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60 DAY RETURNS
We have the confidence in our quality which is why we offer customers a 60 day return
We stand by the quality of every Zena product. Our vests have a lifetime warranty on manufacturing faults.
SCIENTIFICALLY TESTED AND PROVEN.
With 4 years of research and development. Zena's impact performance vests have been put through the highest standard of sports science impact testing via Australian leader Deaking University, Research shows the Zena Vest absorbs impact and distributes energy over a larger area reducing the risk of potential injury with up to 75% reduction in impact.
FEATURES OF THE ZENA FEMALE IMPACT VEST
Zena Impact Vests have been specifically designed for females who play contact sport. Extremely lightweight, the vest aims to reduce the risk of injury, providing the ultimate confidence on field.
A GPS pocket allows you to fit your tracking device without the need for an additional garment during training or gameday. (Only available in Z1)
PATENTED INJECTED MOULDING
We use a patented injected moulding for our padding allowing the vest to be lightweight and non restrictive
Our vests are treated with Microban Antimicrobial protection, this prevents bacterial build up in the padding that causes staining or odour, prolonging the life of the vest.
Assist a new generation of females to perform beyond what they thought possible.
To innovate and design the most advanced products solely dedicated to the females of the world..
WHY ZENA SPORT
We are Zena Sport. Our founders have been actively involved with the professional sport for the past 25 years. They know the dedication, sacrifice and discipline required to play and perform at the highest level. With very little data available on the risks of breast injury in contact sport they began a research study of their own. They began by meeting with current professional players as well as club officials. A survey was then distributed to a cross section of 300 females involved in women's sport. The research showed a large number of female participants had received some form of breast or rib injury, yet it went unreported. Together they decided there was a need for a protective garment in the market and felt a responsibility to educate females around the risks associated with breast injury due to contact sport.