Triumph Single Layer SFI Cotton Proban Fire Suit, Meets SFI 3.2A/1 Certification, Legal in Many Leagues including 1/4 Midgets, Bandeleros, Legends, SCCA Solo
If you are looking for a fire suit, our K1 SFI race suit is constructed from single-layer Proban cotton and is a great choice for individuals who don't require Nomex fabric. Meeting stringent SFI 3.2A/1 certification standards, our K1 single layer race suit is an ideal fire suit for a variety of racing classes, including dirt track and oval racing leagues such as Midgets, Quarter Midgets, Bandoleros, Sprint Cars, Legends, and Thunder Roadsters as well as sports car racing classes such as SCCA Solo and ProSolo. If you compete in one of these race classes and are looking for a new SFI race suit, our K1 fire suit is for you! If you would like to order this item, feel free to place it in your shopping cart for quick and convenient checkout or contact K1 Race Gear today for further assistance.
1-Layer, PROBAN Construction
SFI 3.2A/1 Certified
Velcro closure at belt and collar
Boot-cuff leg Our K1 single layer SFI race suit is an affordable, high quality fire suit that is perfect for novice and experienced racers.
If the race league that you compete in does not require Nomex fabric, our Proban cotton fire suit is the logical choice! Providing superb protection in the event of a fire thanks to its SFI 3.2A/1 certification and designed to meet the needs of racers at an extremely competitive price, we are confident that you will not be disappointed in our K1 SFI.1 race suit! Features and Benefits of Proban Cotton: Proban (PROBAN) was first developed in the 1950s and is a fire retardant chemical that can be applied to cotton and other cellulosic fabrics. The chemical in no way affects the physical properties of the fabric that it is applied to as there is no chemical reaction between the two elements. Proban fabrics enjoy widespread use in industrial, military, civilian and racing applications, and have developed a proven reputation as a tough, reliable fire retardant material. In the event of fire, Proban cotton decomposes and burns into a localized charred section that serves to act as a barrier. The fabric has no afterglow, does not smolder and flame does not spread outside of the immediately affected area, which means only fabric that is directly exposed to flame will burn.