Bell Pro Drive II Racing Suit-Two Piece-Single Layer
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Bell's Pro Drive single layer fire suit features great style and performance for those racers needing single layer protection. This driving suit features straight leg design and stretch inner arm gussets for comfort. The Bell Pro Drive racing suit is available black, blue and red.
- Single layer Proban Material
- Innovative Inner Collar Design
- Dual Reinforced Epaulets
- Durable Single Layer Construction
- 180 Stretch Inner Arm Gussets
- Straight Leg
- Elasticized Sides on Belt
- Front Pockets
- Constructed of Anti Flame III material
- SFI 3.2A/1 Rated
- TPP Rating of 10
- Helmet/shoes/gloves not included
Suit Features (Link)
Bell Suits Sizing Chart (Link)
Learn more about SFI and TPP Ratings by reading our tech article, What are SFI and TPP Ratings?
- Small 29"
- Medium 29.5"
- Large 30"
- XLarge 30.5"
- XXLarge 31"
What's In The KitEach kit from Speedway Motors is carefully packaged and delivered right to your door. Below is a list of all the items you should expect to receive when you order this kit. Some of these items may also be available for sale individually if you're here looking for replacement parts.
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Q & A
EMi Employee Frank and Speedway Motors employee Jeremy demonstrate how to properly measure for a race suit.
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