Airowear Airmesh II Mens Body Protector

Airowear Body Protection Airowear Airmesh II Mens Body Protector

Airowear Airmesh II Mens Body Protector

Colour: Black

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Product Description

Airowear Airmesh Mens II Body Protector

Product Description

The AirMesh II is the most highly ventilated BETA 2009 Level 3 body protector in Airowear's high performance line.

With lightweight foam that moulds closer to the body than ever before, the AirMesh is designed to provide the ultimate in comfort and safety. With its sporty mesh covering that allows for enhanced airflow across the rider's torso, the AirMesh features gender-specific sizing for the best and most truly customized fit.

  • Gender-specific sizing
  • Zipped jacket style with chest, waist and shoulder adjustments
  • Moulds to the contours of the body
  • Mesh covering and perforated foam offer maximum airflow
  • Please note this garment can be ordered in short or long fittings if required please call 02476 402474 or email


CE marked to EN13158:2009.
Annually retested to BETA 2009 Level 3.

Sizing Chart

How to Fit

To ensure a correct fit that will allow the AirMesh to provide the highest level of protection begin by measuring the rider to determine their correct size. Take the chest measurement in centimetres by wrapping the tape measure around the widest part of the chest. Next, take a back length measurement from the base of the neck to the base of the spine. Next, reference Airowear’s AirMesh sizing charts to determine what the closest size will be.

When trying on he body protector that meets those specifications, check that the lowest rub lies at least two finger-lengths above the bottom of the body protector in the front and that the body protector doesn’t sit above the C7 vertebrae at the base of the neck. Finally, it is important to ensure that the body protector reaches to the top of the tailbone and is not too long in the back. Sitting in a saddle will test that the body protector does not extend low enough to touch the saddle.