Acerbis Koerta Roost Deflector

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Acerbis Koerta Roost Deflector

Acerbis R&D has improved this popular item by obtaining proper certification in accordance with strict safety laws. With reinforced polypropylene guards and padding on the elbows, shoulders, chest and back, this improved safety piece will surely become a favorite in the US.
  • CE-certified shoulders, chest, back, elbows and foream protectors
  • Waist belt with double strap fastening
  • Back plate with covered rivets (removable and washable)
  • Yellow trim around padding
  • Polypropylene guards

Sizing:

  • Sm/Md: 5’5”-6’; 150-180 lbs.
  • Lg/Xl: 5’8”-6’5”; 180-210 lbs.
  • 2Xl: 5’8”-6’5”; 210-260 lbs.

  • Item # 48276

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Solid armor at a great price

This armor is a major step above the competition. Most of the armor suits under $200 have thin padding with thin plasic over that in a few cosmetic places. The Koerta is solid hard armor pieces so you sacrifice some comfort and movement but the extra protection is worth it. If you are stocky or big you might need something else.

Dan - November 21, 2013

(Eugene, OR)

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Cool but disappointing quality..

I ordered larger than I normally would, but this jacket was still very tight. That I could deal with because it is cool, and it flows a lot of air at speed. Unfortunately, it started falling apart after four or five rides. The collar bone nut backed out while riding one day. I had tightened it down pretty well but did not use threadlocker. The other issue was the stitching holding the left shoulder armor to the mesh came loose and started unraveling, leaving the shoulder hanging off at the top.

Bailey - October 10, 2014

(Norcross, GA)
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