Spyder Performance GS Race Suit

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The Women's Performance GS Race Suit with new graphics includes modern geometry and Spyder's signature web pattern. Constructed with advanced performance materials, Spyder quality, and an anatomically designed fit, competitors don't stand a chance. Transform into a webbed racer, taking the slopes by storm. You will bring down the house in this awesomely designed, race effective, Performance GS Race Suit. This Spyder suit created for male ski racers is a definite must for your next run. With this performance suit, your enhancements will be highly noticeable. This race suit is anatomically designed, with style and poise in mind. Created with micro polyester knit banded to a breathable laminate, you will be comfortable and get the amount of flexibility required to race down your favorite hill. Although the special Spyder design created for the Performance GS Race suit provides a unique style, it is also engineered with a sublimation print. For your safety and comfort when approaching the gates, the suit is equipped with forearm, upper arm, thigh and knee pads. These pads are also easily removable for the daring type who feels no pain! This Spyder race suit for men even passes the 30ml FIS test.

- Altrec Outdoors

Spyder Performance GS Race Suit

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The Spyder Performance GS Race Suit is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 6, 2012 at Altrec Outdoors.

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