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Spidi Supersonic Pro Perforated Race Suit

$1,199.00 $900.00




The Supersonic Pro is the latest addition in Spidi's collection of track-focused race suits. Ushering in an unprecedented level of comfort and toughness, construction begins with 1.1-1.3mm Italian cowhide. Large, unbroken panels of leather are then joined with high-tenacity nylon stretch panels. CE Level 1 armor for shoulders, elbows, hips and knees is included, and the suit will accept Spidi's Warrior style chest and back  protectors (sold separately). Mobility at the impact zones is achieved with accordion leather flex panels, as found at the upper knees and shoulders. Localized perforation and arrangements for an optional hydration bladder and straw help you keep your cool. A removable mesh liner makes upkeep on the Supersonic Pro Suit a breeze. 


  • Full grain 1.2-1.3mm thickness cowhide
  • High-Flow vents on shoulders and back
  • Removable mesh inner liner
  • CE Force Tech protectors on elbows and knees
  • Flex Tenax 6.6 nylon panels for perfect fit
  • Removable CE Level 1 knee protectors
  • Fixed CE Level 1 hip protectors  
  • Accepts optional Warrior back and chest protectors (sold separately)
  • External knee and elbow sliders
  • Neoprene inserts on neck and wrist area
  • Can be equipped with Hydroback hydration system inside racing hump
  • Meets certification for Pr En 17092-2: 2017 Class AAA protective riding garments 
  • Leather tanned in Italy
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