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Bryan N: Read that these fit into the hip pockets on a pair of klim dakar pants.Apr 28, 2015
Ken A: for hip protection in my Airwave pantsApr 21, 2015
Daniel F: The armor in my Klim riding gear was probably more than adequate. I just wanted the next and possibly the best level of riding protection in Armor on the market today. This armor also stays very flexible no matter the cooler weather temps a serious plus!Mar 15, 2015
A s: Replacement for inadequate padding that came with my pants.Mar 2, 2015
Mark S: replace the EVA foam in my Olympia Airglide 3 pants for better safetyFeb 23, 2015
Vishal P: As a replacement armor to my Rev-it Airwave riding pants, this is a perfect fit. I'm discarding the Knox armor which I used earlier and going for this one, as it perfectly provides the coverage and protection for the purpose its bought.Dec 22, 2014
Taylor W: The Rev-It jeans I ordered have spaces for hip armor but no actual armor, so I bought this to fit in the pantsOct 3, 2014
S T: The Olympia recon pants I purchased some time ago did not have hip armor and these seemed a better idea than risking a hip fracture in the event of a get off.Sep 17, 2014
Vishal P: Was looking to have a replacement armor against the stock foam hip pads for my Rev it! airwave pants (size XL). After speaking to tony he strongly recommended to go for this product and this is exactly what I did. U guys are a like bible for riding gear buyers. Trust your choice blindly.Aug 17, 2014
Ryan I: Fit right in my A-Stars pants with hip armor pouches.Jun 30, 2014
Wilson L: Wanted better hip padding than the 3/8" packing foam provided in my Rev'It Mesh Pants.Jun 14, 2014
Lukas J: The repeat impact technology seems like an excellent selling point compared to other hip armor. These are very thick and sturdy looking pads.Apr 21, 2014
Geoffrey P: Need to replace the lame hip padding in my leather pants.Nov 26, 2013
Rob M: to upgrade my armor on my rain gearOct 29, 2013
Christopher B: When researching armor replacement Forcefield always came to the top of the list.Oct 27, 2013
Lorenzo S: This armor is better than the armor that comes with my A-stars oxygen air pants.Oct 3, 2013
Amy K: My REV'IT Turbine pants (size 34 women's) had this awful, cheap foam padding in lieu of actual hip protection.
Tony in customer care, gladly helped me out and recommended these. Hope they fit as well as the reviews say, but considering they're all male, I'm worried that these might be too big for my pants. Looking forward to getting them.Sep 21, 2013
A shopper asked:I currently use the limb tubes from Forcefield and their awesome. However, I have some pants that just have velcro straps for the hip armor and I need to replace the hip armor in them. Do these hip replacements have velcro attachments for velcro straps in the hip area?Mar 11, 2014
David C:I wanted to know how to attach the pads before buying too. I purchased the hip pads the other week and it did NOT include velcro. Fortunatly they slid into my Klim Dakar pants existing panel without modification. You should know the smooth side with small holes go toward your body. I would guess Velcro would still stick well on the wide lattice side but did not try that. Mar 14, 2014
Rebecca C:Yes, they are sold as a pair. Once you get them they are clearly marked as to Left and Right sides. Just be sure the insert pockets on your pants are large enough to fit them. I put them into women's Rev'It pants and had to do some alterations to make them fit.Jul 8, 2014
Blake M asked:I also am trying to replace the worthless padding (bunches up) in my Joe Rocket Phoenix 3.0 pants. Could someone please post the dimensions (width x length) of these pads so we can determine if they'll fit with or without trimming? Thanks in advance...Aug 2, 2014
Mike L:The armor is about 6.1 inches wide and 7.3 inches high. They are about the same width and slightly shorter than the cheap foam that was in my Olympia Airglide pants. The Forcefield replacement hip armor fit very well in my Olympia pants and when I am in the riding position the pads feel like they are in the right place. They are no doubt a significant upgrade to the original hip foam which I would not even consider as pads.Aug 5, 2014
Patrick B:If it had to fit within a pocket, the pocket would have to be 7.5 inches from top to bottom, as shown in the picture, and 6.5 inches wide. They are a hair over a 0.5 inch in width. I used then over a week long ride just fitting snuggly, without being in a pocket, under my riding pants and did not have any problems or discomfort although this is not the ideal way to wear them of course.Aug 5, 2014
Blake M:I did notice the dimensions in the description. In the photo, however, they appear longer than wider. I should have been more specific with my question, requesting the measurement for width and the measurement for height. Convention is width x height, but this may be a case where that is reversed (?). If they are, in fact, 7" X 9" they'll fit right in my JR Phoenix pants.Aug 8, 2014
Keith M:Approximately 6.5" x 7.5x". If it's too big of course trimming is not difficult. Also some pants don't have armor pockets but instead have Velcro. In that case it's easy to just stick velcro on these.Aug 7, 2014
Tyler E:Sorry Jason; I am not familiar with your gear. That said, if your pants have pockets for hip pads, then these are likely to fit. To get an idea of the size of the pocket that is required, either refer to the dimensions of the product or have a look at the Forcefield ProAction Shorts, in which the hip pad pockets are clearly visible.Jan 16, 2014
Bobby J:The dimensions, as depicted, are 7.25 inches tall(flat part to pointy part) and 6.25 inches wide(side to side). The whole armor pad is roughly 3/4 inch thick. I recommend removing the foam hip inserts of your pants(if equipped) and measuring them to verify fit. I use these with my tourmaster venture air pants with zero problems.Jan 16, 2014
PAUL M:They are a strange shape but it works. I use them in some BMW and tourmaster pants. They are a little thick but much more flexible than my standard pads.It is made of three waffled pads loosely sewn together so they can flex better and still offer thick protection.Sep 18, 2014
Mike L:I bought the Forcefield Net Replacement armor for my Olympia Airglide 4 Jacket and Airglide 3 pants. The fit very well in both the jacket and pants. I think they are a little heavier than the standard foam Olympia armor but that is only noticeable when you are standing and walking, not when you are on the bike in the riding position. I forgot to order the replacement hip armor which I am doing today with the Forcefield 4 Layer Hip Armor. The Forcefield back protectors do not fit the Olympia jackets so with the help of Revzilla customer service I ordered the Rukka D30 Air Central Back Protector, which is a perfect fit in the Airglide 4 jacket. Similar to the Forcefield Net Armor the back protector is a little heavier which I don't notice when riding. All of this armor will also allow better air flow which is an added bonus over the increased protection. I recommend all of the above armor and Revzilla customer service.Jul 28, 2014
Any Chance of these fitting the Airwave Mesh Pants "without" trimming? Can a Rep please answer this, as these do seem like better protection compared to the recommended "seesoft" protection.
Jul 3, 2014