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Alpinestars Krypton Short

ITEM NUMBER: 545 ALPKR4
ON SALE:
$29.97
MSRP:
$60.00
 
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

Alpinestars Krypton Short

A very lightweight short ideal for summer trail riding, the Krypton Short has comfort and convenience in equal measure. An elasticized waist affords a customizable fit while double seam reinforcements and a PU coating add to its overall durability.

  • Lightweight PU-coated poly-fabric is quick-drying and durable
  • Double seam reinforcements throughout
  • Elasticized waist belt
  • Zip and double snap button on the front
  • Side pocket include zips
  • Internal flat snaps allow use of Alpinestars mesh chamois liner (liner sold separately)

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Q: How is the overall fit? Is it baggy?

A: There are loose fitting style pair of shorts, they are not 'very' baggy.


Q: Where can one get the "mesh chamois liner"? I can't seem to find it on Price Point or elsewhere.

A: We have an Alpinestars chamois available on our site for $34.98. It is item 595 ALPIN4 and can be found here. http://www.pricepoint.com/Brand/Alpinestars/Alpinestars-MTB-Inner-Short.axd


Q: How do these shorts run in regards to sizing, big or small?

A: These shorts can be considered "true to size" .


Q: Is there a butt pad for these shorts?

A: These shorts do not include an inside lining or Chamois.


   
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Great - Nov 26, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
Dallas, TX

Light weight and comfortable. Great for riding and casual wear.

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Worth it - Nov 22, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
GILBERT, AZ

Great shorts for 30 bucks, but I don't think I'd pay more. No lining, no reinforced areas, no frills. As another review mentions, the material is kind of like rain gear and board short material combined, very light and flexible, but not overly stretchy. I really like it, but I get the distinct feeling that durability may be an issue after a crash or two due to the material. In mention of the material; these are going to be a welcome relief come summer in AZ. I took the recommendation of another reviewer and purchased the 30" waist and love the fit, as I too fall between 30 and 31 inches. Adjustable straps on the waist are a plus, I think I probably could've gotten away with the 32" with the adjustability, but the ones I got are great (take what you will from that). I'm not experiencing the thigh constriction that the other reviews mention, but maybe that's my wimpy legs (21" thighs at their widest). 3 rides in as many days and 40+ miles, thumbs up for the sale price and would recommend.

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Great shorts, narrow thighs - Oct 16, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
San Diego, CA

I fall between 30" and 32" and ordered the 30" shorts. They fit around the waist just fine but the thighs were too tight. The material felt good. There isn't any padding or double-thick layering that I noticed, otherwise I'd give it 5 starts. For $30, these are excellent shorts though. The 32" fit great, both length and around the legs. Solid purchase

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Really...no front or rear pockets - Oct 10, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars
LAS VEGAS, NV

Im a 31" waist and ordered the 30" because it can be adjusted, if you fall in between the sizes order one size lower, fits great. Might be a tight for guys with bigger thighs. Material is somewhat similar to rain gear. Length is spot on and its light weight material is great for the Vegas heat. AND the one and only gripe i have is it has no front or rear pockets! cargo packets only for an All Mountain shorts. so 4 stars only given to the shorts. Come on A-stars you guys are better than that.

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