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Everything fits in here, even the kitchen sink! With 88 liters of storage capacity, you won’t have any problem toting all, and we mean all - of your riding gear in an XL Transition Bag from Alpinestars. The bag’s hull is a combination of 600D polyester contrast, ballistic nylon, and perforated tarpaulin topping a rigid base that’s wheeled at one end for easy transport. A large main compartment is flanked at one end by a separate helmet pocket while a boot compartment resides at the other. All gear within is surrounded by padded sidewalls for extra protection and, should one large bag be required, the padded walls that divide it all up can be removed. Three separate external sleeve pockets are perfect for items like gloves, goggles and other miscellaneous items. Large, TSA-approved zippers separate the bag’s contents from spilling out into the world, so no matter where you’re going, you’ll have everything in one place, ready to go!

Available only in black, call Mike at 866.931.6644 x 804 to order. You can also send a note to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with ALPINESTARS XL TRANSITION BAG in the subject line and we’ll get back to you right away.

A storage capacity totaling 88 liters is spread out in three large main compartments of the Alpinestars XL Transition Bag. It measures 38” long x 18” deep and 18” tall.


Hauling every bit of that gear is made a little easier with well-placed grab handles. There’s also a set of wheels on one end of the bag’s base, so you can use the retractable Pullman handle when moving along paved surfaces.


At one end of the XL Transition bag resides this boot compartment. Here, a pair of large boots, like these Alpinestars motocross boots, easily fit.


A changing mat, fleece-lined helmet bag and a boot mud bag are included as well, making it easier to keep dirty equipment from tarting up the bag’s interior.


Strips of perforated tarpaulin panels run along the upper and outer sides of the bag for ventilation. This helps your gear dry out and prevents bad odors from becoming too much of a problem.
 
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