Troy Lee Designs Youth UPS7850-HW Short Sleeve 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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Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Good armour
I think the last reviewer's 1 star was pretty harsh. I am happy with my armour and its much more comfortable and cooler than the hard shell I was wearing. Yes the shoulder protection could be a bit better, but otherwise I find this covers all the torso and ribcage fully. I have had a few crashes and it did its job great. I am a 5ft1 petite female and the youth large is a perfect fit. I normally wear youth large jersey (minus armour) or youth xlarge (with armour) so think the sizing is pretty consistent with clothing sizing. Only bad thing is it is hard to get off, especially when a bit sweaty.
16 June 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous Worthless shoulder protection
Major disappointing piece of kit.
Troy Lee Designs definately deserves the "what where you thinking award" for this one.
What could have been a really nice protector is rendered pretty much worthless by minimal shoulder protectors.
They are litterally less than half the size of what they need to be.
Chances of actually landing on a part of your shoulder which is protected is about as small as the shoulder protectors themselves´: Virtually none existent.
Very frustrating, as the rest of the thing is very nice.
20 September 2012