SAS-TEC CE Approved Hip Protectors

  • Complete replacement kit for leather or textile pants includes two hip protectors
  • Use to replace existing armor or add it to your pants for improved performance against impacts or abrasion
  • 3D-Protector from visco elastic soft foam with outstanding shock absorption values: Residual force < 21 kN (Norm: 35 kN)
  • Optimal for breathable textile clothing due to the ventilation openings
  • Barely noticeable and not bulky. High-end engineering for greater safety
  • Weight: ca. 52 g / item
  • Dimensions (L/W/H): ca. 200/140/10 mm
  • Protection level: 1 (mean value below 35 kN)
  • Protectors surpass the required values of EN 1621-1:2012,level 1 by approx. 30 to 40 per cent
  • Protectors are not destroyed by an impact and can still be used
  • Protectors are lightweight, symmetrical and are washable (remove, hand launder separately / water absorption less than one per cent)

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Sizing Information

Overall size is about 7 1/2” tall and 5” wide at the widest point. The wide end is considered “up” when installed in the pant.

Our Two Cents

SAS-TEC armor is one of the newer armor brands on the market in the US. As of this writing, Scorpion has adopted this armor for use in their new designs. But the armor is sold separately so that people can retrofit existing armor if they like. The armor pieces are comparatively lightweight, very pliable and have sort of a soft “squishy” feel to it, which makes it very comfortable in apparel. The “feel” of the material feels a lot like the D3O brand to me. “Ordinary” CE armor inserts are a bit heavier and not as pliable. Even though this armor is pliable and flexible, it has the unusual property of becoming momentarily very firm when struck, which helps disperse an impact over a wider area of the body in a fall. This property, along with the comfort factor, makes this armor a “premium” product in my opinion. :: Paul, 08-08-14

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