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EVS' NEW PRODUCTS--AUG 10

 
(8/10/2004)

EVS' Todd Lentz shipped us a big brown box in the mail, and we were happy to see that the protection company sent us some upper body armor. Realizing that protection is key, it was nice to see that the jersey incorporates a full coverage chest protector, shoulder pads, elbow guards and a fully integrated and adjustable kidney belt (optional).

This super easy to use piece of apparel starts with a ripstop ventilated jersey and uses impact panels made from high strength closed cell shock absorbing foam and plastic. These impact resistant panels are virtually indestructible and are placed in all crucial areas like elbows, shoulders, back and chest. Other key features include; integrated kidney belt (optional), fully vented material, vented stretch under arms and conventional MX jersey styling. There are two different adult models to choose from (BJ22 and BJ33), two colors (BJ22 – black and grey/BJ33 – grey only), and seven sizes (S-XXXXL). There are also youth sizes that are also available to fit children ages 5-14.

The price for the BJ22 (includes the kidney belt) is $139.00, while the BJ33 (doesn’t include the kidney belt) is $119.00. Contact EVS at (888) 873-8423 or visit www.evs-sports.com.

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