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    anyone using the Troy lee 7850 body armor shirt

    I broke my clavicle a few Weeks ago so I'm looking for something that'll help. I only ride xc with some down hill. My rides last around three to four hrs.. And I would like to know if it's vented well or any suggestions. Thanks

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    There's a decent thread here with some info.

    It's got OK venting, and wicks well in the dry Sierra mtns. You'll notice it. I am not sure I could wear it if I rode where it was humid, or consistently above 85F. But I'm generally warm and not exactly skinny, so...

    Also: not sure it would really help protect the clavicle. I'm not sure anything really can if you fall wrong.

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