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Troy Lee Designs BP 5850 Hot Weather Armored Shirt
Shock Doctor technology
Neck brace integration patent-pending design is compatible with leading neck braces without compromising fit and protection (removable upper chest / spine and clavicle pads accommodate ideal fit with brace)
Strata foam articulates with complex body zones while providing impact protection (removable, rib and bicep pads for coverage preferences)
Vent-trak moves air through flexible channels over skin surface to cool the athlete
Hex mesh disperses impact with a dimensional mesh construction that allows air to flow freely
Open armpit design and wide neck opening for comfort
Anatomical design provides a close fit while integrated zones protect the chest, ribs, back/spine, clavicle, shoulders and biceps.
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Salvador C: my favorite brand is troy lee disign since I race MX and know I ride a BMW F800 and I need confortable under shirt proteccion and I Love this oneSep 9, 2013
A shopper asked:Hello, this looks like a pretty durable piece of equipment. My question is?.how good would this protection be in protecting the wearer against impacts from objects like a hockey puck? The reason I ask is because I play hockey but hate wearing the big bulky chest/shoulder protectors that are designated for hockey. I currently do not use any upper body protection while I play and this looks like something I would love to try, as it hurts a bit when you get hit with a puck or stick and break a rib or two. Has anyone ever tried this equipment in a sport setting to see how much of a reduction in an impact by a puck etc? it would make? Also, what kind of maintenance can be done to the equipment to keep it smelling fresh?..is it machine washable or can it be hosed down and air dried?
Thanks for any/all information you can give me as I am very interested in trying one of these to help protect me while playing hockey.Oct 29, 2013
RevZilla:We contacted Troy Lee and were told this shirt is made of Nylon Mesh and Lycra. It is really meant to be worn under a race jersey for roost deflection, so we would not recommend using it for abrasion protection.Feb 5, 2013