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The Forcefield Back Inserts are designed to replace existing back inserts and are approved to EN1621-2:2003 CE Level 2 (Pro) protection. Using Nitrex a unique high-tech triangular shock absorbing material, energy can be dispersed evenly over their surface whilst remaining flexible and comfortable.

Features:

  • CE Level 2 Performance
  • Soft and Flexible
  • Repeat Performance Technology (RPT)
  • Comfortable non-restrictive
  • Breathable
  • Lightweight

Insert Measurements
001 385mm Height
285mm Widest Point
002 445mm Height
340mm Widest Point
003 425mm Height
270mm Widest Point
005 580mm Height
290mm Widest Point

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Hope it works.... What to say? Size 001 fits perfectly in my AGV Sport Breeze jacket. Hope to never test it. Definitely adds weight but it's supposed to protect you and still be as comfy as possible. I'd say it does a good job. Recommended. July 25, 2015
Beefed up back protection Fits perfectly in my Joe rocket sonic 2.0 .love the way it feels on my back not to hot and stays in place really well June 29, 2015
First rate protector I purchased the 002 version for my Joe Rocket Speedmaster ventilated jacket. It's about 4-5 years old. Fit is perfect. It's thick but did not affect the depth of my jacket. Not sure how well it flows air. The back of my jacket is unventilated. I use it for spring and fall anyway. Materials look first rate with three layers of materials. I'm confident it would protect against slides and impacts. Highly recommend. June 24, 2015
Looks like a great quality product. Bought this based on Revzilla size info for fitment into my AVG Summer Mesh jacket, will also fit my AVG Winter coat as well. Fit is very good with a little room to spare. A visible and physical difference from the piece of foam that came in the back panel. Looks and feels like a product made of substance and good quality. Very comfortable when riding, do not even notice it is there. Hope I never will have to test it. Will be buying another Forcefield for my Joe Rocket jacket if they offer one to fit. June 9, 2015
Solid back protector Size 002 Fits my Joe Rocket Phoenix 5.0 Perfect. Quality is awesome. Fits the jacket better then the foam pad that comes with it even. Its definitely thicker, but hasnt caused any discomfort, if anything more comfort because the back pad doesn't slide around like the stock foam pad in my jack did. The material the protector is made out of feels robust and durable. Definitely gives me more confidence in protection. Would recommend to anyone looking to upgrade the protection that came with their jacket April 20, 2015
Forcefield -002 fits in a 3XL Bohn Airtex armored shirt I recently bought a Bohn Armored shirt to wear under some of my jackets that have particularly ill-fitting armor. The only problem was that the Bohn included back armor wasn't good. With the forcefield level 2 back armor swapped in, I am finally satisfied with my basic protection. The Forcefield back protector is really a nice piece and conforms to the body nicely. I've worn it everyday for As mentioned in other reviews... it is a strange smelling thing. I assume it will fade with time, but I'm only 2 weeks in. I also have the limb tube knee protectors and am really impressed with the Forcefield product line. Extra info- The original Bohn armored shirt uses a back protector that interchanges with a Teknic jacket I already have. However, This Forcefield -002 size is too big to fit the Teknic Jacket. The smaller Forcefield back protector would have fit in both. April 15, 2015
Great insert, funny smell Seems very well made, and fit perfectly in my Triumph jacket. I've let it air out since I got it two weeks ago but the dang rubbery/plastic smell just won't go away. Hoping time will take care of that. Otherwise, seems like a great value for great protection. April 6, 2015
Perfect fit for my Sedici Nero Leather On a leather jacket you might not feel it, but on a textile jacket it might be really tight, overall it is a level 2 ce protector, and its great! March 31, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
John W: Perfect fit for my Triumph leather Cafe Racer jacket. Plenty of protection. Jul 23, 2015
S K: Trusted brand Jul 19, 2015
Caleb K: Looking to order the AGV canyon jacket when it's back in stock, so ordered this ahead of time to put in that jacket and use in my old one in the mean time Jul 13, 2015
David C: To replace a non-integrated back protector and to replace inside my several leather and mesh jackets so I can stop using non-integrated armor. I am seeking more comfort. Jun 27, 2015
John A: My Victory branded jacket did not come with any protection. Jun 25, 2015
Ivan M: Fit's well in my triumph jackets. Very good quality.This is the second i bought and i need a third one!. i'm replacing my armor with this brand. Really good brand!! Jun 15, 2015
Eric H: Upgraded to better safety protection than what was orginally in my jacket. Jun 14, 2015
Neal P: To replace older, less effective armor. Jun 14, 2015
Alan h: One of the Safest Back Protecters Made Jun 2, 2015
E R: Hopefully I'll never have to find out how this protects under crash conditions. That said, the construction and overall feel of this back protector gives me confidence it will protect me when and if the time comes. If you don't have a back pad you're simply exposing yourself too sever injury, this is a low cost way of adding additional protection to your spine during impact and/or sliding down the road on your back. May 29, 2015
Jason H: Increase protection for my Joe Rocket jacket. May 23, 2015
Braden K: Bee up non CE rated protection May 8, 2015
Todd W: No decent back protector in the Revit Chronos Jacket. I had a SAS-TEC back protector for my Turbine Jacket that I am replacing and it will not fit the Chronos. Apr 29, 2015
Anthony G: To upgrade a new jacket I just purchased Apr 22, 2015
James W: Fircefield armor comes highly recommended by multiple references and this specific piece fits two of my jackets, which are currently without a good back protector. Apr 17, 2015
W I: Fits my suit Mar 27, 2015
Michael L: Because my jacket didn't come with CE back armor. Mar 14, 2015
Aditya M: Because the jacket came with styrofoam which i do not trust Mar 10, 2015
Emmanuel A: Safety Mar 9, 2015
David A: This back protector feels both light and protective (a combination that is hard to find) while being good for more than one down. for $80 this is a great deal Feb 22, 2015
Issa L: Top of the line protection. Jan 15, 2015
Dana S: Level 2 CE certification Jan 10, 2015
Jay S: I saw a video review of this and thought it would be a good upgrade to my riding jacket. I rode with it about 6,500 miles and decided it felt too heavy so I took it out. Jan 1, 2015
Daniel S: Very highly rated product with the best ventilation available. Dec 1, 2014
Anthony C: Purchased for Joe Rocket Super Ego Jacket, which I use for winter riding in Florida. :) Nov 28, 2014
James A N: Replacement backpad for Vanson Ventmax 3 jacket. Sep 27, 2014
Nelson S: Update armor on winter jacket. Sep 24, 2014
Darryl M: Hope it fits FieldSheer jacket pocket - one review said this size 001 fit theirs...... Sep 23, 2014
mario s: i care about my back and i liked it Sep 19, 2014
Brian C: D3O armor provided in my KLIM Overland Jacket Cracked in half. No crash, but maybe since my jacket was in the sun and folded on my bike the D3O couldn't handle it. I'm getting it replaced by KLIM but will not be using it. That is why I went with this back protector instead of the flubber. Sep 16, 2014
Brandon B: CE rated Sep 11, 2014
David L: I wanted to replace my basic foam back pad with a quality CE rated back pad for my Joe Rocket jacket. Aug 14, 2014
scott y: Great in-depth information on Revzilla on back protection. The video on Forcefield protection was great. One call to the customer service line and they had the right size for my jacket. Quick and easy!! Jul 30, 2014
Derek B: Vastly better protection than the foam insert that came with the jacket I bought a few years ago. Jul 25, 2014
Henry R: needed a new back proctor and this was more flexible than my old one. Jul 10, 2014
Audra A: For upgraded protection and flexibility. Jul 9, 2014
Johnathon I: i wanted more back protection than what came with my joe rocket jacket. i fit perfect it is a little heavier than the stock pad but it is still barely noticeable and extremely comfortable. I hope to never need the extra protection but i have got peace of mind knowing it is there. Jun 23, 2014
mike s: for better protection Jun 21, 2014
Steven K: I wanted to upgrade the back plate in my AGV Sport Solare Jacket. The size 001 pad is a perfect fit. I bought one of these and also a light version. They are both in my jackets replacing the very thin foam pad that was made to be replaced I believe. Jun 20, 2014
Keith T: Replacment for OEM armor in Joe Rocket jacket. Thought about doing the CE level 1 for more flexibility, but opted for more protection. Jun 17, 2014
O N: I have two scorpion jackets that have foam back inserts, so I figured I would upgrade to CE rated armor and swap between them. Jun 1, 2014
John M: more is better May 28, 2014
Dewan C: Gotta protect the spine May 24, 2014
Walter G: Needed protection Apr 26, 2014
Jon W C: Very good reviews and high level safety rating Apr 22, 2014
Aaron F: protection and compatibility with jacket system Apr 10, 2014
michael d: rec. by fellow riders Mar 22, 2014
Thomas V: Matt Broughton recommended it over the Rev'it Seesoft backpad. He took a poll of his colleagues and all favored the Forcefield backpad, and he got back to me quickly when I asked for his advice, so I could move forward on this purchase. Mar 7, 2014
Joseph P: Needed higher CE upgrade for my current leather Jacket. Mar 7, 2014
Robert T: This product offered more shoulder protection than the other one I was looking at. It was a tight fit but Revzilla did right by me again, and I'm really impressed with the quality. Lets hope I never have to find out how durable it is! Mar 3, 2014
IRA E: Technology and positive reviews Feb 17, 2014
Lance B: Bought this to replace the foam back protector that came with my wife's custom sized leather motorcycle jacket. Feb 15, 2014
Daniel V: Bought a leather jacket with armor pockets. The armor from Revzilla was cheaper and possibly an upgrade from the forcefield armor offered through the jacket manufacturer's website. Feb 3, 2014
Ed H: safety Jan 19, 2014
Garret L: Most protection at the best price. Fits in the mesh Joe Rocket jacket I got. Jan 17, 2014
SEAN P: I wanted an insert for my JR phoenix jacket and I heard the JR is CE 1 protection and this was CE 2 for a cheaper price Nov 30, 2013
Dan P: I heard the Joe Rocket Atomic 4.0 Jacket has a pretty wimpy foam insert, so I got this one. It feels solid but looks a bit bulky if my shoulders are hunched forward. I might recommend the smaller size (it was out of stock when I ordered mine) but I wear a backpack anyway which covers it up, so I'll keep the extra protective area! :) Oct 24, 2013
Justin R: fit my jacket great (Triumph Jerez XL). beefy back piece (might want to go with the thinner one for non-aggressive riding). I have a bad back and opted for the extra protection Oct 18, 2013
Jimmy C: High safety rating Oct 4, 2013
Michael G: Great improvement in safety and good fit for my RevIt jacket. Aug 27, 2013
Jordan L: Excellent protection CE Level 2 rated. Forms to your back and you never feel it while you are riding. Aug 27, 2013
Joe V asked: I was wondering how comfortable this insert is. Does it flex enough from shoulder to shoulder ( lengthwise) to conform to your back? My last protector felt like I had a 2x4 stuck in my jacket, ugh. Had to take it out. Jun 6, 2015
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Michael B: I honestly don't feel it when I have it in my leathers so it's a tight fit. Also, it's not going to reach your shoulders. It's basically going to fit in between your scapula and protect your spine. It does confirm to your back though in terms of curving with your jacket, but it won't touch your shoulders. Jun 6, 2015
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Joe V: Thanks Michael Jun 6, 2015
Valentin T: Hi,
The protection is not bad, it is flexible enough, but, for my taste is too heavy and also too thick. I replaced it with Dainese Wave G1
Jun 8, 2015
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Walter G: The back pad is rigid but it's designed to protect you in a crash but it's not rigid to the point where you notice it. It did not bother me Jun 6, 2015
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Steven L: I am happy with the product, but it does add considerable wait to my Leather. The jacket must wieght 15 lbs. I feel very protected though. Jun 7, 2015
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O N: This is very comfortable. I can fold mine in half (and do when I'm installing it when switching between jackets). Jun 8, 2015
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A S: It's heavier than the stock protector but it flexes with your back. I don't even notice it anymore. Jun 6, 2015
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Matthew S asked: Im thinking of getting the Firstgear Mesh Tex jacket in a medium. Question is.... Icon D30 or Forcefield for a back protector upgrade? If its the Forcefield, which size would fit this jacket? May 26, 2015
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DENNIS M: Matthew,

I am NOT an expert in back protection pads by any means however I can say that the forcefield pad is outstanding. a few months back I was on my bike when I was struck and hit by a car. fortunately, I had just upgraded my back pad to the forcefield as I was throw quite a distance landing square on my back. An ambulance took me to the ER where I was throughly examined by the surgeons. Although bruised and sore I had sustained no serious injuries (lucky? No, fortunate? Absolutely!!!) the surgeons were amazed at how well my safety equipment performed and took note of what i was wearing. So for me the forcefield pads are a must from now on. i strongly recommend them. I hope this helps take care and good riding.
R/
Dennis
May 26, 2015
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ALEJANDRO A: Sorry my friend.. I bought this back protector for a joe rocket reactor jacket ("S" size) and it fitted very well (forcefield size 002). I Dont know if that size could work on that first gear jacket. Maybe the height in the picture of The protector could help you. Greetings May 26, 2015
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Kaiser C: Not sure man. You gotta buy the acket 1st then take out the insert, and measure the paddind and mesh. The Forcefield back protectors are all about 3/4' thick and comes in only a few configurations. May 27, 2015
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Matthew S: Thanks for your answer. Ended up getting a large Tourmaster Air Intake 4.0 with an Icon D30. Think I'll take your suggestion for my fall season jacket though Jun 19, 2015
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Matthew S: Thanks for taking the time to answer. Really appreciate it Jun 19, 2015
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Marcelo Y asked: It is not clear which side of the insert should face your back when inserted in the jacket? This question was asked before but the answers are not definitive. Jun 26, 2014
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Matthew D: The side in the photo goes to the outside. The yellow honeycomb like structure faces the outside. I have 2 of these in seperate jackets and on the one like the photo it is fairly obvious; on the other both sides are more similar looking.
I remember it being fairly obvious when I installed them. Just be very sure of the size and type with these. I had to return 2 before getting it right for both jackets.
I highly reccoment this product BTW.
Jun 26, 2014
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Daniel M: I place the insert into my jacket so that the flatter side faced my back. The side that is shown in the pictures is facing away from my back. Jun 28, 2014
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Justin M: I read it somewhere but the flat, smoother side with the white label goes against your back. The more angular, cut side goes out. Jun 26, 2014
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Nicholas T: The black portion is to face your back and the yellow portion will face outside. This is also stated on the product itself. Jun 26, 2014
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Kellen I: The softer side with the tags showing should lay against your back Jun 26, 2014
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Matthew M asked: What would provide a better level of protection this or Icon's Styker for my contra jacket? May 27, 2014
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Kaiser C: I love my forcefield 001 padding with my Field sheer jacket. I believe the plastic nature of the Stryker vest will not hold up to multiple impacts sustained from a spill.

On the flip side, the Stryker vest can be used under various jackets, and will not shift on you during an off.

Have you looked in the the Forcefield Flite suit? Its pricy, but well worth the $$$. Not to mention it can be worn again after an impact.
May 27, 2014
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Matthew M: Not worried about the multiple impacts. Spine protection is something that if I use I'm willing to pay for again. Just wondering if I make a hasty get off what's going to give me the best fighting chance at walking away May 28, 2014
Kaiser C: Hi Matthew,

Think of a spine protector like a parachute. When you find yourself in a situation where you need a parachute, the likelihood of you needing that parachute or ever having to worry about having one again is nill.

Who says you will not have multiple impact in one fall. I feel the Stryker and Aramadillos are not desigend for multiple impacts. They are designed for a one time stike in one spot, and the plastic will likely crack (likes its designed to do) to disspate the force.

hence, I feel all forcefiled product are well designed products specifically addressing this problem that many other companies do not bother to tackle.

Yes, the majority of the armors out there are all "CE 2" approved. However, Forcefield is the only company that publishes their test and crash data. That shoudl say somethign about the product and companies product.

Dont take my word for it. Do some research on this matter. Any protection is better than no protection. But not all products are created the equal despite meeting the same "certification" (ie: Shoei & Arai versus Icon helmets)

Ask yourself this question, how much is your spinal column worth to you when you are jamming down the freeway at close to 80+ and all of a sudden you find yourself in a highsided situation.

Let me put it plainly, I work trauma at UCI medical center, and have yet seen a person die from scratches and cuts sustained from a lowside, but have seen plenty of people that have become paraplegics or bleed out internally enroute in an ambulance from taking multiple blunt force impacts to the spinal colum and vital organs like the spleen, liver, chest cavity...etc).

Like I indicated, i went with the extreme harness for the anterior and posterior protection, and the versatility of being able to wear an A-Star Summer Mesh jacket with the Forcefield armor. the 001 is currently in my Fieldsheer 2.0, and will be used as my winter wear.

Another thing to consider is the fact that during a tumble, you want the armor to stay put and close to you. Hence products like the Prosub4 back protector that is attached to the rider is vastly superior to just a jacket back insert.

Please feel free to contact me if you have any other questions. Hope this helps you out in your decision in selecting a back protector. Jun 4, 2014
Nicholas T: This is rated CE-Level 2. I believe the Icon is a Level 1 but I do not own it. This also seems to be more flexible and flow more air than the Icon. May 28, 2014
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Matthew D: The one you can put a larger size/type in. Jun 26, 2014
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David M asked: What shape/size would best fit a Medium Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0? Apr 19, 2014
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Kaiser C: Hi David,

Not sure about the jacket. I think the best bet is to pull out the old back support and measure it with a tape measure, and then converting it to metric mm, then find the appropriate size. Dont forget, the FF back insert will be thicker than the factory piece. But definitely upgrade it.
Apr 20, 2014
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Adam Vitale A: measure the original pad. then find the force field pad that will fit or make a new pocket and sew it in. well worth the time and effort. Apr 19, 2014
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Paul S: I really don't know what size would fit that jacket. I bought mine and am using it in a Fox Creek Leather Jacket. It fits that jacket really well. In fact, on a long trip it actually makes things more comfortable in my opinion. It is stiff and you can definitely tell that it's there, but it's not uncomfortable at all. Apr 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: Which Forcefield Pro CE L2 fits the ICON Patrrol Jacket? Aug 17, 2014
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Kaiser C: Measure that ish, and select the one that is appropriate. Some Mesh holder has a little give, so select accordingly. Take out the old foam insert, measure it, and convert it to metric (MM). keep in mind the FF inserts are about 3/4" thick, so be sure to account for that. Sep 30, 2014
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Jackie H: I don't know about which Forcefield insert will fit the Icon. I bought two inserts: one for my Alpinestars jacket and the other for my Vanson. Sorry. Aug 18, 2014
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Maxim K asked: Need a REV'IT! Seesoft Type KN 106 back protector for the jacket. Can it be replaced by any style/size of the Forcefield Back Protector Insert Pr?o? The jacket is REV'IT! Airwave Jacket. Thanks! Jun 27, 2014
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Maxim K: REV'IT! Airwave Jacket will work perfectly with forcefield and forcefield pro inserts size 001. Jul 2, 2014
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DENNIS M: Hello,
I cannot answer if fits in a Revit i have a Joe Rocket but I can say that "this" back pad is awesome! I just got hit by car this weekend went tumbling through the air and landed square on my back. This pad saved me!!! No scratches, rash bad bruises or broken bones....Totally awesome and worth it's weigh in gold.
Buy this if it fits!
Jun 27, 2014
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Tyler H asked: Which size should I get for a size 44 (54 EUR) A*s GP Plus R jacket? May 25, 2014
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Nicholas T: I have a size XL (similar size to yours) of an older Alpinestars - T-GP Plus Jacket and I use the following which fits fine.
Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro
Type: A / Size: SM
May 28, 2014
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David W: I had to return backpad, it would not fit into by jacket May 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have back issues and need a CE2 protector that is as soft and flexible as possible, and thin enough to fit into my leathers..
I tried on the SupPro4 and it's too thick (I can't breathe). As a bonus, if insert, the protector would also fit into the pocket of my Fly jacket, which I don't wear much. (I will make a pocket for the leathers.)
(The top of my list is the 002 or 001 Forcefield Pro Insert)

What thickness are the Revit-Seesoft, Forcefield Pro, Forcefield Lite (I know it's CE1)?
Which is the thinnest forcefield backpack style and how thick is it?
Which is the most flexible/soft: Revit Seesoft, Forcefield Pro, or?
What shape would fit a Fly jacket best?
Mar 28, 2014
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Michael F: I Have the Forcefield Lite in my Rev'It Tornado jacket and it's a good match. It's pretty thin, very flexible, and allows excellent ventilation. It's a bit heavy, but I don't really notice that on the bike. I tried the Forcefield Pro, but, due to the stiching around its edges, it's not very flexible. It's also quite a bit thicker than the Lite, of course. I returned it. Mar 28, 2014
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Steven B: Hey there, while I cannot answer many of your questions, I can provide the thickness of the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro BI-001 - 2cm or 3/4". I am using it in a Knox made Triumph jacket and while I can feel it, it does not feel restrictive and still allows airflow when the temps climb. Mar 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: What size/shape for LG Tourmaster Transition 3 Jacket? Nov 19, 2012
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RevZilla: The Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro type B, size Medium will fit in the back pad pocket on the size Large Tourmaster Transition 3 Jacket. Nov 23, 2012
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Bill S: I can't find the "pro type b" on the website - can you supply a link? May 8, 2014
Juan Carlos V: Could i use this protector as a reemplacement For the standard joe rocket armor For my médium size ballistic jacket Oct 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: What is the thickness? Thank you for the other measurements as well. Oct 1, 2012
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RevZilla: The Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro is approximately 3/4in - 1in thick. Oct 1, 2012
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Ducatiwarrior: Fabric feels light, and thin. Think about the materials used in those UnderArmour or similar athletic shirts. I bought a medium and it fit me perfect for my 32 waist and 30 inseam. Oct 1, 2012
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A shopper asked: Or does the odd wording choice here mean that it is not, in fact, CE Level 2 certified?

Some manufacturers like to imply that their products are CE certified when they're really not; I'd like to know what the case is here. Thanks.
Jun 20, 2012
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raven: The forcefield pro back insert is in fact ce level 2 certified. It has the certification on the insert itself. I own one by the way. Oct 18, 2012
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RevZilla: The Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro is CE Level 2 Certified. Jun 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will this back protector fit properly in a ladies joe rocket jacket. Size 1Diva? Apr 21, 2015
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Andre H: Hi, force field makes great stuff to fit a wide range of goods from all different manufacturers. There is a size/fitment chart that explains the shape and fit for most lines of jackets that is pretty spot on. I would check there first and if not there try pulling out the current foam insert and looking at the shape then find the matching one via force field, or givge revzilla a call during buisness hours. Hope this helps. Apr 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: I just ordered the Rev'It Defender GTX, and it comes with a puny little temperfoam back pad. I've been looking into purchasing an upgrade like the Seesoft (ST 12) or the SAS-TEC (SC-1/12) so I can get a decent Back Protection. However I'm wondering if any of these ForceField would fit into my jacket. They don't seem to do a Rev'It specific shape but I'm guessing the 002's shape is the most similar although it seems too wide (<60mm). Or maybe I should just wait for any of the other two to be back in stock and stop splitting hairs? Dec 5, 2014
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Paul H: I've got a RevIt Sand jacket w/ a SAS-Tec pad it it, and another Revit jacket w/ a forcefield pad. The forcefield pad fits in the Revit pocket it you get the right size, it just won't have the little extension at the top of the pad.

I've had a couple of other jackets w/ that I've put forcefield pads into. You can cut the Forcefield pads w/ a strong pair of scissors, or a utility knife. On one, I went as far as to restitch the fabric trim back onto the pad; I don't think it's work that much trouble.

If you can get the dimensions from the SAS-Tec pad that fits your jacket and order the closest Forcefield pad, you should be able to make it fit w/o too much trouble.

I like the Forcefield, but I think the SAS-Tec may be a little more flexible/comfortable. Either one is a great upgraded back pad over the stock one.
Dec 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hey REVZILLA,
Which Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro would best fit my XL ICON Anthem Mesh Jacket? I'm only interested in forcefiled products and want to make sure I get the closest match that will actully fit in the pocket.

I have the ForceField Pro Sub 4 Back Protector for trackdays and feel it high time to upgrade my street gear. I use my Sub4 on the street too, but having an insert would be a lot easier. I would definetly suggest upgrading to Forcefiled Armor to every one.
Sep 22, 2014
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Kaiser C: Personally, i would just get the harness, as when you take a fall, you want the harness to be secured to you. Sep 30, 2014
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David M asked: Will this product fit a REV'IT Legacy GTX jacket (men's XL) and if so what size? Feb 17, 2014
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Andre S: Based on back protector shape I saw in the Revzilla: Rev'it Legacy GTX armor liner breakdown, the "001" should fit.

From what I remember they make tha pads in different shapes, but only one size for each shape.

I checked my own pad and could only find shape size, but not a large, small, etc indicator.

Hope this helps.
Feb 18, 2014
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Mark H asked: I am looking to buy either a Olympia avenger one piece or a Olympia odyssey one piece suit. Which back protector would be the best upgrade? Feb 7, 2014
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Srikanth V: I use a Fieldsheer 2-pc suit. I recommend you get the back insert out of your suit and measure the height and width and see if it matches. This Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro was a perfect fit for me and feels good (not too tight coz of thickness). Mar 31, 2014
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Jason M asked: What size is recommended for a REV'IT Ignition 2 jacket, size 50? Jan 16, 2014
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David W: Hey Jason,
I couldn't answer that for you. The one I bought for my Cortech jacket didn't fit inside the space. I had to return, but I must say it is a very nice back protector.
Good Luck
Jan 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: What size would you recommend for a Shift Octane Jacket sized small? Jan 14, 2014
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Adam Vitale A: check size of pocket, then get the size that fits in pocket Jan 15, 2014
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Tomy H asked: Hi,
I have a A* Jaws Perf Jacket US 42 or EU 52 and wanted to know if the FF backinsert will fit comfortably? Which sizing would be best suitable for my jacket? Many Thanks,

Tomy
Dec 17, 2013
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Andre S: Tomy, sorry it took me so long to respond. I swear by force field back protectors and D30 pads at this point. From my research and comfort they are the lowest profile, highest protection rated inserts available. I have one for my summer perf leather and another in a different shape for my autumn/winter full leather jacket. I wear US 46 jackets so I'm a bit larger, but they are barely noticeable. Expect a little heat if you wear a backpack as I do, but compared to the Joe Rocket CE back protector I got for my first jacket years ago that didn't have the flexibility, breathability or level of protection that force field offers, it's a sky scraper step up. My back was always sweaty and uncomfortable with the Joe Rocket CE back protector even on cool days. I think this will be a purchase you will be happy to make and hopefully never have to test out. Dec 22, 2013
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Christopher G asked: Do you carry the 009 model of the Forcefield Pro Back Insert, which is designed to fit Rukka jackets? I'm trying to fit a size 50 Airway. Sep 25, 2013
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Adam Vitale A: I used this insert for a cortech advanced three quarter XL. a new envelope had to be made, no big deal. worked out great. Sep 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: What size back protector do I need to get for my Dainese Bruce Goretex jacket size 52? Sep 12, 2013
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William L: Sorry I can't help. I use mine in a size 48 Fox Creek leather jacket. Sep 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is the Small "B" type pro pad the correct shape/size for the Teknic Mercury jacket? Apr 30, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, that is correct. The Small "B" type pro pad is the correct shape/size for the Teknic Mercury jacket. May 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: I've got this armor in my leather and love it, I'd really like to have the same level armor in my mesh. Apr 22, 2013
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RevZilla: We would recommend using the Klim D3O Viper T5 Pro Back Protector, orienting it upside-down, and trimming it to fit the specific Tourmaster shape. It has the same CE Level 2 impact rating as the Forcefield Backpad Insert Pro. Apr 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: which one would fit the scorpion exo eternity jacket? Mar 20, 2013
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RevZilla: We contacted Scorpion to get the dimensions for the back protector pocket on that jacket and were told it is 11W x 17H. Therefore, the Type A size Small Forcefield would fit into the pocket on that jacket. Mar 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: What force field insert will fit a icon prime overlord jacket medium? Jan 30, 2013
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RevZilla: Type A, size SM might work. The Overlord Prime is meant to fit Icon's Stryker back protector, which measures 19.5" tall by 10.5" wide. Theoretically, the Type A SM would work, but the two pads are shaped a bit differently so we cannot guarantee it. If you want to get a perfect match, we would recommend going with the Stryker. Jan 31, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have an Alpinestars GP-M perforated leather jacket, which forcefield backpad pro insert will fit the jacket?
thanks in advance
Sep 8, 2012
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RevZilla: The two Forcefield options that will fit in the Alpinestars GP-M Leather Jacket are going to be the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro (Type A/Small) and the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese (Medium). Sep 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: What size Forcefield back insert fits a size small Cayenne Pro? Aug 18, 2012
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RevZilla: A size Small REV'IT! Cayenne Pro Jacket will take a Type B size Small Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro. Aug 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: What type and size would fit a large alpenstar t-breeze air flo jacket? Jun 4, 2012
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RevZilla: You will need a type A size Small Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro in order to fit in your Alpinestars T-Breeze Air Flo Jacket. Jun 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: The current pad is a Forcefield Shape B, and it measures 17 (ht.) x 12.5 (widest point). So, it looks like the Forcefield Small would clearly work (15.25x11.5), but I'm wondering if the Medium might also (17.5x13.25).
Thanks.
Jun 3, 2012
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RevZilla: A size MD should be fine for the 52 jacket. This most closely resembles the Knox TP2 of the same shape. I would confirm by checking to see how much excess space you have in the pocket when your current pad is inserted. Jun 6, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will a B size small fit a Rev'it! tornado size 48 without major trimming? May 22, 2012
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RevZilla: The Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro in type "B" size "Small" should fit any men's REV'IT! jacket except for models that were designed to accept the SAS-TEC protector. Your Tornado should accept this protector without modifications. May 25, 2012
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A shopper asked: Which one fits the REV'IT Tornado jacket (men's 52)? May 15, 2012
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RevZilla: The Shape B Size Small Forcefield Back Pad Insert Pro would fit into a Size 52 REV'IT! Tornado Jacket. May 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: What shape is recommended for a REV'IT Ignition jacket? Apr 30, 2012
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RevZilla: You will need a type B protector for the REV'IT Ignition jacket. The size will then depend on your jacket size. May 8, 2012
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A shopper asked: I have the Dainese Super Speed C2 Perforated Leather Jacket in size 50. Which forcefield size should I choose for it? Jul 27, 2015
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A shopper asked: What size will fit a medium tourmaster intake 3? Jul 18, 2015
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A S asked: Will this armor work with a river road scout jacket? Jul 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: I've just bought a Rev'it Cayenne Pro jacket (2015) and I'd like to replace the Seesoft back protector with something better (preferably Forcefield). Which Forcefield back protector insert will fit? I do have a size L (I usually wear a size M but in this Rev'it model it was much smaller than expected and I've switched to a size L).
Thanks!
May 25, 2015
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Daniel L asked: Which size matches an Icon Overlord Leather jacket? May 15, 2015
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A shopper asked: Which Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro (CE Level 2) fits the FirstGear Kilimanjaro in men's size small? Thanks much. Apr 24, 2015
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Michel P asked: Which size will fit a small Joe rocket classic 92 jacket? Jul 20, 2014
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Brittney S asked: Hey all... I just bought a scorpion eddy jacket and need to upgrade the back pad. Adam with revzilla recommended I get this forcefield in size 001, but the 003 looks more like the foam pad in the jacket and the measurements seem to match up...does anybody have any experience with that jacket and suggestions on what pad to buy and what size? I really don't want to ride with the foam pad Jun 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Which side of the insert should face your back when you put it in the jacket? Oct 22, 2013
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Srikanth V: The side with light yellow color should face your back. Oct 23, 2013
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Micah N: Logo side out (away from back) Oct 23, 2013
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A s: Either side will be fine it’s the same…. Oct 22, 2013
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Elias H: Smooth side out Oct 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hey Guys,
Quick question which back protector do you recommend to fit in an Arlen Ness plasma leather jacket size 50 ?
Thanks
Adrian
Oct 2, 2013
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Andrew P: Do you have the jacket currently? If so get the size measurements of the back protector pocket, as thats the only real way to know. Oct 3, 2013
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steve s: Forgot which one I ordered. However I cut some of the sewing on the inside liner to fit my forcefield into a Dianese jacket. Oct 2, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
001 617869 FBPI-2-S-B In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
002 617871 FBPI-2-M-B Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
003 617868 FBPI-2-S-A In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
005 942138 FF-1013-005 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours