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Forcefield NeT Flat Replacement Shoulder 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 246mm 
  • Width 151mm
  • Sold as a pair
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Forcefield Net Flat Replacement Shoulder Armor 942039 FF-4007S In Stock: Ships next business day


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Forcefield Net Flat Replacement Shoulder Armor 4.9 5 12 12
Excellent fitment I bougth a set of this and the elbow pads and they really do the job. Fitment was a little strande in the beggining but it was because I coudn't place tha pads in the rigth spot. After figuring this out the pads are really comfortable they get the form of tha bidy and you don't even feel it. Awesome November 14, 2015
Spot on - part deux I purchased the shoulder armor with the elbow armor and both of them fit in my jacket spot on. I didn't have to cut or trim any of the pieces. I also added the back armor and with all the pieces in, my jacket doesn't feel bulky or overly heavy. I have the Grayson jacket by Fox Creek Leather in a size small. September 12, 2015
Best Armor Ever I used this to replace my armor because I'm a quality oriented person and I wanted the best, and I can truthfully say this is the best. I had the Rukka D3O Air armor in my jacket, and Forcefield is: Lighter Less bulky More form fitting Flows more air Has better protection Has a funny, almost toxic, smell that really bothers me though. It should disappear with use, hopefully. September 2, 2015
Thick but strong 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
Great armor for Klim Traverse Jacket I bought a full force field NET flat armor for my Klim traverse jacket. These are much more pliable and thin than the d3o. The armor pockets in the jacket were to small to fit the armor so a small amount of trimming is required. It is easy to do. Highly recommended. July 12, 2015
Big upgrade to the foam pads that came with mine! haven't needed it in a crash, and I went out on a limb ordering this, along with the CE2 elbow 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. Required a bit of folding, persuasion to get them in, but once they're in, they lay well. I haven't needed to test the impact protection, 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 shoulders like other hard 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 though, and even if it did, I'd consider it worth it. May 11, 2015
The best you can do in 'flexible' armor There are a couple of flexible armors(closed cell foam technologies) that do a little better in the impact tests(and you can feel it), but they tend to get stiff in the cold and tend to be thicker in terms of bulk. The NET armor is incredibly flexible no matter the temperature and thin enough to get a little extra room in the fit if you need it. Even though there are (and I have) some competitor armors that rate slightly better, the fit and comfort make the NET armor worth choosing for my daily commute. Because the armor is so thin and flexible, it can change the drape of the garment - good if it was a little tight to start, bad if it was not. March 16, 2015
Comfort and Protection I have these in my Ronin jacket. They are flexible, comfortable, and offer a lot of coverage for protection. I did a lot of research before purchasing these for my jacket. I like the beefy feel of this armor when wearing it in my jacket and, just looking, you can't tell that there's any armor at all. I just wish the Forcefield Net Flat elbow armor had been in stock when I ordered these. Hopefully it becomes available before it gets to warm for riding with winter gear. January 29, 2015
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Forcefield Net Flat Replacement Shoulder Armor
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Yoshio K: Small form factor, multiple use, Level 2 protection Mar 28, 2015
Colin Z: Can be trimmed to fit in my shoulder pockets of my British Motorcycle Gear Montana Jacket, to give a more slim look than the stock Knox that comes in it. Jan 2, 2015
Mitchell B: Put this in an old Armax jacket. Fit ok and seems to be a good replacement. Dec 20, 2014
Paul Y: one of my jackets has knox armor that doesn't sit well in the pockets when I'm in the riding position and makes the shoulders bunch up. looks very odd and feels odd. hopefully this will remedy the problem. May 8, 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
A shopper asked: I am interested in buying this item or my Harley Davidson Men’s Skull Waterproof Fleece Jacket which has insert pockets. Bit I am not sure if this will fit, will it? Apr 28, 2014
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David G: I wouldn't be able to answer that definitively without knowing the size of the pockets, but the form-fitting style appears similar to HD's proprietary armor. Hopefully they wouldn't make their pockets smaller than standard just so you have to buy theirs. If it doesn't fit, Revzilla has an awesome return/exchange policy. Apr 29, 2014
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Juan Carlos V: I just got a hd back protector, and this protector was made by forcefield for hd.
I think they could fit a hd jacket
Jul 31, 2014
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mike b asked: Can this armor be cut or trimmed down to fit in the jacket pockets? Nov 19, 2015
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Bruce M: Mike - I didn't need to trim these, I have trimmed other upgraded armor. No reason these cant be trimmed, it's hard rubber. It would leave rough edges which would get hung up sliding in and out of the pockets. Other than that I don't see any issues. Nov 20, 2015
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Daniel V: It is a rubber like material, so it could probably be trimmed, but you shouldn't need to. A tight fit in the pockets will help it stay in place when you really need it. Nov 19, 2015
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Alec L: Yes it's easy Nov 19, 2015
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Justin R asked: Going into a 1pc Dainese Laguna Seca Suit, what would likely be the better option for added shoulder protection? This item, or the same item that is preformed? I guess this one but am curious what ZLA/Others might say.

Mar 27, 2014
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Daniel V: With this product being flat, inserting the armor into the pockets is extremely easy. While preformed armor in my other jacket is not difficult to insert, the flat armor is that much easier. The flat armor also seems to conform to my body better than the preformed armor in my other jacket. Mar 27, 2014
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Michael M: Not sure which one is better, but these seem to work really well. Mar 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Forcefield says these are Level 2 at low or ambient temps, but only rated Level 1 at "high" temps.

What are "high" temps?

May 27, 2014
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