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Forcefield Net Replacement Elbow/Knee Armor
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Forcefield Net Replacement Elbow / Knee Armor

The premium NeT Upgrade Armor is a highly flexible and breathable molded 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
  • Pre Formed for use within a pocket
  • Length 284mm 
  • Width 141mm
  • Sold as a pair
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Forcefield Net Replacement Elbow/Knee Armor 4.9 5 7 7
Excellent product I can't believe I waited so long to replace my elbow armor. They have a little bit bigger "footprint" than stock armor but the fit and feel is amazing. The breathability cannot be compared to stock, it is simply on another planet. I would absolutely recommend these to everyone and anyone thinking about upgrading. You won't regret spending the few extra bucks December 1, 2014
Great fit and superior protection! Awesome replacements for the stock pads in my new Olympia Moto Quest jacket. These pliable net pads are immediately more comfortable & form fitting. Elbow pads went right in and the shoulder pads only needed minor trimming- used the stock shoulder pads as a template. Yes, they are heavier than stock but I believe that the added protection is well worth it. Bought the jacket pads after purchasing a Forcefield Sub4 back protector which turned out to be the most comfortable armor I've ever worn. Will be replacing the knee & hips pads with Forcefield asap! ~Corvus November 12, 2014
Good fit I've tried a lot of different types of knee armor in my kevlar jeans, but none of them end up being comfortable on long rides. Even the d30 stuff pressed against my knee caps (ok so I have little birdy legs) and after 6 hours in the saddle, I was in a lot of pain, sometimes even had bruises. I'm glad I tried these- they've been excellent. Sure they're not exactly 'stealth' when off the bike, but when I get on to ride, they accommodate my er... prominent kneecaps rather well. Armorwise, they seem rather stout, too. Wish they were tapered at top and bottom but we can't have everything. September 30, 2014
Level 2 at a good price! These fit perfectly in the pockets of my Hein Gericke Timbuktu Air Camo Jacket. When arms are in riding position, I don't even notice them. While walking the upper edge does tend to rub a bit but no biggie. Seems to conform to arm a little more each day. Really a nice addition. Can't really say anything about Durability yet but really seems to be a solid piece of armor. September 4, 2014
A little overkill for most riding situations These are definitely some of the best pads i own as far as protection and and air flow are concerned. I use these in my River Road mesh jacket for warmer summer days and never overheat. I slid out last week while wearing these, and my elbows (despite catching most of my weight) were one of the few parts of my body not bruised. The fit however is a little awkward, and on tighter fitting jackets you will find them annoying. The edge of the padding is not chiseled or sloped, while the back wraps behind your elbow a little too much for comfort when your arm is straightened. I probably voided the warranty, but I actually had to cut some of the top of the padding off to fit more comfortable around the top side (backside) of my elbow. September 2, 2014
AGV SPORT SOLARE JACKET UPGRADE I own two AGV Sport SOLARE jackets. They are light, comfortable and flow a ton of air. I did want to upgrade the armor and both the shoulder pads and elbow pads from Forcefield did the job. It took seconds to swap out the old for the new and it feels obvious that I now have more protection in case of a fall. Highly recommend this armor. August 11, 2014
Comfortable replacement I replaced the knee protection in my FirstGear HT overpants with the Forcefield Net replacement knee armor. They were very easy to switch and fit fine. The knee armor that comes with the pants is very hard and was hurting my knees on longer rides. These are much softer, flexible, and comfortable. Can’t comment on the protection, hope they do the job if ever needed. June 5, 2014
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Harry S: Purchased this replacement armor for Dianese Alien leather pants, which come with full length, hard shell knee and shin armor. Dianese shin armor limited proper fit over the boot, and completely prevented in- boot wear for me in Sidi boots. This armor is lightweight and meets my needs. I will have to add additional Velcro to pant in order to keep this armor properly positioned high in the knee pocket. Feb 21, 2015
Carlos C: I like having elbows Feb 20, 2015
James A N: Replacement armor for wife's Joe Rocket Gold Digger Jacket. Sep 27, 2014
Mark L: Level 2 protection at a reasonable price. Sep 14, 2014
Wilson L: Revzilla recommendation. Needed better armor for my jacket. Jun 14, 2014
Carlos A asked: Hello I was wondering if any force field armor fits roland sand's jackets or do you need the one especially made for roland sands? Sep 16, 2014
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Mark L: I'm not positive but most are pretty much the same if you have pockets you put the armor into. I have a Hein Gericke Timbuktu Air Camo Jacket and it fit right into the elbow pockets. My wife has an Firstgear TPG Monarch Jacket and it fit right into her elbow pockets. Back armor is a little more specific than shoulder & elbow armor in my experience. Sep 16, 2014
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Diallo K: I took them for my Joe Rocket Mesh Suzuki replica Jacket. They don't fit well. Sep 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hey does this fit a Speed & Strength Off the Chain 2.0? Jul 5, 2014
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Mike L: I don't know about the Speed & Strength Off the Chain 2.0 but I bought the knee, elbow and shoulder pads for my Olympia Airglide 4 jacket and pants and they fit great. They feel awkward when you are standing but they really fit in place when I am on my bike. I think they are a little heavier than the original foam they are replacing but that is a worth while trade off for the better fit and protection while in the riding position and while riding I don't notice the weight. I think the Forcefield Net Replacement Armor construction also flows air which the original armor did not which is great when the temperatures are 70 degrees and above.

I recommend them if they fit. Revzilla customer service line should be able to answer your question.
Jul 7, 2014
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Clinton F: Not sure if they will fit that jacket but they are smaller than I expected. Gave them to my wife to use in her Dianese jacket and they fit fine. These are minimal coverage elbow protection only...definitely not large enough for knee protection. Jul 6, 2014
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Allan B asked: Will these fit into a Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0 Jacket in the shoulders? I want to replace the current armor the jacket comes with and I am between these or the Forcefield Replacement Elbow Armor (the grey ones). Which one will fit better and/or which one is more protective over all? May 29, 2014
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David G: I couldn't give you an answer as to jacket fit, but from experience I can say that I have purchased two sets of armor for my girlfriend and I and both sets fit within the armor pouches of jackets by difference companies. As for as protection, these are tops. May 29, 2014
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Allan B: I mean elbows in the first sentence. May 29, 2014
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Arne B asked: Can anyone confirm that this armor actually fits in the Rukka Armas jacket armor pockets? May 27, 2014
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Alexey Butorov A: Arne, I'm sorry, but I don't have Rukka's jacket - so I can not try them and confirm( May 27, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi,

Would this be an option in upgrading a Rukka Armas RVP Airs to the latest and best protection level?

Or are you recommending something else for the Armas?
Apr 24, 2014
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Chris L: Definitely recommended. More flexible and arguably more comfortable than D3O Tech. Lightweight, doesn't retain heat, 9mm thick throughout. The elbow pieces are bulkier than street options (like any good race armour) but very protective and confidence inspiring. CE Level 2. Apr 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does anyone know if this armor can be used with the women's Dainese Alien Pant? Thanks in advance! Sep 4, 2014
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Daniel B asked: Will this fit the knee pockets of the Klim Latitude pant? Aug 3, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Forcefield Net Replacement Elbow/Knee Armor 942040 FF-4005A Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.