The Sentinel armor is the most versatile, best fitting, lightest roost protector Thor MX has ever built. Weighing in at only 650g the Thor Sentinel Armor incorporates numerous vents and air channels for maximum ventilation. Designed for riders who are looking for roost coverage without excess bulk and weight, the Sentinel is pure performance. Included with every Sentinel is both the back strap and number plate. Fits most riders 50-95kg.
Thor Motocross Sentinel Black Body Armor Features
- Injection molded chest panel with molded bio-foam interior
- Ratchet buckle closure system
- Lightweight, comfortable design perfect for all riding conditions
- Three way modular design allows for versatility
- CE approved
Does the Thor Sentinel Fit with a Neck Brace
The Thor Sentinel fits perfectly with the Leatt Neck brace but does not fit with an Alpinestars, EVS or Atlas neck brace without modification. Both the S/M and L/XL Leatt Neck brace in all models (except the road version) will fit comfortably with the Sentinel.
Thor Sentinel / Leatt Brace Fitment Guide
- Start by putting on the Thor Sentinel Armor but do not do up the straps.
- Separate the Neck brace into 2 halves by undoing both the buckles
- Reach over your head and insert the back half of the brace into the armor. Remember that the thorasic part of the brace must sit INSIDE the armor
- Tuck the 'side tabs' of the Leatt underneath the Sentinel.
- Try to ensure that the rear part of the brace is fairly straight and centered.
- Insert the front of the Leatt into the Sentinel.
- Now, one side at a time, try to pull the back half of the leatt backwards and the front half of the brace forwards until you have enough clearance to join the 2 halves together. The first side should be relatively simple but the second side will be a very tight fit. Don't be scared to get into it. It will fit. Over time the Armor will stretch a little and it will get easier to put on.
- Make sure the Leatt buckles are secure and then do up the straps for the Sentinel
- Remove in the reverse order
- Have a few goes practicing in the mirror so you don't get to the track and look like a Goon when you've got Armor and Neck Braces flying over the place :-)