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Forcefield Sports Suit SM [Demo - Good]

$239.00 $150.00

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Item Condition: This item has been used for test purposes and may show slight signs of use. There may be minor cosmetic damage such as scuffs, scratches, stains, chips or dings. The original packaging may or may not be present.

Forcefield Sports Suit

Base layer. Race suit undersuit. Armored clothing with 9 pieces of CE Level 2 armor in pockets. The Forcefield Sports Suit is all those products rolled into one nifty package. Suitable for many types of motorcycle riders, from professional racers to track day enthusiasts to adventure and touring riders. Supremely comfortable and breathable, the Sport Suit utilizes compression fit technology and is equipped with CE Level 2 armor throughout. Close fitting armor is less likely to move in an impact in comparison with armor positioned in the outer garment.

Features:

  • High performance, breathable base layer fabric specifically designed for use under regular motorcycle clothing
  • 2-way front zipper
  • All armor is removable
  • Isolator 2 CE Level 2 armor in knees, hips, elbows and shoulders
  • Race Ready (Freefit) CE Level 2 back protector
  • Machine washable (with armor removed)
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