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Equitheme Air2 Equestrian Airbag
Equitheme Air2 Equestrian Airbag
Equitheme Air2 Equestrian Airbag
Equitheme Air2 Equestrian Airbag
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Equitheme Air2 Equestrian Airbag

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Introducing the Equitheme Air2 Airbag, the very first traditional (eventing) style equestrian airbag meeting the NF S72-800-2022 standard. Designed to offer the highest levels of protection to the rider compared to a traditional body protector, but without impeding freedom of movement, this vest is excellent for both training and competition. With its slim fit, can also be worn alone or used over a body protector.
Developed in collaboration with FreeJump, it meets the strict NF S72-800-2022 equestrian airbag testing standard.
Air2 main features:
  • Ultra-fast airbag inflation speed (115 ms) in the event of a crash or fall;
  • Maximum protection for the whole torso;
  • It can be worn by reducing its length in the lumbar area by hooking it to buttons, then when the airbag inflates the vest unhooks extending along its entire length, to ensure maximum protection;
  • Maximum ventilation to avoid sweating;
  • Adjustable front closure with solid plastic clips;
  • Weight 900 grams;
  • Supplied with saddle clamp, ball cord, allen key, cartridge, instructions.

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