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Spidi Track Replica Evo Race Suit

$1,699.00 $1,200.00




The Spidi Track Replica EVO Race Suit takes origin from Spidi's experience with MotoGP riders during their "Winter Test" sessions. Working closely with racers through the development process, Spidi has patented the design of the removable and adjustable Warrior Technology sliders found on the EVO Race's elbows. This suit is tailored with premium Italian cowhide leather that measures 1.2-1.3mm thick. Combined with panels of stretch and neoprene for comfort, the EVO Race Suit promises freedom of motion, style and focus. Protectors also include adjustable CE Level 1 elbow, shoulder, knee and hip armor. Spidi's Warrior chest and back armor are available as options. Whether you are Honda red or Ducati rosso, the Evo Race Suit will carry you across the finish line with style and protection. 


  • Full grain 1.2-1.3mm thickness cowhide
  • High-Flow vents on shoulders and back
  • Removable mesh inner liner
  • Removable CE Level 1 Force Tech protectors on elbows and knees
  • Flex Tenax 6.6 nylon panels for perfect fit
  • Removable CE Level 1 shoulder and fixed 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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