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2013 Impact 34013 G4 Racing Gloves
2013 Impact 34013 G4 Racing Gloves

2013 Impact 34013 G4 Racing Gloves

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2013 Impact 34013 G4 Racing Gloves
2013 Impact 34013 G4 Racing Gloves
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This is garage sale priced because it has been discontinued.

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Impact's G4 gloves are oft-knit Nomex construction and 3/4 seams for a perfect fit and feel. The wrap-around palm patch and split knuckle guard provide for added comfort and abrasion resistance while the form-fitting suede lining offers maximum wheel grip. Sized specifically for junior hands, the Junior glove also features a hook and loop closure with a zig-zag patterned elastic gauntlet ensuring the gloves stay comfortably in place over the driving suit.

  • Manufacturer certified to comply with the SFI Foundation's 3.3/5 Specification
  • Constructed of super soft hand-forming suede with a knit fire-retardant shell.
  • Unpadded wrap-around palm patch and split-knuckle guard for extra comfort and abrasion resistance.
  • 3/4 knit FR wrap-around finger seams for a seamless fit and feel.
  • Standard gauntlet with cuff forearm.
  • Hook and loop adjustable wrist closure.
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