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Be smart and make sure you can walk home after epic days on the snow.

Cliff drops in between chest deep pow turns or sessions on kinked rails may be what draws you to the mountain every day, but they can also lay you up if you’re not protected. The Demon Snow Shield Spine Guard provides ultra-low-profile protection of the part of your body that shouldn’t be overlooked when you charge the mountain.
  • Polyethylene (PE) spine guard panels flex with your spine
  • Thick waist and shoulder straps keeps the protection in place even during active motion
  • Air shield kidney area protection--because no one likes to pee blood
  • Hook-and-loop adjustment at waist for ideal fit

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is the spine shell flexible ? and does it...

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is the spine shell flexible ? and does it have padding underneath to protect from the hard plastic?

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what are the materials used in this product...

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what are the materials used in this product ? how does if fit smaller people., ie: kids

5 5

Safety first!

I used to be very cautious when I'm riding especially in the glades or just going off jumps. But now that I have my spine guard I'm alot more confident when I'm riding.

This spine guard is sweet. It's low-pro so it doesn't look like you have it on, kinda acts as an insulator for warmth, and lightweight. There's also a little clip for the shoulder straps to keep them in place so they don't slide off while riding.

I'm about 6'1 so I wear the Large and it falls to my tailbone. Can't beat that price for safety!

5 5

Amazing for the price

I have been out ~10 days now with this spine protector. I have tried the 661 and POC ones in the past and find this one way better than the 661 and on par with the POC. It is really comfortable, wicks and dries easily and stays in place. It is really form fitting and fits easily under my jacket. For the price I would take this over the POC any day. I am 5'11", 160lbs and the medium fits great.

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Is there any protection against to much...

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Is there any protection against to much movement of the spine
backwards? I hate the pain when my spine bends like I was a
scorpion ;)

5 5

Bang for the buck!

I was floored by the quality of this vest for the price. It is so comfortable and you have FULL range of motion in it... even bending forward. It fits very true to size, and I would recommend buying the size you would for a normal fitting T-Shirt. It's extremely low profile and fits under anything. Couldn't be more satisfied!

5 5

I love my back!!

I love this setup. I have a very touchy back and love to hit the kickers and the steeps. The spine protector is very low profile and nobody can see that I'm wearing it. The straps around the waist also give me a little extra support and warmth at the lower back (good for those unfortunate straight up and down landings). I would recommend this for anybody that wants the little extra protection! Great buy especially for the price.

5 5

spine guard

I purchased this guard to give me some confidence after breaking my back snowboarding 2 seasons ago.

This guard seems well constructed and comfortable. Lightweight, so you hardly notice it is on. I haven't ridden with it on yet, however it is also quite flexible so I see no problem with being able to huck and make grabs.

Overall a great purchase and worth the money for piece of mind..

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Is the latch in the front going to be a...

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Is the latch in the front going to be a problem when wearing a backpack?