Our Nomex custom race suit Multi-Layer SFI 3-2A/15 by RJS
Nomex® RJS Elite Multi-Layer Race Suit constructed with Nomex® and Kevlar blends.
Ultra light Nomex fabric for maximum comfort and freedom of movement while racing.
Box Channel-Quilting with Nomex matching color thread to help keep you cool.
This RJS SFI-15 suit is standard with full arm movement 360° shoulder gussets (robotic arms).
NASCAR Pant Cuffs (Straight Hidden Boot Cuffs)
Flexible back design for enhanced comfort and mobility.
Black Nomex Jacket Cuffs
60 TPP Value Fire Resistance
So this fire suit is recommended for drag racing or land speed record competition (Bonneville Salt Flats, El Mirage etc).
3 Color Choices
What is Nomex?
Over the years, the lessons learned at the track literally trials by fire have helped the race industry improve every aspect of managing the threat of fire and protecting the people who provide the drama and spectacle of race. Race apparel made with NOMEX® is at the core of this safety improvement.
That's because racing apparel of DuPont® NOMEX® brand fiber plays a pivotal role in providing the valuable seconds race professionals need to escape and survive flash fires that result from both on-track collisions and pit accidents. And, this protection is long lasting. Whether it is found in protective suits, underwear, socks or gloves, the exceptional flame resistance provided by NOMEX® cannot be washed out or worn away.
Race gear of NOMEX® is inherently flame-resistant, which means its resistance to flame is built into the fiber. It also will not sustain combustion in air or melt when exposed to flame. Because NOMEX® carbonizes and becomes thicker when exposed to intense heat, it forms a protective barrier between the heat source and the skin. This unique reaction to intense heat provides valuable escape time when flash fires occur and protects wearers against them.
NOMEX® delivers confidence while managing heat and flames head on.
When protective apparel is tested on THERMO-MAN, all systems are go
THERMO-MAN is one of the most advanced test methods for evaluating burn injury potential and measuring protective apparel performance. This scientific evaluation system for thermal burn injury is a six-foot, one-inch-tall manikin equipped with 122 heat sensors. THERMO-MAN can be exposed to various fire hazards through controlled burns to test burn protection properties of garment constructions, fabric weights, material types and garment design styles. Results predict the amount, degree and location of burn injuries that would be sustained by the wearer in a flash fire. DuPont scientists use this information to help apparel manufacturers develop optimum custom designs in lightweight, flame-resistant suits that equip drivers, pit crews, rescue teams and track officials with garments that are comfortable and provide the best thermal protection possible.
And the suit is just part of these professionals' protection. One of the most effective ways they enhance their safety on the track is to increase the number of layers they wear. Because it provides thorough body coverage from neck to wrists to ankles, long johns of
NOMEX® is one of several layers driver and pit crews put on before race time.