Speedway Fire Retardant Socks, White, Size Small
White, Nomex, Unisex Gender, Adult Age Group
- Designed to add a safe and comfortable layer underneath your racing suit
- Socks are made from a comfortable blend and are designed to cover mid-calf
- Features a unisex design and are available in sizes ranging from S-XXL
Add a safe and comfortable layer underneath your racing suit with Speedway Nomex fire retardant socks. These Nomex socks are made from a comfortable blend and are designed to cover mid-calf. Be comfortable and protected with Speedway fire retardant socks.
- Nomex fire retardant material
- Not SFI certified
- White in color
- Sold as a pair
- Small: 6 to 8-1/2
- Medium: 8 to 9-1/2
- Large: 9 to 11
- XL: 10 to 13
- XXL: 13 - up
- Get FREE shipping when your order includes this item and exceeds $99! Ground shipping only in the contiguous US.
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