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Forcefield Replacement Shoulder Armor

The Forcefield Upgrade Performance Armor is designed to replace existing armour inserts and are available in pairs for shoulder, arm, leg and hip. Using Nitrex Evo® a unique high tech shock absorbing material energy can be dispersed evenly over their surface whilst remaining flexible and comfortable.


  • Constructed from Nitrex Evo® armour
  • RPT (Repeat Performance Technology)
  • Moulds to body shape
  • Perforated and breathable
  • Flexible
  • Lightweight
  • CE approved
  • Sold as pair
  • 215mm maximum height
  • 120mm maximum width
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Forcefield Replacement Shoulder Armor 869213 FF-4004-JS In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Forcefield Replacement Shoulder Armor 4.8 5 12 12
Excellent Protection for the Money Ordered these to use in a Fox Creek leather jacket. Have been very happy with them and fortunately have not needed them. Have no doubt that I would come out of an accident better with them than without. November 27, 2015
Work well as knee pads also I bought these shoulder pads to use as knee pads for a pair of Kevlar enforced jeans that I bought from another site. (Forcefield knee pads were too large to fit) They work well, and also work well as shoulder pads in a Cortech DSX denim jacket. November 8, 2014
Good CE replacement This replaced the armor in a Joe Rocket textile jacket. Fit perfectly and feels much more robust. No first-hand testimony as to its effectiveness. Did fit well in the pockets available without a problem. I feel much more secure. July 1, 2014
I feel safer. They were a little oversized for my RR Scout jacket, but I managed to squeeze them into the pouches. Once you wear them in a few times, they start to flex with the jacket for comfort. Good buy. May 26, 2014
Hily recomended... I highly recommend Forcefield elbow/forearm protectors (and back, which i bought from Revzilla). Very light, well made, well engineered for impact. I'm and experienced rider; ride FXLH 96 ci, street and cruising. Why not have good impact protection? Forcefield is inexpensive for the safety and wearing comfort you get. I put elbow and back pads (the # 2 'heavier' protection elbow and #1 'lighter' back) in a denim jacket. Fit well and add very little weight. Now I have a terrific spring/summer jacket that gives me some peace of mind. Forcefield is engineered tor safety, and also they are molded to fit the area they cover. This makes them much more comfortable than any other pads I've tried. These pads don't really 'breathe,' they're not made to breathe, they're made to protect. But wind in the jacket body and sleeves cools me off perfectly. I like Forcefield so much I but a set of #2 in my denim/Kevlar riding jeans. Very comfortable. Revzilla is a top-notch outfit. The videos are informative and the customer reps know what they're talking about. April 21, 2014
Quality protection These were bought to replace the pads in a Speed and Strength Seven Sins medium size jacket. I measured the pockets before ordering to make sure they would fit. These pads are well built and even though they don't appear flexible at first glance, they are. I had to press the sides together to get them into the pockets. They are a definite improvement over the oem pads. I like Forcefield products. November 11, 2013
Overrated!!! I was expected something special when I ordered these at great expense in shipping to Australia and I'm sorry to report that I was massively let down by the hype generated by Forcefield products. In short they offered slightly less protection than the stock inserts that came with my Icon Patrol Raiden jacket and overall they felt flimsy and weak. Yes, it has a lot of fancy honeycombing but it's really just gimmicky at best and not offering anything drastic in the way of protection. Overall a complete waste of money and I'll probably try to resell them on eBay to someone who will appreciate them more than I will! October 4, 2013
Good upgrade I have one jacket that came with armor and one jacket without armor. Got tired switching the armor back and forth so I bought these. They fit in the pocket (Harley jacket) perfectly. Seem like they were custom molded for my shoulders. The triangular pattern on the padding is very similar to the Harley armor but these are about twice as thick. I will buy a set for the elbows next. August 7, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael f: I have found force field to be a really great product.Unfortunately while riding through forest terrain, I hit a branch/tree
and by shoulder/ body armour was torn off by Force field suit.
I did not realise at the time, just thinking it was a light hit,to my shoulder,i did not slow down.Just kept riding.
When I stopped i realized the hit was obviously a lot harder,than i thought, because the armour had been torn off my jacket.

Hence replace shoulder pad. Hopyfully jacket can be restitched
Sep 21, 2014
Brandon B: CE rated Sep 11, 2014
Keith T: Replacment for OEM foam armor in my Joe Rocket jacket. No problem with fit. Jun 17, 2014
Thom M: Revzilla video recommmendation Jun 7, 2014
Walter G: Based on the research I have done. Forcefield is highly recommended by several sources to include revzilla. Apr 23, 2014
Armen A: Fits nicely in Roland Sands Jacket. Since spending money on Armour, wanted quality protection. Mar 29, 2014
Conrado S: Improve stock armor in jacket. Absolutely great fit and feel. Mar 18, 2014
Sean C: Solid protection technology, 'bendable' so I can fit into my Harley brand jacket. Wanted to upgrade protection. Jan 17, 2014
Fredrik G: Need well ventilated protection(lives in Brasil) Dec 9, 2013
Geoffrey P: Over time the padding fell apart and needs replacement. I have the Forcefield Sub 4 back protector and knee padding already. They are awesome. Nov 26, 2013
Claude W: Forcefield is the name in protection products. I already bought a CE 2 rated back protector and wanted to complete the upgrade with the same brand name. Keeping my fingers crossed that they fit! Oct 25, 2013
A shopper asked: Hello,
Would the shoulder armors fit a Dainese leather jacket size 52 that used to have Dainese type A shoulder armors? Since the picture of the armors do not show the attaching velcro to a Dainese jacket, I am making sure if they can be used for a Dainese. Thank you.
Aug 15, 2013
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Armen A: Force field is a good product. I use it with my Harley leather Jacket and in my Roland Sands jacket. Please note these jackets do not have any Velcro attachment requirements. Hence the Forcefield does not have Velcro on it.

The Harley jacket holds the armour in place via an elastic pocket system. The Roland Sands jacket pocket closes using a Velcro system but does not require that the armour have Velcro.

Hope this assists.

My suggestion, ask a Revzilla associate if the Dainese Jackets must have Velcro on the armour. The best solution is to try it in store.

Good luck
Aug 15, 2013
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Michael H: Unfortunately I can't comment on the compatibility with the Dainese jacket. I purchased the pads to use in my Joe Rocket and Hein Gericke jackets, both of which have pockets for shoulder and elbow pads and don't use Velcro to hold them in place. I will say that I am impressed with the quality and construction of the pads. I believe they offer a significant improvement in protection over the "stock" pads provided with either of my jackets. Aug 15, 2013
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Mark O: I've used this shoulder armor in two other jackets, they are not Dianese jackets though. My jackets have mesh pockets that hold the pads. There is no Velcro on these pads themselves. That said, if you attached Velcro to them I think that you'd be really happy with the armor as replacements. I've found them to be much more comfortable and flexible than the originals in my jackets. Good luck! Aug 15, 2013
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John L: I don't have a Dianese jacket but I removed the existing armor from my jacket and measured them. I then bought the forcefield armor per the measurements in the revzilla guide that matched those measurements closest. Worked fine. Aug 15, 2013
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Pablo C: These do not have any Velcro, but this could be fitted with a couple of sews. They are standard size and should fit any pocket, in the case of your jacket you should have no trouble fitting them by attaching Velcro to match. Aug 15, 2013
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Eric H: I put em in my fox creek leather jacket which has pockets for the armor. Does your dianese have pockets? There is no velcro on the armor itself but you could put self adhesive Velcro on it if needed to hold in place. Aug 15, 2013
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Melissa T: I don't know how the Dianese gear works.

But there is no velcro on the Forcefield armor.
Aug 15, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will this armor fit in a Power-trip Powerglide jacket? Jacket is an L.

Oct 6, 2014
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Armen A: I do not know. You need to check the size of the pockets with the size/length width of the Armour. Oct 7, 2014
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John L: I'm not familiar with that jacket. sorry Oct 12, 2014
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Adam Vitale A: buy it and try it, wont cost u a dime Oct 7, 2014
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Geoffrey P asked: What is the difference between the gray Forcefield pads and the black? I notice the black pads are more expensive, so are they more protective than the gray? Dec 8, 2013
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Michael H: I can't speak to the difference between the gray and black pads. Mine are the ones depicted in the adjacent picture so I guess I would say that my pads are gray although they are actually both. The outer surface (away from the body) is a gray plastic honeycomb material which I suspect is designed to spread the load of impact to a wider area. The surface close to the body is a black fabric over some form of density pad which i would assume is the impact absorbing material. Dec 9, 2013
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Michael F: unsure if there is a difference. Might be due to size, or maybe a higher rating.

Only difference i've seen, is the grey ones will replace the armor in the jacket\pants, and the black pads have straps that you can use to put on your body.

i would check their website for specs. forcefieldbodyarmour
Dec 8, 2013
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Armen A: Geoffrey - I do not know the answer, you might want to call Forcefield directly. I selected this Forcefield Shoulder Armor based on the size and fit for my jackets. I have used both Forcefield and D30 for different parts of my jackets. I selected these two based on safety and size/fit with my jackets.

Good luck and safe riding.
Dec 8, 2013
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Allan B asked: Will these fit into a Joe Rocket Alter Ego 3.0 Jacket? I want to replace the current armor the jacket comes with. May 29, 2014
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Michael H: I use them in both a Joe Rocket Ballistic Series jacket and a Hein Gericke jacket. I measured the original pads to determine if the existing pads and Forcefield pads were close in dimensions and they were so I went with them. Not knowing the size of the pads in the Alter Ego 3.0, I can't tell if they will fit. You will need to make that determination based on measuring your existing pads. May 29, 2014
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Armen A: I do not know if it will fit the Joe Rocket Jacket. My advice, measure the dimensions of the armor you currently have and see if they are similar to the Forcefield. Alternatively, measure the armor pockets on your jacket and see if the dimensions work. I have Forcefield and D30 and both are worth the investment. May 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Will these armors slip in the pockets of a Vega Tactical jacket? Thanks! Oct 6, 2013
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Michael F: unsure about that specific jacket. But i have used this armor in all 3 jackets i own now for over a year.
Winter Jacket - Bilt
summer Jacket - off brand
race Jacket - Perrini

They have fit great with every jacket (and once warmed) you don't even notice they are there.
flexibility is greater than any standard armor out there i've found in most jackets. Unless you are going into something like the alpinestars GP pro level, this would be a great upgrade for any jacket.

i would say, great fit, flexibility, as well a protection. You will get the same protection in the heat of summer, as you will in winter.
Plus + they can absorb repeated impacts as well without failure. which is ALWAYS in the back of my mind every time i twist that throttle. ;)
Oct 7, 2013
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Mark O: I can't say for sure that they'll fit your Vega jacket, but I have fitted these ( and the forcefield arm armor pads) in both my Vulcan leather jacket and my Scorpion Evo Ventech II jacket. I measured the CE1 armor that came with the jackets and these were close enough to fit, they seem to be pretty standard size. This armor is much more comfortable and flows air better. Oct 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: Will it fit an Olympia Airglide jacket? I have an older one, I think a 2. Apr 28, 2015
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Walter G: I was looking at the jacket and it looks similar to my scorpion jacket. The pads should fit but it will be tight Apr 29, 2015
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Ariel G asked: Is this item able to fit inside a Rev'it Galactic Jacket? Aug 7, 2013
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Chris KStaff: The REV'IT! Galactic Jacket already comes with shoulder armor, however, you could replace it with the forcefield option without an issue. Aug 8, 2013
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Jose E asked: What's the thickness between the FBA Shoulder Gray and the FBA shoulder Yellow. On your site it has the yellow at 9mm but not on the gray? and what which ones better? Mar 31, 2015
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