Incorporating Alpinestars exclusive DRYSTAR®, PERFORMANCE technology for excellent levels of sensitivity on the bike&rsquo,s controls, the Santiago is 100%...... more
Incorporating Alpinestars exclusive DRYSTAR®, PERFORMANCE technology for excellent levels of sensitivity on the bike&rsquo,s controls, the Santiago is 100% waterproof and features a hard knuckle protector to ramp up the protective features on this superb all weather riding glove. SANTIAGO DRYSTAR®, GLOVE KEY FEATURES: Constructed using Alpinestars&rsquo, DRYSTAR®, PERFORMANCE material technology, which incorporates a sealed and bonded triple layer construction to offer: Reduced material chassis which promotes high levels of comfort, tactility and sensitivity on the bike&rsquo,s controls. High levels of durability and interior material integrity. Excellent windproofing performance. Glove incorporates Alpinestars&rsquo, exclusive 100 per cent waterproof and breathable DRYSTAR®, membrane. Constructed from durable Clarino palm and thumb for excellent levels of durability and abrasion-resistance. Synthetic suede reinforcement on palm and outer hand provide abrasion resistance in key impact zones. Over-molded, advanced polymer knuckle protection provides excellent levels of impact and abrasion-resistance. EVA foam padding on fingers and outer-hand for excellent comfort and fit. Extended gauntlet wrist construction for maximum coverage and weather protection. Reflective detailing on thumb and wrist improves visibility of rider in poor light conditions. Velcro®, cuff closure for a comfortable and secure fit. Elasticated wrist cuff ensure safe and close-fitting fit. Smartphone compatible finger-tip on index finger for use with GPS systems, tablets or smartphones.
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Spain released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: Spanish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), English ( Subtitles ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.66:1), SPECIAL FEATURES:...... more
Spain released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: Spanish ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), English ( Subtitles ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), WIDESCREEN (1.66:1), SPECIAL FEATURES: Filmographies, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Told with a unique visual style and emotional depth, director Josue Mendez' film DIAS DE SANTIAGO tells the story of 23-year-old war veteran Santiago Roman, who is back in Lima after spending six years fighting terrorists, the Peruvian drug mafia and a nationalist war against Ecuador. He belongs to a lost generation obliged to pay for the government's mistakes. SCREENED/AWARDED AT: Rotterdam International Film Festival, ...Days of Santiago ( Días de Santiago )
Advantages: Interesting lava formations Disadvantages: The island has been rather spoiled by human interference
...Santiago Island, Galapagos
Santiago seems to have three names, San Salvador and James island as well as Santiago. The James was after James II, San Salvador was after the second island discovered by Columbus and presumably Santiago is the Spanish name for the island.
Santiago is one of the larger islands in the Galapagos group and is 572 km2 . We only visited a small part of this island known...
Advantages: different unspoiled powder relaxed Disadvantages: mid-priced
...About 2 hours east of Santiago are the ski resorts of La Parva, El Colorado and Valle Nevado. All 3 resorts are connected (you can ski between them if you have the right pass) and there are plenty of runs and some world-class off-piste. You can make the trip up and down from Santiago in a day but its worth taking two (at least) if you can ski or snowboard. As well as the resorts, there is a small...
05.07.2005 17:56 ·Read review
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Advantages: Very efficient, clean city with good seafood Disadvantages: Concha Y Toro vineyard trip
...Santiago is the capital city of Chile
We flew into Santiago Airport and the drive into the city was about half an hour. The airport was very clean and efficient. There were sniffer dogs in abundance all around the luggage carousel area, they walked ove the luggage and in amongst everybody very calmly - not sure whether it was drugs or something else they were after but they were not going to...
16.01.2009 22:12 ·Read review
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