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Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese Jackets

  • Level 2 Performance
  • Soft and Flexible
  • Comfortable non restrictive
  • Breathable
  • Lightweight
  • Hi Tech Design
  • Shapes are specifically cut to fit Dainese Jackets.

Please see below chart for protector measurements: 

Size Measurements
Small (G1) 15" Height
9.5" Widest Point
Medium (G2) 17" Height
9.75" Widest Point

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Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese 4.6 5 59 59
Good product at a decent price You're getting CE level II armor for a pretty good price compared to some other manufacturers. I have worn it for a few weeks now in my dainese leather and have no complaints. I've read that some find it on the heavy side but I disagree. It's very flexible and not so heavy that it will move around on you. Honestly, I tend to forget I'm even wearing it while riding. It's slim enough that it's not all that visible either. Hopefully I'll never have to attest for it's durability but it seems like it would do it's job. It was recommended by the guys from revzilla and I have no complaints July 21, 2014
Comfortable in my Dainese jacket. Hard to judge the protection since I haven't fallen in it (knock on wood). It's flexible and comfortable when I'm wearing it in the jacket. Air flow's OK. But I'm wearing a leather jacket in 80 degree weather. I'm going to get sweaty. July 21, 2014
Just what you'd expect This replacement back armor is exactly what you'd expect from Dainese. Fits perfectly in my wife's Dainese Air Flux coat, has some air flow (as much as can be expected from back armor), and is a great increase in protection. Hasn't been tested yet, but it makes the mostly mesh jacket more protective. July 21, 2014
Much more comfortable than the Dainese protector When I bought my Dainese Alien jacket, I forgot to upsize (per instructions) for the back protector. As a result, when I put in the Dainese Shield Air G Level 2 Back Protector (which is quite large and semi-rigid), the jacket became almost uncomfortably tight. This protector is much more flexible and a little thinner. As a result, the jacket fits like it should and I still get level 2 protection. July 14, 2014
Comfortable, fits well into Dainese jackets I can't speak for it's actual impact resistance or durability, but forcefield armor was highly recommended to me even before I saw it on revzilla. It is a fair bit heavier than the Wave G2 I have in my other jacket, but feels like it conforms better to the body. Also, it fit with no problems into both my jackets (Nevada perf and D Stormer). Air flow feels about the same, too. June 29, 2014
This may not be a complete review... ...until I crash. Pending that event, here's what I know. It plays well with my Dainese Alien jacket like it should. It goes unnoticed when I am underway on the bike. I can't ask any more from it other than to help attenuate impact forces, but I haven't tried that... yet. One bit of funniness: it smells like atrazine. June 23, 2014
Great item I hesitated to order because of the reviews saying it was heavy and bulky, I don't agree with those reviews, it's a little heavier then the foam that came with my Joe rocket jacket but not by much not much at all, it is a little stiff, but but seems that it would provide good protection, it's not as bulky as I thought judging by other reviews. Honestly for the amount of extra protection it provides its definitely beyond worth it! I also ordered the klim Viper pro (both ce 2) for my icon jacket, the Forcefield is a bit stiffer but also seems like it's a better made more durable product, if I had to do over I'd put Forcefield in both jackets hands down, I feel better protected by the the Forcefield. Definitely recommend June 11, 2014
better than dainese g1 or g2 protector ive recently purchased the forcefield back insert 007 to put into the back protector pocket of my stripes evo for some additional protection. i recommend the forcefield protector over the dainese g1 and g2, as the forcefield back insert is lower profile, has better air flow, shape adjusts to your body (your body heat allows the armor to change shape for optimal comfort), and unlike the g1 and g2 it is not "one time use" only. regarding sizing: my dainese stripes evo jacket is a size 48 and i got the medium (g2) sized forcefield back insert (007). when you put it in the pocket you put it in with the narrow side of the insert pointing up. June 9, 2014
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Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Houck c/o M: Based on positive reviews. Jul 29, 2014
Jarick G: Recommended to me by John Krause, first time rider needed back protector that will last and is comfortable Jul 3, 2014
Berkil A: Multiple crash CE Level 2 air flowing back protector. Jun 28, 2014
William N: This back protector was suggested when I was looking at the Dianese Air-Flux mens jacket. As the jacket does not come with one I looked into which protector to get. All positive signs pointed to this particular protector. Jun 27, 2014
JONATHAN N: needed a back insert for my Dainese Racing Leather jacket...more comfortable than Dainese back insert, larger area coverage, and great quality. Jun 8, 2014
David S: I was originally considering the Dainese Manis back protector but bought this one because I wanted to avoid a hump-backed look. This one is OK, but it's a little loose in the pocket of my Dainese Racing jacket. Consequently, it slips to the bottom of the pocket. This is OK when I'm moving, but at a stop when I sit up it bumps into the rear of the waistband of my Dainese pants. Not a huge deal, but a little bothersome. May 29, 2014
Lara H: I ordered the Dainese Wave G1 back protector for my Dainese Women's Air-Flux jacket, but when I put it in and tried it on, the top of the back protector sticks out so much that it made me look like a hunchback, especially in riding position. This one looks thinner, and Forcefield is a great brand. Hopefully it will look better and perform the same. May 28, 2014
James R: I am hoping it is more comfortable than the Dainese Insert while giving more protection. May 17, 2014
Nathan W: I liked that this product is thinner and more flexible (esp. when cold) than other choices, yet offers serious protection. May 9, 2014
Ricardo C: safety, ventilation, quality May 4, 2014
Joseph P: Only flexible option in-stock for immediate ship. May 2, 2014
jeremy m: Good reviews and reasonable price. Apr 28, 2014
F S: I love all my Forcefield armor (Pro pants & Pro back protector for another brand of jacket) and now that I've ordered a Dainese jacket, of course I'm going to put a Forcefield pad in it. Luckily I've never had to put their armor to the test, but the fact that if I ever do, I can keep using it, makes these pads worth every penny. Apr 16, 2014
Christopher K: Looking for a back protector for my Dainese Shotgun jacket. Based on reviews, this was a more comfortable option than the wave g2 and better performing. Mar 10, 2014
C U: the dainese one is too stiff and makes you have a hunchback..whats the point of buying a slick dainese jacket and then look like a turtle? Feb 22, 2014
James W: Extra safety. Jan 25, 2014
Chris L: its reusable vs the single use dainese wave G Dec 26, 2013
Mauricio C: Cause i need it Dec 17, 2013
Hugo G: The Dainese back protector didn't fit my Dainese jacket so I ordered this instead. Turns out the Forcefield back protector is actually reusable after impact, whereas the Dainese one needs to be replaced after impact. I don't plan on crashing obviously, but it's nice to know this one is engineered better. Nov 6, 2013
J U: Forcefield is a leader in armor protection Oct 23, 2013
Fernando L: I can't say much about this product except that it's a bit heavy on my jacket, but it seems to provide good protection. I'm used to it now and I feel naked without it. Oct 16, 2013
Manuel S: I was really concerned about the level of protection along with comfort, which includes the back protector's ability to breathe and flexibility. The Forcefield seemed to be the right fit for all these categories. Being CE level 2 without being rigid is a huge plus. Sep 6, 2013
Jessica N: Used it for my Dainese Ducati jacket, works well and don't even notice it with my jacket on. Aug 15, 2013
Gabriel R asked: Is the narrow side supposed to be facing up or down? Seems to fit both ways in a Dainese Laguna Evo jacket...
thanks!
Jul 15, 2014
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Alfredo R: They fit both ways I have mine in I reverse of the picture so the shoulder armor doesn't rub while I ride. Jul 16, 2014
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Bradley P: Wide side up to protect your shoulder blades is how I wear it. Cheers and ride safe. Jul 15, 2014
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ALAN L: I have the 007 and it's narrow side down with the logo up Jul 15, 2014
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Jonathan R: Down, widest point towards your shoulders. Jul 15, 2014
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ALAN L: Narrow side down
Jul 15, 2014
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Gabriel R: I saw a posting by another reviewer that is narrow side up. Now I am really confused Jul 15, 2014
Devon S asked: Just to double check, will the Medium fit in the Dainese Santa Monica Perforated jacket in size 54? Jun 19, 2014
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thomas s: I don't have the Santa Monica but I do have a Dainese perforated jacket in size 54 and it fits great. Plenty of room to allow air to enter if used unzipped on hot days. Hope this helps. Jun 19, 2014
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D. Archibald S: Yes, I have Two Dainese jackets, one size 54 and one size 52. this BackPad fits in both of them, perfectly. Jun 19, 2014
D. Archibald S: I have two Dainese jackets, one size 54 and one 52, this BackPad fits both, perfectly. Jun 19, 2014
A shopper asked: Would the small pad fit into a Dainese women's jacket? Aug 6, 2011
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Bandit: I have the small pad in my size 38 (US) Laguna Seca and there is still both vertical and horizontal room in the pad pocket so I cannot imagine the pad not fitting in a women's jacket
Even though there is the extra room in the pad pocket my spine is well covered when I ride
Aug 7, 2011
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DragonBusta: Sizes:
Small (10"W x 15.5"L) - fits Women's jackets
Medium (10"W x 17.5"L) - fits Men's jackets

I would assume so, the info above was found on their product page under "product details"
Feb 21, 2012
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Wesama: If the jacket is size 52 or lower Sep 5, 2011
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A shopper asked: Will the Medium fit into a size 52 Alien Jacket? Aug 18, 2011
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DragonBusta: Sizes:
Small (10"W x 15.5"L) - fits Women's jackets
Medium (10"W x 17.5"L) - fits Men's jackets

On their Forcefield Backpad product page, located in "product details"
Feb 21, 2012
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Chris K: A medium should fit in a 52, but any smaller and I would get the Small size. Sep 19, 2011
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Wesama: No Sep 17, 2011
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A shopper asked: Will this fit the Dainese R-Twin? The specified Dainese armor for the R-Twin is the Wave G, but it is only Level 1 armor and I want Level 2. I have a Dainese Shield Air G Level 2 Back Protector that came with the Portland 2 jacket, but it does not fit the R-Twin. If this doesn't fit, do you know a better Level 2 option for the R-Twin? Thanks! Dec 11, 2013
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Tom L: This fits best in a Wave G pocket of a Dainese jacket. However all Dainese that I know of have 2 pockets to fit both the Wave and Shield Air protectors. They are layered on top of each other within the same zipper pocket. Your R-Twin should also. Jan 14, 2014
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Micah H: I have forcefield armor in my Dainese jacket. No issues. The slight flexibility it's worth it over the factory armor. Dec 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi!
I'd like to know if this is the 008 version/shape that is shown on the vendor's website?
Thanks
May 24, 2012
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Brian H: I just ordered the medium and had to exchange it for the small. The Medium is model 007 and the small is 008. Jul 23, 2012
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RevZilla: If you select each size in the drop down, the corresponding protector will appear in the window. May 25, 2012
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A shopper asked: I've recently purchased a Dainese SuperSpeed Tex in a size Euro 54. I'm pretty sure it will be the Med size protector I need (Male, 43" chest, 185lb) but for clarification is the Med size the 007 or 008? Looking at pictures of both here on the website the 007 appears to me at least to look smaller dimensions wise in the image compared to the 008? Jul 21, 2014
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ROBERT S: I have the 008, and its dimensions are: 15" tall (top to bottom) x 9.75" wide (at the widest part near the top. I have no idea if that's the "medium" or not. Jul 23, 2014
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A S: Hi, yep - the 007 is the medium and fits in the SuperSpeed Tex ok. Bit confused after reading here that some folk are inserting them 'upside down' though? I've got mine in the outermost (closest to the outside of the jacket) pocket which seems to be the larger of the two pockets but it feels kinda loose in there, although it is fine once the jacket is on. The other pocket is smaller (the one closest to your back) and the only way I can fit mine in there is to slip it in upside down. What's the best one to use? I would think the shape of the Forcefield is designed so the wide part must be at the top to mimic the shape of your shoulders? Putting it in upside down seems very strange to me? Jul 24, 2014
A shopper asked: I just received a dainese aspide textile jacket in size US44/ Euro54 from Revzilla. Do I need the small G1 size or the large G2 size? I've checked the back protector pocket on my jacket, the shape looks like it is the shape of forcefield 008 model (small). The picture shows that the shape of medium is a little bit off. Will the medium fit in my Dainese aspide textile jacket? Revzilla, do you have that jacket in hand so you can check that for me? Thanks in advance. May 22, 2014
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Kevin Y: Probably the g2 (medium). I got a new Delmar size 40/50 and i find the medium back protector a little smaller then the actual pocket. May 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will this fit the Dainese Tintop Pelle? Apr 16, 2014
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Eric D: I'm not sure about Tintop but i use this in both my Alien and Air 3 so it is compatable with their product set Apr 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: What size back pad insert for Dainese Air Flux Jacket Size: 50? May 7, 2013
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Tom L: The Air-Flux has pockets for both G1 and G2. Typically the G2's are meant for male riders and G1 for female.

For future reference, the armor pockets available are listed on the product page.
May 31, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a Dainese Alien in size 48. Do I need the small G1 size or the large G2 size. Website says large G2 for all men's jackets, but I see recommendations in this Q&A that indicate I might be better off with a small G1. May 1, 2013
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RevZilla: You're going to want to go with the size MD/G2 Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese for a size 48EU jacket. May 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: Medium or small in a Dainese Greyhound sz 50 ? Nov 3, 2012
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Rob911: My dianese avro is a 52 and I have medium. It's pretty much as big as I'd like it to be. For your size I'd honestly go with a small Apr 8, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm interested in a back protector insert for the New Delmar jacket from dainese in a size 54... it says it fits the wave G style protector. Any other aftermarket ones that would fit in that jacket? Sep 29, 2012
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RevZilla: The Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese in size Medium will work in the New Delmar Jacket. You also have the option of using the Dainese Shield Air G Level 2 Back Protector (G2) or the Dainese Wave G Back Protector (G2). Oct 1, 2012
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A shopper asked: How does this product stand out compared to the Roland Sands' CE Back Armor? Besides its slightly larger dimensions and Dainese-specific cut, both armors appear to use the same Nitrex Evo technology. Sep 13, 2012
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RevZilla: You are correct, as they are both made by Forcefield using the same technology, the only difference between between the Roland Sands CE Back Armor and the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese is their respective shapes. They are designed to fit according to the the specific dimensions of each manufacturers' jackets, but their impact absorption capabilities are the same. Sep 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: The Dianese Cage Leather Jacket says it has a pocket for Wave G1 and G2 back protector. Will the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro fit the same? Which would you suggest for hot Florida weather and best protection? Sep 12, 2012
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RevZilla: There are several back protection options that are compatible with the Dainese Cage Leather Jacket.

Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese

Dainese Wave G Back Protecto

Dainese Shield Air G Level 2 Back Protecto

If you are looking for the back protector that will offer the most protection and flow the most air the Shield Air G Level 2 is going to be your best option. While the Forcefield BackPad will offer the same level of protection it will not flow air as well. Finally, the Wave G is only CE Level 1 certified when compared to the other two options which are both CE Level 2 certified.
Sep 12, 2012
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A shopper asked: I have a large Icon Motorhead Jacket.
Which of these back protectors (if any) will fit in my jacket without modification?
Aug 24, 2012
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Jonathan T: Nice, heavy jacket. I have one in my closet and love it for basic street cruising. The model on this page is for Dainese jackets but if you click on the generic Forcefield Insert Pro then it's size B small. Usually I pair this jacket with a strap on back protector since I think the jacket's back protector pocket is a little on the small side pairing it with a Forcefield insert is certainly a good choice if you prefer an insert. Anyway, my two cents. Aug 25, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will this armor fit in my Shift Avenger jacket? Oct 17, 2011
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VinnieT: Hey man, you may be trying to get the wrong question answered here. What you should be asking is... Will this operate the way the manufacturer intended it to? A lot of time and money goes into figuring out how this stuff is suppose to operate correctly. Messing with that is usually not a good thing. Oct 19, 2011
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A S asked: What size would I need for a new Laguna evo jacket size 48-50? Jul 1, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Small (G1) 617873 FBPI-2-S-C Out of Stock
Medium (G2) 617874 FBPI-2-M-C In Stock: Ships within 24 hours