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Neck Dps Airbag | By Spidi

Spidi is a world leader company on motorcycle apparel and accessories, over the years they have won awards for their innovative safety ideas. The DPS Airbag System weighs only 480 grams and takes only 0.2 seconds to fully inflate, a double cushion will wrap around the rider´s neck and clavicle area, working along the helmet for a never seen before level of safety. An essential device for such a sensible area in case of crash. The airbag is available integrated in three different products, a vest, a jacket and a one piece leather tracksuit. watch the video

You can purchase the "Spidi Neck DPS Airbag Vest" in the US at Amazon




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