I’m 6’1” and 227lbs and this fits better then I thought it would for coverage!.. the front covers down just past my ribs and the sides just nicely. The back fits great and covers my back great as well and leave just enough gap from waist to bottom of the brace for the kidney belt!. Happy with this thing and the armadillo back works nice also! Flex’s as you bend over to touch your toes and has room to flex back just a bit but enough that it will stop you from folding backwards too much and injuring yourself that way as well!
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Great chest protector it flexes very well with by body and is very durable and comfortable
Perfect for what I do... can't stand bulky chest protects. In Florida these things can get you breaking a sweat within minutes. This one stays nice cool. Usually ride Fox for chest protection... never again. I also like how the spine moves only to a certain point, allows for better ventilation and same protection, I think. Not for the track, but all day on the trail.
Are you the slow version of ronnie mac at the track? Say no more with this 2015 O'Neal holeshot protector strapped on! I was slow then once I slipped into this bad boy, I was railing corners, skyin tables, and floating triples like my daddies daddy. Roost? Forget about it, this chest protector not only catches roost, but it throws it back at the rider in front of you for that little extra advantage! Are you cheap when it comes to getting your name and number on the back? Forget about it, just get address numbers and letters! Then you look like a SWAT team member, and address numbers and letters give a reflective advantage over the competition, by making the stands watch you. Impress people with your butt whips, YOUR PRETEND SCRUBS ARE NO LONGER PRETEND! Its also got an anti stuart system installed to prevent your front tire from pushing dirt in the corners. I used to be slow but now........I still am Thanks O'Neal!