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Keep your torso from becoming ground meat with the Fox Racing Launch Suit.

This seems like a whole lot of protection just for eating lunch, but we trust Fox Racing with our heads and hands, so…oh, snap. Launch Suit. It must be Fox Racing's burly armored top for freeriding, downhill and dirt jumping, featuring an anti-microbial wicking lining underneath and Skydex impact-displacement exoskeletal technology above. The removable spine protector has a built-in kidney belt to protect you from sharp rocks and high-speed sacrifice ditch maneuvers. The Launch Suit is CE certified for downhill mountain biking, so, naturally, it will keep you safe during the gnarliest lunches you can think up.

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Glorious day in the Swedish Mountains

Glorious day in the Swedish Mountains

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First day they had opened the top of the mountain at Åre Bike Park in Sweden

i gotta sprained knee from some crazy...

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i gotta sprained knee from some crazy riding. My question is if there are any good sets of armor that will protect my knee, but will also be flexible enough to still ride as crazy as i do

Best Answer Responded on

I have tried Dainese and Fox knee/shin guards. The Dainese definitely had a lot the most protection, but the Fox (which is what I ride with now) was just more flexible and comfortable. Both sets had the full plastic coverage, not just the foam. Keep in mind that knee/shin gear is going to protect your knee from impacts, not stabilize or support it.

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No padding will protect you against ligament and tendon injuries while mountain biking. You would need to get a knee brace for that. You can contact your orthopedic specialist to see if he/she can recomend anything depending on the level of your previous injury. Other then that you can buy cheaper braces at any pharmacy or online by searching "knee braces". This being said, the only braces that will really protect aganist a catastrophic injury are the ones from you doctor.

Hope this helps and stay in one piece! ACL injuries really suck

I smashed my shoulder and right arm into...

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I smashed my shoulder and right arm into a jigsaw puzzle, so it's important my next jacket protect the front of my soulder and right arm. What are the riders out there's opinion of this jacket?

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I would recommend trying to actually find some armor and trying it on to make sure that you are actually protecting your shoulder enough. That being said, this Fox jacket is pretty decent. You will get more coverage (and spend more money) with a Dainese jacket. The 661 Pressure suit has great coverage in the shoulders, too.

does the spine armor flex to the shape of...

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does the spine armor flex to the shape of your back like the poc spine armor does.

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The spine armor does articulate similarly to the POC.

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Tight fit

Order one size larger than you need if you want to breath in this suit.

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Do you have any info on the sizing for...

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Do you have any info on the sizing for these suits?