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While you are here.. VELO.. maybe you could help the ladies...

We all seem to be having trouble finding a chest protector that will fit petite big breasted females....


35 in waist...?

HELP... can you find one that wont ride up.. and that has small enough shoulder gaurds that we can turn our heads with our helmet on? :banghead:

Or yah well stuff that works on women...

I have the Acerbis Lady's Fusion II...and have been looking for something less mobil when i ride with excellent portection. I am not going to go with the Dainese for this reason. I it is a "Hit once and forget it" armor suit...Honeycomb construction. So, here is what I have found.

from http://highvelocitygear.com/home.html



CE EN1621-2 Level 2 Compliant European Tested and Approved

Our Armor Actually Exceeds Level 2 Requirements

Articulating Spines for High Maneuverability & Ergonomic Comfort

Adjustable Shoulder & Forearm Straps

Injection Molded Elbow, Forearm, Shoulder, & Chest Protection

Removable Pivoting Back Protector

Velcro® Kidney Belt System

Perforated Moisture Wicking Lycra

Soft EVA Padding For Nonabrasive Skin Compatible Armor

Sizes = 30 - 33 in chest is xs thru 48 - 52 in for xxl



• CE impact protection for complete upper body. Improved for 2005 - One piece flexible chest protector

• Back protector is held in place with an additional waist belt for added comfort

• Neoprene wrist bands ensure that the sleeves stay firmly in place

• Complete freedom of movement is possible because of the use of lightweight, flexible materials

• Extensive use of breathable materials for increased air flow

• Newly developed Knox Waist Strap System to fit all sizes

• Technically advanced fabrics include L System with Coolmax and antibacterial treatment

• Tough tear resistant mesh

• Mesh bonded polyetheylene foam for added comfort and breathability

• Honeycomb polypropeylene and K Resin protectors

sizes are xs - xxl


too many to list so check it out

This should be a good start...will post more in a while...does this help?

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Not too sure bout this one...doesn't seem bad though


Rider Size: S/M L/XL

A new item in 2003, now comes with a airflow chest plate, also it has an extended flexible tailbone protection. With reduced weight and maximum ventilation all the components joined together make this product a must for all on/off road riders.

• Elastic netted Jersey, padded neck.

• Adjustable and removable plastic inserts fixed by hook and loop closure.

• Thermoform frame sewed over hypoallergenic padding on breastbone area.

• On elbow and coccyx thermoplastic frame.

• Dual closure kidney belt.




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Thanks for the much needed info. I have been battling the chest protector I have since I started riding a couple months ago. I just wish I good find some of these products to try on before I buy. Any suggestions on where to go to find them, in the Denver Colorado area?

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I know what you are saying...try then buy...unfortunately on some of this gear you can't. BUT on a good note...Velocity Gear will ship for free and i know that there is a size chart somewhere. In their size listing they include what the chest measurement is as well as offering 2 lengths, which is nice for shorter torsos.

The Knox suit...sigh...is only sold in Europe...BUT they will ship here!!!! and have a printable .pdf measurement chart here:http://www.planet-knox.com/chart.pdf and have a 30 day no questions asked return policy. And if item is defective will refund shipping too.

The SixSixOne suits you can check out in stores. Call your local MX gear store and ask if they can order items from Parts Unlimited. They are the distrubuters.

EVS and AlpineStar make some too.

PS...the TT store carries these last 3 items. Starting on this page http://shop.thumpertalk.com/catalogs/Parts_Unlimited_Offroad_2005/default.asp?p=159&s=3 to the next page...

I hope this helps...ride well

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I took my wife down to Performance Cycle on Broadway, 2 blks N of Evans. I just let her try on a bunch of stuff to see what she felt most comfortable in.

They are having a big clearance sale in a couple weeks, so that's a bonus.

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