Alpinestars ZX Evo Balaclava
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Alpinestars introduces the new ZX Series EVO Bacalava. Bacalava layers are constructed with Lenzing FR, which is an innovative natural viscose fiber that affords exceptional flame resistance and protection against heat transfer. This Formula 1 specification underwear is extremely lightweight and thin, while being incredibly soft to the touch for greatly enhanced comfort when wearing a driving suit.
- Special material formulation is more breathable and has better elastic properties than conventional fabrics
- Lightweight and seamless tubular torso construction ensures maximum driving comfort with minimal material encumbrance
- Elongated rear profile for improved fit in the seated position
- Fabric construction is soft to the touch ensuring a pleasant feel against the skin
- Available in one size
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