Fly Racing Introduces Second-Generation Valor Neck Brace
Safety should be of paramount importance to ATV riders and one way to help improve your chances of walking away from a crash on the track or trail is to wear a neck brace. Fly Racing has recently introduced the all-new second generation Valor Neck Brace engineered by Leatt.
“The Valor combines state-of-the-art Leatt neck brace technology with FLY Racing’s cutting edge graphic design styling,” Fly Racing says in a release.
New features for the Valor included a new sculptured, split front for improved comfort and fit; new lower front section for improved helmet clearance for looking down and to the sides; new one-piece, fracture engineered CoreFlex rear thoracic strut for improved comfort and fit; new on-board three-angle rear thoracic strut adjustment that requires no extra parts; new body-matched rear thoracic strut angles.
The Valor, which will be available in December, retails for $359.95 and comes in small, medium, large or extra-large. Color options include black/white, red/black, blue/black, and orange/black.
More Product Features
* Four-Way adjustability for great comfort and fit
* Engineered collarbone cutout to help keep your helmet and brace away from one of your most fragile bones.
* Side mounted paramedical designed hinges that opens easy both left and right
* Height adjustable rear table to match different helmet clearance preferences and riding positions
* Redesigned optional clear strap included
* Removable clip-on padding for easy cleaning and maintenance
* Replacement parts and accessories available
* CE certified as personal protective Equipment 89/686/EEC
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