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Dainese N-Frame G Back Protector
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Dainese N-Frame G Back Protector


  • Back protector certified to EN 1621.2/2003 Standard (Lev. 2)
  • Articulated plates in Astronmemory® and Polypropylene foam sandwich
  • Flexible construction
  • Liner in double jersey
  • PCT Patent Pending


  • Choose G1 for Women's Jackets
  • Choose G2 for Men's Jackets
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Dainese N-Frame G Back Protector 3.5 5 6 6
Larger than the wave, 2/3 the price, but stiff It all really depends on what you are looking for... I have a wave G2 that I also purchaed from RevZilla for another Dainese jacket and so I tried it out in my new air mesh2... I decided I wanted something larger to fill the back protector pocket more as the jacket is so thin. This did the job perfectly... it takes up the entire back protector pocket on the jacket (in G2 form)... It covers some extra inches of shoulderblade area that the wave doesn't. It is slightly stiffer than the wave so that may make some people dislike it... this stiffness would be a lot less noticeable in a leather than a mesh jacket... so is it perfect? no... but for the price it definitely fit my bill... it seems like it would hold up in a crash about the same as a wave g2 (but then again I am not an engineer, just a common sense type observation)... Its fairly solid but does have some vent holes... I didn't really notice getting any hotter in the area than without in the mesh jacket so it must be flowing "enough" air... PS: I don't know if its "kosher" or not but there are the built in "flex" joints that the protector is supposed to flex on... as I stated they don't flex very well or it wouldn't be considered stiff... I personally flexed those joints a bit by hand to loosen them up... but do so at your own risk (don't know if it ruins the crash protection of it or anything but it didn't seem to (no visible/tactile signs of damage)) April 2, 2012
Great upgrade I replaced the stock protector in my jacket. It's a lot better than the piece of foam that was in it originally . Great price and great fit April 2, 2012
I thought it was more comfortable, but I like how it fits the racing dainese pelle jacket, size 50 I thought it was more comfortable, but I like how it fits the racing dainese pelle jacket, size 50 January 10, 2012
do you like having an ironing board in your jacket? Not much to say about this other than the fact it literally feels like an ironing board is strapped to your back. I only purchased this particular back pad because CE Level II protection was a must and I had a lot of Revzilla cash from buying my Alien jacket and this was extra cheap. I considered going with the SAS-TEC, which I wish I would've now in retrospect, but didn't want to mess with having to trim it down. I will probably forego the SAS-TEC and eventually get the Forcefield insert for Dainese jackets when I have the spare cash. The only reason I don't recommend this is because of how uncomfortable it is. If you can deal with this, the it is truly a fine product. I would just suggest you consider the SAS-TEC for the same amount of money. December 27, 2011
A Bit Stiff I can't review the protection/safety aspect of the back protector as I've never crashed in it. All I know is that it meets the CE Level 2 standard. It would be nice if Dainese release the exact amount of Force (in kg) that it transfer. What I can do is review it's comfort. 1st off, it doesn't fit all Dainese Jackets! I have a Air 2 and a Delmar. It fits my Air 2 but not my Delmar. That was disappointing. Now I have to get a separate one for my Delmar. Next, this protector is very stiff. Its a one piece construction. Out of the box, the thing is flat and stiff. It doesn't conform to your back when you are hunched over your bike. What I did was to bend the back protector by hand to give it a more curved shaped. It does hold the curve form. After that, it was much more comfortable. I would recommend spending the extra money and getting the Wave G or Shield Air G. June 13, 2011
This is OK..but liked the old "hinged" version better This version seems to be less flexible when inserted in your jacket. It's harder to bend forward due to the lack of a "hinged" design (ala armadillo) the old ones had...feels like you've put first base in your jacket. May 20, 2011
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
G1 728777 1875967-001-N Out of Stock
G2 728779 1875968-001-N Out of Stock