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Constructed of advanced, high-performance fiberglass polymer compound and compressed EVA foam compound padding, the Alpinestars Bionic Neck Support Pro is ingeniously designed to dissipate and divert impact forces away from the neck and spine. These materials come together to create structural integrity to work with the helmet to reduce the severity of a gnarly wreck. The Bionic Neck Support Pro helps to mitigate the injuries of these wrecks by providing an alternative load path, meaning the energy that compresses the neck now has an alternative place to flow, making a fracture a lot less likely.
The Bionic Neck Support Pro is kept lightweight and comfortable, so maximizing your confidence and safety doesn’t have to be dreaded. It’s impossible to completely take out any risk of injury when riding, however the Alpinestars Bionic Neck Support Pro is a necessary step in the right direction to preserving your talent and eliminating unnecessary risks.
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Comments about Alpinestars BNS Pro Neck Support:
Bought a L/XL several weeks ago. Had to send it back and order the next size down XS/S/M immediately. This Alpinestars size chart is waayy off. The chart goes by chest circumference which puts me in the large size. The actual fitment should be based on chest depth as I ended up having to put the SMALL size plates in instead. Other than that it works prett well. First trip with it, 4th of july weekend, I went DH biking at a lift resort. I took a header and lawn darted my temple into the ground, there was no tuck'n'roll... I heard and felt the neck brace compressing and making a racket. I thought I broke the brace already. Other than a stiff arm, my head/neck were fine. I took a similar header last season and felt like I was in a car wreck. I couldn't move my neck/back for about 5 days. So this brace definitely works. The only thing I don't like about it is there isn't enough adjustment. My buddy's Leatt DBX4 has adjustments out the wazoo, although his is a bit more restrictive.