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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.
Forcefield Net Flat Replacement Shoulder Armor
all armor should be this flexible
I bought it to replace the knox armor that came with the jacket. While riding the shoulder pieces would push the shoulders up, looking and feeling very odd, with these the jacket stays in place no matter where I move my arms.
Only problem, they really stink when you take them out of the package, so let them sit outside for a couple days.
May 26, 2014
I replaced all of my armor with Forcefield net armor and love it. It's lightweight, flexible and comfortable and rated at level 2 CE. Definitely worth the money for the added protection alone.
May 26, 2014
I have been using Forcefield armor inserts in some of my fashion jackets for the street riding. I had the previous version CE1 (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/forcefield-replacement-shoulder-armor) installed in my jacket. The shoulders looked very odd and the whole jacket sat very high. I have replaced the armor to this newer CE2 version and the jacket sits a lot more natural on my shoulders. In fact, it is hard to tell there is any armor in it at all. The armor is thick but it is much more flexible and instead of the preset form, it takes the shape of your body, providing a very natural curve and shape. I am a little dissapointed with having to replace all of my older Forcefield pieces to these new ones.
February 7, 2014
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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
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.
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
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