Troy Lee Designs 5955 Body Guard
As far as I'm aware this Troy Lee Designs deal is sold out.
The ultimate chest protector specifically developed to integrate with industry leading neck braces without compromising fit, protection or rider safety.
- M, White, Black, Nylon, Polyester
- Designed for MTB riding.
- Made from Nylon & Polyester.
Troy Lee Designs 5955 Body Protection
Exclusively designed to allow neck braces to nest properly against a rider's chest and back.
Tested by top pros and elite amateurs, our innovative patent-pending design gives riders the power to choose from multiple configurations for customized comfort and fit, unobstructed motion, and unprecedented protection Features: Low profile design eliminates bulk to fit under or over jersey.
Hinged chest plates provide extended rib coverage, better fit and maintains proper positioning in crash situations. Covers the chest, ribs, back, clavicle, shoulders and upper arms. Convenient strap locations and integrated fast-lock buckles for easy function.
Certified to European standard EN14021:2003.
Sizing: Medium - Chest Circumference 34"- 38" - Rider Height 5' - 5' 8". Medium - Chest Circumference 40" - 45" - Rider Height 5' 6" - 6' 2".
Where to buy the Troy Lee Designs 5955 Body Guard?
As far as I'm aware, this Troy Lee Designs 5955 Body Protection deal has expired.
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This Troy Lee Designs deal was originally found at Merlin Cycles, costing £110.00 (down from £199.00) and was last updated on 13th April 2021.
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Protection, in cycling terms, covers everything from elbow, ankle, knee and shin pads, as well as more heavy duty items designed to prevent serious injury to your neck and spine. Essentially it has two purposes - the first being the obvious; to offer support and covering to the areas of your body which most likely to be prone to injury in the event of a crash. Secondly, they need to be practical to pedal in - wrapping yourself in bubble wrap might make you 100% safe, but it definitely won't be practical to ride in! I won't claim to have every item listed, but I do try to keep my cycling protection section stocked up with the latest deals, so hopefully there might be an item or two which can help save your poor battered body next time you stack it! Oh and here's my helmet page if you're after protective headwear instead.
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