It pays to suit up in the Bionic Pro Protection Jacket before dropping into technical freeride lines, learning new tricks in the bike park, and ripping downhill courses better suited for pros than us mere mortals. Both lightweight and highly ventilated, the Bionic Pro Protection Jacket keeps you cool and comfortable while you're downhill racing and freeriding with its ventilated protection plates and breathable stretch mesh fabric. A fully adjustable kidney belt and side straps keep it nice and tight, so you won't have to worry about it slipping down or moving around as you ride hard and fast. Upper body coverage includes a divided chest protector with a ventilated honeycomb-like structure, alongside fully breathable shoulder and elbow pads that dissipate crushing impacts, should you suffer a nasty fall at higher speeds or crash onto sharp rocks alongside the trail. And seeing your spine is prone to serious damage in the instance of a high-speed crash, it's reinforced with ergonomic protection that follows the natural curvature of your back. This ventilated back protection is sized in three waist-to-shoulder dimensions to get the fit and feel just right, and the upper back plate is removable for compatibility with Alpinestars Bionic Neck Support.
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