Unboxing The SixSixOne Protection Range | GMBN Unboxing

Unboxing The SixSixOne Protection Range | GMBN Unboxing


– This is a very cool unboxing. We’ve got two full sets
of head to toe protection from Six Six One. We’re giving them away. We’ve got one set; full face
helmet, big body armour. And another set of
enduro, trail body armour and helmet and shoes. Like I said, head to toe, we’re giving them away. So keep watching till the end of the video to see how you can be of a chance to that. But, let’s get to it! – Right, let’s start with
the downhill protections. Let’s get rid of some of this for now. And, like I said, it’s head to toe. So, why not start with the head? We’ve got the brand new,
Reset, full face helmet. This is their brand new 2018
Reset, full face helmet. And it’s in the matador red colour. Check out that colour! It’s very bright. So this is their lightweight,
full face helmet. They’ve helped design this with their product design team and
their sponsored athletes. It’s got a big arrow for
your goggles or glasses. It’s got great vision. And loads of vents. It’s got 12 vents in
total. So, it’s a good, lightweight, breathable helmet. So, it’s got super lightweight,
ABS shell on the outside. These big bold graphics, Six Six One. Here’s that embossed
bit there. Pretty cool. Peak is adjustable. You’ve got three bolts to hold that nice and
tight. Aggressive lines and I love that colour. So, like I said, super lightweight helmet.
Great for downhill races, enduro riders or people that just want the bit more protection. So, what have we got to go with that? This is the comp pressure suit. So, this is Six Six One’s really popular downhill protection. You’ve got that spine plate on the back. It’s articulated to help
you move. Check that out. Super thick as well, so,
mega protection there. You’ve got these big shoulder plates. I know shoulders are
totally susceptible when you ride mountain bikes,
from my own experience. You’ve also got the elbow pads and that velcro, there.
So, they’re attached, obviously, so they’re not
gonna move around at all. Got this breathable material inbetween. You’ve got that velcro waist strap to keep it all nice and tight. Also, velcro, adjustable
parts at the top of the chest. This is gonna give you mega protection for riding and racing downhill. Another important piece
of protection are the knee pads and these are
the Rage Hard Knee Pads. So, the Rage Hard gets its name from that hard external plate on that knee. You’ve also got an internal cap, that helps that pad move around with your knee when you’re
riding or pedalling. You’ve got this kevlar,
abrasion resistant stuff on the front and it also goes low, so it gives you that shin protection, especially from your
pedals and rocks flying up. You’ve got elastic on the back. You’ve got that velcro at the top to make sure they sit in the right place. You’ve also got silicone inside, to stop them from moving around. You’ve got some more of that breathable and wicking material in there, to make sure they don’t get too hot and sweaty on your legs. They’re also asymmetrical. So, that’s your right and that’s your left, to give you that protection
where you need it. Alright, so, down to toes.
Here are the Filter Flat shoes. Check them out. This is Six
Six One’s skate style shoe. A flat pedals. You’ve got that
when stiffness you need it. So, big landings, things like that. But also flexibility to feel that pedal beneath your foot. You’ve got that big, skate style sole to
it. Nice, soft rubber, so great grip on the pedals, but also for when you’re off the bike. Asymmetrical design, see
that raised ankle part, to give you protection from the cranks. They’re a lace style
shoe. You’ve also got that hook for easy, getting in
and out of these shoes. You’ve also got that toe protection. So, there’s all the
downhill kit, head to toe. (snaps) Let’s take a look at the enduro and trail protections. So, start with the helmet. This is the EvoAM helmet. AM, stands for all mountain, if you didn’t know that already. And this is in the metallic black colour. Take a look at that glossy black. So this is the mips version of the helmet. It’s also available
without. Mips is that yellow liner inside the helmet to
give you that protection from rotational forces during impact. Also got this premier feature on the back. This is a 360 bower. To give
you that micro adjustment, to make sure the helmet is nice and tight on the back of your head and
so it doesn’t move at all. It’s also got this very cool
fit lock closure system. It’s magnetic, very nice and neat. You’ve got that extended back on the back of the helmet, so it gives you that protection you’d expect
from trail or enduro helmet. Also, big vents on the
back and on the front, to keep your head nice and cool. Check out that peak with the
big, bold graphics on it. You’ve got this anti-microbial
fabric on the inside, to make sure it’s nice and comfortable, but also nice and hygienic. A nice touch to this helmet is
in the three different sizes. You actually get three
different shell sizes, as well. So, it fits nice and looks good. So this is the EVO compression jacket. That lightweight
protection. It’s made up of these D3O pads and panels
and this compression fabric. So, the D30 panels are actually removable. There’s the spine plate.
This stuff is super clever. It’s really flexible,
but when you hit it hard, it goes rock hard and
gives you that protection. (panels hitting desk) That’ll do. Now this is going to appeal to
the enduro riders out there. This back pocket actually doubles up for your hydration pack,
so you stick it in there, your hose comes out of that hole, over your shoulder and you’ve got hydration when you need it. You’ve also got these stash pockets on the rear, so you can stick your energy gels and anything
you need in there. You’ve got more D30
panels on the shoulders, again removable. More on the
front, it zips up, as well. But, what about my elbows, I hear you ask? Here are the Recon Elbows.
And the great thing about these… It’s got
this padlock system. So, down here, on your
jacket, you can actually attach your elbow pads to
stop them from moving around. So, let’s take a look at
that padlock connection. There you go. Simple as that. And now, your elbows are attached to the jacket. So the Recon Elbow pads are lightweight and breathable. You’ve
got this lighter material, and then again that
stretchable mesh inside. You’ve also go XRD
technology in these pads, to take away that shock. So, they’re super
lightweight, not bulky at all. To match the set, we’ve got
the Recon Knees, in black. Very similar to the elbow pads, obviously bigger for your knees. And they’re so lightweight and comfortable you can pedal in these all day. To finish off the set, again, you’ve got those Filter Flat Panel shoes. So, there you go! Two set of protection. We’ve got the all mountain and then we’ve got the full on downhill stuff. We’re giving away both of these. So, two full sets of protection. Follow the link in the
description down below. Get in the competition! We are giving away so much
free kit at the moment, But definitely try and
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take to win Red Bull Hardline” one of the hardest downhill races ever. And over there, for some tech from the enduro world series.
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