Crash Pads 6100 Upper Body Armor: Nonrestrictive.
The 6100 Series from Crash Pads is soft pad armor designed to give the snowboarder, mountain biker, and skater upper body armor protection without sacrificing range of motion. Super-dense foam padding provides excellent high-impact protection for your back, sides, shoulders, collar bone, upper chest and nearly the full length of your arms. The elbow pads in particular are substantial. A comfortable, breathable chassis provides a slim fit that's perfect for its unisex sizing. Lightweight, flexible, low-profile. What's not to like?
Crash Pads 6100 Upper Body Armor
- Super light, 560 grams
- Soft pads for complete range of motion
- Full center zipper, easy on/off
- Back, chest, shoulder, collarbone, side, arm protection, half-inch thick, high-density foam
- Vented back, 8 vents on 2 large articulated back pads
- Abrasion resistant material covers pads
- Heavy-duty kidney belt, spandex, 4-inch wide, Velcros, fits most waist sizes
- Comfortable chassis, four-way stretch, breathable, durable polyester
- Adjustable elbow straps, 1-inch wide, Velcro
- Thumb bands, elastic, ensure exact arm pad positioning. Keep sleeves down
- Low profile design, slim fit, easy atop base layer or under jacket
- Hand wash, dry flat
- Weight: 560 grams
- Suitable for downhill, mountain, bmx biking, snowboarding and skiing
The Bottom Line on the Crash Pads 6100 Upper Body Armor
The Crash Pads 6100 Upper Body Armor is great for the professional or amateur mountain or bmx rider looking for slim fitting, low profile, soft pad protection.
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Crash Pads – Designed and Manufactured in USA
Crash Pads is dedicated to making protective gear that is flexible and lightweight, but won’t restrict any of your athletic mobility. As a company, Crash Pads is the quintessential small business success story. Back in 1992 in the beautiful river town of Astoria, Oregon, where the massive Columbia River flows into the Pacific, a woman teaching herself to inline skate got tired of the bruises she suffered every time she wiped out. So for her own self-preservation, she began to stitch foam pads into her clothing. Through trial and error, her designs became increasingly more sophisticated. Thus was born Crash Pads, one of the very first manufacturers of body armor in the United States. To this day, nearly 20 years on, every piece of protective gear the company designs is still manufactured in the United States (no longer at this enterprising woman’s kitchen table, but most definitely in the United States).