Douglas CP FF17 Flat - Size: Small 17-18"

Price
529 €

Manufacturer
Douglas

Product code
PCJD-1

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Size Availability Price  Quantity
Douglas CP FF17 Flat - Size: Small 17-18" XSmall 16-17" Delivery 15-30 working days 529 €
Douglas CP FF17 Flat - Size: Small 17-18" Small 17-18" Delivery 15-30 working days 529 €
Douglas CP FF17 Flat - Size: Small 17-18" Medium 18-19" Delivery 15-30 working days 529 €
Douglas CP FF17 Flat - Size: Small 17-18" Large 19-20" Delivery 15-30 working days 529 €
Douglas CP FF17 Flat - Size: Small 17-18" XLarge 20-21" Delivery 15-30 working days 529 €
About the FF17 Flat:
  • FF17 is the ultimate Skill Position pad. With its streamline arch design, Super Shaved SC-18 Epaulets, and Junior Reverse Cups, it gives the positions of QB, WR, RB, DB, K, P the ultimate range of motion for passing, catching and the flexibility to help make football moves.
  • This lightweight pad, with a ¾ inch Air-Management Main Body Cushion, a ½" Top Redundant, along with the ½ inch Removable Channel System, provide the best combination, for dispersing the energy of the big hits that come along in the game of football. The 1" Belt & Buckle system helps keep the pad secure below the players developed pectoral muscles.
  • Weight approximately 3.95 lbs.
  • Available in XS-XL, Sku# PCJD
Air Management Technology

The protective padding (cushion) of the shoulder pad is made of open cell foam. Within the foam are thousands of tiny air cells. By adhering the outer fabric to the foam, a sealed environment is created trapping the air inside of the cushion. When an outside force is exerted on to the shoulder pad shell (load spreader), the force causes the shell to push on the cushion, forcing the air to move within the cells of the foam out 360 degrees, thereby lessening the blow from being felt straight in to the point of impact. There is a much wider area of dispersion, resulting in less trauma to the body