Sweet Protection Back Protector Vest

Sweet Protection Back Protector Vest
Sweet Protection Back Protector Vest
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Back Protector Vest by Sweet Protection
For everything from cruising groomers to trying out new tricks in the park, the Sweet Protection Back Protector Vest helps cushion impact to your backside if you take a spill on the hill. This vest is Sweet Protection's lightest back protector, using a 3D-protector made from visco elastic soft foam to make it soft and comfortable, but with impressive multi-impact shock absorbing properties that stand up to big falls. The protection pad is 13mm thin and attached with a waistband for further personalized fit, and also completely ventilated to prevent you from overheating or becoming overly sweaty.

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SKU: SET0037
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