Alpinestars Nomex Socks
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Alpinestars Nomex® underwear provides a safe and comfortable layer underneath your suit, boots, and helmet. The Nomex® series complies with FIA regulations and is a must at all levels of auto competition.
- Complies with FIA 8856-2000 and SFI 3.3 homologation standards
- 180gr 100% Nomex® construction for maximum safety
- Kevlar® thread included in the fabric texture for softer feel
- Flat seam construction to reduce pressure points
- Interlock wave construction for enhanced comfort
- Fabric stretches for a close and comfortable fit and to reduce bunching under the suit
- Knee length socks are 180gr 100% Nomex® for maximum safety
Learn more about SFI and TPP Ratings by reading our tech article. What are SFI and TPP Ratings?
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