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Alpinestars Monster Gloves

What started as a limited run of just a few items last year has been expanded into a full line of Monster gear for Alpinestars. We’ll be giving you a detailed look at the gloves in this thread over the next week or so - starting with the Monster GP-M.

The Alpinestars GP-M gloves are essentially the previous model of the ultra-popular GP-Plus in a unique set of colors. This means that they still have all the same features that made the original so good, but at a lower price, and with the addition of a Monster logo on the cuff and green TPU finger sliders (on the white/black only).

TJ is here to help you out if you are interested in this, or any other pair of gloves, so feel free to give him a call at 866.931.6644 ext. 817. You can also send a message through this forum or an email to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM and we’ll get back to you right away!

The Alpinestars Monster GP-M gloves are available in two color variants. White/Black,


and a more subdued black.


Bright green TPU finger sliders give the white/black version a bit of extra flair. The black gloves come with black finger sliders.


The only Monster branding on the gloves is a TPR patch on each cuff.

MSRP $199.95
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The second set of gloves in the Alpinestars Monster line-up is the M1. Based on the S1, the M1 is designed for the street and not the track. They feature a shortened cuff for flexibility, yet one side is extended to guard the wrist. This makes them a solid hybrid glove for the aggressive street rider.

The Alpinestars Monster M1 gloves are only available in Black/Green.


Knuckles on the fingers are studded with raised finger sliders like those found on the GP-Tech gloves.


A sturdy leather chassis is held together with heavy duty seams that are double stitched using contrasting green thread.


A TPR Monster logo is sewn onto each cuff.

MSRP $169.95
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price/shipping to FPO/AE 09645 please!

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