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Lee X: Way more flexibility and comfort than previous Dainese back protectors.Mar 1, 2014
Brandon M: Dainese's quality and reputation.Feb 27, 2014
Hervey W: I needed a back protector for my Avro Textile jacket. I was put off other Dainese protectors by some of the reviews and was tempted by the Forcefield inserts (a little cheaper, reusable) but concerned about fitment in my jacket. The Manis G appears to resolve my concerns with other Dainese protectors and I'm more confident of correct fit in my jacket.Jan 20, 2014
Faisal Y:I have the superspeed in 48 as well. There are two sections in the jacket, which side did you put it in? I called revzilla customer service for help as I bought the G2 as well. Disappointed that revzilla customer service rep told me that he will email me to let me know which pocket it goes in but no email.
Its a tight fight, lot of stretching to get it in thereJan 24, 2014
RAJESH M:Large side goes up (logo upright) for this back protector when fitted in a Dainese Racing Perforated jacket (Size 52). I found it a little tricky to insert it at first--the zip opening in the jacket IS narrow--but was able to eventually wiggle it in. Good fit and feel once installed and does not alter jacket fit at all.Dec 12, 2013
I see...yet I tried this in a friends Avro Jacket, and the smaller compartment fits better with the Manis having the logo facing downwards (larger area at the bottom of the jacket). Anyone else have feedback on which compartment it should be in, and which direction it should face?
Dec 29, 2013
Jesse G:Nope. Larger side up. I have the Manis G insert in my Dainese Racing jacket and there is a pocket that it fits into perfectly. Once it's in you can barely tell it's there. Very comfortable and protective.Jan 29, 2014