Shred Optics NoShock Back Protector Vest

Shred Optics NoShock Back Protector Vest
Shred Optics NoShock Back Protector Vest
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NoShock Back Protector Vest by Shred Optics
If you're just learning or you're trying to push the limits of your riding or skiing, the NoShock Back Protector Vest is an easy choice to bring out for the day. Shred's proprietary NoShock foam disperses impacts over a longer period of time to drastically reduce the force that's transmitted through the body. And with a lightweight, comfortable, and breathable design, you won't feel restricted or bogged down while being protected.

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SKU: SRO001A
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