OMP OS-10 Proban Race Suit

OMP OS-10 Proban Race Suit
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  • SFI 3.2A/1 Approved
  • Shoulder Extraction Handles
  • Single Layer Proban Fabric Suit
  • Our Price:  £154.30(Exc. 20% VAT)(£185.16 Inc. VAT)
      
      

    Part Number:  IA01904071S


    OMP Proban race suit. A single layer entry level fire retardent race suit. Manufactured using a single layer of Proban, flame retardent fabric. It featured a double back pleat and an elacticated lower back panel for additional driver comfort.

    This entry level suit is popular with various forms of motorsport, including Autograss and Oval track racing, but they are also a sensible choice for mechanics in the pit lane and service area, perhaps for anyone refuelling, as well as for home use on go-karts, light aircraft and even those playing with fuel powered radio controlled cars etc. The suit also features a Velcro waistline belt and neck strap, well sized hip pockets and soft knit wrist and ankle cuffs, with contrasting driver extraction shoulder handles.

    SFI 3.2A/1 Approved


  • SFI 3.2A/1 Approved
  • Shoulder Extraction Handles
  • Single Layer Proban Fabric Suit
  • Flexible Lower Back Panel Fabric
  • A Very Popular Entry Level Suit

  • OMP - RACESUIT SIZE CHART

    SUIT SIZE SIZE CHEST (CM) CHEST (") WAIST (CM) WAIST (") HIPS (CM) HIPS (") HEIGHT (CM) HEIGHT (") WEIGHT (KG) WEIGHT (lbs)
    44 XS 87-90 34-35½ 75-78 29½-30½ 87-90 34-35½ 155-165 64½-65 61-65 134-143
    46 S 91-94 35½-37 79-82 31-32 91-94 35½-37 160-170 63-66½ 60-70 132-154
    48 S 95-98 37½-38½ 83-86 32½-33½ 95-98 37½-38½ 165-175 65-68½ 65-75 143-165
    50 M 99-102 39-40 87-90 34-35 99-102 39-40 170-180 67-70½ 70-80 154-176
    52 M 103-106 40½-41½ 91-94 35½-37 103-106 40½-41½ 173-183 68-72 75-85 165-187
    54 L 107-110 42-43 95-98 37-38½ 107-110 42-43 177-187 69½-73½ 83-88 183-194
    56 L 111-114 43½-44½ 99-102 39-40 111-114 43½-44½ 182-190 71½-74½ 85-92 187-202
    58 XL 115-118 45-46½ 103-106 40½-41½ 115-118 45-46½ 185-195 72½-76½ 87-95 191-209
    60 XL 119-122 46½-48 107-110 42-43 119-122 46½-48 187-198 73½-78 90-100 198-220
    62 XXL 123-126 48½-49½ 111-114 43½-44½ 123-126 48½-49½ 190-200 74½-78½ 95-110 209-242
    64 XXL 127-130 50-51 115-119 45-46½ 127-130 50-51 190-200 74½-78½ 105-115 231-253

    RACESUIT - SIZING HELP GUIDELINES

    Race suits that are sized XS, S, M, L, XL or XXL fall into the striped bands in the size charts. If ANY of the sizes you come up with when measuring parts of your body are on the limit of, or go over the size range you need to move into the next row below. So, even if all your sizes fall in the size 56 row except for one, for example, you need to move down into the next row, suit size 58, to ensure the correct levels of comfort and to avoid having any restricted movement.

    All measurements should be taken on your actual body and measured with a fabric tape. Record the actual measurement, don't add any girth for comfort, the manufacturers have allowed for this in their size charts. Remember not to assume your trouser size is your waistline size, the waistline needs to be the largest circumference around your middle, similarly, the chest size needs to be the largest circumference around your chest or the largest breast circumference for ladies.

    PLEASE NOTE:
    Please be aware that all these different suit brands are not the same as eachother, You NEED to take measurements of your body as stated above and then decide on the correct size, using the relevant brand size chart. DO NOT assume that because your last suit for example, was a size 56 from Alpinestars, that you will fit a size 56 from Sparco, this WILL NOT be the case...

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