Speed & Strength Protective Vest - Lunatic Fringe

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$129.95

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Description Item #SSG001B

The Speed and Strength Lunatic Fringe protective motorcycle vest has a tri-composite Fierce mesh, polyurethane and flex foam frame. It features C.E. approved injection-molded spine and chest protectors. The vest boasts a Light 'Em Up L.E.D. lighting system for high visibility at night and comes equipped with Lockdown waist and shoulder adjusters for an adjustable fit.

  • Tri-composite "Fierce" mesh, polyurethane and flex foam frame.
  • C.E. approved injection-molded spine protector.
  • Injection-molded chest protector.
  • "Light 'Em Up" L.E.D. lighting system.
  • Flex form construction.
  • "Lockdown" waist and shoulder adjusters.

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4.5 out of 5 stars
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Clintatron
Bozeman, MT, USA
Comfort   Durability   Performance   Sizing - true to size?   Style  
Great buy for the money

The protective gear fits great and is sturdy for many different kinds of riders. Whether it's dirt or street the vest covers all the standards and looks sweet too. The light up back spine protector makes you feel bad a** as well is great for night riding when your not wearing something over it on hot nights for example.
Overall I wear it every time I ride.


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Clintatron
Location: Bozo
Q: Is this product as protective as a 150$ product?
2 years 10 months ago
MotoSportExpert
MotoSport Staff
2 years 9 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: That is a tough question to answer as there is a lot of different armor available. This would also vary depending on what kind of protection you are looking for. This has a CE rated Spine Armor for impact protection but the chest protector portion is unrated. Some offerings will also have CE rated front armor. In the event of an accident it is really difficult to say how well each armor would protect also as no two accidents are ever the same. A good rule of thumb is the more protection the better and find whats fits in your budget and go from there.
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