*included in our whole range of chest protectors.

ASA Technology, the indisputable security element behind our airbag system.

This has several advantages:

- No trigger system, always inflated.

- Offers incredible durability.

- Purchase and maintenance price is cheaper.

10 years of R&D in collaboration with many doctors and pro riders.

ASA Technology will protect you in your favorites sports with the efficiency of an airbag, without its constraints

ASA Technology : international patent!

Airbag technology, the most advanced in the field of body protection is built in to our entire range of chest protectors.
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ASA Technology presentation

The ASA system uses air to dissipate, absorb, and protect.

Ultra resistant, composed of partitions and walls.

During a shock, our bladder deforms to absorb energy.

The walls of the partitions brake the air flows trapped in the labyrinth.

This leads to a gradual hardening of the ASA airbag and offers the best possible absorption.

Once the shock energy is absorbed, the structure of the ASA cushion renews itself, ready for the next impact.
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Since 2016, our technology is also developed for the needs of the French army through a MIP (Mission Innovation Participative).

The challenge of this mission is to improve the protection of the soldier while reducing the weight of his protection.

RXR’s ASA technology offers additional rear protection to bulletproof vests.

The objective : to dissipate the energy of the projectile behind the anti-perforation protection.
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ASA Technology gif
Always inflated airbag
Instantly ready to use after a crash
Optimised Comfort, weight, bulkiness
Inflate with a pump (included)
Automatic pressure adjustment
100% web, direct from manufacture
Validated by our team of pro riders
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