TLD BG 5955 Chest Protector

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The ultimate chest protector specifically developed to integrate with industry-leading neck braces without compromising fit, protection or rider safety.

Exclusively designed to allow neck braces to nest properly against a rider's chest and back. Tested by top pros and elite amateurs, TLD's innovative patent-pending design gives riders the power to choose from multiple configurations for customised 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
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