For anyone who drives an open cockpit car, RaceQuip Arm Restraints are a must. They are manufactured from premium polypropylene webbing and incorporate high grade steel hardware. The standard arm restraint design utilizes 2" webbing for the cuffs, which are adjustable from 7" to 15" in circumference. 1" webbing is utilized for the tethers that are attached to the cuffs, which are adjustable in length out to 15" in length. This allows the arm restraints to be used with both youth and adult racers. The steel ring at the end of the tether is designed to fit over your shoulder or lap belt harness end. Features
High Strength Non-SFI Arm Restraints Keep Your Arms In Place While Racing
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