JetBlack present their new MTB gear

New gear for JetBlack has now landed and available for performance orientated and safety conscious Mountainbikers.

The SIXSIXONE glove, knee and elbow guards all have sturdy construction. The gloves and guards feel comfortable to wear and in my testing didn’t affect my riding position or any body movements.

SIXSIXONE EVO
Protection on demand glove with D30 Technology
Internal revolutionary d3o technology inserts are specially engineered material with intelligent molecules that flow with you as you move but on shock lock together to absorb impact energy. 

Tough, synthetic leather & mesh construction. 
Neoprene wrist cuff with TPR closure.
Vented reinforced palm.
Silicone finger grippers.
Machine washable.
RRP$125.00

Sixsixone Evo Glove

Sixsixone Evo Glove

SIXSIXONE EVO ELBOW GUARD
Lightweight elbow pads with cutting edge technology, SIXSIXONE and d3o created the EVO pad set to withstand the tough demands of today’s riders.
 
Soft, vented terry-lined Neoprene articulated sleeves.
Localized side padding support protect the elbow.
Vented Kevlar front panels protect the elbow from abrasion.
Vented Neoprene expansion panel provides freedom of movement.
Velcro adjustable strap systems keeps the pads firmly in place.
RRP230.00

Sixsixone Evo Elbow


SIXSIXONE EVO KNEE GUARD

Soft knee guard with d3o technology.

Vented Neoprene expansion panel for max movement.
Localized side padding support protects the knee.
Custom molded vented Kevlar front panel.
Elastic Velcro strap system keep the guard firmly in place.
RRP:$240.00

Sixsixone Evo Knee

JetBlack Super Light Anodized Rotor Bolts

12 in a pack. Available in Black, Silver, Red, Blue & Gold
RRP$14.99

JetBlack Disc Brake Bolts

JetBlack Alloy and Titanium Skewers

(Information coming)

Jet Black Alloy Skewers

JetBlack Titanium Skewers

JetBlack import into the Australia as well as produce their own products



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Christopher Jones is a recreational cyclist and runs a professional design business, Signale. As the driving force behind Bicycles.net.au he has one of each 'types' of bicycles.

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