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Alpinestars Race Replica 2009

This suit is just awesome...no pic can do it justice.

I got this suit for doing a "bit of a favour" for a guy who has very good connections with Alpinestars distribution in Aus.

My current Vector Suit is Euro 52 and has always been a bit big...and now I've lost about 6kg and got pretty fit the Vector suit swins on me.

I intended to get a new Euro 50 suit, and when this opportunity came up, I asked about the possibility of getting the new Race Rep.

2 weeks later I'm in my Euro 50 Race rep suit..
Feels amazing, cant wait to try it out !!!
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pretty flash Pete, nice camel toe too! ( joken) makes me want to get some leathers.
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Looking good! More pics, side and back as well?

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pretty flash Pete, nice camel toe too! ( joken) makes me want to get some leathers.
Thats the only loose area...go figure
I've worn them on and off all day, and they are very tight around that knee cup and calf area...the stretch panels seem to give a little, but after a 200km stint I'm guessing my knees are going to hurt a little under the kneecap
I'll go try to break them in a little tomorrow....

As with all leathers like this, they feel much better sitting on the bike.

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Looking good! More pics, side and back as well?
one more mike...
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look like you're ready to go fight crime with the best of them!!

hope you like alpinestar...you're covered with the stuff!
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my wife would say all you need is a flowing cape and you can do exactly what style mentioned...fight crime!!

On a serious note, you can sit in it while watching WSBK this weekend and really break it in!

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Pete: I'm liking the helmet a bunch.

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Looking good! More pics, side and back as well?


yeah!

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Could be a little tighter around your rear end... but very nice!

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