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The 'Malle Romper’ Race Suit

The term 'Romper’ was first coined by Sir Winston Churchill in the 40’s, when he commissioned tailored all-in-one suits to be worn over his clothes for visiting the dirty air raid shelters and for his work with the military. These all-in-one overalls have since been popularised by mechanics, racers, speed marshals and the military ever since.

The ‘Malle Romper’ was first designed for 'The Mile', to keep our race Marshalls clean, in sight and out of trouble. This simple garment has since proven even more popular to keep people covered and protected in their workshops and on the race track. Hand made with a 10oz 'off-white’ 100% cotton twill, the Romper is exceptionally durable, with multiple pockets and heavy duty buttons.

The Romper is designed to proudly bare the marks of workshop maintenance and race track scrapes, they will only get better (and dirtier) with age.



Hand made with a 10oz ‘off-white’ 100% cotton twill, embroidered with black stitched graphics and brass fixings.

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