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Alpine Stars 3355617-10-52 Delta Racing Suit, Size 52
Alpine Stars 3355617-10-52 Delta Racing Suit, Size 52

Alpine Stars 3355617-10-52 Delta Racing Suit, Size 52

Oval Track Cars, One-Piece Suit Style, 3.2A/5 Suit SFI Rating, Aramidic, 2 Layers, Black

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Alpine Stars 3355617-10-52 Delta Racing Suit, Size 52
Alpine Stars 3355617-10-52 Delta Racing Suit, Size 52
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Suit Style:
One-Piece
Suit SFI Rating:
3.2A/5
Suit Material Type:
Aramidic
Layers:
2
Color:
Black
Age Group:
Adult
Gender:
Unisex
Standard Suit Size:
Large
Metric Suit Size (Euro):
52-54
MFG. Part #:
3355617-10-52
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This is Garage Sale priced because it has been tried on and returned, there is some pet hair on this suit.

A comfortable, close-fitting performance racing suit which incorporates excellent safety features and technically innovative materials, the Delta Suit is certified to FIA homologation standards. Lightweight and anatomically optimized, the Delta features new colorways.

  • Certified to FIA (FIA: 8856-2000) and SFI (SFI: 3.2A/5) standards
  • Advanced two-layer construction for weight saving and improved heat-resistance performance.
  • 100% aramidic outer layer provides excellent resistance to heat, plus aramidic lining for maximum heat transfer protection.
  • Anatomical arm, leg and torso paneling patterned for optimum driving position fit.
  • Internal flat seams reduce pressure points in the suit for a more comfortable driving experience.
  • Adjustable collar and elasticized waist for precise and secure fit.
  • Fully floating arm construction for unrestricted performance.
  • Alpinestars shoulder epaulette construction to facilitate effective extraction of driver in event of a crash.
  • Ribbed, stretchable wrist and foot cuffs (boot cut version features hemmed foot cuff finish).
  • Unobtrusive patch thigh pockets for convenient storage.

Alpinestars Suit Sizing Chart (GIF)

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