Sparco Sprint SFI 5 Racing Suit, Standard Cuff
One-Piece Suit Style, 3.2A/5 Suit SFI Rating, CIK-FIA 8856-2000 Suit FIA Rating, Nomex
The Sparco Sprint 2020 is the latest evolution of the Sprint which has been redesigned with significant upgrades. The Sprint has always offered tremendous fire protection, style and value. The new two-layer construction is lighter and more breathable than the previous model. The Sprint has pre-curved full floating sleeves and multiple stretch panels for better mobility and comfort. The Sprint is a classic mono-color suit with subtle contrasting colors. Available in standard cuff or boot cuff in five colors: black, black/red, red/black, blue/black and navy/white. Sizes from 48 to 66. The Sprint is FIA 8856-2000 and SFI 3.2A/5 approved.
- Standard cuffs
- Full-floating sleeves
- Pre-Curved arms
- Ultra-soft knit cuffs
- Multiple stretch panels for comfort
- SFI 3.2A/5 and FIA 8856-2000 Approved
Available in sizes 48-66
How do I clean / wash my firesuit?
Sparco recommends dry cleaning your suit to preserve the life of your safety garment for as long as possible. Your Sparco Race suit should be treated with the same respect as your Sunday Suit. After each driving session, please remove the suit whenever possible and hang dry to remove moisture and to prevent grease/oil from staining the suit while working on your car.
Washing instructions: If you wash your suit, Sparco recommends hand washing or washing it in on a delicate cycle in the washing machine inside a garment wash bag with COLD water. Please make sure that the belt and collar are closed on the suit, to prevent the velcro from causing damage to the nomex fabric. Woolite soap is recommended as it is a non-abrasive detergent. DO NOT use bleach or anything similar. When drying the suit, always let the suit drip dry, indoors (out of the sunlight).
Sparco Sizing Chart (Link)
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