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Forcefield Net Flat Replacement Elbow / Knee Armor

The premium NeT Upgrade Armor is a highly flexible and breathable protector certified to the very latest CE testing standards PREN1621-1 (Level 2). Using a unique formulation allows the NeT armor to be both low profile (max thickness 9mm) and flexible for optimum comfort while still having RPT (Repeat Performance Technology) which allows the armor to withstand multiple impacts without a loss of performance or structural integrity for long term protection.


  • Soft and comfortable
  • Flat Form equals no pre-forming
  • Length 284mm 
  • Width 151mm
  • Sold as a pair
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Forcefield Net Flat Replacement Elbow/Knee Armor 4.7 5 13 13
As advertised Plush, protective, as advertised. Will have to be cut/trimmed perhaps to fit your jacket. HEAVY, but that comes with the protection September 21, 2015
Spot on I just got these in the mail with the shoulder armor, and they fit spot on with no trimming. I have a Grayson jacket by Fox Creek Leather and all the armor pieces fit. My jacket is SM. September 12, 2015
Heavy but protective This would not fit in my wife's medium jacket but did fit well in my icon overlord jacket. It's thicker and heavier than I thought but I feel it will do a better job than D3O armor. August 31, 2015
Comfortable, quality upgrade While I hope to never put these to the real test, I am impressed with the Forcefield shoulder, elbow and back protectors I recently bought. They fit perfectly into my Fox Creek Leather Vented Racing jacket, adding an extra level of protection without the uncomfortable stiffness of other protection options. Highly recommended. August 3, 2015
Fit great in Klim Traverse Jacket I hate d3o armor that comes in Klim jackets. So I went with a Traverse jacket and bought this armor with it. They are a direct fit for the elbow armor pockets. They are quite a bit larger and thinner. Much softer in all temps as well. Highly recommended for all d3o upgrades. July 12, 2015
Haven't crashed with it, but it fits well I have these in a pair of Scorpion Covert Jeans. The flat profile of them makes them brush up against my kneecap less than the manufacturer-recommended SAS-TEC pads when walking, but they are heavier and smellier. They curve around my knees just fine when I'm seated. May 26, 2015
Armor... you know. haven't needed it in a crash, and I went out on a limb ordering this, along with the CE2 shoulder and spine protection for my River Road Mesa jacket. These fit pretty well in the sewn mesh liner pockets, and will most likely do well to protect me in a crash. I haven't needed them, and hopefully won't. No strange odor, or trimming necessary to make them fit in my jacket. I like that they're cut to contour to the particular joint, and lay flat in the jacket, so you don't have pokey elbows like otherhard armor. If i had to point out a downside, they're heavier than the stock foam pads that were included. With both elbows, shoulders and spine protectors installed in the jacket, it added probably 6-8 lbs to the jacket. Can't really feel it while wearing the jacket, and even if it did, I'd consider it worth it. May 11, 2015
Good coverage Armor has good flexibility to fit into knee pockets of Klim Dakar pants and fit them well. With a little bit of body warmth to loosen them up they became barely noticeable although I still think all in one armor under garments will still offer more protection at the cost of not being quite as comfortable. Feel adequately protected with this armor and the toughness of the Dakar pant. Liked how they conform around the knee when in a seated position. High quality protective gear is worth every penny. Those that ride only with a helmet ,maybe gloves can only be foolish. Ride smart! May 4, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Mark H: Very good armor. Jun 16, 2015
Neal P: To replace older, less effective armor. Jun 14, 2015
Jordon W: the knee armor that came with the Kevlar Jeans i purcahsed was very bulky and uncomfortable, this offers more protection, more comfort, and isn't noticeable at all when off the bike. May 4, 2015
Bryan N: Quality protection to add to a pair of klim pants. Apr 28, 2015
Yoshio K: Small form factor, multiple use, Level 2 protection Mar 28, 2015
Steven L: I have been a Forcefield fan for quite some time now. Comfortable, solid and protective upgrades only increase safety in event of unwanted occurrence and simply put, make sense. Feb 20, 2015
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
A S asked: : I am interested in buying this item for my Harley Davidson Men’s Skull Waterproof Fleece Jacket which has insert pockets. But I am not sure if this will fit, will it? Apr 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: How thick is the armor? Jan 28, 2015
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Frederick G: Its also a lot heavier than I expected. Mar 18, 2015
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Todd B: It is a half inch thick. Jan 28, 2015
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Peter C: roughly 10mm or so Jan 28, 2015
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Michael G asked: The shoulder armor is a little too big for my jacket (Revit Tornado). Anyone have luck trimming the armor to size? Aug 21, 2015
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Steven L: The Forcefield Net armor fit my riding jeans (knees) without trimming. From what I have researched, Forcefield armor can be trimmed; often shoulder upgrade applications require this. Personally, if I use the the armor in a different article of apparel than the riding jeans, I would not hesitate to trim it. However, other Forcefield armor with tape-rim (e.g., back armor), I would not modify since it would defeat the purpose of the non-chafing edge design. Hope this helps. Aug 22, 2015
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Marco V: I had an excellent finish using a razor to cut off the excess and using a bench grinder to "file" off the rough edges and give it a rounded shape. You can barely tell it was not like that to begin with. Done correctly and with common sense, you should have no trouble trimming it. Sep 19, 2015
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A S asked: Will this fit as replacement armor for an Aerostich Roadcrafter Classic suit? If not, is there a version that does from Forcefield? Aug 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: these protections are compatible with REV'IT SAND PANTS?

thanks for the reply
May 19, 2014
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