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Forcefield Blade Back Protector

The Blade is simplicity at its best. An all new 4 layer robust back protection system with very clear objectives. Sleeker low profile design for motocross and off road use. Constructed using the lightweight yet massively shock-absorbing material from the Nitrex Evo stable the Blade is certified to CE Level 2. The Blade features unrivaled flexibility and is non-restrictive due to its anatomically and ergonomically designed 3d mold-ability. Perhaps where this CE Level 2 Back Protector excels most is in the fit- You really cannot tell you have a back protector on- Its that simple!


  • CE Level 2 Certified
  • Very light weight - the lightest CE Level 2 back protector offered by Forcefield
  • Breathable vent channels on the underside, leading to large ventilation ports to take care of the heat
  • As with all Forcefield products, the Blade has repeat performance technology
  • Adjustable waist and shoulder straps
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Keepin' it simple Zup Zilla Nation, In the last 4 months I've done a lot of research about this back protector and thought I would share it with the Nation. Disclaimer. I do not own this back protector. I am a huge fan and own a lot of ForceField products and only use one other brand that will not be named. A good friend let me try this out after I showed interest it the Blade. "Brake It Down" Very light. Much lighter than my L2k or other full size "Hard Candy Shell" protector. ForceField owners and those of you who tried out the inserts and the L2K, you always felt the kevlar stitched edges of the protector pressed against your back before your body heated up the protector & began to soften and mold to your back. This may have cause some discomfort for most and maybe turned you off of the products all together. But the Bade has no stitched edges so there is zero discomfort almost zero restriction of movement. Vent hole are large and have a vent "channel" cut out of then(see pix). Vents better then the L2K. It's pretty thin. If you don't have much room in your suit or jacket and want a CE2 level protector, and most of all you don't want to know its there. I'm think you should really give this one a good look. Peace Out Nation MD November 28, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Andres P: I chose this back protector because it's low profile, can handle repeated blows, and it comes from a reputable brand. I plan to use it on and off the track. Review to follow soon. Jul 24, 2014
John K: Because my 16 year old leathers appear to have *ahem* shrunk a little through the middle, and are very tight with my older tech and thicker articulated back protector. I'm hoping this one will be just enough thinner to give me a little more room. Plus, it's a nice upgrade. May 7, 2014
Troy V asked: What is the thickness of this vs the thickness of the ForceField Sport Lite L1 back protector? Jun 16, 2014
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Devon S: According to Gerard's answer to my question, the Blade is 22.5 mm, I assume the L1 is thinner given it's lower impact rating. Aug 16, 2014
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Devon S asked: Compared to the Pro Sub 4 back protector, how many kN on average are transferred with the Blade? Jun 8, 2014
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Gerard S. D: according to add by forcefield on page 83 6/2014 BIKE magazine
the blade is 22.5 mm thick and transmits 6.43 kn, pro sub4 32 mm thick and transmits 3.38kn.blade thinner and cooler to wear
Jun 11, 2014
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