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Forcefield Pro Pants

The Forcefield Pro Pant is a full length armoured base layer pant with removable CE approved armour covering the knees, thighs, hips, buttock and coccyx with Repeat Performance Technology (RPT) to ensure continued protection even after multiple impacts.

Constructed from BeCool™ a unique fibre that has a greater diffusive area than standard fibre that ensures high levels of breathability and comfort and allows the low profile Nitrex Evo® & M15 CE approved armour to be easily removed and the pants to be machine washed for maximum hygiene.

Fastened at the waist by a draw cord and elastic for extra support the Pro Pant has stirrup fasteners that pass under the feet stopping the pants from rising offering superior fit and comfort.
The Forcefield Pro Pant the ultimate base layer/armour combination for full lower body sport protection.

Features:

  • Fully CE Approved armour to EN1621- 1
  • Removable armour at knees, thighs, hips, buttocks and coccyx
  • Constructed from BeCool™ technical fibre
  • Highly Flexible & breathable
  • 3d moulding
  • Machine washable (with the armour removed)
  • Repeat performance Technology (RPT)
  • Draw cord waist fastener
  • Under foot stirrups
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Forcefield Pro Pants 4.5 5 36 36
Only thing out there There aren't many products like this. Fits underneath most pants (unless you wear skin tight), and not easily noticeable. I've been wearing mine a lot and sweating a little in it sometimes during the summer. Doesn't smell bad quickly though. There is a rip in the crotch already, but I did buy a size small, and so it is just a little small for me.Otherwise, seems to be holding up well after a couple of months. September 8, 2014
Great Armor Pieces, Terrible Design Bought this item a few years ago and have put over 1000 miles on it. The armor pieces are great and would no doubt give great protection in a crash; however, the pant/holding system is extremely flawed. The armor is too heavy for the simple elastic make up of the pant meaning the armor will float all around on your body if you're not careful. After my first ride in these, I concluded the knee pieces stand no chance of staying on my knee area so I removed them and bought strap on armor. Now I wear the pant for just the hip armor (which stays in place if you pull them up high). In hindsight, I would look to buy some armored shorts and get some strap on knee armor. I do not recommend this product Pros: Good armor, comfortable Cons: Air flow is mediocre, armor does not stay in place (making body armor nearly useless) 3 stars since I've found a good use for this but would not order again if given the chance August 12, 2014
Great product. Order smaller than it says.I took note of other reviews,glad I did. I have a 37" waist actual with a tape and ordered a size small fits perfect. I'm 5' 9" 190# Padding stays in place never moved the whole night of racing . Should hold up well with proper care. {Washing the sweat out.} August 5, 2014
Worth the money in comfort and protection My last ride was a 10hr non-stop run, except for those needed gas and nature's call pit stops. The Pro pants did NOT bind or twist. The material streches just enough where it's needed and still holds the armor in place. The Pro pants are very comfortable. The sizing is on the mark and the armor is easily removed for washing and the material dries quickly. The only suggestion to the manufacture is to take another look at the opening in the waist band for the draw string. It needs to be renenforced and designed to allow for the ease of the draw and tie. The pro pants have proved to be a great product, I'll be buying the Forcefield Pro Shirt soon. August 4, 2014
Great protection - bulkier than expected I bought these with the idea that I might wear them under a pair of Kevlar jeans for short rides out and possibly wearing them under jeans to work to avoid having to change out of my leathers. Setting aside for the moment whether that's even a good idea, I found these pants to be much bulkier than I'd expected. I don't doubt that they provide excellent protection and I have found another good use for them, but they really aren't the sort of thing you can comfortably and discretely wear under jeans. Here's what I do use them for. I have a pair of Klim pants that I use off-road over 661 knee guards and A* hip protectors. That's a great combination, but too cumbersome for anything but a day out in the woods. The Klim pants are great, but don't offer much impact protection on their own. Paired now with these Forcefield pants, I can wear them anywhere. Others have noted that these run large. I heeded that warning and am glad I did. I'm 6'4" / 200lbs with a 36-36" waist and would normally have ordered a large or XL. Here I ordered a medium, which keeps all the padding exactly where it belongs. February 4, 2014
Size matters. So does design. There are going to be people who have a different opinion on these pants. I respect that. I've read the reviews here and I agree that there are positives and a great concept with these pants. If it's a pant that works for you then I believe that forcefield gear is some of the best out there; I own a number of great forcefield products (including the forcefield shirt). That said, I'll share my perspective on why you might not want to cut the expensive tag off your new pants quite yet. As is often the case, fit can make a huge difference. And in a nutshell, I think forcefield got the fit, construction and design on these all wrong. As in, what-were-they-thinking wrong. I'm not talking about quality - forcefield makes good quality stuff - I'm talking about wanting to see the mannequin and design tests on which these worked. First, ORDER SMALL. I'm not a huge guy, but even big guys I know who purchased these either ended up re-ordering the smallest size they could, or they didn't want the hassle / embarrassment of ordering again and just threw these in the corner and never wore them. I'm not joking, if you're 6'3" with legs like a linebacker you can still wear a size small. The material is exceptionally stretchy, and that's not always a compliment. With this sizing they should have made multiple sizes below small. Riders need to be willing and patient enough to try multiple sizes of a protective product. Sizes vary, I get that, but the vendor has some serious responsibility here too. Unfortunately fit wasn't my only issue. Second, the armor feels like bulky weights attached loosely via pockets and in some places you'll wish you could move the pieces just a bit. I realize forcefield wants to market these as washable (meaning removable armor), but it comes at the price of feeling like the armor is just hanging on like some xmas tree ornament. It just doesn't have the integrated feel of really good protective gear I own - including items from forcefield. The fabric is so stretchy that the armor pockets do not seem to support the weight of the armor (yes, I know you can adjust the thickness, but then you just have stretch-ier bunched up fabric). Therefore you really have to rely on perfect-fit overpants or jeans to help create the sensation of comfort and confidence that these things aren't going to slide all over the place in a laydown. The presence of a drawstring at the waist and multi-point velcro fly - a frickin drawstring! In 2013! Talk about taking you back to gym class days. Quick, name the last article of non-workout clothing you've owned in the past 20 years with a drawstring and velcro fly - confirms that they've had design and fit issues with these pants. Additional issues arise because the armor is so thick even my slightly-larger than normal riding jeans won't work over them; I have to specifically chose a dedicated overpant to make it work - usually a type of overpant I rarely wear, almost like raingear - sized. However, then I'm back feeling like the armor is a bit loose and the fit isn't quite right. Thick armor can be good, but again, vendors owe it to riders to think about functionality. Drop tests and ce ratings have to be more than just marketing; they must consider the real world as well. I wanted to love these pants. I think forcefield has been great for riders. I even waited on the review because I kept wanting to give them just one more chance. Perhaps it's just my opinion and your mileage may vary. But I can tell you that I'd rather have on my pair of armored shorts and some forcefield knee sleeves if I knew I was going to put my bike down. It's possible the most protective thing about these pants is the protection the forcefield brand affords the company. I say this because the interesting thing is no one I know with these pants seems (or wants to admit) to go so far as to say they dislike them, but none of them told me they ever wore them after the first ride or two. They all essentially said something like, "yeah, protective. You know, if I'm going for (insert some very specific ride condition that is rarely practical or actually occurs) it might be nice to have them." The funniest comment I heard being, "After I got them on I just kept hoping I wouldn't have to take a deuce during a long ride." So bottom line: great concept, not there in execution. The pants seem to be well rated (and RZ has some of the most knowledgeable user reviews out there), but if you read the reviews below you'll find plenty of reviewers hint at the same things I've mentioned. For something at this price point I just can't recommend this current design. I'm a forcefield fan and when they get this pant right I'll be first in line to buy them (and hoping for a refund on my current pair). October 27, 2013
Great protection Prior to these pants, I wore jeans that only had knee armor, and some Kevlar in critical areas. After a collision with a deer, I decided I wanted much better coverage than the pants alone provided. These definitely provide the coverage, not only in the knees but in many important areas. I truly believe that had I been wearing these when I struck the deer my bruising would have been significantly reduced. They do add some bulk and you may need to go up one size in the pants you intend on wearing over them. They stay in place well and are not uncomfortable, even on very hot days. After a short adjustment period, they are not really that noticeable. October 16, 2013
Choose the right size This is a good product. I would say that the fit is large. I am 5'10" and 185 lbs. I have an athletic build. I almost always fit into a size med. I originally ordered a medium and they were way too big. The return process was great and I ended up with a small. They fit like tights should and all of the pads are in the correct position. I took a ride and wore them under a pair of klim pants. They were comfortable and the knee pads held in the correct spot even when standing and driving my knees into the tank. The coccyx pad got uncomfortable when seated but it did not bother me while standing. For long slab riding I will remove it and when the day is mostly on the pegs I will put it in. The material concerns me a bit. I will need to make sure I keep it away from the velcro on my boots. There is piling already in this area after 1 ride. All in all I am happy and would recommend this product to anyone. October 14, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
David L: I wanted to be able to ride with the confidence that I was wearing quality protective armor for my riding style. Jul 20, 2014
Jon M: Quality and quality of protection Jul 13, 2014
Robert L: Protection Dec 11, 2013
Justin P: The very stretchy pants provide a lot of good protection but are pretty warm and the tail bone pad is not comfortable when on the bike but you can remove it if you like. You'll need extra room in your riding pants to accommodate this armor. Nov 9, 2013
Johnnie B: These pants are "ok" but the weight of the armor tends to cause them to "sink" or slide down from my waist-line. I start to feel like I'm walking around with a pair of underpants that are falling down, inside my pants. Therefore, I don't use these pants all that often. As I stated, they are "ok", but they have never become my "go to" armor alternative. Nov 4, 2013
Andrew M: for those times when the unfortunate happens. Sep 10, 2013
A shopper asked: Could you use G3O replacement pieces in there? Would they fit? Would they offer better protection then what's already in there? Oct 12, 2014
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John B: I don't know what G3O replacement pieces are. I Googled G30 and G3O armor, but didn't get any relevant results. The pads that come with the pants are removable. So you can use those as a pattern to make new pads out of whatever material/substance you like. I would only recommend that the material/substance not be too rigid or heavy. The pads will need to fit in the existing pockets and conform to the contours of your body. Oct 13, 2014
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"" ": The pants fit pretty tight so I don't think additional padding would be comfortable and make them very bulky as well.
Oct 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can you suggest any quality brands of Kevlar denim pants that would fit properly over the Forcefield Pro pants? Oct 4, 2013
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Lenny B: Most any good quality denim pants would work, just be aware of the fit of the pants. It may require ordering of the next larger size depending on their cut. I have two pair of Sliders jeans, both are the same size. One fits over the Forcefield Pro Pants fine the other pair is too tight. Order any good quality pants and you should be fine. Revzilla is great about exchanges. Oct 5, 2013
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scott d: I have always worn Draggin Jeans. I have the baggier style, but I think any of their styles would fit. They are the first and the best out there, bar none! Oct 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm 5'11" and 160 pounds, which size should I get and can I wear these under normal straight leg jeans? Mar 5, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, these are meant to be worn under normal straight leg jeans.
Sizing guidelines are not offered by Forcefield for the Pro Pants. We recommend using the Forcefield Shorts Size Chart as an approximate guide, and keep in mind that the pants are fairly stretchy. Attached below is the link to the Forcefield Size Chart:
http://www.revzilla.com/forcefield-size-chart
Apr 13, 2012
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Devil: I normally wear a 32-34 pant and I had to go to the Levis 569 loose fit pant 33-34, and these work great. You will not be able to use a straight leg pant with these! I ordered a medium, and I am 5-8, and 185lbs. they fit great. Mar 31, 2013
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Greg1299: Small, unless they have extra small. I'm 6'1/ 200 and I got the medium and they are too big. Mar 5, 2013
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AdamJH: A link to the size guide is on the sale page. Mar 26, 2013
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wpwp: I'm 6'0" and 165, and size small fits fine. Aug 10, 2012
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A S asked: I'm choosing between Dainese Norsorex and ForceField Pro. Which one would you recommend? Mar 16, 2014
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Joseph G: I chose the ForceField because of the level of protection. If I wipe out I want the quickest recovery time. The Dainese look a bit thin and lacking. The FF Pro are a bit bulky but I can live with that. My Kevlar jeans are a size up from what I usually wear to accomodate the FF Pro pant.

If I were to buy again I would probably go with a leather pant with built in armor equivalent to the FF Pro.
Mar 17, 2014
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Juan Pablo P: For high protection, the forcefield, for comfort the dainese norsorex, the forcefield has more bigger protection so you are going to feel it more bigger under you jeans or any pant that can fit.. saying that, i only have two jeans that i can put my forcefield under Mar 16, 2014
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Nicholas S: I have the Forcefield and love them. Wear them almost every time I ride under my Kevlar jeans. Have them since 2012. They fall into place perfectly while riding and hold up well. Mar 16, 2014
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Durgham A: Forcefield pro Mar 16, 2014
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A S asked: I wear a 32 on Levi's. Wil these feel comfortable wearing 33 jeans? Or should I go with 34? I'm thinking of getting the Dainese D6 jeans which acording to the size chart I should get in size 32...

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Nov 6, 2013
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Shawn W: I wear a size 34 and picked up a pair of Cortech cargo size 36 to wear over the Forcefield pants. This provides kevlar over the Forcefield pants (just in case).

I supposed it depends on how loose/baggy the pants are - if they're tight I would go up 2 sizes dependent on how comfortable or "roomy" you prefer. If you prefer your riding pants tight try 1 size up.
Nov 6, 2013
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A s: These FFP pants are great protection and I am happy with the purchase. I wear them under Klim pants that have plenty of room for armor. The padding is fairly robust so I would go up in jean size quite a bit to wear with jeans. Cannot comment on the D6 jeans, but with regular fitting jeans I would go up at least 2 sizes. Nov 6, 2013
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Emanuel V: Depends on the jeans if there relax fit or skinny but I would go with 34 Nov 6, 2013
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Joseph G: I wear a size 38 jean. I bought a size medium Pro Pants and a size 40 Icon Victory Riding Pant(jean). That is a great fit for me. I think a size 39 Victory Riding Pant might work but the pads would be much more noticeable. Nov 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: As the title states, my current suit is RS Taichi and the shin guard is a little too short so there's some space between the guard and my boot which ends up flapping around a little sometimes. I currently wear a Alpinestars SMX+ raceboot. Prepping to go to the track, so I'm trying to get all my safety gear ready =] Feb 4, 2012
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RevZilla: The shin protector on these pants is integrated into the spandex pant leg so that should help it remain secure to your leg. The shin protectors will, depending on your height, come down to about mid-shin and are positioned in such a way as to provide the proper amount of protection while not causing fitment issues with racing boots. If you have any more fitment questions, please feel free to e-mail us: cs@revzilla.com or call us at 877-792-9455. May 3, 2012
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AdamJH: It comes right to the edge of my Cortech Latigo RR boots (I'm 5'6'' wearing the medium). if your boots are taller the pads could be moved up seeing as how they're flexible. Mar 26, 2013
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wpwp: I'm 6' and wear the size small. The bottom of the shin guard is about 6" above my ankle bone. My street boots go up almost that high, so there's not much open space. Aug 10, 2012
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Devil: The pad is about 8-9" away from the top of the ankle. I am 5-8 and 185lbs. and I purchased the medium pant, they fit great. Mar 31, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi I am a new rider and I need to feel secure while riding but I don’t like wearing big leather suits I like to wear casual clothes. My first question; is this a good alternative for protection if I’m wearing casual clothing and secondly, I ride on a cruiser with a backrest .Will the armor plate (force field complete suit) on the butt will be uncomfortable or should I shop for another product. Like I said I am new to this. Is those kind of suit fit more for speed bike position or not?
-Francis (French Canadian)
Apr 9, 2014
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Leslie T: Hi. I recently bought these pants. I like them alot. The pad in the rear cam be felt while riding but not totally uncomfortable. I recently removed it for a few rides and like it without the pad. But when I think about safety I may put it back in. The pants are warmer. It is like wearing a pair of spandex running pants with pads. I do feel safer wearing them. Apr 15, 2014
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Nicholas S: I ride a cruiser and always wear these under my jeans. The force field is very comfortable and and good fit. 450 miles is no problem with these and I don't look like a Power Ranger. I do suggest kelvar reinforced jeans just to minimize potential road rash. People do not know that I am wearing padded gear. Apr 15, 2014
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Joseph G: I have been riding for two years. I use these under a pair of Kevlar jeans because casual clothes will shred if I hit the ground. I rode them on my cruiser with no problems. You can remove individual pads if you want. Apr 15, 2014
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A shopper asked: How abrasion resistant are these? If I were to go down on my back side, would these provide adequate protection for my cheeks under a pair of jeans with no armor? Oct 21, 2013
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A s: They're pretty thick and will do a good job, I'm sure. Only drawback is their weight. But they cling well so they hug your body. Oct 21, 2013
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Fouad C: I would say don't risk it.
Forcefield is pitching it as an "armored base layer pant", which means you still have to wear abrasion resistant pants.

If you are interested in more details, continue reading below.

According to the "Technology" page at forcefield official website:
Their armor is made with Nitrex Evo a shock absorbant, which might be complimented with Cordura an abrasion resistant.
The fabric is BeCool for "breathability and comfort".

Unfortunately I cannot confirm from my experience, but what I understood is that the armor might be abrasion resistant. The pants are definitely not.

Now if you check the specs of the "Upgrade Performance Armor" which is the armor of the legs and hips (not the buttocks though), Nitrex Evo is mentioned but not Cordura.

I hope this helps.
Oct 22, 2013
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scott n: I think the padding may move around a bit unless you were to be sliding directly on your cheeks.

The pads definitely seem thick enough for road crash protection. I went down a few times on a dual-sport ride on rock and gravel, and I was glad I had them on.
Oct 21, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is this product the new 2011 version of the pants or the older version? May 10, 2011
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Devil: As far as I know it is the new version. Mar 31, 2013
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Matt K: Yes these are the 2011 model. May 11, 2011
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