Body Vest 2.15 Otis WOMEN

Women

[Sizing in CM]
S / M / L / XL
[Certification]
EN1621-2:2014
[Weight]
690 g (M Size), 340 g FIS-Ready (M Size)
 

Body Vest 2.15 Otis WOMEN Facts

The female counterpart to the men‘s version, tailored to women‘s anatomy without the slightest compromise on protective performance. The new 2.15 OTIS body vest is a revolutionary back protector, because no product does more with less. Thanks to the MAP technology inside, less than 16 mm of material are all that‘s needed to fulfill the tough EN1621-2:2014 standard for protective garments. During a crash, extra spinal column protection delivers heightened security against pointed or sharp-edged objects/stones/chunks of ice. MAP pads on the front and sides of the ribcage mean extra protection. High-quality, extremely flexible functional materials from major Italian manufacturers help ensure that the vests fit like a second skin. The mesh is highly breathable and draws moisture away from the body. The height of the integrated kidney belt can be repositioned to reflect the skier‘s individual spinal column length. It is removable to ensure the back protector complies without the vest.

-> MAP protective material based on EN1621-2:2014 (Level 1)
-> MarkAIR Channel Design
-> Shock absorbers along the rib cage
-> Central guard for the spinal column
-> Adjustable height on kidney belt
-> Thanks to the removable protector with kidney guard, can be worn directly under a racing suit

-> High-quality functional material, made in Italy:

- 4D Stretch
- Extremely breathable
- Transports moisture away from the body

Technology Features

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MAP Technology

EPS with MAP pads reduce impact forces by 22%(Phoenix Otis) / 15%(Kojak Otis) compared to regular EPS

Clinical studies have shown that the rear of the head, the forehead and the temple areas have the highest injury risk levels during falls. The completely new marker MAP (Multi-Impact Adaptive Polymer) technology is being used for the first time in ski and board helmets to provide greater protection to these particular at-risk areas.

MAP
MAP Technology

EPS with MAP pads reduce impact forces by 22%(Phoenix Otis) / 15%(Kojak Otis) compared to regular EPS

Clinical studies have shown that the rear of the head, the forehead and the temple areas have the highest injury risk levels during falls. The completely new marker MAP (Multi-Impact Adaptive Polymer) technology is being used for the first time in ski and board helmets to provide greater protection to these particular at-risk areas.