The K1 SFI-1 Triumph 2 Women's Suit is the same suit as our standard Triumph 2 Suit, but now available in both Black/Pink and Black/Purple styles as well as the standard Black/White and Black/Red. It has the same great features and value as you expect from K1!
Constructed from single-layer Proban cotton, the Triumph 2 Suit is a great choice for individuals who require a racing suit meeting the stringent SFI 3.2A/1 certification standards. The Triumph 2 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.
This single layer SFI race suit is an affordable, high quality fire suit that is perfect for novice and experienced racers. This suit provides superb protection in the event of a fire thanks to its SFI 3.2A/1 certification and TPP Rating of 10.2 and is designed to meet the needs of racers at an extremely competitive price. Product Details:
- 1-Layer PROBAN Construction
- SFI 3.2A/1 Certified
- TPP Rating of 10.2
- Adjustable Velcro Closure on belt and collar
- Flexible elastic waist back
- Knit shoulder gusset for full range of movement
- Zipper Front
- Boot-cuff Leg
This suit is now available in several new styles:
- Black/White - Available in all sizes
- Black/Red - Available in sizes Small to 3X-Large
- Black/Pink - Available in Sizes 7X-Small to 2X-Large
- Black/Purple - Available in Sizes 7X-Small to 3X-Large
Features of Proban Cotton:
This SFI racing fire suit is made from Proban cotton, which is a fantastic alternative to Nomex. Developed in the 1950s, Proban (PROBAN) is a fire retardant chemical that can be applied to cotton and other cellulosic fabrics. In the event of exposure to fire, Proban cotton decomposes as it burns, forcing fire damage into a localized charred section that serves as a barrier. Proban has no afterglow, does not smolder and does not allow the spread of fire outside of the immediately affected area, greatly reducing the risk of injury. Another benefit of Proban is that it does not affect the physical properties of the fabric that it is applied to, as there is no chemical reaction between the two elements. Proban fabrics are used for protective purposes in industrial, military, civilian and racing applications, and have developed a proven reputation as a dependable fire retardant material.