G-FORCE GF505 Racing Suit Jacket
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InfoThe GF505 is G-FORCE's most popular suit available in an SFI-5 rating. They ask any driver to compare the 505 suit to the competitors. This suit goes above and beyond what you have come to expect from an entry-level multi-layer suit. Comes with standard epaulets, belt with loops, matching Nomex cufffs, arm stripes, and a large chest billboard with contrasting piping. The Pyrovatex outer layer of this suit is available in attractive Red, Black, or Blue. All with white stripes across the chest and down the arms.
All seams are Safety Stitched to help limit seam failure. The interior of the 505 suit is lined with the world renowned CoolQuilt liner. Dry = Cool and this liner keeps you dry. The built in Abzorb-A-Line draws the moisture from the body and keeps the driver's body temperature down. Never before, has your average weekend racer been able to so easily afford a suit with a TPP near 30. The days of a racer pinching pennies on his driver suits are over.
- SFI 3.2A/5 Rating
- TPP 26 Rating
- Pyrovatex® Fabric
- Nomex® Cuffs
- White billboard trimmed in contrasting piping
- White arm stripes
- Sizes: Small - XXXL
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Learn more about SFI and TPP Ratings by reading our tech article. What are SFI and TPP Ratings?
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