Alpinestars is launching the Limited Edition ‘Dialed 21’ Tech 7 Boots and Racer Gear for Adults and Youth to coincide with the 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship heading to Atlanta for three rounds. The unique design of the ‘Dialed 21’ is inspired by the cool, reborn culture of MX/OFF-ROAD desert riding, Skateboarding, Surfing, and BMX. This weekend we’ll have a chance to see riders who live their passion for riding and share in the moment, with Jason Anderson, Eli Tomac, Chase Sexton and Hunter Lawrence sporting the ‘Dialed 21’ gear at Atlanta SX.
Designed to be ridden anywhere, the plain white and black colors are a tribute to our off-road riders of the past and the minimalist style that they gravitated towards. The collection features a clean graphic treatment of the gear along with a new ‘Dialed 21’ Tech 7 boot offering, which combine into one of our most versatile limited edition offerings we’ve ever produced. The concept is based on clean, freedom inspired graphics. The ‘Dialed 21’ incorporates the distinctive Oscar spiral logo which evokes the feelings of the first modern era of motorcycle racing, where many World champions and heroes eagerly displayed the logo on their racing gear and boots. The Tech 7s incorporate a skeleton riding a motorcycle with a surfboard that symbolizes the idea that “No matter where they’ll be, riders will be popping wheelies, riding bikes and having fun forever.”
The ‘Dialed 21’ Racer collection offers two jersey choices, one pant, and a new pair of Tech 7s. The jersey either features a bold black design with classic white collar and cuffs, or a simple white jersey with minimal black Alpinestars branding. To compliment both options is a timeless white Racer pant which has white leather knees and subtle branding throughout. The Racer line is developed and tested on some of the toughest terrains around the globe, the traditional fit jerseys and pants are ideal for many forms any off-road riding thanks to their pre-curved limbs, lightweight chassis and moisture-wicking main body materials.