The Outlyne combines ultimate safety with crowd-pleasing sophistication. Designed with a smart, navy show jacket appearance and BETA 2009 Level 3 safety features. Ideal for in the ring and out on the XC field.
1. A body protector should be
fitted over light clothing and heavier garments worn over the top.
2. Take your chest, waist, over
shoulder (waist-to-waist) and back length measurements in cm, then find your
size using the charts within your chosen style.
3. Once you think you have the
correct size body protector, and before trying on, loosen the chest and waist
fastenings and flex the garment to soften the foam.
4. Fasten at the chest and waist,
ensuring that the contrast-coloured control markers are covered and there is
enough room for adjustment.
5. Once the body protector fits
securely around the chest and waist, choose the length appropriate to your
height. The shoulders and neckline should lie flat against the body. If this
cannot be achieved, you may need a shorter length.
the back length by sitting on a saddle and simulating all riding positions.
There should be approximately a hand"s width between the saddle and the
base of the garment. At the front, the body protector should reach your
breastbone and cover your bottom rib at mid-chest by 25mm.
It is important not only to take measurements, but to try on the garments
appropriate for your type of figure, as measurements alone will not give you
the full picture.