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    Rigorously tested by New Zealand professional players; superior protection with minimum restriction makes the Nex Gen a winner from 1st 15 through to international teams.

    Modern Design and Construction

    • Lightweight, snug secure fit. Construction using stretched tough polyester spandex for flexibility and fit.
    • Breathable and fast drying fabric to keep cool.
    • Design allows for free movement of the arms and upper body allowing players to train at maximum speed and intensity.
    • Triple overlocked stitching to withstand heavy contact.
    • 20cm zipped opening on the side for quick and easy on/off at training.

    16 strategically placed protective pads sewn into the stretch fabric to ensure ultimate protection.

    • AC Joints
    • Collar Bones
    • Ribs
    • Chest
    • Upper Back
    • Sternum
    • Shoulders
    • Arms
    • Kidneys

     Nex Gen Tackle Suits Offer

    • Safe game like intensity collision technique for attacking players being tackled and clearing breakdown drills.
    • Keep opposing defensive players in phase drills safe from tackling and breakdown clearing body on body.
    •  Importance of Body Protection

    In the modern game both training body collision, recovery, and a safe physical training environment are critical considerations for coaches and trainers

    Many players avoid high impact collision in an effort to be fresh and recover for the next match. Sore bodies don’t tend to training hard.

    Intensity is often lowered, or beneficial contact drills avoided in an effort to balance both recovery and injury prevention.

    Losing a player to impact injury at training is a disaster.