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Forcefield Pro Shirt

The Forcefield Pro Shirt is the ultimate all action shirt with high-spec CE approved armor located at the elbows, shoulders and chest and now with a complete built in CE Level 2 back protector.

The Pro Shirt combines molded Nitrex Evo® technical energy-absorbing material, with the all new M15 armor a specialised polymer from Nitrile rubber that has been optimised to achieve low weight, flexibility and Repeat Performance Technology (RPT) ensuring protection is given even after multiple impacts

The Pro Shirt’s armor is removable and built into a shell made from BeCool™ a unique fiber that has a greater diffusive area than standard fiber; this ensures high levels of breathability and comfort. During exercise the unique shape of the BeCool™ fibre means it acts like a fan extracting hot and wet air away from the body and replacing it with cool and fresh air.

Maximum protection and all day comfort.

Features:

  • CE Approved to EN1621-2 Level 2 (Back Protector)
  • Removable armor at the back, elbow, shoulder and chest
  • Highly Flexible & breathable
  • 3d moulding
  • Machine washable (with the armor removed)
  • Repeat performance Technology (RPT)
  • Front zip fastening
  • Perforation panels
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Forcefield Pro Shirt 4.4 5 37 37
After a season with this.... I've spent a full season riding with this, through both cold weather and hot, and I do not get on my bike without putting this on. All of my jackets have armor. However, as many have similarly noted, I have little confidence the armor in my jackets will stay put and provide the necessary protection in a get-off. I have no such lack of confidence with this shirt. The armor definitely stays put once you put the shirt on. The fit is a compression fabric-like form-fit, but it's not so tight that you can't wear a base layer underneath in cold weather if you'd like. The fabric does feel a bit fragile and I tend to exercise care while putting it on and taking it off, but I've had no issue with the seams, or tears, etc. As for the fabric being anti-bacterial to help with odor control, it definitely does. I rode all summer without washing the shirt once (Whaddya want - I'm a dude) and beyond some very minor odor in the pits it never smelled at all. In summer it does as advertised and wicks the moisture from your body. The net result is you'll have a somewhat sticky, damp shirt to peel away, but I've never felt like I was overheating while wearing this. Although, to qualify that statement, I live in northern Vermont so it rarely exceeds the low 90s, and we rarely have traffic jams, so it's not often that I'm wearing the armor and NOT moving. On the hot days I've worn this and stopped for gas or a bite to eat it does get warm, but I also always ride with a jacket over the Forcefield shirt which contributes to getting warm. In the cold weather, as I've already noted, you can put a nice base layer like an Under Armour Cold Gear underneath this with no problem. If, however, you intend to buy riding jackets to wear over this you'll absolutely need to take the additional size of the armor into consideration and go a size larger. I purchased a H-D FXRG jacket a size larger than I'd normally wear, and when it has the liner in that jacket is fairly snug with this armor underneath it. Issues with this bit of kit: - there have been times when the elbow armor has gotten a bit annoying -- that only occurs when I'm NOT on the bike and is probably a personal issue more than an issue with the armor - the left-hand zipper; you get used to it, but it's an annoyance (first-world problems, I know...) - long-sleeves with thumb-holes -- I know it's designed that way to help the sleeves from riding up in an accident, but I don't like the thumb-holes and find them annoying (again, first-world problems...) - no zipper guard -- I usually do not zip the zipper all the way up because it can - and often does - rub uncomfortably As for the reviewer who complained about the time it takes to don and doff this armor, it doesn't take any more than 30 seconds to put this on, or take it off. Personally, I find having the protection worth the time. I understand you can wear a jacket with armor that doesn't cost you any additional time, and if you have a jacket in which you have confidence the armor will stay put in a get-off then this shirt doesn't make sense to spend money on anyway. All in all, I believe the drawbacks are minor relative to the protection this armor provides. While I have been fortunate to not have actually tested the armor there are enough testimonials from folks who have to make me a believer of its efficacy. When I ride it's become like my American Express card: I never leave home without it. January 22, 2015
Very Comfortable This shirt hugs your body and form fitting. It keeps the armor in place and you hardly know you are wearing it. I had no issues putting it on or taking it off and felt comfortable wearing this under my mesh jacket that flows a lot of air. I wore it under my leather jacket over the weekend and found it to be quite warm. Forcefield makes excellent armor and I purchased it for this reason as well as being able to wear it under different jackets. I recommend this product. September 15, 2014
Did it's job during a pretty nasty crash So there I was, riding around the mountains with a couple friends. We were in a small town, and it had just begun to rain, so we weren't doing anything abnormal. Got into a construction zone where the DOT set up a lane shift across a new bridge being built. On the transition from the old lane to the new lane, they apparently painted over the old lane division line in slick black paint, which was invisible with a smoked shield and in the pouring rain. My rear tire slid out on this painted line, then kicked back the other way and next thing I knew, I went down, HARD, at about 35-40mph. The bike slammed me low-side into the pavement. I slide about 100-150 feet and the bike probably about double that before coming to rest. I felt a bit out of breath and my right side upper body hurt a bit but nothing too bad. I got up and my friends helped me get the bike back up and we stopped about 1/10th of a mile down the road at a gas station. Come to find out later that, while wearing the Forcefield armored shirt and shorts combo under my Olympia suit, I had broken a rib or two (probably when the bike forced my arm to slam into my ribcage). Had I not been wearing the gear, I'm 95% sure I'd have done a lot more damage including probably a broken hip, shoulder, and clavicle, but obviously this is speculation based on which body parts hit and how hard. The gear definitely helped soften the blow. I realize it's not common to include rib protection but that certainly would have helped me avoid the break. Otherwise, I love the gear and wear it everywhere, all the time - street, track, and offroad. September 7, 2014
This thing is very hot in hot weather. Worn with a mesh jacket this shirt gets super hot. It was only 84 today and not super humid and I soaked it with sweat. So I poured half a bottle of water over me, but not on the armor. Fit is nice, armor is what I was after and everybody swears by Forcefield's quality there, hope never to test it. Not sure if I would buy another one. Maybe easier to buy an expensive jacket with high quality armor and wear whatever you want underneath. I wanted the chest protector most of all because I sideswiped a deer last summer and had images of antlers poking through me. So think about how you dress and what your safety requirements are and if you don't mind looking like Spiderman when you take your jacket off in a restaurant. July 11, 2014
Unfortunately Disappointed!!! I bought this thinking I would get superior bump protection while wearing any jacket; as well as extra use in other activities, like snowboarding (I have RA so I am fairly delicate these days.) While attempting to use for a 3rd time (on bike only, never bothered with other activities) right pit seam had it and started a big hole. The material holding padding in on back is so stretchy that back protector sags down so low that only my lower back has protection. The shirt seriously needs a zipper garage to stop it from attacking your neck. Unzipping some to try and remedy this problem only allows the back protector to slip further down. I have since cannibalized the armor and fit it into my jacket. If I would have know that was going to be its roll, I would have just bough replacement armor and save a bit of money. I would NOT recommend the Forcefield Pro Shirt... (but I am still buying the forcefield armor on its own...) May 4, 2014
Happy I bought it For me, the first decision was whether I wanted to wear my protection as an undergarment or incorporated in an outer jacket. I decided the former gave me more apparel options. Having made that decision, this product fits simply and beautifully. No straps to have to mess with. The protection stays in place. The garment breathes well, but by the same token its sheerness gives me some concern about longterm durability. Time will tell. For now, I am loving it. January 20, 2014
Big bucks I purchased this item to use for protection on a nine day ride. Only because the ride promoter required all riders to wear their t-shirt as the top layer. So $300 is way beyond steep for this rider. Fortunately I did not test the item, as I never took a spill. I felt that it was necessary to take care getting into and out of it. Nothing got damaged, but it felt like it might tear easily. Other than that it was comfortable. December 9, 2013
Most comfortable armor I've worn Like all armor, this shirt will make you sweat on a warm day. That said, the ventilation while moving, even at slow speeds, is excellent. I can physically feel the moisture dissipating. It won't remain and collect into a damp spot. The fit, by way of the compression shirt holding the armor tight to your body, is more comfortable than any I've worn. It will also be more protective than your standard jacket-included armor because of this. It will hide better under your jacket. Any issues I have with the shirt are minor: -Zipper on the left side. -Stitching pops slightly if you're not careful putting on and removing the shirt but it's not as dramatic as other reviewers have described. - I'd grade the shirt even higher if the armor pieces had just a little more width and coverage to them, or maybe I'm just used to some oversized jacket armor. -Pricier, but at the same time now you can buy cheaper jackets that exclude armor. I did. You'll probably save overall across your personal line of jackets. The layered armor can seem a little thin. I also have the shorts and kneepads and I can definitely feel it when I test the kneepads by falling to my knees on a hardwood floor. But in the end, I will trust the tested CE rating that it provides the same protection as my old armor. One of the best aspects of Forcefield is their armor is designed to be reused through multiple crashes. October 26, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Kit S T: to use as an underlayer and protection. plan to ride with a leather overcoat in winter. hoodie/vest in summer Sep 26, 2014
Brian M: Amazing protection. Crashed 3 times with this on (once on street - DOT's fault, once on track - my fault, once on dirt/rock - too much sliding). Unbelievable protection. Sep 25, 2014
Timothy T: Level 2 protection in a shirt. What's not to like? Aug 10, 2014
BORIS Z: i LIKE IT Jul 31, 2014
A S: I chose the Forcefield pro shirt because of a recommendation from a friend. It's much easier to get on than my previous armored shirt, has a similar amount of armored coverage, and is MUCH more comfortable. It also looks awesome;) Jul 27, 2014
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
Mark L: Excellent protection under a moto jersey. Jul 2, 2014
Brian O: I plan on using this under a kevlar shirt from draggin jeans. I'll now have some impact protection as well as abrasion resistance. Jun 5, 2014
Adam K: I chose this because I have some riding jackets which either didn't have armor or were very light on armor. Having an armored shirt allowed me to wear all of my jackets again and know that I was protected with top of the line armor. The shirt looks horrible but it's very comfortable and light. Vanity at the expense of safety. Mom would be proud. May 10, 2014
Robert L: Offers protection Dec 11, 2013
Allison H: To go under "traditional" leather motorcycle jacket that had no armor in it. Works very very well. Nov 15, 2013
Igor P: I have Forcefield Armour Pro underpants. Love it. Next step was Pro shirt :) Sep 11, 2013
Chad J: Great protection shirt! Armour molds to your body, so it doesn't look puffy or padded. Very comfortable! I use this under my track jackets in the fall time. Love it! Aug 30, 2013
A shopper asked: If one were to wear this as a, "stand alone" jacket on a hot day, would it hold up in a crash and keep all the armor in it's place? It almost looks like a under armor type shirt material...if you came off a motorcycle, wouldn't this thing just shred apart? Is this for use under leather/textile jackets only then? May 21, 2012
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kpsf: Under jacket use only, correct.

The impact resistance is superior to top jackets, so I always wear it. But the abrasion resistance is not Cordura or leather, so still wear a good jacket!

I ride a Triumph Speed Triple.
Jul 12, 2012
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Phil D.: The initial impact would be handle by the armor there may be some armor movement but it is designed to deal with direct impact damage, leather would deal with road rash better. Apr 22, 2013
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Scott N: Yikes! I would not wear this as a stand alone. You are right. The material is kinda like Under Armor. You will need to wear Leather/Textile jacket for sure. Jul 30, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, this is designed to be worn under a jacket. By itself, it will not provide substantial abrasion resistance. May 23, 2012
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A shopper asked: I have a pair of Forcefield Pro pants with the four layer padding. Does the shirt have the same four layer padding or is the padding thinner? The reason I ask is because the four layer padding--while it works well enough under jeans--may be too thick to fit under my leather jacket. Thanks. Nov 3, 2013
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William C: The armor for the FFP pants and the shirt appear to be very similar. I have worn the shirt under all of my winter jackets without a problem. During the summer, I wear the FFP shirt under a mesh jacket, or Force Field external armor with a hi vis vest, and it stays cool and provides good protection.

I strongly recommend all of the Force Field Pro products. They offer the best protection I have found.

Sometimes I sleep in mine. They tend to fit better the more you wear them. Just wear them into the shower to keep them clean.
Nov 3, 2013
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A s: The back protector is four layers thick, the chest/thorax pads is two layers thick, and the shoulders/elbows are about 2.5 layers thick at the thickest point... those are made out of a layer of foam (similar to back/chest) and that rubbery type 3d mesh material. The whole thing is fairly low profile, but not D3O armor low profile. Nov 4, 2013
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Lenny B: The back pad in the shirt is the same design as the pads in my Forcefield Pro pants. The chest pads have one less layer, making them slightly thinner. Shoulder pads and elbow pads are substantial as compared to those found in many riding jackets. I tight fitting jacket in the arms and shoulders may prove a challenge to wear with the Forcefield Pro Shirt. If there is extra room in the overall fit of the jacket, the chest and back pads will not add too much bulk. Nov 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do these shirts work with a neck brace? Leatt,Omega, etc... Or does the back protector get in the way. Also does revzilla carry the shirt with out the back insert and just the chest and shoulders. Jun 9, 2014
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Grant T: I have no experience with neck braces. They are very good protection for the aggressive rider.

The armor can be cut with ordinary scissors if their height interferes with a neck brace. No trimming of the shirt would be expected. Think of the garments like Under Armor brand, though more sturdy, with pockets for the armor, and reinforcement in the seams in the event of a fall and subsequent snags.

Overall, the armor and skins are well made and a good design. Pants are a bit too long, so seek advice on sizing before you order. I am migrating my armor for the summer into my mesh riding gear.
Jun 9, 2014
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Allison H: Hum - so it probably would accommodate a neck brace but you can always remove the back protector. It's not sewn in - it has pockets like a jacket does. In fact I use the back protector in one of my other jackets as needed. As for rev selling it without the back protector I don't know. Hopefully someone else from Revzilla can answer that. Jun 9, 2014
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Brian M asked: So the back protector is level 2 but what about the chest and other protectors? I see Revzilla now carries replacement yellow "air mesh" Forcefield inserts for knee and shoulders, but am curious about the level of protection I already have (I own one of these).

I looked at the Leatt shirt that is similar and they say that their chest is level 2. Is the Forcefield? If not, do they make one that will go in?
Sep 7, 2014
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Grant T: I was under the impression that all the armor inserts in the product were rated the same protection level, achieved by different type of construction. I cannot confirm by looking at the product; the product is in Florida and I am now in Norway. Sep 7, 2014
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M J W asked: Does the fit work for females? Any women using this? Jul 7, 2014
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Walter G: I don't know how many women are using this. But I can tell you that the chest protector will not fit on your chest. It is strong enough and it is not bendable so it will not be confortable. Aug 14, 2014
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RICHARD G asked: I've seen the Forcefield pro shirt in xx-large. can you order this size? is it available?
Thanks
Jun 15, 2014
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NOEL C: Hi Richard.... No I didn't!... I´m sorry, I just got the Large size for me.
Regards,
Noel Cisneros.
Jul 16, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is the CHEST and BACK protection offered by the Forcefield Pro Shirt and Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite equivalent or does one provide better coverage/protection than the other? I'm especially interested in the adequacy of the CHEST protection. Thanks. Sep 13, 2013
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werner r: In terms off protection I found it great.(tested it a few times on a 14 day rally in outback Australia ) very comfortable to wear and does not move on impact. The only negative I found it gets very smelly after day two of wearing. Sep 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do you sell the Forcefield Pro Shirt without the armor? If yes, how much and how can I order the item? Thank you - Bernard Mar 1, 2013
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RevZilla: Yes, we do have the shirt available sans the back armor. The Forcefield Action Shirt can be found at the link below. Mar 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: http://www.forcefieldbodyarmour.com/product/pro-shirt-no-back/2414 Sep 28, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, we do have the shirt available sans the back armor. The Forcefield Action Shirt can be found at the link below. Sep 28, 2012
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A shopper asked: Size ! ? !

6'3" 210 pounds, 37+ sleeve.

Want it snug enough to keep armor in place but not so snug that it causes premature failure or early wear.
Dec 4, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
XS 829270 FF-3006-2XS Out of Stock
SM 829271 FPS-S Available: Requires 2-4 business days processing time prior to shipment.
MD 829272 FPS-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
LG 829273 FPS-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
XL 829274 FPS-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours