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Thread: Where to buy MotoGP gear?

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    Default Where to buy MotoGP gear?

    Seems the good stuff is only from overseas, or if you buy a shirt made from a T-shirt website.
    Which I am sure is breaking some laws there? I am not sure. If I was to do that I would just make my own shirts and design them.

    Where does everyone get there stuff?
    "If you have to sign a wavier, it is probably worth doing."

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    Like what? Specific racer fan stuff, like VR/46? Alpinestars/Lorenzo stuff? Or just MotoGP logo stuff?
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    Racer Stuff, she loves Rossi. Go figure......

    I wouldn't mind a hat or a shirt but I am not tied to anyone rider, I like several of them.
    I checked Motoliberty's site but they didn't show anything.

    Only site I saw worth anything was from the GP website direct.
    "If you have to sign a wavier, it is probably worth doing."

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    www.speedgear.com

    Note that sizes run small since an XL Your-A-Pee-In in not the same as an American.
    Pete

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    So......

    small = ex small
    Medium = small
    Large = Medium
    XL = Large

    ????

    I'll tell the wife, thanks a lot!
    "If you have to sign a wavier, it is probably worth doing."

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    Brandon
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    Try grandprixlegends.com or clintonenterprises.com
    Shippings a killer but I love my IOMTT Legends Honda gear. Super quality stuff
    Robert
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