Outdoor Dirt Demo: New Protection, Helmets, Clothing And More

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The new 2017 G-Form Elite pads, seen on the right feature a new design with more coverage, elastic grippers and deeper groves aiding in more protection. G-Form utilized input from professional riders such as Brain Lopes and Tracy Moseley to develop the new Elite Kneepads. These knee guard feature a slightly longer sleeve and better ventilation than the previous pads seen on the left.
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The back of the new Elite G-form knee and elbow guards have an opening behind the knee as well as a new mesh material for better breathability and ergonomics.
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Primal’s new active/casual wear is made for performance on the bike and a stylish look off the bike. This hoodie is packed with breathable fabrics and a fit tailored towards riding.
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The Alpine CAMO MTB Jersey and Alpine CAMO Escade Short from Primal, offers the female mountain biker a loose fit, a zipper pocket on the jersey and two rear pockets on the shorts. The shorts also have an adjustable waist band and come with a detachable liner with built in chamois.
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The Radium MTB Jersey and Radium Escade Short are the male version of the Alpine gear line up, offering all the same features.
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Everybody loves bacon! Primal Wear has a large selection of fun and exciting shocks.
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Primal Wear’s active/casual gear is also extended into riding jersey such as the Passport, seen here in Citrus Green.
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Sweet Protection has been making helmets since the late 90’s but, mostly for water and snow sports. The Norwegian based company is now offering a full line of bike gear in the USA including two new helmets. The Dessenter, seen on the left comes in a non-MIPS option for $149 and a MIPS version for $189. The Bushwhacker, seen the the right, is constructed from a 5 piece design and comes in three versions. A non-MIPS for $179, a MIPS version for $219 and a carbon and MIPS version for $279.
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Sweet Protection also offer three different pairs of knee pads design for downhill to light trail use.
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Sweet Protection’s Hunter Enduro shorts are light weight and packed with great features. They retail for $129.
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Sweet Protection’s Mudride shorts are made from a 3-layer design and are completely waterproof.
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Bolle’s The ONE helmet has a whole new set of color ways but, keeps its ability to transform between a mountain bike helmet and a road helmet within seconds.
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Bolle’s new Flash glasses are polarized and sell for just $99. They are also a perfect match to Bolle’s The ONE helmet.
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Smith’s Forefront helmet recived a few cool new color ways including this interesting college design.
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CEP makes some of the best compression socks in the business. They had their start in the hiking and running industry but, have recently developed a line specially tailored cycling socks.
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The Coros is the most advanced helmet on the market featuring wireless audio and voice systems, ride data, GPS and a integrated safety system. To find out more about this helmet head to their Kickstarter page.

 

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