Alpinestars Women's Astars "Roulette Skinny Jean" Dark Jeans

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  • $9.95
  • Regular price $69.50

Item Features:

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-Style: Straight
-Fit Type: Skinny
-Basic 5 Pockets
-Zipper Fly
-Material: 100% Cotton

Measurements - taken with Jeans lying flat(Picture may show different size)
Size-0 : Waist 14.5"; Inseam 34"; Leg Opening 6.375"; Rise 9.25"; Hips 17"; Knee 7.125"
Size-1 : Waist 15"; Inseam 34"; Leg Opening 6.5"; Rise 9.5"; Hips 17.5"; Knee 7.25"
Size-3 : Waist 15.5"; Inseam 34"; Leg Opening 6.625"; Rise 9.75"; Hips 18"; Knee 7.375"
Size-5 : Waist 16"; Inseam 34"; Leg Opening 6.75"; Rise 10"; Hips 18.5"; Knee 7.5"
Size-7 : Waist 16.5"; Inseam 34"; Leg Opening 6.875"; Rise 10.25"; Hips 19"; Knee 7.625"
Size-9 : Waist 17"; Inseam 34"; Leg Opening 7"; Rise 10.5"; Hips 19.5"; Knee 7.75"
Size-11 : Waist 17.5"; Inseam 34"; Leg Opening 7.125"; Rise 11"; Hips 20"; Knee 7.875"
Size-13 : Waist 18"; Inseam 34"; Leg Opening 7.25"; Rise 11.25"; Hips 20.5"; Knee 8"

About Alpinestars

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 it's 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.<br><br>Now, nearly 50 years later, Alpinestars has outfitted countless world champions past and present and produces the highest level of performance and protective footwear and apparel. To this day, Alpinestars' legacy of motorcycle racing and its roots in Italian artistry are stitched into every garment.