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Garage Sale - Alpinestars 3352116-1044-44 GP Pro Suit, Grey/Black, 44
Garage Sale - Alpinestars 3352116-1044-44 GP Pro Suit, Grey/Black, 44

Garage Sale - Alpinestars 3352116-1044-44 GP Pro Suit, Grey/Black, 44

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Garage Sale - Alpinestars 3352116-1044-44 GP Pro Suit, Grey/Black, 44
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This item is garage sale priced because it was used on a display.




Alpinestars GP Pro Racing suit features innovative, lightweight multi-layer construction for improved comfort levels and anatomical fit while giving garment greater excellent breathability. The anatomically optimized, multi-layer GP Pro Suit features advanced safety materials which offer highly effective heat transfer protection. Coming in a range of new colors, this extremely lightweight FIA and SFI homologated suit, which has been developed in Formula 1, WEC and NASCAR, has strategically placed stretch inserts for greater freedom of movement and performance.

  • 100% Nomex outer layer provides excellent resistance to heat
  • Certified SFI 3.2A level 5
  • Nomex-based mid-layer for maximum heat transfer protection
  • Aramidic fiber inner liner for additional heat-resistance performance, moisture-wicking and durability
  • Shoulder construction features additional padded panels for extra cushioning under HANS device and belts
  • Anatomical arm, leg and torso paneling patterned for optimum driving position fit
  • Lumber and back Nomex stretch panels for unrestricted movement and breathability
  • Alpinestars’ fully floating arm construction with stretchable knit fabric provides freedom of movement
  • Internal flat seams reduce pressure points in the suit for a more comfortable driving experience
  • Close-fitting design and adjustable collar and belted waist for precise fit
  • Comes in range of aggressive new colorways and design detailing
  • Alpinestars’ shoulder epaulette construction to facilitate effective extraction of driver in event of a crash
  • Ribbed, stretchable wrist and foot cuffs

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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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