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Hip protection to those who are active and health focused.

We need your help, we want you to try our product for free, make sure you fill out the form at the bottom of the page.

Where traditional hip protection is bulky and uncomfortable, we are revolutionizing protection with the latest in 3D Printed Impact Protection technology.

Phoenix Hipwear wants to empower your active lifestyle! 

Our 3D Printed Shield is:

  • Lighter
  • Thinner
  • Flexible
  • Breathable
  • Washable
  • All while being high performing 

At around 10mm thick (that's just over 1/4 of an inch) and weighing around 60g (just over 2 ounces - about 2 slices of bread), these shields can easily be worn under leggings or any normal clothing without being bulky and uncomfortable.

Be one of the first to experience the incredible new 3D printed protection by completing the form below. We want to share our new 3D Printed Shield with 20 people for FREE. Simply fill in the form at the bottom of this page and we'll be in touch. Alternatively you can email us at:


"I am a very active 69 year old who hikes daily - but my grandmother broke her hip at age 50 and the hills where I hike are quite slippery and full of rocks so I figured it would be a good idea to stay safe and protect my hips."


"I'm 64, 5'2" and barely 90 pounds, and have osteoporosis.  I own and operate my own restaurant and like to cross country ski and hike in the mountains of Utah where I live. So I'm not a sedentary person and don't consider myself a senior yet :) I want to stay active and would love to have a product that could give me a little more confidence when I'm outside doing my sports. I think your product is a terrific idea and I'm looking forward to trying out the new version when it's available."


"I'm 79 years old, I still live in my own home and I care for my husband who had a stroke. I'm very slim and have osteoporosis and I know that if I fall and fracture a hip, not only will it change my life, but it will change my husbands. I will no longer be able to care for him and we will have to leave our own home. It just makes sense, why wouldn't I do everything I can to keep myself safe."