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Watch a Stuntman Get Hit by a Car Wearing Xion PG

This product is great, if you have a job or sport where you are confronted with the risk of getting injured.

Watch these videos to see how well this product protects.

Two Dutch stuntmen read an article in a science magazine about a new ‘smart’ polymer called D3O®. They immediately saw the potential to replace existing rigid and bulky impact protection gear with a low-profile and flexible solution. They jumped on a plane to meet the company behind this invention, and so their journey began…

After years of prototyping, testing, and improvement—with enormous support from fellow stunt professionals and athletes—the Xion Protective Gear (PG) brand was born, Xion states on their website.

Here’s how Xion protects stunt professionals:

Now, anyone who actively faces physical impact, either professionally or leisure-wise, can greatly benefit from wearing high-quality Xion PG products. The founders of Xion PG feel extremely confident that they have designed and developed the “next generation” of protective base layers. But the journey does not end there.  By holding onto their values, and with the support of partners and an ever-growing number of fans, Xion PG continues its mission to provide you with only the best.

Xion also helps protect people in any dangerous situation:

I must admit I still wouldn’t deliberately get hit by a car, even if I was wearing it.


Troy Oakes
Troy was born and raised in Australia and has always wanted to know why and how things work, which led him to his love for science. He is a professional photographer and enjoys taking pictures of Australia's beautiful landscapes. He is also a professional storm chaser where he currently lives in Hervey Bay, Australia.

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