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Alpinestars LE Cactus Plant Flea Market | Product Spotlight

For the first time ever, the AMA Supercross Championship heads to Nashville, Tennessee; where some of the world’s best riders will compete to be crowned the “King of Nashville. If that alone doesn’t excite you, let me add that Alpinestars is dropping a limited edition line in celebration of the event. Trust me when I say that this gear will not go unnoticed!

Alpinestars collaborated with the influential fashion brand Cactus Plant Flea Market to the design of the Limited Edition ‘Cactus’ line. The designer Cynthia Lu has taken a fascinating approach when designing this gear line, like nothing I’ve seen before. The bright eye-catching colors and a full of fun design scheme makes this gear in a league of its own. The eccentric design draws your attention and allows you to find new, fun features you didn’t notice at first glance. If you look close enough, you will find hidden words and shapes that were added tastefully into the design.

The new Cactus LE Gear Line will include Tech 10 boots, the Alpinestars SM8 Helmet, and a set of the Radar Gloves. All of which with preserve the same bold design as one another. The LE Cactus gear’s one of a kind look allows the riders to express their individuality, and set them apart from their competition while out on the track.

Alpinestars Radar Glove

Let’s first take a look into the Cactus LE Radar Gloves. The new Rader Gloves are mostly black with a large Alpinestars logo on the top. Two colored stripes run across the fingers providing a clean design. As per usual, the Radar Gloves are constructed from a single-piece spandex upper which results in a lightweight, comfortable glove.

A perforated suede palm for extra durability and breathability add reinforcement to the gloves. Suede reinforcements are also on third and fourth fingers for added abrasion resistance. They’ve incorporated stretch inserts for improved hand movement which offers sensitivity on bike’s control. The Radar Gloves have a Velcro closure system to keep the gloves tightly secured.

The S-M8 Helmet

Next is the ‘Cactus’ S-M8 Alpinestars Helmet. The Supertech M8 Helmet is a result of 5 decades worth of research and development. The helmet has a bright sunny yellow colored visor which contrasts nicely against the black shell and the Cactus Plant lettering across the side. The S-M8 also has a rainbow pattern on the back that almost appears to be a Weather Doppler which is fitting for the cactus theme. The helmet consists of all of the great qualities of the regular S-M8 Helmets, but has an added bonus with this new ‘Cactus Design’. Qualities such as shell construction, four density eps liner, EPS emergency release system and so much more. You will definitely want to grab one before it’s gone because all of this gear is limited.

CPFM.XYZ Tech 10 Boots

Lastly, we will dive into the new ‘Cactus’ LE Tech 10 boots. The boots have a black base with bright red, and yellow pops of color. The words “Cactus Plant Flee Market “ envelop the front panel of the boots adding a hint of style. They incorporated a Peace sign on the back of the boots with the rainbow pattern adding a touch of hippie flare. The Tech 10 boots are so unique that the limited edition should really be called deluxe edition. The collaborating between Cactus Plant Flee Market and Alpinestars is unlike anything else and is surely going to go quickly.

To conclude, the exceptional design of Alpinestars collaboration with Cactus Plant Flea Market is like nothing you’ve seen before. Seeing as they are limited edition, they are sure to be quickly snapped up. Head over to BtoSports.com to get yourself some before its too late. While you’re there be sure to check out the large selection for your other motocross gear needs. Be the One with BTO Sports. 

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Kristina DeStefano
I'm Kristina DeStefano. I started riding dirt bikes at the age of 3 on a PW-50, and it's stuck with me ever since. I can now be found on local So-Cal Motocross Tracks, or on desert trails. Whether it's racing the Women's intermediate class, or freeriding in the hills, any day that I get to ride is a good one. This is one passion I don't think I will ever outgrow.






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