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Scott AirFlex Back ProcectorEUR 139.95 EUR 94.95
Scott AirFlex Mens Light Vest Back ProtectionEUR 189.95 EUR 134.95
Sweet Protection Back Protector Vest JuniorEUR 124.95 EUR 87.95
Atomic Live Shield Vest Amid Back ProtectorEUR 239.95 EUR 199.95
Rossignol RPG Vest JR Back ProtectionEUR 99.95 EUR 92.95
Scott AirFlex Womens Light Vest Back ProtectionEUR 189.95 EUR 129.95
Komperdell Super Eco Vest Women BackprotectionEUR 199.95 EUR 149.95
Scott AirFlex Junior Vest Back ProtectionEUR 139.95 EUR 88.95
Marker Body Vest MAP 2.0 Junior BackprotectionEUR 104.95 EUR 67.95
Atomic Live Shield Vest Amid Womens Back ProtectorEUR 239.95 EUR 229.95
Atomic Live Shield BackprotectorEUR 124.95 EUR 104.95
Flaxta Behold Junior Back Protector VestEUR 119.95 EUR 104.95
Atomic Live Shield Junior BackprotectorEUR 89.95 EUR 69.95
Marker Body Vest MAP 2.0 Womens BackprotectionEUR 169.95 EUR 62.95
Komperdell Super Eco Vest Junior BackprotectionEUR 99.95 EUR 87.95
Komperdell Super Eco Vest BackprotectionEUR 199.95 EUR 129.95
Wear a Back Protector When Skiing
Back protection for skiing is now considered a common and necessary piece of protective gear to wear. What was once only used by extreme skiers performing dangerous stunts, are now used by many adults and children on their annual ski holiday. Ski back protectors, also known as ski protector vests, are designed to absorb impacts from falls, prevent hard or pointy objects from damaging you, and provide spine protection.
The two main types are hard shell back protectors and soft shell back protectors. Hardshell protectors are made with strong plastic, such as polycarbonate. Softshell protectors use a softer, absorbent foam material that is lighter but offers less protection.
How Should A Ski Spine Protector Fit?
Ski back protectors are normally worn directly over the ski base layers, followed by the mid layer and outer layer. Similar to the base layer fit, the back protectors should sit close against your body while not restricting movement. The top of the padded area should cover the base of the neck and run all the way down to the tailbone.
There is a European Safety Standard that many ski back protectors are approved for. You can find this info in the product's specifications as EN-approved 1621-2 (level 1 or 2). The difference between levels 1 and 2 is that the latter offers a greater amount of shock absorption. This safety standard is also used for motorcycle back protection.
It’s important to remember that wearing a ski back protector does not make you invincible, but it can greatly reduce or prevent many injuries to one of the most sensitive parts of the body. Your head can be the most vulnerable body part while skiing, so check out our high-quality and certified range of Ski Helmets.