Sparco Eagle OG-8.2 Racing Suit
Due to an error at the factory, a batch of Eagle suits was produced using the slightly thicker Victory Hocotex material instead of the normal Eagle material. This means that, while supplies last, you can get all of the comfort and performance features of Sparco's class-leading Eagle RS-8.2 Racing Suit at a fraction of the price!
Since its inception, the Eagle line of racing suits has demonstrated the superior breathability and weight savings gained with the use of Sparco's Hocotex single layer fabric. The latest generation of this suit, the Sparco Eagle RS-8.2, is a natural evolution of the original design featuring even more weight-savings and vastly improved ergonomics and fit. Full length stretch material on the sides of the suit meld seamlessly into a large lower-back stretch panel for unparalled fit. Preformed sleeves continue the emphasis on ergonomics to allow for maximum dexterity when driving.
Sparco's innovative Hocotex material is used for the majority of the suit. FIA Homologated to the 8856-2000 rating, the Hocotex fire-retardant weave features the thickness and feel of a single-layer suit through an intricate honeycomb structure that creates thousands of protective microcapsules throughout the suit fabric. The RS-8.2 then adds overlapping high-wear fabric at the legs and arms to increase durability without sacrificing bulk or comfort. Nomex 4-way stretch panels are then strategically placed to create a complete package of ergonomics and fit.
|Fabric:||Meta Aramide (Fire Resistant)|
|Fabric Weight:||330/360 gr/sqm|
• Hocotex Single Layer technology is FIA certified for competition use.
• Excellent breathability over comparable models.
• Hidden pocket
• Full length, 4-way stretch panels.
• Stealth grab handles concealed by classic epaulettes.
Sizing Tips: A Driving Suit should have a loose, comfortable fit and allow for a full range of motion. Make sure the fit doesn't change when sitting down! A suit that fits tightly may sacrifice the protective layer of air between the suit and your skin/underwear and can potentially decrease the level of protection provided by your suit. Driving suits do not "break-in" or stretch over time.