Lightweight SFI-1 Rated Driving SuitAvailable in either a one piece suit, or a jacket/pants combo, RaceQuip's single layer driving suits are manufactured from Pyrovatex FRC material. Pyrovatex provides excellent flame and heat protection at a low cost. It also retains a cotton-like softness and breathability, and will wick moisture away from your body. With proper suit care, the Pyrovatex treated suit will remain flame retardant past its useful life span. All RaceQuip suits are constructed with heavy-duty, multi-needle, over-lock safety stitch machines to provide superior seam strength. They feature a heavy-duty, two-way YKK zipper built on FR tape, and attached with a double overlap for a secure front opening. The high-back collar, leg and arm cuffs, epaulets and beltline are all colored black to give the suit a unique look and style. The pleated back panel provides freedom of movement. The pants/lower half feature deep bag pockets and an adjustable euro-style belt. Available in black, red, or blue with black arm and leg stripes. SFI 3.2A/1 Certified Features
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