With the 2019 MXGP season kicking into gear, it's the perfect time to check out the latest gear to hit the track. Here we check out the best rider looks from the MXGP of Patagonia-Argentina and how you can replicate their style.
Henry Jacobi wearing the Leatt GPX 6.5 Neck Brace (click here) on his way to fifth in Argentina. The German rider also showcased the new MoistureCool 3D stretch mesh material, which can be found on the Leatt GPX 4.5 X-Flow MX (click here) range
MXGP veteran Clement Desalle has long trusted the Alpinestars Tech 10 boots (click here). Created with the highest standards of safety, flexibility and comfort these boots have the lowest profile on the market and the slim design gives great control of both the brake pedal and the gear lever.
Antonio Cairoli wearing the Answer AR-3 Gloves (click here) and ProGrip 3303 Vista Cross Goggles (click here) on his way to winning both races in Argentina.
Tim Gajser and his Honda CRF450RW uses the Yoshimura RS-9 (click here), which gives him a higher performance across the registry and a louder sound! The combination of carbon fibre and titanium provides a complete system that is reliable for both performance and quality.
Jorge Prado wearing the Sidi Crossfire 3 SRS Boots (click here) on his way to taking the overall at the MXGP of Argentina.