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    Introducing RXR Protect - The Best Chest-protectors on the Market


    RXR Protect


    RXR is revolutionizing protection in the action sports world with its exclusive patented “air shock absorber” technology. Imagine a body protector that absorbs 5 times more energy than plastic and 8 times more than foam material.

    It is time for BMX and MTB riders to wear real chest-protectors! There’s no “roost” to be protected from in BMX, Down Hill or Free Ride, and the 30 year-old technology of plastic roost-deflectors do not protect as much as our RXR Protect chest-protectors. Keep your back and chest safe. Ride with Air!!

    High protection, lightness, comfort and mobility are the 4 main features of the Organic and Full chest-protectors from RXR Protect. The ASA (Air Shock Absorber) technology ensures maximal body protection, high mobility and light weight, the Organic weighing 1.9 lbs and the Full chest protector weighing 3 lbs.

    The materials used make you forget you are wearing a chest-protector. Worn under or over a jersey or jacket, the RXR body armor is comfortable and very protective.

    The secret of RXR Protect is air contained in a very durable ergonomic inflatable bladder with a number of interacting chambers that allow the air to move from chamber to chamber. In case of a fall or impact the air moves between chambers absorbing the energy from the point of impact before it reaches your body.

    Organic model: MSRP $199.95
    Full model: MSRP $299.99

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    RXR Protect North America
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    Phone: 1-877-797-4600

    source: Chris Favro
    Brand Manager
    RXR Protect North America
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    Sep 2005
    Yeah but do I have to look like VORTEX THE MIGHTY when wearing it?
    Were looking at balz

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    LOL!!!! Hey buddy, that THE Vortex the Mighty(TM)!
    Problem: "Bike has trouble going up steep hills."
    Fix: Recommend pressing harder on the pedals.

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