Wednesday, November 30

RevZilla's Favorite Fall Alpinestars Shoes for 2011

Over the past year, Alpinestars has had raving success in popularity with all their products. Alpinestars Shoes in particular attracted a lot of interest. The three most popular Alpinestars riding shoes amongst customers were the Alpinestars Fastlane Shoes, Alpinestars Miglia Shoes, and the Alpinestars Blacktop Shoes and it comes as no coincidence as Alpinestars is known to engineer well built products which have a certain flare to them at the same time.

First, we'll take a look at the Alpinestars Fastlane Shoes Review:



These shoes are designed from F1 inspired construction and are lightweight, offering a great deal of protection for a riding shoe. For example they include TPR toe and ankle protectors along with a foam backed, double density impact protector on both sides of the ankle. The internal toe and heel counter are layered under the microfiber while there is an extremely lightweight rubber sole that has laser-ablated textured grip. The shift pad is lined with a debossed texture for added grip while there is an integrated metal shank for enhanced sole rigidity. Comfort-wise, the shoe is constructed from lightweight microfiber synthetic leather upper with a plush moisture-wicking 3D mesh on the collar and tongue along with a breathable mesh liner.

Next, we can view the Alpinestars Miglia Shoes Review:




The Alpinestars Miglia Shoes have a 1.6 mm oiled suede upper which resists abrasion and water along with a reinforced toe for shifting and a stiff riding sole. There are shift pad channels that flex while dissipating pressure over the toe and an offset speed lace system which provides a quick and easy closure. Furthermore, the lateral pocket stows the end of the lace away from the bike while there is an interior heel reinforcement which protects and supports the heel.

Lastly, we'll see the Alpinestars Blacktop Shoes Review:


The Alpinestars Blacktop is a high-cut casual riding shoe that features mesh inserts for cool summer riding. The exclusive rubber compound sole offers excellent grip and works with the EVA foam foot bed for supreme comfort when riding and walking. Designed to be extremely lightweight, protection is provided by dual density lateral and medial ankle cups as well as extra protection from a padded stripe that wraps around the back of the ankle. The midsole contours to the foot and features a structured high modulus shank reinforcement. There are internal toe and heel counters along with reflective piping around the upper for improved night-time visibility.

Alpinestars continues to iterate on products that have already been successful in the past. Rather than resting on their laurels, they come up with new technologies and designs to enhance the rider's experience. Expect to see this to continue from Alpinestars through the foreseeable future.

-Ka$hZilla

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