Ufo Enigma Bodyguard Sas-tec, Koroyd, Size S-m, New! on 2040-parts.com
Saint Charles, Illinois, United States
Condition:New without tags
FOR SALE A BRAND NEW ENIGMAS BODYGUARD SAS-TEC, KOROYD TECHNOLOGY, SIZE S-M, NEW!
The ENIGMA Bodyguard is a product made in
Italy, and are totally made from aerated material. The Enigma bodyguard
are equipped with the new hybrid SAS TEC/KOROYD protections.
• Made in Italy
• CE Approved - ACCORDING WITH F.M.I. REGULATION:
- Front protection: Approved CE-EN14021
- Back Support: Approved CE-EN1621-2
- Shoulders & Elbow Guards: Approved CE-EN1621-1
• Made with polyester net and Airnet material
• Internal protection in SAS TEC/KOROYD removable for washing
• Maximum lightness
• Maximum transpiration
• Increased elasticity to absorb shock
With their new SK-protection-series UFO combines the positive features
of SAS-TEC foam and Koroyd Cores to something completely new:
lightweight, breathable and highest damping capacity.
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