GP TECH LEATHER SUIT
With technology tested by Marc Marquez, Jorge Lorenzo and Dani Pedrosa and constructed from premium kangaroo and bovine leather for unsurpassed abrasion and tear resistance, the GP Tech Leather Suit is the top Alpinestars suit for racing. The suit incorporates class-leading protection – inside and out – as well as reinforced stitching throughout and strategic stretch paneling for the...
ASAMA AIR GLOVE
Forming part of Alpinestars innovative RIDEOUT Collection the Asama Air Glove incorporates a 3D Mesh and Spandex® main shell and features knuckle protection and Clarino® reinforcements. The extremely lightweight Asama Gloves are perfect for riders escaping the summer city streets for the open road.
A windproof and water-resistant soft shell main construction ramp up the comfort features of the lightweight Haku Glove. Subtly incorporated hard knuckle guards and Clarino® reinforcements mean this glove, part of Alpinestars innovative RiDEOUT collection, is an excellent all-round performer.
S-MX 6 Waterproof Boot
A waterproof boot that is anatomically profiled and packed with innovative features, the S-MX 6 incorporates the latest advancements in Alpinestars’ performance footwear design and development. Every component on this CE certified boot has been carefully designed to give you a crucial performance edge or keep you in the seat for longer, in the form of protection innovations, improved ergonomics and comfort features.
ROAM 2 Waterproof BOOT
A durable and extremely comfortable touring boot, the Roam 2 features a new ergonomic foot shaping structure for more control on the bike’s controls and a waterproof membrane for guaranteed weatherproofing and breathability. The Roam 2 also incorporates class-leading protective features and a Velcro® closure system for a secure and personalized fit.
MARC MARQUEZ - 2013 MOTOGP WORLD CHAMPION
At the opening race of 2013 in Qatar Marquez became the fourth youngest rider of all-time to finish on the podium in the premier-class of Grand Prix racing after Randy Mamola, Eduardo Salatino and Norick Abe.
His first MotoGP win at the Grand Prix of Americas at the age of just 20 years 63 days, made him the youngest ever rider to win a premier-class Grand Prix, taking the record from Freddie Spencer who was 20 years 196 days when he won the Belgium 500cc GP at Spa-Francorchamps in 1982.
The victory in Austin also made Marquez the youngest ever rider in the 65 year history of World Championship Grand Prix racing to have won in three different classes, taking the record from his team-mate Dani Pedrosa who achieved this at the age of 20 years 227 days when he won in China in 2006.View profile