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For a limited time receive FREE BEAST 2+ (40 gram bar) race wax valued at $55.00 with the purchase of any current 2016-2017 season race suit. Highly fluorinated and developed for top race performance in a broad range of snow temperatures 14°-32°F. Well-suited for most race conditions.
Images for Reference Only - Grey/Blue & Union/Sulfur suit images show the World Cup model, which differ in pad placement and material. Refer to the Red/White/Blue and Red suit images for pad placement.
Constructed with removable pads, this anatomically designed Spyder Performance GS Suit offers the best in GS protection, versatility, and intense performance.
- Padded GS Ski Racing Suit
- Anatomically designed contour fit
- Micro Polyester Knit Bonded to a Breathable Laminate
- Easily removable forearm, upper arm, thigh and knee pads
- Data card pocket inside
- Front stretch zipper
- Thumb anchors
- Gripper elastic at hem
- Passes 30ml FIS test
- Unisex Sizing
- Conforms to FIS logo printed on lower left leg
Spyder Men's Race Suit Sizing Guide
|Height (inches)||53 - 56||56 - 63||63 - 67||67 - 70||70 - 73||73+|
Sizing of Race Suits
Speed suits fit by our size charts will initially be quite snug and require assistance stretching over the shoulders. However, the fabric "relaxes" after several uses to conform comfortably to your body. A new suit sized for initial comfort will stretch out and become oversized after the "break-in" period.
Race Suit Fabric
These highly elastic knit fabrics are not as abrasion resistant as woven fabrics. Contact with abrasive surfaces such as Velcro should be avoided. Prints on these fabrics are usually done on a white base and only penetrate the surface of the material. Some of the underlying white may show through areas of stretch. "Wear and Tear" is normal in stretch fabrics and may include pilling, cuts from ski/snowboard edges, and fabric burns from hitting gates at high speeds.
New FIS Race Suit Rules
Customarily is has been the responsibility of the athlete to send their race suit to a National Association to test for porosity and FIS compliance. A little metal tag called a “plomb” was attached to the leg of the suit after passing the test. Beginning this 2016/17 season, a new marking method will be used in the form of a printed logo on the back of the leg of approved suits.
Either method will be accepted through the end of the 2017/18 season. Beginning with the 2018-19 FIS race season all suits must have a FIS logo printed on the back of the left leg. Race suits with a plomb will no longer be acceptable at FIS races. See FIS SPECIFICATIONS FOR COMPETITION EQUIPMENT AND COMMERCIAL MARKINGS for full details.