Finishline Qualifier Single Layer Racing Suit Pants SFI-1 Flame Retardant
These Finishline pants are part of the Qualifier suit and offer top of the line protection for your lower half. They are SFI 3.2A/1 certified and feature a stylish checkered stripe on the side. Sure to stand up to your next race day challenge, all Finishline fire suits incorporate burn prevention FR Cotton material, designed for racers involved in organizations that do not require Nomex material. All cotton suits feature a special flame resistant treatment for an increased level of safety. Tested and trusted, Finishline Qualifier pants are sure to provide safety for racers at all levels, with a value that can't be matched.
- Single layer
- Available in Black, Red or Blue
- Certified SFI-1
- Checkerboard strip on each leg
- Inset pockets
- Ankle cuffs made with Nomex providing a snug fit
- Made from a F-R (flame retardant) cotton material
- Safe for machine washing
- Provides safety for racers at all levels
- Available in sizes: Small to XXXXL
Sizing Chart (GIF)
Learn more about SFI and TPP Ratings by reading our tech article. What are SFI and TPP Ratings?
Learn how to properly wash and care for your fire racing suit by reading our tech article; Racing Suit Cleaning and Care.
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