Friday, June 3

Alpinestars T-Breeze Air Flo Jacket Review

The Alpinestars T-Breeze Air Flo Jacket touts classic AStars' race styling and is truly a solid three-season sport riding jacket. Alpinestars, though they produce extremely technical ADV touring gear, is known for their contributions to the sport riding world. They're also known for their high levels of performance, protection, comfort and ergonomics that carry across the entire line. The T-Breeze is no exception, and it represents a solid addition to any sport rider's arsenal.

Check out our Alpinestars T-Breeze Air Flo Jacket Review:

The shell of the Alpinestars T-Breeze Air Flo Jacket is an abrasion-resistant high-gauge mesh chassis at the chest and back with a 600D polyester in all impact areas. This provides the best of both worlds as the mesh will flow a ton of air but the shoulders and elbows are protected from abrasion. CE rated shoulder and elbow armor protects those areas while the foam backpad is upgradeable to a CE rated Alpinestars RC Back Protector. For the highest level of tear resistance, all main seams feature multiple stitching, and for additional safety, there is reflective piping that significantly increases your chance of being seen at night.

As far as seasonality is concerned, the T-Breeze Air Flo is going to perform extremely well in hot weather riding conditions thanks to the mesh chassis. However, in fouler weather, the removable water and wind resistant full-sleeve quilted thermal liner can be zipped in to help get through most of Spring and most of Fall. For adjustability, there are tabs on the waist and sleeves to help cinch this down, and the pre-curved sleeves aid in riding comfort and reduce long-term fatigue. Overall, this is a very solid three-season sport option from Alpinestars.

The T-Breeze Air Flo is available in black, red and blue, in a
size run from SM through 4XL. To see similar jacket options, visit our Summer Motorcycle Gear and Alpinestars Jackets sections at


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