The Zamp ZK-40 Karting Race Suit is Zamp’s newest racing suit built specifically for Karting. It is made with a 2-Layer construction that features lightweight abrasion resistant materials with great comfort at an affordable price. It also integrates a unique angled chest zipper and button enclosure to provide an un-interrupted area on the front of the suit perfect for sponsors logos. The ZK-40 is designed to the deliver all the features of a usual karting suit but at an affordable price for both adult and youth racers.
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Is the ZK-40 Suit abrasion resistant?
The ZK-40 suit features a 2 Layer lightweight abrasion resistant construction made with a 100% Polyester Shell with a 100% knitted mesh interior. This abrasian resistance helps to prevent road rash in the event of an accident.
What’s the difference between the ZAMP ZK-40 and the K1 GK2 suits?
The ZAMP ZK-40 and the K1 GK2 suits are both great entry level karting Suits. The ZK-40 suit features stretch panels along the ribcage, lower back, crotch and shoulders to give a natural fit without bunching. In comparison to the GK2, the ZK-40 has a looser fit and brighter eye-catching colors. It also uses a standard leg cuff instead of a boot cut leg like the GK2.
The ZAMP ZK-40 suit has a looser fit than the 'euro'-style fit that the K1 GK2 suit has. Keep this in mind if coming from a different brand of suits.
What’s included with the ZK-40 suit?
The ZK-40 suit includes a durable zip tote bag for easy transport and storage. The tote bag features a zipper pouch on the outside to store additional small racing items such as gloves, balaclavas, underwear, and socks.
What colors and sizes is the ZK-40 available in?
Sizing Notes: This suit has looser fit than other 'Euro' style suits such as K1.
You may want to order a size down if coming from another brand.
What is the sizing chart for the ZK-40?
additional consideration should be the position the garment will be worn
in. Specifically, the clamshell orientation of the driving position
requires additional material in order to prevent tugging the wearer.
This is especially important when wearing a one piece suit. To
account for this when selecting a suit: ensure you are on the lower end
of the range for a particular size so there will be enough material to
prevent the suit from tugging when seated.