• Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest
  • Borbet Porsche race suit vest

    Borbet Porsche race suit vest

    Regular price $ 858.00
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    A historic piece of racing, repurposed for a new life. Piece PFRSC3-A (Borbet Porsche Race Suit Vest) utilizes a retired Sparco flameproof race suit, race-worn in a European Porsche Cup series throughout the late 90s and early 2000s. Starting off as a 1 piece suit, it was tailored into a 1 of 1 fully functional vest, while the arms and legs were utilized for pieces B-D.

    The Borbet Porsche Race Suit Vest is available and fits S-L. Kohl is 6.0ft tall 160lbs and layered the vest with a Medium Parc Fermé hoodie. Please see size chart for full dimensions.


    [RACE SUIT:]
    YEAR OF MANUFACTURE: 1998
    SERIES: EURO PORSCHE CUP
    TEAM: BORBET
    DRIVER: WOLFGANG GLÖCKNER


    [SIZE:]
    CHEST
    ........ 23 inches
    INSEAM....... 11 inches
    HEIGHT....... 24 inches


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    Race suit fabric made in Italy
    Upcycled & tailored by hand in Vancouver
    PFRSC3-A

    SUPPORTING THE PARC FERMÉ FOUNDATION

    A portion from each item sold goes directly towards our Non-profit - the 'Parc Fermé Foundation' - where we're on a mission of sending young race fans on race experiences, with the focus being on young fans who are battling difficult challenges that life has thrown their way, or who just wouldn’t have the means to make it to the race if not for a foundation like us stepping in.

    It’s by the Motorsports community for the Motorsports community, for those that are young and call the community their home, but due to their circumstances they’ve very often been on the outside looking in.