Troy Lee Designs 7855 Heavyweight Long-Sleeve Protection Shirt

Troy Lee Designs 7855 Heavyweight Long-Sleeve Protection Shirt
Troy Lee Designs 7855 Heavyweight Long-Sleeve Protection Shirt
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7855 Heavyweight Long-Sleeve Protection Shirt by Troy Lee Designs
The Troy Lee Designs Men's 7855 Long-Sleeve Protection Shirt delivers hard charging protection in a package that won't weigh you down or disrupt your focus. Featuring ventilated panels, an open underarm design, and a wide neck that's compatible with Troy Lee Designs' integrated neck braces, this torso shell is as comfortable as it is protective. It's cut for optimal comfort when in aggressive riding positions and features removable armor so you can customize the protection level depending on the day's ride plan.

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