POC Spine VPD 2.0 Protective Vest

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The VPD 2.0 protective padding provides extreme impact absorption as well as an ability to adapt its shape to your body. A highly breathable mesh vest construction delivers optimal ventilation, and the padding is easily removable so the vest can be washed.

The vest has a height-adjustable and removable waistband, and is available in regular and slim fit, making it ideal for a wide variety of body shapes and sizes.

Features:

  • 3D-moulded VPD 2.0 back protector that outperforms EN 1621-2 Level 2 motorcycle back protection standard
  • Highly breathable mesh fabric for optimum ventilation
  • Removable and flexible waistband for comfort

SIZES:

  • S 150 - 165cm
  • M 165 - 180cm 65-71"
  • L 180cm < 71" <

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