinestars moniker while riding to his first of five World Motocross Championships for the Alpinestars brand.

"The quality of the boots was obvious right from the beginning." - Roger DeCoster, World Champion

The company expanded into the USA with a new base in Los Angeles, California in the 1980s, and continued expanding through the 1990s with the launches of their first technical apparel line and the development of high performance road racing leather suits with the feedback of professional motorcycle road racer, Carlos Checa.

While branching into other industries such as auto-racing and mountain biking through the 2000s, Alpinestars has remained a staple in the motorcycle industry and continues to innovate to improve motorcycle safety. Today the company employs near 500 staff worldwide with headquarters in Los Angeles, California, Northern Italy, Tokyo and Southeast Asia headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand.