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Jr. Dragster - Custom Banox SFI 3-2A/1 Details

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Banox® SFI-1 custom Junior Dragster fire suits are constructed of a single layer of durable Banox® FR3 fabric which maintains cool comfort and has the feel of cotton. It also delivers excellent fire retardant properties.Fire Suit These suits are manufactured in the U.S. and exceed SFI 3.2A/1 specifications. Constructed with Banox material and heavy-duty YKK zippers, tex 50 Nomex® thread used at all stress area seams to create a sturdy U.S. custom styled suit. All custom RaceQuip suits are made in the U.S.A. and constructed with heavy-duty, multi-needle, over-lock safety stitch machines to provide exceptional seam strength. 1 piece (jumpsuit style) racing suits come standard with Action Pleats in the back. The arms and legs are finished with double knit Nomex® ankle and wrist cuffs.

Racing suit shown at left is a custom style # 2 two piece.


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Fire Resistant Racing Suit

BanoxBanox®? What's That? Durable and rugged Banox® FR3 material is manufactured in the United States of America and is 100% cotton fabric with fire retardant properties that lasts the life of the garment. It maintains the cool comfort and feel of cotton for an enjoyable driving experience, yet offers excellent fire protection. Banox® fire resistant material is manufactured using a unique flame-retarding process that lasts the life of the garment without reducing the wear life below that of ordinary untreated cotton. These fabrics cost less than any other 100% cotton flame-resistant garment with permanent flame-resistance, and are best suited for racing environments where initial cost is a prime consideration and garments are expected to last 2-3 years or longer.




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