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Tri-Armor Sacrum Upgrade
Sacrum: Last bone of the spine. The part of the vertebral column that is directly connected with or forms a part of the pelvis and in man consists of five united vertebrae.
Now it is possible for all of Cycleport’s pants to have sacrum protection. This part of the lower spine is important to protect and the majority of back protectors don’t go down low enough to cover the sacrum.
We put a Velcro secured pocket into the back section of the pants that covers from the waist down to the sacrum bone. The armor can be taken in and out is seconds.
All the following photos show the Sacrum Quad-Armor $75.00.
Sacrum Tri-Armor is also available. $49.00. These charges also cover adding the pocket to the pant with a zipper/Velcro closure.
Motoport Sizing Guides
Please call or email your measurements to ensure proper fit. For riders that require custom sizing please call 1-800-777-6499 or email email@example.com.
Please call for more accurate ship dates. 1-800-777-6499
To ensure proper sizing Motoport needs: Height / Weight / Sleeve (from center at base of neck around outside of arms to bend in wrist). To give us the most accurate sleeve measurement, follow the Dress Shirt Sleeve instructions below. Actual Chest / Actual Waist. (No jacket or pant sizes.)Do not inhale when measuring chest. Waist should be measured where you tighten the belt. All measurements taken in a relaxed position. Tape measure should also be comfortable, not tight or loose.NOTE:If ordering Aero-Tex liner we need a neck circumferance measurement at collar height or 2″ from the base of your neck.
Follow these instructions to measure for correct sleeve length
Measuring a motorcycle jacket alone is not good. Please help to confirm the proper sleeve length by measuring a Dress Shirt Sleeve length as shown below. Also make sure to mention when providing this measurement, that this is a dress shirt sleeve length not a jacket sleeve length measurement, measured as shown in Sizing Detail.
Note: Your dress shirt sleeve measured as shown above should be approximately 2″ shorter than the jacket sleeve length measured.
After we receive the above measurements, we will advise if any other measurements are necessary.