These are pre-loved body protectors in great condition! They all meet the required safety standards to be red tagged.
T1 Slim: Ladies size 4 (chest 66 - 72cm, waist 58 -66cm)
T1: Ladies size 6 (chest 71 - 78cm, waist 63 -71cm)
T2 Slim: Ladies size 6 to 8 (chest 75 - 81cm, waist 66 -74cm)
T2: Ladies size 8 (chest 78 - 84cm, waist 69 -77cm)
L3 Slim: Ladies size 8 to 10 (chest 82 - 88cm, waist 72 - 80cm)
L3: Ladies size 10 (chest 86 - 92cm, waist 75 -83cm)
L4 Slim: Ladies size 12 to 14 (chest 90 - 96cm, waist 78 -86cm)
L4: Ladies size 14 (chest 94 - 100cm, waist 82 -90cm)
L5 Slim: Ladies 14 - 16 (chest 96 - 104cm, waist 86 -96cm)
L5: Ladies Size 14 to 16 (chest 100 - 108cm, waist 89 - 99cm)
L6 : Ladies 16 - 18 (chest 108 - 116cm, waist 97 - 109cm)
L7: Ladies Size 18 to 20 (chest 114 - 124cm, waist 108 - 120cm)
The Airowear AirMesh is the most highly ventilated BETA 2009 Level 3 body protector in Airowear’s high performance line. With Ultraflex technology foam that molds closer to the body than ever before, the AirMesh is designed to provide the ultimate in comfort and safety. A sporty mesh covering with chevron style lines allows for enhanced airflow across the rider’s torso and is available in black. Gender-specific sizing with a generous cut across the chest and a variety of back lengths allows for the best and most truly customised fit.
HOW TO MEASURE YOURSELF
Your body protector should be fitted over light clothing and heavier garments worn over the top.
Take the chest (this should be a tight measurement), waist (at base of ribs) and back length (base of neck to base of spine) measurements and select the corresponding size from within the chart. A women’s fit may be better achieved by choosing one size smaller than the actual chest measurement - or do your measurement wearing the same sports bra you would when riding and measure fairly tightly for an accurate measurement.
Back length: Measure from the base of your neck (C7 vertebrae) to the base of your spine.
Before trying on, loosen the chest and waist straps of the body protector. Once on, insert thumbs into the armholes to bring the two panels together to make it easier to zip the body protector.
Fasten the adjustable straps so that a snug but comfortable fit is achieved, ensuring the contrast orange velcro markers are covered. This step will determine whether a smaller or larger size is required because if the orange cannot be completely covered, the body protector is too small. If the velcro fastenings cannot be closed enough to ensure a snug fit, then the body protector is too large.
Adjust the shoulders so the neckline lies flat against the body. If this cannot be achieved, a shorter back length may be needed.
If possible, check the back length by sitting on a saddle and ensuring there is approximately a hand’s width between the saddle and base of the body protector. At the front, the body protector should reach the breastbone at the top and cover the bottom rib at mid-chest by approximately 2.5 cm but should not cover the belly button.