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Protection for pedal-powered pursuits.

If your bubble-wrap budget is starting to run out, don't just give up on full-body protection to save a few bills. If you can cobble together a few extra bucks for the Six Six One Sub Gear Protective Shirt, you'll be able to have serious protection for all your rides, and you won't have to switch it out every time you crash.

The Sub Gear has a unique pedal-friendly design for enduro and all-mountain riding. The polyester shirt wicks moisture to help you stay cool an dry, and is finished with an antimicrobial treatment to make your shuttle laps less stinky and your ride posse less offended. As far as padding is concerned, Six Six One hooked up a combination of flexible chest, elbow, and forearm protection, which save your skin and bones in a crash without making pedaling a cumbersome chore, so you'll never have to decide between comfort and protection again.

  • EVA and Intella-Foam padding
  • Polyester fabric
  • Antimicrobial treatment
  • Chest, shoulder, elbow, and forearm protection

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Awesome for All-Mountain

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

This is my secret weapon. Here you have elbow/forearm pads that actually stay in place, ALL THE TIME, plus shoulder protection that I have crash tested over and over and over. I can't even count how many times over the last four years this ultra-light shirt has saved my ass. I have two of them. I wear one while the other is being washed. After about three years, my first pair was a bit stretched out. Probably because I started putting it in the dryer. Bad move. Let it hang dry.

How thick is the padding? Compared to the Evo pressure suit?

Considerably thinner, but it does the trick and is light-weight. For lift-served, I wear the Evo. For everything else, I wear the sub gear.