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Forcefield Extreme Harness Adventure

The Extreme Harness Adventure offers complete protection for the chest, shoulders and arms (full upper body) and can be used for multiple sports including on and off road motorcycling, snowsports and extreme sports. Constructed using Nitrex® a unique high-tech shock absorbing material the Adventure offers the ultimate in upper body protection. Designed to be both safe and comfortable the Adventure is an "Open" system and uses no fabric or mesh and no hard buckles, fasteners or studs and is fully adjustable for a truly tailored fit.

Features:

  • RPT (Repeat Performance Technology)
  • Soft, flexible, comfortable and non restrictive.
  • High Tech Nitrex® construction
  • Fully Adjustable
  • All adjusters have secondary security straps
  • Breathable and lightweight
  • Moulds to body shape
  • Multi sport product
  • EN1621-2:2003 (Level 2) Back Protection
  • EN1621-2:2003 (Level 1) Chest Protection
  • EN1621-1:1997 Shoulder & Elbow Protection
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Forcefield Extreme Harness Adventure 4.2 5 9 9
Nice in the summer, but takes a minute to put on. A jacket is too hot in the summer and this is great for air flow, but gets repetitive to put on take off, ect... especially when you're only going for a short ride. The overall fit is a little weird to get used to. the arm and elbow pads don''t really feel that secure, although I don't think they would fall off it just feels like wearing skateboarding pads, they always ride up weird in the joints. August 11, 2014
Great Protection This Protection harness is an amazing product that its not the best for everyday use because it may take up to 2 min to put in place vs putting on a jacket with all the gear in 10 sec... You will get hot in case that you wear an external layer and sweat. the velcros look tough but been using them over a month and in some parts not velcro designed like the external limits now look like "Velcro" and dont know if they will fail eventually... Overall its a great product, that im sure in case of a fall will protect you more than anything i´ve ever wear... (race suits, leather suits, diferent vest protections mesh jackets and so on. July 7, 2014
Forcefield Harness Suit Great suit for the money. Nice to have added chest and back protection. Quality engineering when compared to the plastic pieces that other manufactures uses. Suit is a bit time consuming to initially set up. Shoulder and Elbow protection is also laborus to put on.Overall construction is top notch. Velcro can be a bit higher quality though I mainly purchased this Harness suit so that I am not limited to the type of Summer Mesh jackets that I can buy as many come with flimsy foam padding that pass for armor. Overall, a high quality engineered product with the ability to with stand multiple impacts in the event of an off to lessen the severity of injury. April 13, 2014
Superb quality and protection / Awful ergonomics I really like Forcefield products. They do excellent job in protecting your body and I love the fact that all the panels are flexible. that being said, when I tried to put on Forcefield Extreme Harness Adventure for the first time I hated it with all my hart. The chest and back panels are a breeze to put on; however, when it comes to the arm protection it is almost a 2-man job to get them on. I was using my kitchen table and walls to press the armor against in order to get everything strapped in and I was sweating like a farmer. So back in the box it goes and I am returning it. I will try that new Alpinestars low profile jacket next so look out for the review. November 21, 2013
Comfortable fit with excellent protection and versatility. I'm 5'7" 150 lbs with a 39-40 chest purchased "Small" and it fits perfect. My experience with the Forcefield Extreme Harness Adventure is, it has a pretty comfortable fit with excellent protection but the time/adjustments required to place everything over yourself is not practical for daily use. If you are still interested in the Forcefield chest/back protectors look into the Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite it has the same CE1 chest/CE2 back without the hassle and combine it with a mid price jacket that has CE1 shoulder/elbow inserts for top protection. May 6, 2013
After 2000+ miles and a crash I recommend this item I did a lot of research prior to buying upper body armor, and I felt Forcefield offered the best protection. I sport-tour and do track days wearing the Forcefield EHA. Positives: - High quality construction and materials. Really impressed by the level of craftsmanship. - Great protection. I low-side on the track going about 60mph. I slid on the tarmac for about 15ft and then hit the rumble strip and rolled into the grass. My leather jacket had rashes on the side I hit, but I had absolutely no bruises or soreness in my upper body. Just lucky or did Forcefield protect me? Probably a combination of both. - I like that this armor is separate from my leather jacket and tight against my body. THIS IS KEY. That prevents the armor from moving inside the jacket during a crash. - Great impact absorption technology. As Anthony explains in the Forcefield videos, the impact absorption is much greater than the minimum requirements by the safety rating agency. - Comfortable. Once you get it to fit right underneath your jacket you'll be comfortable all day. Negatives: (While I call these "negatives", I really just consider them necessary evils for the high level of protection you get). - Reduces airflow somewhat, but not entirely. No way to really get around this, but I have learned to live with it in the summer. Might actually be a good thing in cold weather!! - Requires extra time to suit up for riding. It's not as convenient as having the armor built into your riding jacket. But as I said above, because it's separate from the jacket I think it will stay in place better in the event of a crash. - Fairly bulky, but not too bad. If your current jacket is already skin tight without body armor, you will be hard pressed to fit this underneath. You'll need to go up a size in jacket to wear this underneath. - I'm a tall skinny guy at 6'3" 175lbs. I bought a large size. I found the straps to be too big for my lean body. I couldn't get the chest protector as tight as I would like across my chest. So I took the gear to a good tailor and had the straps shortened up in the arms, chest protector straps, and back protector strap that goes across your belly. Now the arms are shortened up and fit better. And the chest and back protector fit tighter as well. Couple of other notes: - For all day comfort, you'll want to wear a long sleeve shirt of some kind underneath this. An UnderArmor type product works well. (I use Cycle Gear's Heat Out shirt.) Other wise the arm straps are going to chaff your arms. - You'll need to remove the back/shoulder/elbow pads from your riding jacket/race suit. So make sure they are removable before your buy this. All in all I am a firm believer that Forcefield has made a BEST IN CLASS product here that will really give you some good protection when you are out flogging your bike!! June 30, 2012
Great Choice for Upper Body Protection I spent quite awhile looking at different upper body armor. The Forcefield gear looked good but the price point seemed high. I kept looking and trying on other types at my local motorcycle shop. The Mesh shirt type seemed like a hassle to put on and I worried if it would stay in place during a get-off. Then there was the individual plastic pad type. By the time I bought all the parts to complete a full upper body set it was just about the same costs as the Forcefield. So I made the decision to try the Forcefield EHA. I figured if I didn't like it I could send it back. The harness came 3 days after ordering and when I first tried it on I wasn't sure if I liked it or not. I continued to wear it, and as the armor began to "break-in" it felt better and better with every ride. I will say if you want a piece of armor that has great ventilation look elsewhere. This gear is warm and on a hot day you will sweat under the vest. If you have a european fitting jacket you may have some trouble fitting the jacket over the armor. My Firstgear TPG Rainier fits but not so well with an insulating layer on top of the armor. This gear is very flexible and it stays in place. It takes only a minute or so to put on and it moves with you when your on the bike. After a few days of wearing it, and getting used to the armor I feel unsafe if I don't have it on when riding. Kind'a like driving without a seat belt or not wearing your helmet. This body protection makes it easy to WATGATT. (wear all the gear all the time). After riding with it for a month it's barely noticeable now when I have it on. As far as the price point,,, This gear is worth every penny. I'm completely satisfied. May 26, 2012
Forcefield Extreme I think I like this Harness. I was a little unsure of the fit at first. The suit needs a fair amount of adjustment. The thing about this suit it feels better on the bike then off. I already crash tested the right shoulder in a so so crash. It worked! I think the best crash test is one that you are wearing amour that is comfortable in. I have a 45" chest and a 33" waist and I think I am between a medium and large. I wear a XL in shirts. I bought a medium and the shoulder Velcro is about out of adjustment. The waist is okay. I don't care how much armor costs as long as it is comfortable. I did wear my Leatt brace with it. I took the shoulder padding off the Leatt and it works perfect. The FF has about .75 inches in padding in the strap overlay. I will also wear the chest and back under a Dual sport coat. January 31, 2011
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jaime G: I needed more protection for everyday comuting to the office. People at mexico city has no Motorcycle care nor awarenes.. Jul 23, 2014
Russell B: I don't trust the protection in my jackets to stay in place in a get-off, so I wanted something that would be better protection AND held in place better. Jan 22, 2014
Johnnie B: I frequently use this safety equipment, especially the torso portion. I use the torso portion under my riding jacket for those colder days, especially on long, cooler or cold, highway trips. It has served me well during thousands of miles of riding. Very pleased with this product. Nov 4, 2013
John Z: nice and light for arizona summer weather Aug 10, 2013
A shopper asked: Can the sleeves on the Harness Adventure be removed to make it the same product as the Harness Elite? I see it is $100 more and wanted to know if it is basically the same vest but also includes the shoulder & arm protection. I want to know if I can use the Adventure without the sleeves. May 10, 2012
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Jeffrey S: Absolutely.
You can wear it as a Chest/Back protector only if you want. Just undo the velcro straps of the shoulder pads and it's converted to a vest only configuration.

I wear mine 90% of the time it really is very comfortable armor on the bike. Warm on hot days though.

Just a word of advice, it does "Fill" up the jacket fit quite a bit. That is,, If you own or wear a "European" cut type of jacket the Forcefield gear may make the jackets sizing too small. My Firstgear Teton XL is almost too small when wearing the Forcefield armor. Especially in the sleeves when wearing the elbow/arm protection.

I have taken a couple of slow speed falls in rocky, mountain, riding, and I came up without a bruise. This stuff works as advertised.

I think for the $350 I invested,, it was well worth every penny. I think it's a better value than the "Elite" as you get the shoulder and elbow pads also. I don't use the armor that came in my Latitude since I have the Forcefield gear now.

WJR
Aug 20, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the shoulders and arms are the only difference between the Extreme Harness Aventure and Flite. If you purchase the Adventure version, the arms are removable to convert it into a Flite version. May 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm looking at using this under my jacket as a replacement for my jacket's internal armor. My jacket has zip off sleeves; in conjunction with protection kit like this it would make a great summer combo if I didn't have to worry about the shoulder and elbow padding tearing away due to abrasion. How will this kit hold up without having something like cordura or leather over top of it? Jul 1, 2011
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Ridimark: The nitrex armor Forcefield uses in their back protector should survive the abrasion of going down at least once without some kind of leather or armor-tex mesh over it. I sometimes ride in hot weather with the Forcefield Adventure harness on, without a mesh jacket over it. Looks cool, stays cool, and I'm confident it will not only stand up to road rash, but I am also confident the shoulders and elbows will stay in place. Best option for you is to invest in a mesh summer weather jacket, since they perform better than a cordura jacket (even a cordura jacket that has a million zipper vents). Jul 11, 2011
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C.: The Forcefield Extreme Harness and other Forcefield crash protectors are very high quality but are for impact protection only. They do not provide any significant abrasion resistance. When super hot, I wear a Draggin Jeans Kevlar pullover shirt over my Forcefield harness. The Kevlar provides the abrasion resistance and has a mesh weave for maximum airflow. Otherwise I wear my Foecefield under my Rev'It jackets with all the armor removed. Forcefield and Rev'It are both top quality brands. Sep 18, 2011
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Chris K: This jacket does not have any abrasion resistant elements and is meant for use under a non-armored shell or jacket. Jul 1, 2011
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A shopper asked: Basically I'm new at riding bikes, I just got a Suzuki dr200 for my first 'car' I guess you could say, and I'm not going to cut any corners when it comes to safety. Ill be using by bike for transportation to work and just for solo transportation in general, and wanted to know if I just wore this on my way to work or anywhere, would it be able to fit in a backpack I could take with me? I sure as ____ wouldn't leave it in any tail pack or top case... If not what are other chest/back protectors that would be good for daily commuter use, I just don't want to buy a jacket, I have jackets, I need the protection. Thanks a lot. Jun 9, 2011
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C.: Yes it will fit into a backpack if you have the spare room - it collapses but still has some bulk. Keep in mind it is for impact protection only, the Forcefield Extreme Harness does not provide any abrasion resistance. A motorcycle specific jacket overtop of the Forcefield is the best choice if overall safety is your goal. Sep 18, 2011
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tgoods: In my opinion it will not fit into a backpack very well. I have the large size. While the armor is flexible, it is not flexible enough to fold up into a backpack.

You absolutely need to wear a good leather jacket over this armor. It's not meant to be worn by itself for abrasion protection.
Jun 30, 2012
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Stevan P: Depending on the size of your backpack it may fit, however, we would suggest the Forcefield Action Shirt as it is capable of being more compact. I've linked the product for you below. Jun 10, 2011
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Laurie B asked: Is the Forcefield Extreme Harness Adventure compatible with a neck brace like a Leatt GPX 5.5? or another neck brace? thanks Sep 23, 2014
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Kaiser C: Hi Laurie. Sorry it took soo long to respond. Its been a whirlwind around here.
But always happy to help out a fellow rider though.

I dont think I ever seen a street rider wear a neck brace though. I'm assuming you are gonna be using it for dirt?

The harness itself is pretty well built. Its does what it was designed for. That is to absorb and displace blunt force energy to minimize the amount of trauma transmitted to the body.

But for me, I cant image there to be enough room to have the brace and harness as the Harness itself covers alot of the vital organs and the lower 2/3 of the sternum. I would imagne the harness might interfer a bit.

Hope this helps though. But soo far, I love theis harness. I fee its the only one out there with anysort of actual design, testing and data to back up their claim. I wear the harness under my textile jacket, on every ride and have loaned out the shoulder and elbows to friends that do track days.
Sep 30, 2014
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Dimitry L: Sorry, I cannot answer that, I use mine for street riding, the shoulder strap portion is really thick, I assume if the neck brace have to rest somewhat on your shoulders then you would have a problem. Sep 24, 2014
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Laurie B: Thanks Dimitry L.! Yeah, I think a thick shoulder strap would interfere with the neck brace too. Sep 30, 2014
A shopper asked: What level of rib and collarbone protection does the adventure harness provide? Jan 29, 2014
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Jeffrey S: I am going to say Minimal to none on the collarbone but some on the ribs.
In my opinion, it is made to protect Chest, Back, Shoulders, Elbows, and Forearms.
I do feel well protected when wearing this armor.
Jan 30, 2014
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Dimitry L: Not much collarbone but ribs are completely protected. I've had plenty of torso protection and this one feels like its the best Jan 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do the arm and shoulder guards disconnect from the chest and back protector? May 14, 2011
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C.: Yes everything can be disconnected and could be used individually if wanted. Sep 18, 2011
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Chris K: Yes, and by doing so it becomes identical to the Extreme Harness Flite. May 16, 2011
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A shopper asked: as asked above ? or will it come with Kevlar version in the future ? Jan 29, 2013
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RevZilla: The Forcefield Extreme Harness Adventure does not have a removable back protector. It is integrated permanently into the harness. The back protector that is included with the harness is CE Level 2 rated. The Forcefield Back Protector Pro Kevlar L2 is also CE Level 2. The protection each back protector will provide is virtually the same. At this time we do not have any indication from Forcefield that an updated version of the Forcefield Extreme Harness Adventure would be released using Kevlar in its back protector. Jan 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: I understand the arm protection detaches from the back/chest protector so it becomes like the Extreme Harness Flite. However does the elbow protection separate from the shoulder protection once more? Am I able to use just the elbow protection by itself without it being attached to the shoulder protection? Jul 10, 2012
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RevZilla: The Forcefield Extreme Harness Adventure elbow and shoulder protection portions can be removed and adjusted individually to your liking. Jul 11, 2012
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A shopper asked: Just curious if any ladies have tried this harness and if it can comfortably fit a woman's proportions. If it does not, is there an equivalent product that is women's specific? Thanks! Sep 26, 2011
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AliB: This harness was not designed for women and the chest protector plate is fairly flat in front. There are a few ladies specific chest protects that can be used with a back protector to provide a similar level of protection. Dainese makes two called the Dainese Thorax Ladies Chest Protector and the Dainese Women's Thorax Pro Chest Protector and Icon offers the Icon Women's Stryker Vest. Oct 20, 2011
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