First post: Jul 20, 2011
Total posts: 191
Forcefield all the way .. the back protectors are perfectly shaped and when they warm up on your back you don't notice that you're wearing them - they do do the shirt with has front, elbows and shoulders, you then put the back protector over it.
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Post subject:Posted: Apr 24, 2012 - 01:36 AM
First post: Apr 19, 2012
Total posts: 38
The Dianese shop in Manchester city centre seems to have a new line of snowboarding gear both chest and back protection. TBH I ride with a back protector originally meant for biking so it makes sense that a primarily moto-x protection provider like Dianese would have snowboarding protection too.
Do yourself a favour though - the Wed'Ze stuff at Decathalon is terrible and not all that cheap. Better can be found elsewhere.
They did have some nice board backpacks though
Post subject:Posted: Apr 24, 2012 - 02:13 PM
First post: Nov 19, 2009
Total posts: 70
I got myself a lacrosse rib protector after cracking my ribs twice in 6 months. Similar to you i tended to fall forward on boxes and land with arm under ribs. I cracked both sides in one night, cracked one side first fall i was determined to get back up and try again...lol big mistake, fell and cracked the other side!
Anyway, here is the one i got, works really well, is so strong, I didn't buy it from this shop, but stuck the model into google uk and this is what came up.
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