All-new drag-racing specific safety gear from Stand 21

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French manufacturer Stand 21 has announced a number of additions to its drag-racing suit lines, which have won a substantial number of Top Fuel and Funny-Car NHRA events in the seven years since their introduction.

The La Couture Dragster (left) and Air-S Dragster (right) embrace the acclaimed technology of their ST3020 HSC predecessor, while introducing new options which are adapted to different morphologies and will guarantee customers an ‘optimized visual aspect’, regardless of requirements or needs, all with the customization and made-to-measures options that have built the Stand 21 reputation.

Technically, the brand’s proprietary pAIRformance fabric is still on top of these SFI 3.2A / 20 certified models, providing unmatched breathability levels and a high degree of stretch-ability to never restrict body motions.

Visually, the La Couture Dragster suit provides a unique and immediately noticeable look compared to all other available suits on the market, while the Air-S Dragster offers a remarkable evolution of the classic ST3020 HSC. Moreover, Stand 21 is offering a wide-range of personalization options for its drag-racing gloves and boots.

Another new addition to the Stand 21 range of equipment is the new Dragster Evo boot; reinforced at the tip and heel for durability and now available with a wide range of customization options. Customers can choose the shoe’s main colors from a range of fifteen shades to be arranged according to their respective wishes, as well as customize the inside colors, that of the soles, laces and of course display your own embroidery. Available in sizes 36 to 47, and meeting of course, the SFI 3.3/20 standard. Stand 21 has also extended its customization to its drag racing gloves, providing teams and sponsors with ever-increasing visibility, available from a single pair.

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