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

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.
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.
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.
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.
The Radium MTB Jersey and Radium Escade Short are the male version of the Alpine gear line up, offering all the same features.
Everybody loves bacon! Primal Wear has a large selection of fun and exciting shocks.
Primal Wear’s active/casual gear is also extended into riding jersey such as the Passport, seen here in Citrus Green.
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.
Sweet Protection also offer three different pairs of knee pads design for downhill to light trail use.
Sweet Protection’s Hunter Enduro shorts are light weight and packed with great features. They retail for $129.
Sweet Protection’s Mudride shorts are made from a 3-layer design and are completely waterproof.
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.
Bolle’s new Flash glasses are polarized and sell for just $99. They are also a perfect match to Bolle’s The ONE helmet.
Smith’s Forefront helmet recived a few cool new color ways including this interesting college design.
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.
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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