Revit Tryonic See+ Back Protector
Compared to the Feel 3.7, the Tryonic See+ Back Protector offers a slightly lower impact value (7,7kN), yet still clearly within the CE Level 2 norm (EN1621-2) but at reduced weight and using a thinner outer shell, thus offering a perfect alternative for those enthusiasts out there preferring lower weight over higher impact values.
|SIZE||TORSO (IN)||WAIST (IN)||HEIGHT (IN)||TORSO (CM)||WAIST (CM)||HEIGHT (CM)|
|XL (See+ Only)||18.9-19.9||31.5-47.2||74.8-78.7||48-50.5||80-120||190-200|
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
HOW TO MEASURE
- TORSO LENGTH
While standing upright, measure the distance between your waist (typically at navel or top of the hip bone level) and the top of your shoulder, to the left or right of your spine.
Measure around your natural waistline, around the top of the hip bones, inline with the navel while keeping the measuring tape parallel to the ground.
With no shoes on, stand with your back against a wall and your feet together. Measure from the floor to the top of your head.
The See+ weighs only 660 grams (average) yet offers an unsurpassed combination between ergonomic design, comfort and high performance shock absorption. The EPS inner core ensures high level energy absorption (7,7 kN energy release). Another unique feature is the adjustable belt closure (T.C.F. –Tryonic Custom Fit), ensuring a perfect for every rider. As the See+ has been tested for winter sports, down to minus 20 degrees Celsius without performance loss, it is the perfect choice for a variety of winter sports athletes as well.
- Outer shell in polyamide fabric surrounded by thermoformed padding
- Polypropylene outer shell
EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) inner core
- CE Level 2 (7,7kN) – EN 1621-2 standard
- Ergonomically shaped, molds to the contour of the body
- TCF Tryonic Custom Fit closure system
- Polyamide stretch mesh panel
- Air vent channels in outer shell
- Tested down to -20° C
- Average weight 660g
Note: The Tryonic Back Protector has different number of segments depending on size.