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  • Thor Impact Rig S12 Protection 2012
  • Thor Impact Rig S12 Protection 2012

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The Thor range of Protection offers more with the the Impact Rig

The ultimate under-protector has arrived. Designed to offer maximum coverage yet hug your body, the Impact Rig SE is based on a form fitting micro-mesh chassis with integrated soft and hard protective panels that move with your body. The Impact Rig SE is adjustable and versatile with multiple tension straps and a removable articulated back panel. Maximum airflow is achieved by utilizing venting on all three construction materials – the plastic, biofoam, and chassis, are all vented. The versatile Impact Rig SE features a permanently affixed elbow/forearm guards and a removable kidney belt and back protector. This unit offers the most coverage available in an under-protector.

Thor Impact Rig Protector Features:

  • Micro-mesh chassis with external seams for comfort
  • Side mounted YKK® chest zipper averts chest plate
  • Articulated back panel is removable
  • Poly-urethane shoulder caps with Ram-air venting
  • Multiple tension straps for a secure fit
  • Molded bio-foam panels with extensive venting
  • Removable kidney belt
  • Molded elbow and forearm guards
  • Elastic cuff stitch for a comfortable seal
  • Padded collar for comfort
  • S/M Fits most riders up to 160 lbs, L/XL Fits most riders 160-180 lbs, XXL/XXXL Fits most riders 180-250 lbs.
  • CE approved

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Rated 5 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 5 out of 5 by all over its a good armor, not yet had any crashes with it, so that part i dont know anything about, but a friend of me did take a hit when he did crash a KX500 with the armor on, and he did walk away from that no stress. Only annoying thing is the zipper for the spineprotector is that it unzips itself, but its a easy fix with a drop of superglue. 19 December 2012
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