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SE4 HELMET MANUAL keyboard_arrow_right


Our all new premier motocross SE4 Carbon Helmet comes with MIPS, incorporating brain rotational protection with 13% more EPS (Expanded Polystyrene) for ultimate head safety. This featherweight helmet comes in at only 1325 grams, creating the lightest helmet TLD has ever produced. This helmet comes with 6 top intakes feeding 10 internal ports for maximum cool air induction, couple that with 6 exhaust ports that are fed by 9 internal passages to provide excellent dissipation of heat and you've got one protective, lightweight, super-ventilated helmet.

WARNING

  1. No helmet can protect the wearer against all impacts or injuries, nor is it possible to predict if a helmet will protect you in any given accident. Head protection is complicated and is beyond the scope of this manual. The function of the helmet is to reduce the chance or severity of a head injury in an accident. The helmet will not protect the parts of your head that are not covered and will not protect your neck or spine from injury. It will not proct you against head injuries that are not caused by impacts, such as shaking or vibration. For maximum head protection, the helmet must be of a proper fit and theretention system [straps] must be securely fastened under the chin. Failure to ensure a proper fit and securely fasten the helmet is dangerous as the helmet could come off or slip into an improper postion in an accident resulting in severe head or neck injury or death.
  2. A helmet, like all products, may wear out over time depending upon its use and the amount of care that it is given. Please check your helmet every time before use for damage and do not use a damaged helmet. Snell and Troy Lee Designs recommend retiring a helmet after FIVE (5) years from purchase even if there is no visible damage or defect. Of crouse with hard or frequent use this time may be reduced. Even with minimal use, a helmet is affected by things like the acids and oils in sweat, hair care products, pollution, exposure to UV rays, corrosive dirt or mud, being tossed around, etc. Of course, if your helmet becomes less than snug in fit, or damaged, it should be replaced before the five year. Replacing your helmet every 5 years allows you to take advantage of advances in helmet design and construction.
  3. Helmets are designed to absorb ONE impact. After your helmet has been involved in one impact you must destroy it and replace it. Your helmet is designed to distribute the localized force of an impact over a larger area on the helmet. Even if your helmet looks undamaged its useful life is finished after one impact and will no longer provide protection in an accident. WIth a sufficient impact, the helmet's impact absorbing liner (EPS or "expanded polystyrene") becomes compacted. Once this has happened, the helmet no longer has the abilityy to absorb further impacts and protect your head. If you have any doubts for example, if you drop your helmet or if it is hit by something and you are not sure if the impact was sufficient to damage the helmet contact Troy Lee Designs before you use the helmet again. Illustration depicts damage to the inner EPS liner after an impact that may not be visible to the eye.

GENERAL WARNINGS

  1. Never modify your helmet. It is very dangerous to drill holes or cut the shell and/or the shock absoroption liner. Modifications can seriously weaken the helmet. Modifying the retention system weakens it, and may render the helmet useless in an accident. Removing parts such asthe mouth guard or rubber face rim can expose edges, which may injure you in an accident. Never sand or paint the outside of the helmets. Always use approved Troy Lee Designs parts when replacing visors, screws, pads or any other parts. A weakened helmet will not provide head protection.
  2. Always check your helmet before use. Check your visor screws and tighten if necessary. Check for cracks in the helmet. If you find cracks or dmage, stop using the helmet immediately. Plastic components may start to wear out before 5 years from purchase. If you find deterioration in any part of a component, either replace that component or get a new helmet. If these parts come loose and/or fall off while you're riding, your vision may be blocked resulting in serious personal injury or death. Check the security of the retention system and always make sure that the comfort liner and the cheek pads are attached before you use the helmet.
  3. Do not purchase used helmets or any used parts for the helmet. Do not sell your helmet.
  4. Do not wear anything between helmet and head.
  5. Never allow others to use your helmet and do not use someone else's helmet.
  6. Helmet may reduce hearing. Be aware of your environment.
  7. Ride responsibly and do not take extra risks just because you are wearing a helmet.
  8. Do not hang or hook your helmet on anything. It may cause damage to helmet reducing the effectiveness of helmet's protection.
  9. Do not drop your helmet on a hard surface. Doing so could permanently damage it. If unsure if you have damaged the helmet contact Troy Lee Designs
  10. Never mount any rigid objects to the inside or outisde of your helmet other than those sold by Troy Lee Designs. This can weaken the helmet or cause injuries to you in an accident, by increasing the force on the helmet or the object could become a projectile.

USING YOUR CHIN STRAPS

  1. Tightening the chin strap correctly is extremely important. If your chin strap is loose, the shock of an impact may knock your helmet off, leaving your head completely unprotected. Do not use a helmet that can be rolled off the head with the chin strap fastened, since it may come off in an accident, resulting in death or serious personal injuries. Do not use a chin cup or wear the strap on the end of the chin. If the chin strap is not in the proper position (well under your chin next to your throat) or used properly, the helmet may come off in an accident, resulting in death or serious personal injuries.
  2. To securely fasten the D ring retention system, thread the end of the chin strap through the D rings only as shown in figure (A) and pull it tight against your throat figure (B).
  3. Spread rings apart and loop strap back through gap and under first ring as shown in figure (B) Again pull strap tight on neck that tension is snug against throat but not to restrict breathing.
  4. Fasten the chin strap end snap on the D ring side as shown in figure (C) to secure the loose end of the chin strap with the red snap after completion of step one.
  5. During use occasionally make sure that the strap does not come loose while you ride.

VISOR ADJUSTMENT, REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT

WARNING: Visor can fracture under impact or in an accident. Do not use a helmet with a broken visor. Always wear eye protection. Only use a TLD approved visor and visor hardware on your helmet

REMOVAL:

  1. To securely fasten the D ring retention system, thread the end of the chin strap through the D rings only as shown in figure (A) and pull it tight against your throat figure (B).

INSTALLATION:

  1. Before installation of visor, make sure threads in helmet are in good condition and clear of any debris
  2. Position visor and install center screw first then position and install side screws with washers one at a time in the inserts on the either side of the helmet. Take care not to cross thread screws or over tighten because this permanent damage to the helmet is not covered by warranty. Tighten all screws hand tight.
  3. Check and tighten screws regularly and as needed before you ride.

WARRANTY

If any portion of this warranty is held to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, such finding will not invalidate any other provision. For products purchased in countries other than the United States please contact Troy Lee Designs authorized distributor in that respective country.

TO OBTAIN SERVICE UNDER THIS WARRANTY YOU MUST EITHER: Bring or send your Troy Lee Designs SE4 Helmet together with this warranty, the retail seller's original receipt or other satisfactory proof of the date of purchase to the retailer where you purchased the item. You can also send your Troy Lee Designs SE4 Helmet (with the return authorization number on the outside of the shipping container and affixed to the product), together with the retail seller's original receipt or other satisfactory proof of the date of purchase to: Troy Lee Designs Attn: Helmet Warranty Dept., 155 East Rincon. Corona, CA92879 USA. You must obtain a return authorization number by calling Troy Lee Designs, at (951)371-5219 or sending an E-mail to warranty@troyleedesigns.com prior to returning the product to Troy Lee Designs. Any postage, insurance or shipping cost incurred in sending your Troy Lee Designs product for service under either option above is your responsibility. Troy Lee Designs will not be responsible for products lost or damaged in shipping. For products purchased in countries other than the United States please contact the Troy Lee Designs authorized distributor in the country where the product was purchased. They can be warranty replacement request form before processing your warranty claim.

CRASH REPLACEMENT POLICY: Troy Lee Designs understands that accidents will happen. As a result, Troy Lee Designs will assist with the replacement of your helmet by providing a 30% discount off of Troy Lee Designs current suggested retail price in your respectivecountry. All other provisions of this warranty apply and the procedures outlined for warranty service apply also to the accident replacement policy Troy Lee Designs will make the final decision on whether the part will be covered under the crash replacememt policy.

WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS: Retailers and sellers of Troy Lee Designs product are not authorized to modify this warranty in any way. It is your responsibility to regularly examine the product to determine the need for normal service or replacement. This warranty does not cover the following:

  • Products that have been modified, neglected or poorly maintained, used for commercial purposes, misused or abused or involved in accidents.
  • Damage occuring during shipment of the products (such claims must be presneted directly to the shipper).
  • Damage to products resulting from improper assembly or repair, the use or installation of parts or accessories not compatible with the original intended use of the product, or the failure to follow the product warnings and usage instructions.
  • Damage or deterioration to the surface finish, aesthetics or appearance of the product.
  • The labor required to remove and/or re-fit and re-adjust the item covered by this warranty.
  • Normal wear to the product.
  • Any products for which the consumer does not follow the warranty procedures outlined above. For the current version of this warranty please visit our website at www.troyleedesigns.com

Helmet specifications are subject to change without notice.

(© 2015 Troy Lee Designs)

SE3 HELMET MANUAL keyboard_arrow_right


The SE3 MX helmet utilizes innovative features that set it apart from the norm. Highly developed off-road materials and processes, advanced composites and hardware along with systems and designs exclusive to TLD keep you protected in the most critical moment. The Troy Lee Designs SE3 helmet is an essential piece of head protection for todays motocross racer.

  1. Exclusive, multi-level internal ventilation system and our "Thermal Crown Cooling-Exhaust Chamber" is built into the eps liner and inner shell to channel air throughout the inside of the helmet, keeping your head cool even under the most extreme riding conditions.
  2. Air ram top scoop intake that forces freesh air into the top of the helmet.
  3. Low-pressure back vents work in conjunction with the top and front high-pressure air scoops by actually pulling hot air out of the back of the helmet.
  4. New aggressively styled mouthpiece which allows more air while providing excellent facial roost protection.
  5. Super impact-absorbing, dual-density, molded EVA chin bar liner adds protection and style detail.
  6. Distinctive style lines designed and built into the shell provide a guide to keep your goggle strap in place.
  7. Ultra high-tech moisture-absorbing comfort liner and cheek pads are removable and washable. They are made with CoolMax® and DRI-LEX® for maximum comfort.
  8. Removable and replaceable mouthpiece and nose guard.
  1. Aerospace titanium cross-top and ergonimically designed tri-star visor adjustment screws for easy visor placement.
  2. Includes 2 new Vortext™ visors with shell-matching graphics.
  3. Quick release cheek pads for emergency helmet removal.
  • Includes an all new SE-3 helmet bag.
  • The SE-3 helmet is available in sizes: X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large and XX-Large.
  • Includes a 3 year limited warranty.
  • World famous TLD graphics.
  • Aerospace composite fiberglass shell with carbon fiber and Kevlar® reinforcements integrated into key areas of shell's lay-up.
  • Leading-edge styling with ultra high-performance in mind.
  • CERTIFICATIONS:
    SNELL M2010, DOT FMVSS 218, CE 22.05

DUAL DENSITY EPS LINER

With the introdudction of the SE-3 helmet, Troy Lee Designs has developed a Dual Density two piece EPS impact absorbing liner. This state of the art advancement greatly improved the ability to fine tune the energy absorbing aspects and performance of the helmet. These new SE-3 helmet models with Dual Density liners have prove to perform so well that they exceed the latest motorcycle helmet certification standards including the most extreme Snell M2010 standard.

DUAL DENSITY SHOCK PAD SYSTEM

Troy Lee Designs is excited to introduce an important advancement in impact management, the exclusive Troy Lee Designs Dual Density Shock Pad System. The use of strategically positioned Multi Impact Shock Pads on the inside surface of the EPS liner provides a primary impact material of lower density than the deeply channeled EPS liner. This advanced shock pad layer provides low speed impact absorption and a noticeable improvement in comfort and durability, for irritating and frequent lighter hits that might otherwise cause damage to the delicate single impact EPS liner. The newly developed Shock Pad System can help absorb many small impacts.

MULTI LEVEL INTERNAL VENTILATION SYSTEM

Our exclusive multi level internal ventilation system utilizes different locations, pressures, and volumes of air (pushed and pulled) through 12 intake and 4 large exhaust vents. Over 8 square inchyes of intake area and 14 internal channels ensure plenty of fresh air enters and flows through the helmet. The large rear exhaust vents work in conjunction with the shell shape, by actually creating a low pressure area behind the helmet, therefore drawing hot air out to provide an extremely efficient ventilation system.

  1. COOL AIR, HIGH PRESSURE TOP SCOOP:
    At speed, this scoop forces cool air to the top of the head.

  2. HOT AIR EXHAUST VENTS:
    Shell design create a low pressure area at the rear of the helmet thus drawing out the hot air from inside the helmet.
  1. COOL AIR, HIGH VOLUME FOREHEAD INTAKE:
    Strategically placed, allowing huge amounts of fresh air in, to cool the entire head.

  2. FREE-FLOW FACE VENTS:
    Allows fresh air to reach the face, and helps prevent goggle fogging.

WARNING

  1. No helmet can protect the wearer against all impacts or injuries, nor is it possible to predict if a helmet will protect you in any given accident. Head protection is complicated and is beyond the scope of this manual. The function of the helmet is to reduce the chance or severity of a head injury in an accident. The helmet will not protect the parts of your head that are not covered and will not protect your neck or spine from injury. It will not proct you against head injuries that are not caused by impacts, such as shaking or vibration. For maximum head protection, the helmet must be of a proper fit and theretention system [straps] must be securely fastened under the chin. Failure to ensure a proper fit and securely fasten the helmet is dangerous as the helmet could come off or slip into an improper postion in an accident resulting in severe head or neck injury or death.
  2. A helmet, like all products, may wear out over time depending upon its use and the amount of care that it is given. Please check your helmet every time before use for damage and do not use a damaged helmet. Snell and Troy Lee Designs recommend retiring a helmet after FIVE (5) years from purchase even if there is no visible damage or defect. Of crouse with hard or frequent use this time may be reduced. Even with minimal use, a helmet is affected by things like the acids and oils in sweat, hair care products, pollution, exposure to UV rays, corrosive dirt or mud, being tossed around, etc. Of course, if your helmet becomes less than snug in fit, or damaged, it should be replaced before the five year. Replacing your helmet every 5 years allows you to take advantage of advances in helmet design and construction.
  3. Helmets are designed to absorb ONE impact. After your helmet has been involved in one impact you must destroy it and replace it. Your helmet is designed to distribute the localized force of an impact over a larger area on the helmet. Even if your helmet looks undamaged its useful life is finished after one impact and will no longer provide protection in an accident. WIth a sufficient impact, the helmet's impact absorbing liner (EPS or "expanded polystyrene") becomes compacted. Once this has happened, the helmet no longer has the abilityy to absorb further impacts and protect your head. If you have any doubts for example, if you drop your helmet or if it is hit by something and you are not sure if the impact was sufficient to damage the helmet contact Troy Lee Designs before you use the helmet again. Illustration depicts damage to the inner EPS liner after an impact that may not be visible to the eye.

GENERAL WARNINGS

  1. Never modify your helmet. It is very dangerous to drill holes or cut the shell and/or the shock absoroption liner. Modifications can seriously weaken the helmet. Modifying the retention system weakens it, and may render the helmet useless in an accident. Removing parts such asthe mouth guard or rubber face rim can expose edges, which may injure you in an accident. Never sand or paint the outside of the helmets. Always use approved Troy Lee Designs parts when replacing visors, screws, pads or any other parts. A weakened helmet will not provide head protection.
  2. Always check your helmet before use. Check your visor screws and tighten if necessary. Check for cracks in the helmet. If you find cracks or dmage, stop using the helmet immediately. Plastic components may start to wear out before 5 years from purchase. If you find deterioration in any part of a component, either replace that component or get a new helmet. If these parts come loose and/or fall off while you're riding, your vision may be blocked resulting in serious personal injury or death. Check the security of the retention system and always make sure that the comfort liner and the cheek pads are attached before you use the helmet.
  3. Do not purchase used helmets or any used parts for the helmet. Do not sell your helmet.
  4. Do not wear anything between helmet and head.
  5. Never allow others to use your helmet and do not use someone else's helmet.
  6. Helmet may reduce hearing. Be aware of your environment.
  7. Ride responsibly and do not take extra risks just because you are wearing a helmet.
  8. Do not hang or hook your helmet on anything. It may cause damage to helmet reducing the effectiveness of helmet's protection.
  9. Do not drop your helmet on a hard surface. Doing so could permanently damage it. If unsure if you have damaged the helmet contact Troy Lee Designs
  10. Never mount any rigid objects to the inside or outisde of your helmet other than those sold by Troy Lee Designs. This can weaken the helmet or cause injuries to you in an accident, by increasing the force on the helmet or the object could become a projectile.

USING YOUR CHIN STRAPS

  1. Tightening the chin strap correctly is extremely important. If your chin strap is loose, the shock of an impact may knock your helmet off, leaving your head completely unprotected. Do not use a helmet that can be rolled off the head with the chin strap fastened, since it may come off in an accident, resulting in death or serious personal injuries. Do not use a chin cup or wear the strap on the end of the chin. If the chin strap is not in the proper position (well under your chin next to your throat) or used properly, the helmet may come off in an accident, resulting in death or serious personal injuries.
  2. To securely fasten the D ring retention system, thread the end of the chin strap through the D rings only as shown in figure (A) and pull it tight against your throat figure (B).
  3. Spread rings apart and loop strap back through gap and under first ring as shown in figure (B) Again pull strap tight on neck that tension is snug against throat but not to restrict breathing.
  4. Fasten the chin strap end snap on the D ring side as shown in figure (C) to secure the loose end of the chin strap with the red snap after completion of step one.
  5. During use occasionally make sure that the strap does not come loose while you ride.

VISOR ADJUSTMENT, REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT

WARNING: Visor can fracture under impact or in an accident. Do not use a helmet with a broken visor. Always wear eye protection. Only use a TLD approved visor and visor hardware on your helmet

REMOVAL:

  1. To securely fasten the D ring retention system, thread the end of the chin strap through the D rings only as shown in figure (A) and pull it tight against your throat figure (B).

INSTALLATION:

  1. Before installation of visor, make sure threads in helmet are in good condition and clear of any debris
  2. Position visor and install center screw first then position and install side screws with washers one at a time in the inserts on the either side of the helmet. Take care not to cross thread screws or over tighten because this permanent damage to the helmet is not covered by warranty. Tighten all screws hand tight.
  3. Check and tighten screws regularly and as needed before you ride.

SE 3 HELMET WARRANTY

Troy Lee Designs warrants to the original retail purchaser("you") that the Troy Lee Designs products for which they received this warranty is free from defects in material and workmanship for 3 years from the date of original retail purchase. This warranty is not transferable to a subsequent purchaser. Troy Lee Designs sole obligation under this warranty is to repair or replace the product, at Troy Lee Designs option. Troy Lee Designs must be notified in writing of any claim under this warranty within 60 days of any claimed lack of comformity of the product.

WARRANTY LIMITATIONS

The duration of any implied warranty or condition, of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or otherwise, on this product shall be limited to the duration of the express warranty set forth above. In no event shall Troy Lee Designs be liable for any loss, inconvenience or damage, whether direct, incidental, consequential or otherwise, resulting from breach of any express or implied warranty or condition, of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or otherwise with respect to this product, except as set forth herein. Some states or countries do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts and some do not allow exclusions orlimitations of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which may vary, from location to location. This warranty will be interpreted pursuant to the laws of the United States. The original English language version/meaning of this warranty controls over all translations and Troy Lee Designs is not responsible for any errros in translation of this warranty or any product instructions. This warranty is not intended to conver any additional legal, jurisdictional or warranty rights to you other that those set forth herein or required by law. If any portion of this warranty is held to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, such finding will not invalidate any other provision. For products purchased in countries other than the United States please contact Troy Lee Designs authorized distributor in that respective country.

WARRANTY SERVICE OPTIONS

    TO OBTAIN SERVICE UNDER THIS WARRANTY YOU MUST EITHER:
  1. Bring or send your Troy Lee Designs SE-3 Helmet, together with this warranty, the retail seller's original receipt or other satisfactory proof of date of purchase to the retailer where you purchased the item, or
  2. Send your Troy Lee Designs SE-3 Helmet (with the return authorization number on the outside of the shipping container and affixed to the product), together with the retail seller's original receipt or other satisfactory proof of the date of purchase to: Troy Lee Designs Attn: Helmet Warranty Dept., 155 East Rincon, Corona, CA92879 USA. You must obtain a return authorization number by calling Troy Lee Designs at (951)371-5219 or sending an e-mail to warranty@troyleedesigns.com prior to returning the product to Troy Lee Designs.
  • Any postage, insurace or shipping costs incurred in sending your Troy Lee Designs product for service under either option above is your responsibility. Troy Lee Designs will not be responsible for products lost or damaged in shipping.
  • For products purchased in countries other than the United States, please contact the Troy Lee Designs authorized distributor in the country where the product was purchased. A list of distributors can be fond on our website at (www.troyleedesigns.com
  • Troy Lee Designs may require that you complete and sign a warranty replacement request form before processing your warranty claim

CRASH REPLACEMENT POLICY:

Troy Lee Designs nderstands that accidents will happen. As a result, Troy Lee Designs will assist with the replacement of your helmet by providing a 30% discount off of Troy Lee Designs current suggested retail price in your respective country. All other provisions of this warranty apply and the procedures outline for warranty service apply also to the accident replacement policy. Troy Lee Designs will make the final decision on whether the part will be covered under the crash replacement policy.

WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS: Retailers and sellers of Troy Lee Designs product are not authorized to modify this warranty in any way. It is your responsibility to regularly examine the product to determine the need for normal service or replacement. This warranty does not cover the following:

  • Products that have been modified, neglected or poorly maintained, used for commercial purposes, misused or abused or involved in accidents.
  • Damage occuring during shipment of the products (such claims must be presneted directly to the shipper).
  • Damage to products resulting from improper assembly or repair, the use or installation of parts or accessories not compatible with the original intended use of the product, or the failure to follow the product warnings and usage instructions.
  • Damage or deterioration to the surface finish, aesthetics or appearance of the product.
  • The labor required to remove and/or re-fit and re-adjust the item covered by this warranty.
  • Normal wear to the product.
  • Any products for which the consumer does not follow the warranty procedures outlined above. For the current version of this warranty please visit our website at www.troyleedesigns.com
  • Decorative top intake scoop cover is not warranted against damage or loss due to the required method of attachment.
  • This component does not effect the safety of the helmet. This cover can be reattached or replaced at the owners expense if desired.
  • For a more in-depth version of this warranty please visit our website at www.troyleedesigns.com

Helmet specifications are subject to change without notice.

(© 2015 Troy Lee Designs)

AIR HELMET MANUAL keyboard_arrow_right


Our Air helmet is the embodiment of patented technologies that have made Troy Lee Designs a leader in the off-road helmet market worldwide. Each one is made with advanced materials and features that are common to all TLD helmets. From our unique pre-preg carbon / composite shell and forced air ventilation system to our dual-density impact liner, the Air helmet will give you the confi dence to ride to your limits without sacrifi cing safety and style.

  1. Exclusive, multi-level internal ventilation system and our "thermal crown cooling and exhaust chamber" are built into the EPS liner and shell to transfer air throughout the inside channels of the helmet, keeping your head cool even under the most extreme riding conditions.
  2. High-pressure top scoop, forces fresh air into the top of the helmet.
  3. Exhaust vents work in conjunction with the top and front inlets by essentially pulling hot air out of the back of the helmet
  4. New removable/replaceable mouth piece allows more air flow while providing excellent facial roost protection.
  5. Thicker impact-absorbing, EPS inside of chin bar liner adds protection and style details
  6. Distinctively styled lines designed and built into the shell provide a guide to keep your goggle strap in place.
  7. Ultra high-tech moisture-absorbing comfort liner and cheekpads are removable and washable. Dri-Lex® and CoolMax® fabric is used for both maximum absorption and maximum comfort.
  1. Removable and replaceable nose guard. Provides additional roost protection
  2. Aluminum cross-top and ergonomically designed propeller visor adjustment screws with Nylon inserts add an element of safety.
  3. Includes new Vortex™ visor with shell-matching graphics
  • Includes a draw string sock bag.
  • The AIR helmet is available in adult sizes: X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large.
  • Includes a 1 year limited warranty.
  • World famous TLD graphics.
  • Aerospace composite shell with carbon fiber, Kevlar®, and fiberglass reinforcements integrated into the shell's advanced lay-up.
  • Leading-edge styling with ultra high-performance in mind.
  • Exceeds SNELL M2005, U.S. Department of Transportation "DOT" and European CE Standards for adult use.

MULTI LEVEL INTERNAL VENTILATION SYSTEM

Our exclusive multi level internal ventilation system utilizes different locations, pressures, and volumes of air (pushed and pulled) through 12 intake and 4 large exhaust vents. Over 8 square inches of intake area and 14 internal channels ensure plenty of fresh air enters and flows through the helmet. The large rear exhaust vents work in conjunction with the shell shape, by actually creating a low pressure area behind the helmet, therefore drawing hot air out to provide an extremely efficient ventilation system.

  1. COOL AIR, HIGH PRESSURE TOP SCOOP:
    At speed, this scoop forces cool air to the top of the head.

  2. HOT AIR EXHAUST VENTS:
    Shell design create a low pressure area at the rear of the helmet thus drawing out the hot air from inside the helmet.
  1. COOL AIR, HIGH VOLUME FOREHEAD INTAKE:
    Strategically placed, allowing huge amounts of fresh air in, to cool the entire head.

  2. FREE-FLOW FACE VENTS:
    Allows fresh air to reach the face, and helps prevent goggle fogging.

WARNING

  1. No helmet can protect the wearer against all impacts or injuries, nor is it possible to predict if a helmet will protect you in any given accident. Head protection is complicated and is beyond the scope of this manual. The function of the helmet is to reduce the chance or severity of a head injury in an accident. The helmet will not protect the parts of your head that are not covered and will not protect your neck or spine from injury. It will not proct you against head injuries that are not caused by impacts, such as shaking or vibration. For maximum head protection, the helmet must be of a proper fit and theretention system [straps] must be securely fastened under the chin. Failure to ensure a proper fit and securely fasten the helmet is dangerous as the helmet could come off or slip into an improper postion in an accident resulting in severe head or neck injury or death.
  2. A helmet, like all products, may wear out over time depending upon its use and the amount of care that it is given. Please check your helmet every time before use for damage and do not use a damaged helmet. Snell and Troy Lee Designs recommend retiring a helmet after FIVE (5) years from purchase even if there is no visible damage or defect. Of crouse with hard or frequent use this time may be reduced. Even with minimal use, a helmet is affected by things like the acids and oils in sweat, hair care products, pollution, exposure to UV rays, corrosive dirt or mud, being tossed around, etc. Of course, if your helmet becomes less than snug in fit, or damaged, it should be replaced before the five year. Replacing your helmet every 5 years allows you to take advantage of advances in helmet design and construction.
  3. Helmets are designed to absorb ONE impact. After your helmet has been involved in one impact you must destroy it and replace it. Your helmet is designed to distribute the localized force of an impact over a larger area on the helmet. Even if your helmet looks undamaged its useful life is finished after one impact and will no longer provide protection in an accident. WIth a sufficient impact, the helmet's impact absorbing liner (EPS or "expanded polystyrene") becomes compacted. Once this has happened, the helmet no longer has the abilityy to absorb further impacts and protect your head. If you have any doubts for example, if you drop your helmet or if it is hit by something and you are not sure if the impact was sufficient to damage the helmet contact Troy Lee Designs before you use the helmet again. Illustration depicts damage to the inner EPS liner after an impact that may not be visible to the eye.

GENERAL WARNINGS

  1. Never modify your helmet. It is very dangerous to drill holes or cut the shell and/or the shock absoroption liner. Modifications can seriously weaken the helmet. Modifying the retention system weakens it, and may render the helmet useless in an accident. Removing parts such asthe mouth guard or rubber face rim can expose edges, which may injure you in an accident. Never sand or paint the outside of the helmets. Always use approved Troy Lee Designs parts when replacing visors, screws, pads or any other parts. A weakened helmet will not provide head protection.
  2. Always check your helmet before use. Check your visor screws and tighten if necessary. Check for cracks in the helmet. If you find cracks or dmage, stop using the helmet immediately. Plastic components may start to wear out before 5 years from purchase. If you find deterioration in any part of a component, either replace that component or get a new helmet. If these parts come loose and/or fall off while you're riding, your vision may be blocked resulting in serious personal injury or death. Check the security of the retention system and always make sure that the comfort liner and the cheek pads are attached before you use the helmet.
  3. Do not purchase used helmets or any used parts for the helmet. Do not sell your helmet.
  4. Do not wear anything between helmet and head.
  5. Never allow others to use your helmet and do not use someone else's helmet.
  6. Helmet may reduce hearing. Be aware of your environment.
  7. Ride responsibly and do not take extra risks just because you are wearing a helmet.
  8. Do not hang or hook your helmet on anything. It may cause damage to helmet reducing the effectiveness of helmet's protection.
  9. Do not drop your helmet on a hard surface. Doing so could permanently damage it. If unsure if you have damaged the helmet contact Troy Lee Designs
  10. Never mount any rigid objects to the inside or outisde of your helmet other than those sold by Troy Lee Designs. This can weaken the helmet or cause injuries to you in an accident, by increasing the force on the helmet or the object could become a projectile.

USING YOUR CHIN STRAPS

  1. Tightening the chin strap correctly is extremely important. If your chin strap is loose, the shock of an impact may knock your helmet off, leaving your head completely unprotected. Do not use a helmet that can be rolled off the head with the chin strap fastened, since it may come off in an accident, resulting in death or serious personal injuries. Do not use a chin cup or wear the strap on the end of the chin. If the chin strap is not in the proper position (well under your chin next to your throat) or used properly, the helmet may come off in an accident, resulting in death or serious personal injuries.
  2. To securely fasten the D ring retention system, thread the end of the chin strap through the D rings only as shown in figure (A) and pull it tight against your throat figure (B).
  3. Spread rings apart and loop strap back through gap and under first ring as shown in figure (B) Again pull strap tight on neck that tension is snug against throat but not to restrict breathing.
  4. Fasten the chin strap end snap on the D ring side as shown in figure (C) to secure the loose end of the chin strap with the red snap after completion of step one.
  5. During use occasionally make sure that the strap does not come loose while you ride.

VISOR ADJUSTMENT, REMOVAL AND REPLACEMENT

WARNING: Visor can fracture under impact or in an accident. Do not use a helmet with a broken visor. Always wear eye protection. Only use a TLD approved visor and visor hardware on your helmet

REMOVAL:

  1. To securely fasten the D ring retention system, thread the end of the chin strap through the D rings only as shown in figure (A) and pull it tight against your throat figure (B).

INSTALLATION:

  1. Before installation of visor, make sure threads in helmet are in good condition and clear of any debris
  2. Position visor and install center screw first then position and install side screws with washers one at a time in the inserts on the either side of the helmet. Take care not to cross thread screws or over tighten because this permanent damage to the helmet is not covered by warranty. Tighten all screws hand tight.
  3. Check and tighten screws regularly and as needed before you ride.

AIR HELMET WARRANTY

Troy Lee Designs warrants to the original purchasers ("you") that the Troy Lee Designs product for which they received this warranty is free from defects in material and workmanship for ONE year from the date of original retail purchase. This warranty is not transferable to a subsequent purchaser. Troy Lee Designs sole obligation under this warranty is to repair or replace the product, at Troy Lee Designs discretion. Troy Lee Designs must be notified in writing of any claim under this warranty within 60 days of any claimed lack of conformity of the product, and with proof of purchase.

WARRANTY LIMITATIONS

The duration of any implied warranty or condition, of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or otherwise, on this product shall be limited to the duration of the express warranty set forth above. In no event shall Troy Lee Designs be liable for any loss, inconvenience or damage, whether direct, incidental, consequential or otherwise, resulting from breach of any express or implied warranty or condition, of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or otherwise with respect to this product, except as set forth herein. Some states or countries do not allow limitation on how long an implied warranty lasts and some do not allow exclusions orlimitations of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitations or exclusions may not apply to you. This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights, which may vary, from location to location. This warranty will be interpreted pursuant to the laws of the United States. The original English language version/meaning of this warranty controls over all translations and Troy Lee Designs is not responsible for any errros in translation of this warranty or any product instructions. This warranty is not intended to conver any additional legal, jurisdictional or warranty rights to you other that those set forth herein or required by law. If any portion of this warranty is held to be invalid or unenforceable for any reason, such finding will not invalidate any other provision. For products purchased in countries other than the United States please contact Troy Lee Designs authorized distributor in that respective country.

TO OBTAIN SERVICE UNDER THIS WARRANTY YOU MUST EITHER: Bring or send your Troy Lee Designs Air Helmet together with this warranty, the retail seller's original receipt or other satisfactory proof of the date of purchase to the retailer where you purchased the item. You can also send your Troy Lee Designs Air Helmet (with the return authorization number on the outside of the shipping container and affixed to the product), together with the retail seller's original receipt or other satisfactory proof of the date of purchase to: Troy Lee Designs Attn: Helmet Warranty Dept., 155 East Rincon. Corona, CA92879 USA. You must obtain a return authorization number by calling Troy Lee Designs, at (951)371-5219 or sending an E-mail to warranty@troyleedesigns.com prior to returning the product to Troy Lee Designs.

Any postage, insurance or shipping cost incurred in sending your Troy Lee Designs product for service under either option above is your responsibility. Troy Lee Designs will not be responsible for products lost or damaged in shipping. For products purchased in countries other than the United States please contact the Troy Lee Designs authorized distributor in the country where the product was purchased. They can be warranty replacement request form before processing your warranty claim.

CRASH REPLACEMENT POLICY: Troy Lee Designs understands that accidents will happen. As a result, Troy Lee Designs will assist with the replacement of your helmet by providing a 30% discount off of Troy Lee Designs current suggested retail price in your respectivecountry. All other provisions of this warranty apply and the procedures outlined for warranty service apply also to the accident replacement policy Troy Lee Designs will make the final decision on whether the part will be covered under the crash replacememt policy.

WARRANTY EXCLUSIONS: Retailers and sellers of Troy Lee Designs product are not authorized to modify this warranty in any way. It is your responsibility to regularly examine the product to determine the need for normal service or replacement. This warranty does not cover the following:

  • Products that have been modified, neglected or poorly maintained, used for commercial purposes, misused or abused or involved in accidents.
  • Damage occuring during shipment of the products (such claims must be presneted directly to the shipper).
  • Damage to products resulting from improper assembly or repair, the use or installation of parts or accessories not compatible with the original intended use of the product, or the failure to follow the product warnings and usage instructions.
  • Damage or deterioration to the surface finish, aesthetics or appearance of the product.
  • The labor required to remove and/or re-fit and re-adjust the item covered by this warranty.
  • Normal wear to the product.
  • Any products for which the consumer does not follow the warranty procedures outlined above. For the current version of this warranty please visit our website at www.troyleedesigns.com

Helmet specifications are subject to change without notice.

(© 2015 Troy Lee Designs)

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INSTRUCTIONS

1. Always wear your helmet about 1 inch (2.54 cm) above your brow to protect your forehead; helmet should be in a level position across your forehead and ears, left to right and front to back.

2. Helmet should not be worn tilted back exposing your forehead. Strap should not be loose and out from under your chin.

3. Pull out tab on release strap. Slide snap till desired strap length is reached. Push tab bak in to secure strap.

4. Adjust strap so the back strap fits behind and clears your ear, and fits snug to the side of your head behind the ear. Front strap should aslo e adjusted to be taught against the side of the face. The helmet should be adjusted so that the straps do not cover the ears and the straps and buckle adjusted to be both comfortable yet firm.

5. Secure chin strap snap by pushing opposite ends together. A click sound will make sure you have the chin strap buckle securely fastened. Push inward on side prongs to release chin strap buckle. Be careful that your neck does not get pinched from chin strap snap. The buckle should be positioned away from the jawbone. Make sure to tighten the chin strap well back against the throat and NOT on the point of your chin. Straps worn too close to the chin increases the chance of the helmet coming off during an accident.

6. Adjust chin strap tightness by feeding strap through pulling at opposite end. Wrap excess strap under rubber grommet. Not securing the loose ends with the rubber grommet can result in the helmet coming off accidentally.

7-8. Twist stabilizer wheel (at rear of helmet) clockwise to tighten against the back of the head. Tighten until helmet fits snug and securely. Twist stabilizer wheel counter-clockwise to loosen tension against back of head to remove helmet.

9-10. Adjust stabilizers reach on back of head by gently pulling out end of arm protruding into helmet shell. Locate the end of the stabilizer ball mount in one of the three holes for desired fit. Push to click for secure mounting.

INSTRUCTIONS

CHECK THE FIT: Before using the helmet, make sure that it fits correctly, it is positioned to cover your entire forehead, the straps are correctly adjusted, and the chin strap is tight. Grab the helmet with both hands and twist it to the left and right. If the helmet fits correctly, the skin on your forehead will move as the helmet moves. If the skin on your forehead does not move, the helmet is too loose.

CHECK THE STRAPS: With the helmet on and the chin strap buckled, grab the helmet with both hands and try to remove it by rolling the helmet forward and backward as far as you can. Make a serious effort. If you can roll/push the helmet off the head completely in either direction or roll it forward so far that it blocks vision or backwards so far that it exposes the forehead, YOUR HELMET DOES NOT FIT CORRECTLY. Repeat STEPS above until helmet movement is minimal

TEST RIDE: Once you are satisfied that the helmet fits correctly and that all straps are properly adjusted, tightened, and secured, take a short bicycle ride in a area free from traffic and other hazards. Pay attention to overall comfort and stability while riding. Make minor adjustments to the fit pads and straps to improve comfort and stability. DO NOT make any adjustments to the helmet while riding as this could cause you to loose control of the bike or cause the helmet to fall off and become damaged or entangled in your wheels causing a crash.

VISOR ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS

13. Remove all 3 aluminum bolts to remove visor. Twist bolts counter-clockwise to loosen

14. Adjust visor by turning center bolt counter clockwise and moving visor to desired height.

Re-tighten bolt turning clockwise to secure. DO NOT over torque as this can permanently damage the helmet (making it unsafe) or damage the visor.

LINER INSTRUCTIONS

15. Install liner using specifically located Velcro mounting points. Liner will stick to Velcro and hold liner into position.

16. Insert liner into shell by starting at the front of the forehead securing the liner to Velcro mounts as you work to the back of the helmet. (see diagram for positioning of liner) Liner can be trimmed in 2 locations to adjust fit and increase airflow. Use scissors and trim on marked lines only. Removing padding may cause fit issues on some types of head shapes.

TO DETERMINE THE BEST SIZE

The helmet can only protect if it fits well so the user should try different sizes and choose the size which feels the most secure and comfortable on the head. Measure your head size. Wrap a tape measure horizontally around your head at a height of about 1 inch (2.54 cm) above your eyebrows and even with the tops of your ears to obtain the largest head measurement.

TO DETERMINE THE BEST SIZE

Bicycle helmet—NOT intended for use in motor sports or by motorcyclists. No helmet can protect against all possible impacts and serious injury or death could occur. Some head injuries cannot be prevented by this helmet (for example involving bicycle to motor vehicle collisions) and this helmet can only attempt to protect areas it covers so facial and neck injuries cannot be prevented with this helmet. Depending on the type of impact even a very low speed accident can result in a serious head injury or fatality. Warning! This helmet should not be used by children while climbing or doing other activities when there is a risk of strangulation/hanging if the child gets trapped with the helmet. A helmet is NOT a toy. DO NOT allow your small children to play with your helmet. They can accidentally damage it or hurt themselves. It is also possible that they could choke on the buckles on the straps.

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INSTRUCTIONS

1. Always wear your helmet about 1 inch (2.54 cm) above your brow to protect your forehead; helmet should be in a level position across your forehead and ears, left to right and front to back.

2. Helmet should not be worn tilted back exposing your forehead. Strap should not be loose and out from under your chin.

Semi adjustable side strap allows slight adjustment to remove slack in the front or back strap lengths. Depending where the slack is this might affect where the chinstrap lands under your chin and location of the strap across the side of your face. A well-adjusted strap should be taught on front and back and land in a centered and comfortable location underneath your chin

4. To loosen/add length to front strap and remove extra strap slack at the rear feed rear strap through side strap divider hole and pull through back side feeding strap up and into the front strap hole, increasing the front strap length. To lengthen rear strap or remove slack in the front reverse strap feed process

5. Secure chin strap snap by pushing opposite ends together. A click sound will make sure you have the chin strap buckle securely fastened. Push inward on side prongs to release chin strap buckle. Be careful that your neck does not get pinched from chin strap snap. The buckle should be positioned away from the jawbone. Make sure to tighten the chin strap well back against the throat and NOT on the point of your chin. Straps worn too close to the chin increases the chance of the helmet coming off during an accident.

6. Adjust chin strap tightness by feeding strap through pulling at opposite end. Wrap excess strap under rubber grommet. Not securing the loose ends with the rubber grommet can result in the helmet coming off accidentally.

7-8. Twist stabilizer wheel (at rear of helmet) clockwise to tighten against the back of the head. Tighten until helmet fits snug and securely. Twist stabilizer wheel counter-clockwise to loosen tension against back of head to remove helmet.

9-10. Adjust stabilizers reach on back of head by gently pulling out end of arm protruding into helmet shell. Locate the end of the stabilizer ball mount in one of the three holes for desired fit. Push to click for secure mounting.

INSTRUCTIONS

CHECK THE FIT: Before using the helmet, make sure that it fits correctly, it is positioned to cover your entire forehead, the straps are correctly adjusted, and the chin strap is tight. Grab the helmet with both hands and twist it to the left and right. If the helmet fits correctly, the skin on your forehead will move as the helmet moves. If the skin on your forehead does not move, the helmet is too loose.

CHECK THE STRAPS: With the helmet on and the chin strap buckled, grab the helmet with both hands and try to remove it by rolling the helmet forward and backward as far as you can. Make a serious effort. If you can roll/push the helmet off the head completely in either direction or roll it forward so far that it blocks vision or backwards so far that it exposes the forehead, YOUR HELMET DOES NOT FIT CORRECTLY. Repeat STEPS above until helmet movement is minimal

TEST RIDE: Once you are satisfied that the helmet fits correctly and that all straps are properly adjusted, tightened, and secured, take a short bicycle ride in a area free from traffic and other hazards. Pay attention to overall comfort and stability while riding. Make minor adjustments to the fit pads and straps to improve comfort and stability. DO NOT make any adjustments to the helmet while riding as this could cause you to loose control of the bike or cause the helmet to fall off and become damaged or entangled in your wheels causing a crash.

VISOR ADJUSTMENT INSTRUCTIONS

13. Remove all 3 aluminum bolts to remove visor. Twist bolts counter-clockwise to loosen

14. Adjust visor by turning center bolt counter clockwise and moving visor to desired height.

Re-tighten bolt turning clockwise to secure. DO NOT over torque as this can permanently damage the helmet (making it unsafe) or damage the visor.

LINER INSTRUCTIONS

15. Install liner using specifically located Velcro mounting points. Liner will stick to Velcro and hold liner into position.

16. Insert liner into shell by starting at the front of the forehead securing the liner to Velcro mounts as you work to the back of the helmet. (see diagram for positioning of liner) Liner can be trimmed in 2 locations to adjust fit and increase airflow. Use scissors and trim on marked lines only. Removing padding may cause fit issues on some types of head shapes.

TO DETERMINE THE BEST SIZE

The helmet can only protect if it fits well so the user should try different sizes and choose the size which feels the most secure and comfortable on the head. Measure your head size. Wrap a tape measure horizontally around your head at a height of about 1 inch (2.54 cm) above your eyebrows and even with the tops of your ears to obtain the largest head measurement.

TO DETERMINE THE BEST SIZE

Bicycle helmet—NOT intended for use in motor sports or by motorcyclists. No helmet can protect against all possible impacts and serious injury or death could occur. Some head injuries cannot be prevented by this helmet (for example involving bicycle to motor vehicle collisions) and this helmet can only attempt to protect areas it covers so facial and neck injuries cannot be prevented with this helmet. Depending on the type of impact even a very low speed accident can result in a serious head injury or fatality. Warning! This helmet should not be used by children while climbing or doing other activities when there is a risk of strangulation/hanging if the child gets trapped with the helmet. A helmet is NOT a toy. DO NOT allow your small children to play with your helmet. They can accidentally damage it or hurt themselves. It is also possible that they could choke on the buckles on the straps.

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  • MEDICAL GRADE KNEE BRACE.
  • TIBIAL DOCKING SYSTEM™ provides secure tibial control.
  • MOLDABLE ALUMINUM FRAME enables customization.
  • AUTOCONFORM ALUMINUM-CORE WINGS adapt to anatomy.
  • INTEGRATED PCL STRAP delivers increased stability.
  • SIZING AND CE woven label inside padded liner.
  • OPEN MEDIAL UPPER AND LOWER SHELLS provide maximum clearance and comfort on the medial aspect of both legs, making it the perfect solution for patients engaging in activities including mountain biking and motocross.
  • EXTENSION STOPS: 0°, 5°, 10°, 15°, 20° and 25°
  • FLEXION STOPS: 45°, 60°, 75° and 90°.

MATERIALS:

  • FRAME: 100% Aluminum
  • STRAPS: 100% Nylon
  • SLEEVE: 15% Nylon 70% Neoprene 15% Volara Foam
  • PATELLA GUARD: 100% Polypropylene
  • RIVETS: 100% Stainless Steel
  • LINERS: 80% Nylon 20% Urethane Foam

CATALYST X KNEE BRACE

APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS:

1. POSITION BRACE

  • While sitting at edge of chair, flex knee to a 45° angle.
  • Align hinge centers with top of kneecap and position slightly behind midline of leg.
  • Ensure that adjustable tibial pad is centered on shin.
  • Confrm brace is not rotated on leg.

2. FASTEN STRAPS

  • While maintaining brace in position, fasten straps 1-4 in sequence indicated on strap tabs.
  • Straps should be comfortably tightened to properly secure brace.
  • Do not overtighten.
  • Align hinge centers with top of kneecap and position slightly behind midline of leg.
  • Ensure that adjustable tibial pad is centered on shin.
  • Confrm brace is not rotated on leg.
  • Fasten Strap 1 snugly just above calf muscle. Strap 1 is important in maintaining brace position.
  • Fasten Strap 2 around back of lower thigh.
  • Fasten Strap 3 around calf muscle. Ensure all tibial padding is in contact with front of leg.
  • Fasten Strap 4 around back of upper thigh.Do not overtighten.
  • Adjust Strap 5 (PCL Strap) to ensure secure ft. PCL Strap typically requires minimal adjustment following initial ftting.

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3. CHECK FIT

  • Once straps are secure, hinge centers should be aligned with middle of kneecap and positioned slightly behind midline of leg
  • To ensure proper ft for activity, walk for several minutes. It is normal for brace to drop or settle into position. Make adjustments as necessary.

RANGE OF MOTION ADJUSTMENT:

Each Knee Brace comes with 5° extension stops pre installed. At the direction of a medical professional, extension and flexion settings may be changed. Optional 0°, 10°, 15°, 20°, and 25° extension stops and 45°, 60°, 75°, and 90° flexion stops are included with each brace.

IMPORTANT: BOTH HINGES MUST BE SET TO SAME EXTENSION AND FLEXION SETTINGS. FOR 0° EXTENSION LIMITING, THE 0° EXTENSION STOPS MUST BE USED.

INDICATIONS:

  • Stabilization of ACL, MCL, PCL, LCL or treatment of combined ligament instabilities.
  • Protection for surgical repairs.
  • Conservative treatment of ligament damage or deficiency.
  • Prophylactic bracing for athletic activities.

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CP 5955

  • NECK BRACE INTEGRATION patent-pending design is compatible with leading neck braces without compromising ft and protection
  • VENT-TRAK circulates air through flexible channel over the skin surface to cool the rider
  • VENTED SOFT-YOKE CONNECTIONbetween front and back plates offers unprecedented ft and comfort
  • OVER 50 CONFIGURATIONS adapt to rider preference for custom ft and protection
  • LOW PROFILE DESIGN eliminates bulk to ft under or over jersey
  • HINGED CHEST PLATES provide extended rib coverage, better ft and maintains proper positioning in crash situations
  • Covers the chest, ribs, back, clavicle. Convenient strap locations and integrated fast-lock buckles for easy function.
  • PATENT PENDING

SIZES/COLORS

BLACK YOUTH ADULT M ADULT L
WHITE - ADULT M ADULT L

Chest Protector

CP 5900

  • NECK BRACE INTEGRATION patent-pending design is compatible with leading neck braces without compromising ft and protection
  • VENT-TRAK circulates air through flexible channel over the skin surface to cool the rider
  • VENTED SOFT-YOKE CONNECTION between front and back plates offers unprecedented ft and comfort
  • LOW PROFILE DESIGN eliminates bulk to ft under or over jersey
  • HINGED CHEST PLATES provide extended rib coverage, better ft and maintains proper positioning in crash situations
  • Covers the chest, ribs, back, clavicle. Convenient strap locations and integrated fast-lock buckles for easy function.
  • PATENT PENDING

SIZES/COLORS

BLACK ADULT M ADULT L
WHITE ADULT M ADULT L

PROPER FITTING:

Measure your chest circumference near the under arm and your height; it should fall into one of the following size measurements:

CP 5955 & 5900 YOUTH M L
CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE 28”-32” 34”-38” 40”-45”
HEIGHT 4.0”-5.2” 5.0”-5.8” 5.6”-6.2”

The shoulders should not slide down your arms. Straps on rib area and biceps are adjustable, so make straps snug and make sure there are no major gaps between the chest protector and your upper body.

MATERIALS:

  • BODY: 82% Polyester 18% Spande
  • INSIDE: 84% Nylon 16% Spandex

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Chest Protector

BACK

Chest Protector

Chest Protector

DETACHABLE PIECES FOR NECK BRACE, CUSTOMIZATIONS AND COMFORT

  • Upper Chest
  • Cervical (Upper & Lower)
  • Lower Back
  • Clavicle (Front & Back)
  • Shoulders
  • Biceps
  • Back Plate

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FRONT

Chest Protector

BACK

Chest Protector

Chest Protector

DETACHABLE PIECES FOR NECK BRACE, CUSTOMIZATIONS AND COMFORT

  • Lower Back
  • Clavicle
  • Back Plate
  • Clavicle (Front & Back)
  • Shoulders
  • Biceps
  • Back Plate

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KG 5450 | KNEE / SHIN GUARDS

  • X-FIT™ integrates a wraparound supporter on elastic mesh sleeve for unparalleled comfort and ft
  • STRATA-FOAM articulates with complex body zones while providing impact protection
  • VENT-TRAK moves air through flexible channels over skin surface to cool the athlete
  • MESH CONSTRUCTION
  • INTERNAL KNEE CAP
  • SHIN GUARD extends protection from the internal high-impact knee cap for enhanced low profle protection
  • INTEGRATED LYCRA® LOW-COMPRESSION ZONES in a strapless, tapered elastic sleeve with no-slip internal grip zones. Constructed with rugged woven Aramid material to resist abrasion

SIZES: X S , S , M , L

MATERIALS:

  • MAIN: 100% Polyester
  • INSIDE: 100% Polyester
  • BACK SIDE: 82% Nylon 18% Spandex
  • PAD: EVA

Chest Protector

KG 5400 | KNEE GUARDS

  • X-FIT™ integrates a wraparound supporter on elastic mesh sleeve for unparalleled comfort and ft
  • STRATA-FOAM articulates with complex body zones while providing impact protection
  • VENT-TRAK moves air through flexible channels over skin surface to cool the athlete
  • MESH CONSTRUCTION
  • INTERNAL KNEE CAP
  • INTEGRATED LYCRA® LOW-COMPRESSION ZONES in a strapless, tapered elastic sleeve with no-slip internal grip zones. Constructed with rugged woven Aramid material to resist abrasion

SIZES: XS , S , M , L

MATERIALS:

  • MAIN: 100% Polyester
  • INSIDE: 100% Polyester
  • BACK SIDE: 82% Nylon 18% Spandex
  • PAD: EVA

PROPER FITTING:

Take measurements 3” above knee for lower thigh, 6” below knee for mid calf, and 4” below knee for top calf area. Circumference measurements should fall into approximately one of the following size cat egories:

KG 5400 XS S M L
LOWER THIGH 15”-17” 16”-18” 16.5”-18.5” 18”-21”
TOP CALF 13”-14.5” 14”-16” 14.5”-17” 15”-18”
KG 5450 XS S M L
LOWER THIGH 15”-17” 16”-18” 16.5”-18.5” 18”-21”
TOP CALF 13”-14” 13”-15” 14”-15.5” 14.5”-17.5”

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YOUR SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY

HEAD BAND

EXPANDED POLYSTYRENE: EPS extends lower in occipital area [rear of the head] for extended protection

TRIPLE DENSITY EPS: Prepared for all speed impacts. LOW | MEDIUM | HIGH SPEEDS

Over 300 helmets, including every major industry brand, were destroyed in extensive third party testing performed at ACT labs in Los Angeles, California. The results speak for themselves.

OVERALL OVERALL TEST

PERFORMANCE

Chest Protector

YOUR SAFETY IS OUR PRIORITY

PROTECTION | MIPS

Mips is a revolutionary technology that lets the helmet slide relative to the head, adding more protection against rotational violence to the brain caused by certain impacts.

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FEATURES

Chest Protector

EPP (Expanded PolyPropylene) chin bar provides lightweight, durable protection.

Chest Protector

Anatomically contoured 3D cheek pads with emergency release system allows EMS responders to easily remove cheek pads before removing the helmet.

Chest Protector

16 intake ports channel cool air around and over a rider’s head forcing hot sweaty air out through 6 rear exhaust ports.

Chest Protector

Plastic visor screws combined with brass inserts are durable while providing break-away protection.

Chest Protector

Stainless Steel D-rings are both strong and light.

Chest Protector

3 shell sizes for a perfect, low-profle ft across 6 helmet sizes.

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FEATURES

Chest Protector

EPP (Expanded PolyPropylene) chin bar provides lightweight, durable protection.

Chest Protector

Anatomically contoured 3D cheek pads with emergency release system allows EMS responders to easily remove cheek pads before removing the helmet.

Chest Protector

16 intake ports channel cool air around and over a rider’s head forcing hot sweaty air out through 6 rear exhaust ports.

Chest Protector

Plastic visor screws combined with brass inserts are durable while providing break-away protection.

Chest Protector

Stainless Steel D-rings are both strong and light.

Chest Protector

3 shell sizes for a perfect, low-profle ft across 6 helmet sizes.

Chest Protector

Advanced composite shell provides lightweight protection.

Chest Protector

Includes Troy Lee Designs drawstring helmet sock.

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Chest Protector

The revolutionized Tech 7 MX boot incorporates innovative materials and technology in a completely new design for a lighter, more anatomically profled performer. This CE certifed boot promotes core stability and flex via a biomechanical pivot while offering excellent ankle protection. The boot chassis has been designed to give complete feel and optimized interaction with bike controls, while the innovative buckle system allows easy, precise closure.

KEY FEATURES

  • New dual compound sole is seamlessly integrated into the base structure for superior durability and features high performing rubber grip patterning and enhanced feel.
  • The anatomically profled shin plate features a dual closure system with an internal microfber flap attached with Velcro® for a precise ft closure while the rugged and durable shin plate attached securely with a precision adjustable buckle.
  • Wide entry aperture for convenience and allows broad ranging calf ft adjustment and support.
  • Innovative buckle closure system includes high-impact aluminium bridge closures, with memory settings and a quick release/locking system.
  • Redesigned instep and Achilles accordion flex zones construction for superior comfort, control and support.
  • Extended microfber gaiter helps prevent excessive water and dirt entry.
  • Internal lining includes anti-slip microfber suede on the heel to help keep foot in position.
  • Soft foam reinforcement on ankles and collar for long lasting comfort and shock absorption.
  • New, dual compound, removable anatomic footbed includes EVA and Lycra top for comfort and support ensures even weight distribution and reinforced heel.

CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS keyboard_arrow_right

Hand wash cold, with similar colors. Do not dry clean nor bleach. Drip dry. Do not clean your protective gear with anything but soap and water. Do not use any abrasive cleaners or pads. Do not use hot wa ter or chemical cleaners (like glass cleaner) or any solvents which contain petroleum based prod ucts like benzene or gasoline on your protec tive gear. Your protective gear can be weakened by these substances and may not provide its intended protection in an accident, which can result in serious injury or death.

Chest Protector

This product meets the CE standard

Chest Protector

Tested by CRITT Sport Loisirs - Zone du Sanital

86100 Chatellerault - France - # 0501

SPEED PADS keyboard_arrow_right

CLEANING INSTRUCTIONS:

Only Hand wash the Speed Sleeve in cold water with mild soap or detergent and permit to drip dry. Never machine dry or dry clean. Never use abrasive cleaners or pads, hot water, chemical cleaners (such as glass cleaner), or any petroleum-based solvents (such as benzene or gasoline).

STORAGE AND INSPECTION:

STORAGE – Store Speed Sleeve in a dry, ventilated environment that is out of sunlight and away from direct heat sources. Do not store in automobile or under heavy items. INSPECTION – Inspect your Speed Sleeve (including its fitting system) before each ride and after any crash for signs of wear, crack, break, or other damage. If the product is damaged, or if there is any doubt as to its condition, it must be replaced and not be used

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EXPECTED LIFE:

The expected life for this product is two years from the date of purchase unless the product is damaged, in which case it must be replaced. Crashes and improper care may damage the Speed Sleeve.

INTENDED USE:

The primary intended protection offered by the Speed Sleeve is the prevention of limb joint (elbow or knee) minor abrasion through mechanical action and relative motion between the user’s limb joint and off-road (unpaved) terrain during modest mountain-biking (off-pavement cycling sport) activities. The Speed Sleeve is not intended for powered cycling or aggressive mountain biking—including downhill, freeride, and dirt jump—where greater abrasion or impact protection may be needed. The Speed Sleeve is intended for use at temperatures between 15°C and 35°C. The Speed Sleeve is not a toy and is not intended for users with a body mass of less than 20 kg (45 lbs) or less than 14 years old.

FITTING SPEED ELBOW SLEEVE:

Measure wrist circumference behind wrist bone for WRIST measurement and above the bicep at its smallest point for UPPER BICEP measurement. Measurements should fall into one of the table’s Elbow Sleeve size categories:
ELBOW SLEEVE XS/S M/L XL/XXL
WRIST 15 - 17.5 cm 17.5 - 20 cm 20 - 22.5 cm
UPPER BICEP 25.5-30.5 cm 30.5 - 35.5 cm 35.5 - 40.5 cm
USER WEIGHT (KG) 32 - 63 63 - 82 82 - 100
USER WEIGHT (LBS) 70 - 140 140 - 180 180 - 220
The Speed elbow sleeve must be snug in all areas. Be sure there are no gaps between the sleeve and arm at openings.

FITTING SPEED KNEE SLEEVE:

Take measurements 10 cm above the knee center for LOWER THIGH measurement and 15 cm below knee center for CALF measurement. Measurements should fall into one of the table’s Knee Sleeve size categories:
KNEE SLEEVE YOUTH - MD YOUTH - LG XS/S M/L XL/XXL
LOWER THIGH 25-29cm 29-34cm 34.5-39.5cm 39.5-44.5cm 44.5-49.5cm
CALF 24-28cm 28-32cm 32-37cm 37-42cm 42 - 47cm
USER WEIGHT (KG) 20-27 27-32 32-63 63-82 82-100
USER WEIGHT (LBS 45-60 60-70 70-140 140-180 180-220
The Speed knee sleeve must be snug in all areas. Be sure there are no gaps between the sleeve and leg at openings.

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PROPER FITTING:

Measure around chest circumference near under arm; it should fall into one of the size categories specified below:

YOUTH M L XL
CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE 26”-27” 28”-29” 30”-32”
ADULT S M L XL
CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE 34”-35” 36”-38” 40”-42” 44”-46”

The Base Protective Shirts and Vest should not fall off shoulders and should not slip off during movement.

MATERIALS:

BODY: 82% Nylon 18% Spandex MESH: 90% Nylon 10% Spandex PAD: EVA

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PROPER FITTING:

Measure 6” from elbow to lower forearm and 4” from elbow to mid forearm and 3” from elbow to mid-bicep area. Circumference measurements should fall into approximately one of the following size categories:

EG 5550 XS S M L
LOWER FOREARM 5”-6.5” 5.5”-7” 6.5”-8” 7”-8.5”
MID BICEPS 9.5”-11.5” 10”-12” 10.5”-12.5” 10.5”-13”
USER WEIGHT (LBS) 70-90 90-140 140-180 180-220

MATERIALS:

MAIN: 100% Polyester INSIDE: 100% Polyester BACK SIDE: 82% Nylon 18% Spandex PAD: EVA

EG 5500 XS S M L
MID FOREARM 5.5”-6.5” 6”-7” 6.5”-8” 7.5”-9”
MID BICEPS 9.5”-11” 10”-11.5” 10.5”-12” 11”-13”
USER WEIGHT (LBS) 70-90 90-140 140-180 180-220
USER WEIGHT (KG) 32-41 41-63 63-82 82-100

MATERIALS:

MAIN: 100% Polyester INSIDE: 100% Polyester BACK SIDE: 82% Nylon 18% Spandex PAD: EVA

The elbow pad should not be loose in any area. Make sure there are no gaps between pad and arm and the openings are tight.

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PROPER FITTING:

The proper fitting of a wrist support system is similar to glove size as the system should be worn over a glove. Choose the wrist support size according to the glove size categories below:

WS 5205

WRIST SUPPORT

LEFT & RIGHT S M L
5270- L01/R02 08 09 10
WS 5205 S M L
GLOVE SIZE Y-S M-L L-XXL
USER WEIGHT (LBS) 70-120 120-170 170-220
USER WEIGHT (KG) 32-54 54-77 77-100

WS 3205

WRIST SUPPORT

LEFT & RIGHT S M L
5271- L01/R02 08 09 10
WS 3205 S M L
GLOVE SIZE Y-S M-L L-XXL
USER WEIGHT (LBS) 70-120 120-170 170-220
USER WEIGHT (KG) 32-54 54-77 77-100

The wrist support system should fit loose in any area. Make straps snug and make sure there are no gaps between pad and wrist. Do not overtighten. Wrist support is intended to be worn over a glove.

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KG 5450 KNEE / SHIN GUARDS

SIZES: XS, S, M, L

MATERIALS: MAIN: 100% Polyester INSIDE: 100% Polyester BACK SIDE: 82% Nylon 18% Spandex PAD: EVA

KG 5400 KNEE GUARDS

SIZES: XS, S, M, L

MATERIALS: MAIN: 100% Polyester INSIDE: 100% Polyester BACK SIDE: 82% Nylon 18% Spandex PAD: EVA

PROPER FITTING:

Take measurements 3” above knee for lower thigh, 6” below knee for mid calf, and 4” below knee for top calf area. Circumference measurements should fall into approximately one of the following size categories:

KG 5400 XS S M L
LOWER THIGH 15”-17” 16”-18” 16.5”-18.5” 18”-21”
TOP CALF 13”-14.5” 14”-16” 14.5”-17” 15”-18”
USER WEIGHT (LBS) 70-90 90-140 140-180 180-220
USER WEIGHT (KG) 32-41 41-63 63-82 82-100
KG 5450 XS S M L
LOWER THIGH 15”-17” 16”-18” 16.5”-18.5” 18”-21”
MID CALF 13”-14” 13”-15” 14”-15.5” 14.5”-17.5”
USER WEIGHT (LBS) 70-90 90-140 140-180 180-220
USER WEIGHT (KG 32-41 41-63 63-82 82-100

The knee pad should not be loose in any area. Make sure there are no gaps between pad and leg, and the openings are tight.

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PROPER FITTING:

Measure your chest circumference near the under arm and your height; it should fall into one of the following size measurements:

CP 5955 & 5900 YOUTH M L
CHEST CIRCUMFERENCE 28”-32” 34”-38” 40”-45”
HEIGHT 4.0”-5.2” 5.0”-5.8” 5.6”-6.2”

The shoulders should not slide down your arms. Straps on rib area and biceps are adjustable, so make straps snug and make sure there are no major gaps between the chest protector and your upper body.

MATERIALS:

BODY: 82% Polyester 18% Spandex INSIDE: 84% Nylon 16% Spandex

CP 5900

SIZES/COLORS

BLACK ADULT M ADULT L
WHITE ADULT M ADULT L

CP 5955

SIZES/COLORS

BLACK YOUTH ADULT M ADULT L
WHITE - ADULT M ADULT L

TECH7 BOOTS keyboard_arrow_right

The revolutionized Tech 7 MX boot incorporates innovative materials and technology in a completely new design for a lighter, more anatomically profled performer. This CE certifed boot promotes core stability and flex via a biomechanical pivot while offering excellent ankle protection. The boot chassis has been designed to give complete feel and optimized interaction with bike controls, while the innovative buckle system allows easy, precise closure.

SIZE 8 SIZE 9 SIZE 10 SIZE 11 SIZE 12 SIZE 13
SIZE 8 9 10 11 12 13

SIZING GUIDE

Troy Lee Designs Helmets Size Chart

CORRECT HELMET SIZING

Each helmet model has small differences in its shape that ultimately affect the fit. For this reason, it is essential to test a helmet before buying it. Test whether it sits on your head properly by putting on the helmet and moving your head to the left and right, as well as up and down while holding the helmet firmly with both hands. If your head can move too freely within the helmet, we recommend that you try a smaller size. If you feel local pressure points, then choose a helmet that is one size larger, or perhaps try on a different model.

(H) HEAD

Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your head just above your eyebrows and ears. Pull the tape comfortably snug, read the length, repeat for good measure and use the largest measurement.

SE3

HELMET SIZE HAT SIZE CM INCHES
X-SMALL 6-5/8 to 6-3/4 53 to 54 20-7/8 to 20-1/4
SMALL 6-3/4 to 7 54 to 56 21-1/4 to 22
MEDIUM 7 to 7-1/4 56 to 58 22 to 22-3/4
LARGE 7-1/4 to 7-1/2 58 to 60 22-3/4 to 23-5/8
X-LARGE 7-1/2 to 7-3/4 60 to 62 23-5/8 to 24-1/2
2X-LARGE 7-3/4 to 7-7/8 62 to 63 24-1/2 to 24-7/8

Air

HELMET SIZE HAT SIZE CM INCHES
X-SMALL 6-5/8 to 6-3/4 53 to 54 20-7/8 to 20-1/4
SMALL 6-3/4 to 7 54 to 56 21-1/4 to 22
MEDIUM 7 to 7-1/4 56 to 58 22 to 22-3/4
LARGE 7-1/4 to 7-1/2 58 to 60 22-3/4 to 23-5/8
X-LARGE 7-1/2 to 7-3/4 60 to 62 23-5/8 to 24-1/2
2X-LARGE 7-3/4 to 7-7/8 62 to 63 24-1/2 to 24-7/8

D3

HELMET SIZE HAT SIZE CM INCHES
X-SMALL 6-1/2 to 6-5/8 52 to 53 20.5 to 20.9
SMALL 6-3/4 to 6-7/8 54 to 55 21.3 to 21.7
MEDIUM 7 to 7-1/8 56 to 57 22 to 22-4
LARGE 7-1/4 to 7-3/8 58 to 59 22.8 to 23.2
X-LARGE 7-1/2 to 7-3/4 60 to 62 23.6 to 24.4
2X-LARGE 7-7/8 to 8-1/8 63 to 65 24.8 to 25.6

D2

HELMET SIZE HAT SIZE CM INCHES
XS/SM 6-1/2 to 6-7/8 53 to 55 21 to 22
MD/LG 7 to 7-3/8 56 to 59 22.4 to 23.3
XL/2XL 7-1/2 to 7-3/4 60 to 62 23.7 to 24.5

A1

HELMET SIZE HAT SIZE CM INCHES
XS/SM 6-3/4 to 7 54 to 56 21.3 to 22
MD/LG 7-1/8 tp 7-3/8 57 to 59 22.4 to 23.2
XL/2XL 7-1/2 tp 7-7/8 60 to 62 22.6 to 24.8

*  Headliners and cheekpads can be interchanged within the same EPS size. SE3 cheekpads are interchangable through the entire size range.

Troy Lee Designs Jerseys Size Chart

SE, SE PRO, GP & GP AIR Jerseys

Size A| CHEST B| FRONT LENGTH C| CENTER BACK SLEEVE
Youth XS 14 23 22
Youth S 15.5 24 24
Youth M 17 25 26
Youth L 18.5 26 28
Youth XL 20 27 30
Small 21 28 33
Medium 22 29 35
Large 23 30 37
X-Large 24 31 38
XX-Large 25.5 32 39
XXX-Large 26.5 33 39

SPRINT Jerseys

Size A| CHEST B| FRONT LENGTH C| CENTER BACK SLEEVE
X-Small 20 26 31
Small 21 27 32
Medium 22 28 34
Large 23 29 36
X-Large 24 30 37
XX-Large 25.5 31 38

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Jerseys Size Chart

SKYLINE JERSEYs

Size A| CHEST B| FRONT LENGTH C| SLEEVE LENGTH
Small 22 24.5 15.25
Medium 23 25 15.5
Large 24 26 15.75
X-Large 25 27 16
XX-Large 26 28 16.25

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Jerseys Size Chart

GP & GP AIR JERSEY

Size CHEST FRONT LENGTH CENTER BACK SLEEVE
Small 19 27 32
Medium 20 28 32.5
Large 21 29 33
X-Large 22 30 34

REV JERSEY

Size CHEST FRONT LENGTH CENTER BACK SLEEVE
X-Small 17 24 31
Small 18 25 31.5
Medium 19 26 32
Large 20 27 32.5
X-Large 21 28 33

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Jerseys Size Chart

Size A| CHEST B| FRONT LENGTH C| SLEEVE LENGTH
Small 19 21.75 13.5
Medium 20 22.5 14
Large 21 23.25 14.5
X-Large 22 24 15
Size A| CHEST B| FRONT LENGTH C| SLEEVE LENGTH
Small 22 24.5 22.5
Medium 23 25 22.75
Large 24 26 23
X-Large 25 27 23.25
XX-Large 26 28 23.5
Size A| CHEST B| FRONT LENGTH C| SLEEVE LENGTH
Small 17.5 26 10.5
Medium 18.5 27 11
Large 20 28 11.5
X-Large 21.5 29 12

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Pants Size Chart

SE, SE PRO, GP & GP AIR PANTS

Size A| WAIST (relaxed-stretched) B| INSEAM C| KNEE WIDTH D| Leg Length (outseam)
28 29 - 33 30.5 11 38.5
30 31 - 34 31 11.5 39.5
32 33 - 36 32 12 40
34 35 - 38 32.5 12.2 41
36 37 - 40 33.5 12.5 41.5
38 39 - 42 34 13 42.5
40 41 - 44 35 13.5 43.5
42 43 - 46 36 14 44
44 45 - 48 36 14.2 44

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Pants Jerseys Size Chart

GP & GP AIR PANTS

Size A| WAIST (relaxed-stretched) B| INSEAM C| KNEE WIDTH D| Leg Length (outseam)
3/4 29 - 31 29.5 19.5 36.5
5/6 31 - 33 29.5 20 37
7/8 33 - 35 30 21 38
9/10 35 - 37 30.5 22.5 38.5
11/12 37 - 39 31 23.5 39.5

*  Low Rise Pants

REV PANTS

Size A| WAIST (relaxed-stretched) B| INSEAM C| KNEE WIDTH D| Leg Length (outseam)
3/4 29 - 31 31 18 41
5/6 31 - 33 31.5 18.5 41.5
7/8 33 - 35 32.5 19 42
9/10 35 - 37 32.5 19.5 42
11/12 37 - 39 32.5 20 42

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Shorts Size Chart

Size A| WAIST (relaxed-stretched) B| INSEAM
28 27 - 29 14.75
30 29 - 31 14.75
32 31 - 33 14.75
34 33 - 35 14.75
36 35 - 37 14.75
38 37 - 39 14.75
Size A| WAIST (relaxed-stretched) B| INSEAM
26 25 - 27 14
28 27 - 29 14
30 29 - 31 14
32 31 - 33 14
34 33 - 35 14
36 35 - 37 14
38 37 - 39 14
Size A| WAIST (relaxed-stretched) B| INSEAM
28 27 - 29 14.25
30 29 - 31 14.25
32 31 - 33 14.25
34 33 - 35 14.25
36 35 - 37 14.25
38 37 - 39 14.25
Size A| WAIST (relaxed-stretched) B| INSEAM
28 27 - 29 13.75
30 29 - 31 13.75
32 31 - 33 13.75
34 33 - 35 13.75
36 35 - 37 13.75
38 37 - 39 13.75

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Shorts Size Chart

Size A| WAIST (relaxed-stretched) B| INSEAM
S - 3/4 29 - 31 10
M - 5/6 31 - 33 10.5
L - 7/8 33 - 35 10.6
XL - 9/10 35 - 37 11
Size A| WAIST (relaxed-stretched) B| INSEAM
S - 3/4 29 - 31 11
M - 5/6 31 - 33 12
L - 7/8 33 - 35 13
XL - 9/10 35 - 37 13

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Jackets Size Chart

ADVENTURE JACKET

Size A| CHEST B| BOTTOM C| FRONT LENGTH D| SLEEVE LENGTH
Small 23.6 21.25 26.4 24.5
Medium 24.4 22 27.5 25.25
Large 25.2 22.75 28.75 26
X-Large 26 23.6 29 26.75
XX-Large 26.7 24.4 30.25 27.5

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

KNEE BRACE

Size 6” ABOVE MID PATELLA MID - PATELLA 6” BELOW MID PATELLA
Small 14.5 - 17 11.5 - 13 11.5 - 13
Medium 17 - 19.5 13 - 15 13 - 14.5
Large 19.5 - 22.5 15 - 17 14.5 - 16.5
X-Large 22.5 - 25.5 17 - 19 16.5 - 18.5
XX-Large 25.5 - 30 19 - 22 18.5 - 22

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

KNEE GUARDS KGS5400

Size LOWER THIGH TOP CALF USER WEIGHT (LBS)
XSMALL 15 - 17 13 - 14.5 70 - 90
SMALL 16 - 18 14 - 16 90 - 140
MEDIUM 16.5 - 18.5 14.5 - 17 140 - 180
LARGE 18 - 21 15 - 18 180 - 220

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

KNEE GUARDS KGL5450

Size LLOWER THIGH(3” above knee) MID CALF(6” below knee) USER WEIGHT (LBS)
XSMALL 15 - 17 13 - 14 70 - 90
SMALL 16 - 18 13 - 15 90 - 140
MEDIUM 16.5 - 18.5 14 - 15.5 140 - 180
LARGE 18 - 21 14.5 - 17.5 180 - 220

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

ELBOW GUARDS EGL 5550

Size LLOWER THIGH(3” above knee) MID CALF(6” below knee) USER WEIGHT (LBS)
XSMALL 5 - 6.5 9.5 - 11.5 70 - 90
SMALL 5.5 - 7 10 - 12 90 - 140
MEDIUM 6.5 - 8 10.5 - 12.5 140 - 180
LARGE 7 - 8.5 10.5 - 13 180 - 220

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

ELBOW GUARDS EGS 5500

Size LLOWER THIGH(3” above knee) MID CALF(6” below knee) USER WEIGHT (LBS)
XSMALL 5.5 - 6.5 9.5 - 11 70 - 90
SMALL 6 - 7 10 -11.5 90 - 140
MEDIUM 6.5 - 8 10.5 - 12 140 - 180
LARGE 7.5 - 9 11 - 13 180 - 220

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

KIDNEY BELT 3305

Size YOUTH SMALL/MEDIUM LARGE/XLARGE
WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE 20 - 28 28 - 34 34 - 40

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

LPP 5705HW, LPP 7705, LPP 5705

Size WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE
YOUTH M 24 - 26
YOUTH L 26 - 28
XSMALL 28 - 30
SMALL 30 - 32
MEDIUM 32 - 34
LARGE 34 - 36
XLARGE 36 -38

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

LPS 7605, LPS 5605, LPS 4600HW, LPS 3600, LPS 1600, LPS 1600G

Size YOUTH M YOUTH L XSMALL SMALL MEDIUM LARGE XLARGE
A.| INSEAM
LPS 7605 7.75 8 8.25 8.5 9 9.25 10
LPS 5605 7.5 8 8.5 9 9.25 9.5 10
LPS 4600HW 7.5 8 8.25 8.5 9 9.5 10
LPS 3600 6.5 7 7.5 8 8.25 8.5 9
LPS 1600 7 7.5 8 8.25 8.75 9 9.5
LPS 1600G - - - 8 9 10 -

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

UPS 7855HW, UPS 7850HW, UPS 5850HW, UPV 3800HW

Size WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE
YOUTH M 26 - 27
YOUTH L 28 - 29
YOUTH XL 30 - 32
SMALL 34 - 35
MEDIUM 36 - 38
LARGE 40 -42
XLARGE 44 - 46

*  Measurements in inches

Troy Lee Designs Protection Size Chart

5955 & 5900

Size WAIST CIRCUMFERENCE RIDER’S HEIGHT
YOUTH 28 - 32 4’ - 5.2
MEDIUM 34 - 38 5’ - 5.8’
LARGE 40 - 45 5.6’ - 6.2’

*  Measurements in inches

A MESSAGE FROM TROY

For over 30 years, I have been customizing helmets "For The World's Fastest Racers".

Troy Lee Designs has since expanded into a full force operation, offering a complete line of helmets, apparel and premium protection for off-road motorcycling and bicycling, sportswear and accessories, and operating the TLD / GoPro / KTM supercross and motocross team.

Peace and wheelies,

Troy Lee

PRODUCT DESIGN

At Troy Lee Designs, we firmly believe in the power of design and technology.

Every day, "The World's Fastest Racers" get out there and put it all on the line. We strive to provide them with products that withstand the rigors of professional racing. Products with intelligent features that allow them to perform at their best.

Troy Lee Designs takes great pride in the products we design and develop, replacing conventional ideas with out-of-the-box thinking. By addressing the demands of professional racers, we can deliver innovation to everyone.

PHILOSOPHY

Creating products that innovate and lead the market requires a different way of thinking.

Our approach to solving problems is unique. We challenge conventions by turning problems upside-down to achieve advancements that are more intelligent. Our solutions, while sometimes complicated from an engineering standpoint, are designed to be simple, thoughtful and relevant. And of course, to stand out in a crowd.

The end result is a line of products that help you stay focused on your activity, and look great doing it. We have thought about your equipment, so you don't have to.

RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT

The conception of new and improved products happens through extensive research and development.

New product development is a proactive process by which dedicated resources are allocated to identify market changes and seize upon new product opportunities before they occur.

Basic science must exist to support a product's viability. And if the science is lacking, it must be discovered or invented.

SAFETY

Safety is at the forefront of developing protective equipment.

Troy Lee Designs has exclusively developed several new safety features into some of our helmets, starting with the D3.

Dual Density Shock Pad System

With the debut of the revolutionary D3 Action Sports Helmet, Troy Lee Designs has introduced an important advancement in impact management the exclusive Troy Lee Designs Dual Density Shock Pad System.

TECHNOLOGY

Technology is a vital aspect of the product development process.

Technology refers to the usage and knowledge of tools, techniques or systems, and affects human ability to control and adapt to natural environments. At Troy Lee Designs, we utilize the latest, most comprehensive and proven technologies at our disposal. Our designers rely on technology as their most valuable tool in turning their visions into reality.

By nurturing this relationship between designers and vendors, we create an environment without limits, where one pushes the other to a higher level of success. The result is a line of products that consistently improves over time.