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    Goin to look at some this weekend fella, looking at a KNOX, the factory is about 15miles from me.

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    KNOX can't be faulted, excellent stuff.
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    Good, hoping i wont be calling on its services when I'm riding but better safe than sorry

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    Yup.
    Apart from head injuries, the next biggest killer is spinal trauma.
    Some of the back protectors you get as standard in leathers are a joke.
    I use an RS-Taichi one I've had for years, but a few blokes I know like the KNOX one that has shoulder straps as well as the waste strap.
    Given that 've broken ribs in the past, I wear a chest protector too.
    When I raced, I used to wear a protec bollock protector as well!
    Once you slam your ******** in a crash, you never want to do it again!
    After one practice crash on the Saturday, I couldn't get my leathers over my swollen plums on the Sunday!

    Cheery thread this, isn't it.
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    Glad your ok matey.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowfer View Post
    Yup.
    Apart from head injuries, the next biggest killer is spinal trauma.
    Some of the back protectors you get as standard in leathers are a joke.
    I use an RS-Taichi one I've had for years, but a few blokes I know like the KNOX one that has shoulder straps as well as the waste strap.
    Given that 've broken ribs in the past, I wear a chest protector too.
    When I raced, I used to wear a protec bollock protector as well!
    Once you slam your ******** in a crash, you never want to do it again!
    After one practice crash on the Saturday, I couldn't get my leathers over my swollen plums on the Sunday!

    Cheery thread this, isn't it.
    I'll be checking them out this weekend too after that little bit of advice dude.

    it the truth though dude LOL

 

 
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