Point Two Soft Shell Air Jacket

$799.00

Finally an Air Jacket that lookslike any other vest! The Point Two Soft Shell Air Jacket is the perfectsolution for the style conscious rider. Its sleek and discreet design makes itlook like any other soft shell jacket a rider might...


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Finally an Air Jacket that looks
like any other vest! The Point Two Soft Shell Air Jacket is the perfect
solution for the style conscious rider. Its sleek and discreet design makes it
look like any other soft shell jacket a rider might wear for schooling, show
jumping, hacking, or warm ups, but this jacket actually provides the ultimate
protection unlike any other, it has a fully integrated Point Two ProAir 2 air
bag and trigger system. The Point Two System is discreetly hidden in the front
pocket of the jacket with the CO2 canister and a small opening for the lanyard
which can be hidden away when not riding.

How does the Point Two Soft
Shell Air Jacket work?

The Point Two Soft Shell Air Jacket
is attached to your saddle by a lanyard which when pulled due to the rider
being separated from the saddle, instantly activates the CO2 canister stored in
the front of the vest which then fully inflates the vest. The Point Two Soft
Shell Air Jacket inflates in a tenth of a second, literally fully surrounding
the rider in a blink of an eye.

While inflated, the Soft Shell
Air Jacket still allows for full movement of the arms, legs and chest and
partial movement of the head and neck. The Soft Shell stays tightly inflated
for 15 to 20 seconds then will slowly deflate over 2 to 3 minutes. Once the
Point Two Soft Shell Air Vest has been inflated it is completely reusable,
however, the CO2 canister must be replaced.

What areas of the body does
the Point Two Soft Shell Air Jacket protect?

The Point Two Soft Shell Air Jacket
protects many areas of the body including the abdominal area, protecting
internal organs, the ribcage and its internal organs, the neck and spine
attempting to prevent paralyzing injuries in the event of a rotational fall or
just a severe involuntary dismount.