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Spine VPD 2.0 Jacket

5 out of 5 stars
3 Reviews
Current price: $262.46 Original price: $350.00
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Why We Like The Spine VPD 2.0 Jacket

The burly but low-profile POC Spine VPD 2.0 Jacket provides moto-rated protection yet still fits nicely under a jersey—or even a t-shirt. Super high-tech polymer-based VPD foam is flexible enough to conform to your body for a comfortable fit, and stiffens upon impact to offer some of the most effective protection on the market for your spine, chest shoulders, and elbows.


  • A low-profile jacket with moto-level protection
  • 3D Molded shoulder panels offer wraparound protection
  • Panels are constructed to keep freedom of movement a must
  • Perforation in protection areas boost ventilation
  • Crucial spinal coverage provided by 3D molded back panel
  • Elbow panels are Kevlar reinforced to stand up to impacts and abrasion
  • The height-adjustable and removable waistband helps get the fit just right
  • Item #POC0132
VPD (visco-elastic polymer dough), mesh
front zipper, waistband
Protection Area
back, chest, shoulders, elbows
[back protection] EN 1621-2 Level 1
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

5 based on 3 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

April 11, 2022

Waist Belt Location

This comes with a removeable waist belt that comes stashed inside the jacket in the "pocket" where the foam spine protector is.

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Jeff G
5 out of 5 stars

January 6, 2021

Great for short people too

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:
4' 11"

I bought this chest armor since I had a rib injury from a fall from snowboarding. I stand 4 ft 11 inches (59 inches) petite female. I followed the size guide which I say is accurate. I have not tried snowboarding yet but I tried it on . Its not too loose but not too tight. enough to be able to move my extremities and bend forward and backward. I still have very good range of motion. my only comment is that sleeves are too long for me. I wore it under my snowboard jacket and still able to fit in my small jacket.

Elizabeth C
5 out of 5 stars

October 18, 2020

Really nice. Usable for trail riding

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
5' 11"

I really like mine. It's not as 'burly' as POC makes it sound--you can definitely use it for everyday riding if it's below about 60 out. If you're going to wear a long-sleeve jersey anyway, might as well make it armor. This comes with a pretty beefy back protector with small perforations (removable), three flexible layers of VPD on the chest (removable), integrated shoulder pads (non-removable), and integrated elbow pads (non-removable). It's comfortable for trail riding, with the only caveat being the back protector occasionally rides up. The included cummerbund thing helps with this though (heads up--it's tucked inside the back protector pocket if you can't find yours). Sizing: I got a L/XL. I'm 5'11", 185, 43.5" chest. Fits great and the zipper makes it easy to get on. The back armor and sleeves are a little too long, but it's a minor issue. I've washed mine a couple times (in a laundry bag) with no issues. I did fall on my back once in a slow-speed crash, and was glad I was wearing this. I won't ride without back armor again unless it's just too hot. The crash did punch a small hole in the mesh carrier, but I can't ding POC for that. You need all the ventilation you can get. Overall, it's a great setup and makes you a more confident rider willing to push it a bit harder. For me, that's worth it. Aside--avoid the POC VPD tee and get this. There is no advantage to the tee.

Burns B