SparcoPrime SP-16 Racing Suit
Lightest FIA Approved Suit in the World
The 2017 Prime SP-16 suit was made in collaboration with the Mclaren Honda F1 team and is the lightest FIA approved racing suit in the world. The Prime SP-16 has unparalleled technological features created in the Sparco R&D laboratories. The project involved optimizing every single detail in terms of material and construction. This includes an ultra slim zipper, soft seamless Nomex/Vicosa wrists and ankle cuffs, the neck and shoulder pads were further reduced, thinner thread was used and stitching flattened even more. The Prime SP-16 features a 3 layer construction of some of the some proprietary Sparco technology. The third outer layer is a double faced mesh made from original DuPont Nomex Comfort woven using Kompact system. The material contains a high percentage of antistatic fibers which provide extremely effective antistatic properties as well as breathability. The suit weighs only 240/270 gr per square meter. The Prime SP-16 features pre-curved arms and legs as well as strategic stretch panels which give the suit unbelievable comfort. The Prime SP-16 is available in grey or black in sizes 48-66. FIA 8856-2000 Approved.
- Lightest FIA approved suit in the world
- Exclusive DuPont Nomex fibers provide superior fire protection and comfort
- Pre-curved Arms and Legs
- Strategic Stretch panels
- Seamless arm and leg cuffs
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).
HOW DO I CLEAN / WASH MY KARTING SUIT?
Due to the nature of karting it is often necessary to wash or clean your karting suit. To help prevent oil, gas, and rubber stains on your suit, it is recommended to Scotchguard your karting suit to help it stay looking fresh and new. When it becomes necessary to clean your suit, it is recommended that you have your karting suit drycleaned, to extend the life of your suit. If you wash your suit, Sparco recommends hand washing or washing it 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 interior lining of the kart suit. 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). The karting suit will dry faster if turned inside out.