Alpinestars Women's Motorcycle Gear

Alpinestars is a renown motorcycle brand for a reason. With its multi-decade reputation backing their products in present day, they offer a wide range of motorcycle jackets, motorcycle pants, motorcycle boots, and motorcycle gloves for women and men. We've selected a small portion of Alpinestars' range that would suit sport and street motorcycle riders.


We offer FREE shipping within Australia on orders over $250 AUD.

For Australian orders less than $250 AUD, we charge a flat rate of $10.

Express Post is available at $20.

We ship using Australia Post.


We also ship internationally to all corners of the earth, including the USA, Canada, UK, Asia, Europe, and more.

Use our Shipping Estimator after adding everything to your cart, to find out the shipping cost to your country.

You'll be responsible for any import duties charged by your country.

For most products, you'll see the availability of each variant above the Buy button.

If your item is showing as backordered, this means that we do not have that variant on-hand in our store.

If you order a backordered item, we will order it in from the supplier.

If the item is backordered with the supplier as well (which rarely happens) we will be in contact with an estimated restock date.

Please allow 7-10 days for your backordered item to be dispatched from our store.

If you need the item by a particular date, please understand that there are factors outside of our control that affect arrival times of backorders.

Please email us if you're ever unsure so that we can advise of an appropriate alternative.

Dispatch of In-Stock Items

Dispatch of any goods we have in stock is generally within 24-48 hours with exceptions for public holidays.

Dispatch of Backordered Items

Assuming the supplier has the item in stock, here are the following timelines for each brand, from the day you place an order with us. We included the location where each brand is based.

MotoGirl / MotoBull (UK): 7-10 days
REV'IT! (Sydney, AUS): 1-3 days
AGV and TCX (Melbourne, AUS): 2-3 days
Camino Motorwear (Sydney, AUS): 2-5 days
Nemean Clothing (Melbourne, AUS): 1-3 days
Black Arrow Moto (Hobart, AUS): 5-7 days

We are committed to your satisfaction. If you need to exchange or refund, you can do so within 30 days of purchase.

All items need to be in brand new condition with tags, armour (if applicable) and all relevant packaging.

The buyer is responsible for the cost of shipping back to us.

Please note we cannot exchange or refund the following items:

  • All clearance items
  • Helmets
  • Bike maintenance products such as Motul or Muc-Off cleaners, lubes, and oil

At Peak Moto, we've made concerted efforts to ensure that our product images accurately represent their true colors.

Due to the inherent variability of our screens and the subjective nature of perception, we cannot guarantee that the colour you perceive on your screen perfectly matches the actual hue of the product.

To back up the quality of the products we stock, we offer a 12-month warranty on all products in our store from the date of purchase, even if the manufacturer's warranty is shorter.

We'll need photos of the item and details of what happened to cause it.

Manufacturing defects include unravelling stitching, stuck or broken zippers, or premature detaching of parts.

Warranty does not cover discolouration, wear from normal use, normal breakdown of materials, or damaged caused by misuse or a crash.

Alpinestars Women's Motorcycle Gear

In 1963, a leather craftsman by the name of Sante Mazzarolo brought forth a future icon. Based in the small Northern Italy town of Asolo and with the perennial Alpine star flower as its namesake, Mr. Mazzarolo began producing the first products bearing the Alpinestars moniker. At that time a new sport called motocross was establishing itself and becoming quite popular across Europe. Very much aware of the sport, Sante realized an opportunity to apply his talents and technical acumen to design a new type of footwear that would meet the protective needs and demands of this beautiful yet brutal form of athleticism. The revolutionary boot that Mr. Mazzarolo produced would become an archetype for motocross protection.

Shortly after establishing the company in its state-of-the-art headquarters in Maser, northern Italy, Sante began working on a new, revolutionary boot for local enduro and motocross riders who had started importing bikes from overseas and establishing the sport of off-road motorcycle racing. Sante’s boot immediately became the industry leader and a benchmark for racing performance. Development started from the moment the first boot was produced, with the help of feedback from the riders, and by the early 1970s, Roger de Coster had brought Alpinestars its first World Motocross Championship accolade

Roger de Coster won five World Motocross Championships and began a continuous run of World Championship success for Alpinestars that continues to the present day. 

Sante Mazzarolo was honored with a number of Italian design and product awards in the early years of the company, establishing a reputation for creativity and innovation that took another step when he began development of road racing products in the 1970s. Kenny Roberts became Alpinestars’ most high-profile Grand Prix World Champion when he took his first title in 1978.

Development continued at pace, with the company producing boots for all forms of motorcycling, road and off-road, for competitive use and leisure, and in 1986 Gabriele Mazzarolo, Sante’s son, established  Alpinestars USA based in Los Angeles, California.  With Gabriele, Alpinestars USA started the development of its performance-leading mountain bikes, taking Mike Kloser to the podium of the 1990 World Downhill Championship.

With the Italian part of the Company now also owned and directed by Gabriele, by the mid-1990s the first technical apparel line was designed and launched, and in 1999 Alpinestars began development of high-performance road racing leather suits. Nicky Hayden and Ben Bostrom began to use  Alpinestars suits in AMA Superbikes, and  Carlos Checa was the first MotoGP rider to use Alpinestars suits in the premier category.  Troy Corser was Superbike World Champion in 2005, and  in 2006 Nicky Hayden opened a long series of MotoGP World Championship won by Alpinestars all the way to Fabio Quartararo currently.

In 2001 the development of Tech Air, Alpinestars motorcycling airbag was started, with its introduction to MotoGP in 2009 culminating with the current system, utilized by the majority of racers from MotoGP to the Dakar rally.

Success has by no means been confined to two wheels. Alpinestars began developing auto racing footwear at the very beginning of the 1990s, equipping many of the world’s leading Formula 1 and Indycar drivers throughout the decade before establishing an Auto Suit Department in 2000.   The Championships of Petter Solberg in World Rally in 2003, Kurt Busch in the Nascar Cup in 2004 and Fernando Alonso in Formula 1 in 2005 started a continuous series of top Championships to this day.


In 2004, Alpinestars began a partnership with Honda in the Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup and in the same year a new division dedicated to the creation and development of casual sportswear was opened in Los Angeles, and distribution in lifestyle fashion channels commences around the world. 

In 2005, Greg Minnaar won the UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup while the intensive development of specialist MTB apparel and protection continued and was brought to market.

Alpinestars, since its inception in 1963, is now the world-leading manufacturer of professional racing products, motorcycling airbag protection, high-performance apparel, and technical footwear. Alpinestars understands that the best design and research is achieved under extreme conditions. Our involvement in Formula 1, MotoGP, AMA Supercross and Motocross and NASCAR, and countless other top racing organizations has led to the creation of the most advanced and innovative technical equipment for the world racing’s top athletes.

The company employs about 700 staff worldwide with headquarters in Los Angeles, California, Northern Italy, Tokyo and Southeast Asia headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand.   

Brand Pillars


These words, “One Goal. One Vison” summarize the idea that Alpinestars shares the same goal, and vision as our champion athletes. Champions put full focus and effort into achieving their goal. They prepare, train, and think intensively about racing and becoming a champion. This then makes success look easy come race day and the seasons to come. This drive contributes to our “Race on Sunday, Innovate on Monday” objective. We work with the fastest athletes on the planet to develop the safest products for riders and drivers of all skill levels. Innovation is key to this, and we strive to constantly improve our products for like-minded, passionate people who share a love for riding and racing as we do.



Alpinestars has been redefining protection for motorcyclists ever since the company was established in 1963.  Commitment to innovation has led Alpinestars to become the world-leading manufacturer of professional motorsport racing products, motorcycling airbag protection, high-performance apparel, technical footwear, and helmets. Alpinestars understands that the best design and research is achieved under extreme conditions. Our involvement in Formula 1, NASCAR, MotoGP, World SBK, AMA Supercross and Motocross, MXGP, Dakar and more has led to the creation of the most advanced technical equipment for the racing world’s top athletes.

Product Overview

Alpinestars develops products for men, women and kids, categories include: Auto Racing / Karting / Motocross / Enduro/ Dual-Sport / Road Racing / Commuting / Touring / Adventure Riding / Urban Riding / V-Twins / Mountain Biking / Flat Track / Endurance Racing and Dakar. Each riding or driving discipline has its own specific protection capability and need. We want to make riding a motorcycle as safe and as comfortable as driving a car. We want to mitigate injury to riders and drivers by constantly pushing the level of protection that can be achieved.