Finishline 2-Layer SFI-5 Racing Jacket, Grey Medium
Jacket Only Suit Style, 3.2A/5 Suit SFI Rating, Fire Retardant Cotton, 2 Layers, Gray
This is garage sale priced because it is discolored and slightly dirty.
These Finishline two-layer racing jackets offer great looks with top of the line protection for your upper half. They are SFI 3.2A/5 certified for the ultimate value when it comes to racing suits without breaking the bank. Sure to stand up to your next race day challenge, all Finishline fire suits incorporate burn prevention FR Cotton material, designed for racers involved in organizations that do not require Nomex material. All cotton suits feature a special flame resistant treatment for an increased level of safety. Tested and trusted, Finishline double layer racing jackets are sure to provide safety for racers at all levels, with a value that can't be matched.
- Two layers of flame retardant cotton material
- Available in Gray
- Checkerboard design
- Certified SFI-5
- Standard collar with FR hook and loop closure
- Made from a F-R (flame retardant) cotton material
- Safe for machine washing
- Provides safety for racers at all levels
- Available in size: M
Sizing Chart (GIF)
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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Q & A
EMi Employee Frank and Speedway Motors employee Jeremy demonstrate how to properly measure for a race suit.
Jason Martin is in the pits at 305 Racesaver Nationals talking to racers about topics they would like more information on. Watch this video to learn how to install a fire suppression system to help keep you safe!
After reaching out to a few parents of youth drivers, McKenna has compiled 3 major crucial safety tips that are often times neglected in youth racing. Find out what parents wish they would've known about safety gear before their child started racing.
It's important to use the right method when you're cleaning fire resistant material. We can show you the recommended procedure to ensure the durability and integrity of your suit through its entire lifecycle.
Fire suits are constructed from a variety of fire resistant materials. We can teach you the difference between the most common suits like Nomex and fire resistant cotton such as Proban.
What does McKenna wear at the track? Fire suits and helmets are a given, but under garments are not as well known. Find out why she chooses to wear 'underwear' and the importance of them.
A routine weekly maintenance checklist to perform between each race in order to keep a clean and efficient race car at the track.