Pointers: DIY Body Armor Hanger 5

Cheap, plastic hangers are rough on body armor and quality hangers are hard to come by. Here's an easy fix that will keep your body armor (and jerseys, shirts and more) from getting stretched out while on the hanger.

Share your body armor Pointers in the comments and Check out the iXS Battle Jacket EVO used in the video.

Credit: gordo
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    5/6/2011 4:51 AM

    @ OCsponger... It's a biking web site, for every post you make you're supposed to spend 1 hour riding your bike. Reply to this and that'll not only get you a free hanger, but some exercise too.

  • sspomer

    5/5/2011 5:03 PM

    @jason - good idea!
    @HARD COREy - thanks for the offer to give customers free hangers.

  • OCsponger587

    5/5/2011 3:04 PM

    ok i'll drive 20 miles each way to your store in my f150. that will cost me about 10 or 12 bukcs for a free hanger. instead i'll use there suggestion since i cant even see the bottles when its hung upanyways


    5/5/2011 11:39 AM

    Bring in your Dainese mtb armor to the Dainese store in Orange County and ask for me (Corey) and I'll give you a real high quality Dainese hanger for FREE. It'll keep your closet from looking like a recycling center.

  • jasonvelocity

    5/5/2011 10:47 AM

    You could zip tie the bottles to the hanger too. Just saying.