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Marc Marquez Profile

Marc Marquez’s debut World Championship campaign in 2008 immediately made many aware of his talent and he took a podium at Donington in his first season despite a shortened campaign due to injury.

In 2009 he scored a single podium on his way to eighth overall, before his full talent truly blossomed in 2010 as he scored an incredible ten victories from 12 poles on his way to the 125cc World Championship title. Stepping up to Moto2™ in 2011 the youngster got off to a rocky start, crashing out of the first two rounds.

However, a first win at Le Mans laid the way for six more victories as he pushed Stefan Bradl for the title until a crash in practice at the Malaysian GP ended Marquez's season prematurely. Problems with his vision as a result of that crash cut short his 2012 pre-season, yet after a full recovery he was on the pace from the star, fighting it out in what proved to be a highly competitive Moto2™ season.

Following some stunning rides, spectacular wins and some controversy, Márquez was crowned Moto2™ World Champion at the penultimate round in Phillip Island. For 2013 he stepped to the premier class, taking Casey Stoner’s vacant place in the Repsol Honda Team.

It would prove to be the most remarkable rookie season ever witnessed, as Marquez stormed to the world title to become the youngest ever premier class World Champion and the first rookie title winner for 35 years.

In the process, he also became the youngest ever pole-sitter and race winner at the inaugural Grand Prix of the Americas and missed out on podium finishes on only two occasions. He sealed the title on his third attempt, in Valencia, finishing third as outgoing title winner Jorge Lorenzo won the race.

In 2014 Marquez raised the bar again, with his red-hot form from the first Grand Prix at Qatar taking him to ten successive victories in the ten opening rounds. By round 15 in Japan the remarkable young Spaniard had secured his second successive MotoGP title, with three races remaining.

2015 would not be the same fairy tale season as Marquez failed to finish on six occasions, the 2015 Honda a difficult beast to tame. Some hope came when he reverted to the 2014 frame in Assen but much of the year would be over shadowed as he and Valentino Rossi’s friendship rapidly deteriorated, reaching a climax in Sepang.

Despite the hardships Marquez took five wins and third in the championship. In 2016 he aimed to bounce back with the MotoGP™ Championship switching to Michelin rubber.

Size Guide

THE SIZE GUIDE THAT YOU CAN SEE BELOW SHOWS YOU HOW TO CONVERT SIZES OF OUR PRODUCTS. MEASURES ARE INDICATED IN CM 

The sizes below are measured from arm pit to arm pit, to get UK sizes double the size then divide by 2.5 

 

MAN'S T-SHIRT AND POLO

 

Size S M L XL XXL
Chest 48,5 50,5 52,5 55,5 59,5
Length 70 71,5 73 75 77
Shoulders 42 44 46 49 53

 

MAN'S FLEECE AND JACKET

 

Size S M L XL XXL
Chest 53 55 57 59 61
Length 66 68 70 72 74
Shoulders 47 49 51 53 55

 

MAN'S PANTS

 

Size M L XL
EUR Size 44 46 48

 

WOMEN'S T-SHIRT

 

Size XS S M L XL
Chest 40 41,5 43 44,5 46
Length 56 58 60 62 64
Shoulders 33 34 35 36 37

 

WOMEN'S TOP

 

Size XS S M L XL
Chest 37 38,5 40 41,5 43
Length 58 60 62 64 66

 

WOMEN'S FLEECE

 

Size XS S M L XL
Chest 42 44 46 48 50
Length 60 62 64 66 68
Shoulders 35 37 39 41 43

 

KID'S T-SHIRT AND POLO

 

Size 0/1 2/3 4/5 6/7 8/9 10/11
Chest 28,5 31,5 34,5 37,5 40,5 43,5
Length 37 40,5 44 47,5 51,5 56
Shoulders 22,5 24,5 26,5 28,5 30,5 32,5

 

KID'S FLEECE

 

Size 0/1 2/3 4/5 6/7 8/9 10/11
Chest 28,5 31,5 34,5 37,5 40,5 43,5
Length 37 40,5 44 47,5 51,5 56
Shoulders 26 28 30 32 34 35