Crow Racing Gloves Dirt Circle Track Drag Race Car Wissota Nascar Mini Sprint on 2040-parts.com
Rapid City, South Dakota, United States
CROW RACING GLOVES
Made with Satin Suede with Flame-Retardant Interior
DRIVING GLOVES Two Layers Of Nomex®, Sewn with Nomex® Thread, Extra Padding on Palm and Knuckle,
SFI 5 Approved
The Crow Racing Gloves are a high quality glove for the budget minded racer.
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AVAILABLE SIZES: SMALL, MED, LARGE, XLARGE - SIZE CHART BELOW
AVAILABLE COLORS: BLACK, BLUE AND RED
SFI 5 APPROVED
Purchase any other Crow item and I can combine shipping.
Glove Size Chart
||To find glove size, make a loose fist, wrap a
tape measure over knuckles around the largest part of hand, excluding
||6.0" - 6.5"|
||7.5" - 8.0"|
||8.0" - 9.0"|
||9.5" - 10.5"|
||10.5" - 11.5"||
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