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Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert

CE Level 1 Rated throughout, and offering great, slim-line performance for a great price! Great performance upgrade for any motorcycle jacket; instantly and vastly improve the safety aspect of your jacket. The Forcefield Back Insert is designed to be soft, flexible and comfortable.

Features:

  • RPT (Repeat Performance Technology)
  • Comfortable and nonrestrictive
  • Molds to body shape
  • Perforated and breathable
  • Flexible
  • Lightweight
  • CE-approved, Level 1

Insert Measurements
001 385mm Height
285mm Widest Point
002 445mm Height
340mm Widest Point
003 425mm Height
270mm Widest Point
011 500mm Height
265mm Widest Point

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Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert 4.8 5 39 39
Everything I looked for. I bought a Built jacket not long ago, and it came with foam back insert. I knew it needed a replacement, and these were the features I was looking for: It had to be a good fit; It had to be light w/ good air flow; It had to be in a reasonable price range. And this was it. The fit was snug, and it was light yet I could tell it'd definitely provide far more superior protection than the foam insert. (Though I prefer to never test it under real situation) And the price was just right. And as always, great support by Revzilla team! January 10, 2015
Great product I purchased this to replace the foam back pad in a joe rocket atomic 4 jacket. The number 2 size was an exact size replacement and the sport lite protector fits really well without being too bulky that I think the more expensive back protector will be. If you have a tight fitting jacket this one will work better. December 22, 2014
Good product just a little heavy I bought this to upgrade my Powertrip Mojave jacket back foam pad. It's not a perfect fit, it is about an inch shorter than the pocket. It is a baggy mesh pocket and the foam pad was very light so the heavier Forcefield pad will tend to sag down in the pocket until you get the jacket on and situated. I've already started sewing mine to the jacket back with some kevlar thread which is not easy by hand. I have a couple of spots sewed in already and it is helping to hold it in place and the thread is not very noticeable. I'm going to sew about 5 spots total. This is a fairly cheap set-up for some good protection December 3, 2014
Airflowin Great back protector that flows alot of air through it. Its easily trimmable in case you move it into a jacket its not designed for. Crazy flexible so it conforms to you back when you go into "Guy Martin" mode. September 8, 2014
Should work good, just a little heavier than I expected I guess that is the trade off for good protection, If this is the lite one I'm glad I didn't get the thicker one. I'm using it in a Sedici Arturo jacket and it was a little smaller than the original insert. It moves around more than I'd like. I'll fix that slop somehow with some customization. September 8, 2014
Great Features at a Great Price I bought this back protector as it was the recommended replacement for the flimsy foam pad in my AGV Sport Canyon jacket. I have not tested the back protector in a fall, but it feels like it will do its job and it is so comfortable you don't even notice that it is there. The price is great and the reassurance this piece provides is well worth the already awesome price. I would recommend this back protector to anyone looking to replace the useless foam pad in their daily jacket. August 12, 2014
I like it I bought the Forcefield Lite back protector (001) to put in my Joe Rocket mesh jacket instead of the foam wafer that came in it. The Forcefield back protector feels much more substantial then the foam pad. The foam pad was lighter and flowed more air, however, I believe the trade off is worth the greater protection. The Forcefield is tolerable, but in hot weather, your back is going to sweat where it's touching you. If it's really hot, I will arch my back a bit to open up some air space between my skin and the protector to get some airflow in. After a couple rides with it, I don't even think about it. It's just part of my jacket. It also contours to my back better than the foam pad ever did. One really bad thing... it smelled horrendous out of the package. It smelled like a tire. I hung it outside for 3 days to air it out, but it still stinks. I've been riding with it for a few months now, and it stinks a lot less, but it still stinks. All that being said, I'm happy enough with it that I'm considering the other Forcefield armor shoulders, elbows, knees for replacements in the rest of my jacket and pants. August 4, 2014
Flexible, lightweight, compact This is now my back protector of choice. Great price, flexible, good air flow, and it fit perfectly in my Icon jacket (S). Word of warning, it will off-gas and smell of strong chemical for a day or two after unpacking but that subsides. August 4, 2014
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Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Norman D: OEM protector was a one time use, which would not be of much use if you were bouncing down the road. This protector will protect you much better. Jan 2, 2015
Orin P: To go onto my scorpion admiral jacket. I haven't went down to test it out. But its nice to have the peace mind. When or if I ever do I protected in a crash. Dec 15, 2014
Im H: To replace the flimsy, foamy one the jacket came with,
I didn't want anything too bulky and based on reviews this one fit the bill.
Nov 28, 2014
Sean C: Protection to place in pocket of my kevlar/denim jacket Sep 18, 2014
Robert F: Upgrade to my joe rocket jacket. CE rated protection. Fit perfectly. Jul 27, 2014
Ken A: because it is the correct back protector for my airwave and the Airwave has a substandard back protector Jul 25, 2014
spencer b: because it fit the AGV sport Shadow jacket I had ordered and it being a textile jacket I wanted just a little more coverage that the kevlar. Jul 6, 2014
Steven K: I bought this to beef up the back armor in my AGV jacket. Very thin foam pad came with the jacket. Jun 20, 2014
Jon W: Wanted a lite and flexible back protector for my new jacket. Jun 5, 2014
Neal C: I tried the level 2 model in my Alpinestars jacket, but it was too bulky for street riding. Figured SOME protection was better than the phony pad that came with the jacket. Jun 3, 2014
Thomas R: Upgrade for foam back protector Jun 2, 2014
Stephen B: Bought for street riding in a snug jacket - have the CE2 Pro version already and love it, but wanted a more streamlined version for light use. May 29, 2014
Rob B: I bought this to go in the back of my AGV Willow jacket. The reviews were positive and I like the technology. May 28, 2014
Dan T: Great back insert. Love it. I got it to replace the stock back protector that came with the Joe Rocket 4.0 Atomic Jacket. The Forcefield protector is thicker than the stock pad and it offers better protection, but the thing that really sets it apart is the flexibility. Because it is so flexible, I often forget that its in the jacket, which is a far cry from the stock protector because every time I stand up with the stock protector in, I know it's there. May 20, 2014
Robert W: Add on to an inexpensive summer weight jacket; replaces the thin solid foam 'non-protector' that came with the jacket. Also it is perforated so will NOT be heating up my back for the occasional 90 degree days May 11, 2014
KENNETH B: a great replacement insert for an original pad that was too stiffl May 3, 2014
Victor Q: I bought this because once I slipped my bike and just slid on it like a hockey puck and never got heard and it barely got damaged. So I bought a second one for another jacket Apr 10, 2014
Duy T: For my girlfriends back protection Apr 3, 2014
Joshua B: safety, comfort Mar 27, 2014
Gary B: I was told by Revzilla Customer Service that this was one of the best back protectors to buy for the Tour Master Intake Air 3 Jacket. I trust them. Mar 23, 2014
P O: Feel it's worth the investment to replace basic pad that came in Speed And Strength jacket. Mar 12, 2014
Greggory G: wanted more protection than a foam pad on my back. Mar 11, 2014
Euan F: Stock back protector in my Vanson jacket was thick, hot & uncomfortable. This should be a big improvement. Dec 26, 2013
S C: ? Dec 23, 2013
Fredrik G: Need well ventilated protection(lives in Brasil) Dec 9, 2013
wesley z: safety and it fit the jacket Sep 10, 2013
A shopper asked: What size back protector do I need for my Dainese Bruce Jacket size 52? Sep 12, 2013
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Steven C: I'm answering my own question. I bought the Force Field SPORT LITE Back Protector in size 003. I didn't want the Force Field PRO Back Protector specifically made for Dainese because it's thicker. I wanted something lighter, thinner, and comfortable when sitting in a chair. I chose this size because it's the closest to the size listed for the Dainese WAVE Back Protector. Dainese also has a SHIELD AIR back protector which is slightly bigger. Anyways, when installing the Sport Lite, I realized that my jacket has 2 sleeves in the back protector pocket (a smaller sleeve for the Wave, and a bigger sleeve for the Shield Air). The Sport Lite in the bigger sleeve makes the back protector stand a little leaned over. The Sport Lite installed upside down in the smaller sleeve is an excellent fit; almost perfect. This is what I recommend for other riders. Sep 17, 2013
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Douglas H: I'm looking to put one in a Bruce size 56. Does the 003 upsside down wiggle around at all or move? does the coverage appear to be good? Sep 23, 2013
Steven C: Correct, the 003 upside down in the smaller sleeve does NOT wiggle around. The width of the protector matches the width of the smaller sleeve and keeps the protector from moving around. However, it is a little short length-wise (1-2 inches). But this is okay because the weight of the protector makes it sit still at the bottom of the pocket. The 003 installed upright in the bigger sleeve makes it stand tilted and is NOT recommended. The 003 cannot be installed upright in the small sleeve because of the egg-shaped sleeve of the jacket.

The back protector provides adequate coverage. It covers the majority of the back. The uppermost part of my back and lowermost part of my back is NOT covered. This is because the pocket does not extend that far up or far down.

It is a very good fit. The wider 001 size may fit well in the bigger sleeve pocket but it's even shorter than the 003 size. The taller 002 size is nice but might be too wide. The 003 is an excellent fit and the Pro model specific for Dainese may be the only better fit. Sep 23, 2013
A s: I bought a small for my size 50 dainese strato sport, it's a good fit. I don't believe a med would fit. I measured the back protector pocket to help find the correct size.
Also, the shape of the forcefield protector keeps the insert in place in the back pocket. On my jacket the pocket is almost square and a narrower insert would fall over. Hope this helps
Sep 12, 2013
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Louis D: Every positive you have read is true, my only wish is that the tail needs to come down an inch or two for better spine coverage. Sep 26, 2013
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Jorge Luis Vazqyez O: I don't know because I baught it for a rev'it. But I can tell you that it's a great product. Sep 12, 2013
A S asked: Hi guy's

What exactly are the dimensions of this product in inches? I would like to replace the one in my Harley Davidson jacket.
Dec 28, 2014
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Cody F: Hi, Forcefield's size chart converted to inches:

Insert Height Widest Point
001 385 mm (15.2 inches) 285 mm (11.2 inches)
002 445 mm (17.5 inches) 340 mm (13.4 inches)
003 425 mm (16.7 inches) 270 mm (10.6 inches)
006 360 mm (14.2 inches) 240 mm (9.4 inches)
010 430 mm (16.9 inches) 265 mm (10.4 inches)
011 500 mm (19.7 inches) 265 mm (10.4 inches)

We've purchased the 001 (for a RS Taichi jacket) and 010 (for a Dainese G2 jacket). I measured the 001 at 14+3/4 height and 11+1/8 width, and the 010 at 16+3/4 height and 10+1/2 width; so pretty close to what they list.

We like the super-lite protectors, though thankfully haven't tested them yet.
Jan 17, 2015
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KENNETH B: The pictured product is 17" x 13". I bought this - I own this product. BUT TO GET THIS PRODUCT, YOU MUST ORDER THE "002" SIZE, not the 001 in the upper left corner of the picture. Ken Jan 15, 2015
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Kenneth M: 10 1/4 " Wide x 16 1/4 " Tall Jan 13, 2015
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James V asked: Hi,
I was wondering which / size shape is the closest to a Knox® Advance X pad?
My jacket is a Rev'it Monti, XL.
Thanks!
Dec 25, 2014
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Paul P: I don't know about fitting the Rev'it Monti, but my Rev'it Tornado (large) has plenty of room for this protector. The thing I found though (which may not bother you) it is heavier than the worthless foam back protector the jacket came with, and when you have your jacket partially unzipped, the weight pulls the jacket back and down. When zipped up fully, it's fine. This was a small trade off for the extra protection. Dec 25, 2014
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Louis D: i'm afraid that forcefield makes what they make. It will not be a perfect fit but it will. Good luck and happy holidays. Dec 25, 2014
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John L: How would I know the answer to this? I've never seen a Know pad. Dec 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: How do I determine the true fit for my Harley Davidson jacket? I am a large in the jacket and I am 5'8 in height. Dec 27, 2014
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MARK L: I am 5x8 too I ordered a 002 for my joe rocket mesh jacket great fit
...remember it is an after market product the fit will not be precise ....I have no.problem.with the product .....THANK GOD I didn't.need it yet
Dec 27, 2014
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Brett T: Is there an insert compartment in your jacket? Mine has a mesh 'pocket' for inserting the back armor, fit perfect in my technic jacket and my buddys yamaha jacket Dec 31, 2014
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Lewis S asked: I want to upgrade my Fly FLux Air Mesh jackeht with Forcefield armour. Looking for back, shoulder, and elbows. Which product (flat or pre-formed)? Will this armour fit my jacket? The armour looks too big. Jul 23, 2014
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LOUIS D: I bought the Forcefield back protector for a newly purchased Dainese perforated leather jacket. I wanted a flexible and breathable back protector and I am very happy with the Forcefield armour. It would be a good idea to call the revzilla team and ask them about the fit for your specific jacket and their suggestion for your particular riding style. The Revzilla techs are very knowledgeable about the products they sell and will attempt to guide you to a product that is geared to you. Jul 23, 2014
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MARK L: You can make a temp plate if your non ce armour that came with your jacket and cut the force field brand to make it fit or have someone sew a pocket in the size of the protector Jul 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a Triumph Mesh Jacket. The Backpad (foam) is 16" x 14". If I get the type 2 (17.5" x 13.38"). I would need to shave off .75" from top AND bottom, Is this easily done? I would have .31 on each side width-wise to spare. Is there a picture of the TYPE 2 so I can use it to reference ? Thanks in advance. Mar 25, 2014
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KENNETH B: It's a piece of cake to cut. In fact, there are actually 4 separate layers and each piece measures just a little from the others. As a lawyer, I would never suggest this, but I have split the 4 layer pad in 2, just to make it more flexible and cooler in the super hot, humid and long Louisiana Summer. Ken Apr 25, 2014
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John B: Excluding all the "TEXT" above, is this thing easy to cut to size? Mar 26, 2014
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A shopper asked: What Forcefield back protector fits a Cortec GX-Air? Feb 6, 2014
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KENNETH B: I don't have your jacket. I bought Forcefield Lite for Joe Rocket/PowerTrip. But if your current back pad looks like the 001 to the right, buy the 002. I know this doesn't sound right, but I've ordered again and had to double check what I bought the first time - it's 002. Ken Feb 18, 2014
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John L: Size 002 works for Cortech / Tourmaster. It's a tight fit but with a little manipulation of the back protector it will fit. Feb 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the thickness of this pad and also that of the "Pro" model? Oct 10, 2012
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RevZilla: The Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert is 5/8 inch thick (16 mm), while the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro is 1 1/8 inch thick (29 mm). Oct 11, 2012
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AP79: The Sport Lite is about 3/8 of an inch. Can't speak to the Pro model. Oct 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: What Forcefield back protector will fit a mens medium/42 Tourmaster Intake 3.0 Aug 29, 2012
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AP79: The Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert Type B - Medium fit in my Tourmater Air Intake 2 jacket w/o modification. Assuming since the back pads are the same in both the Intake 2 and Intake 3 that this would work in yours also. Keep in mind that the Sport Lite is CE Level 1 not Level 2. Oct 14, 2012
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RevZilla: The Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert will not fit in Tour Master Intake Air 3 Jacket, as their back protector compartment is oddly shaped. Your best bet is trying the Roland Sands CE Armor or SAS-TEC Back Protector and trimming it. Aug 30, 2012
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Michael M asked: Which size will fit my Firstgear Rush mesh jacket size large? Jan 28, 2014
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Alvin M: Michael, take the back protector out of your jacket and measure it's height and width. Compare that measurement to the forcefield size chart. select the size A,B,C that fits your jacket. Jan 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: The large is about one inch to tall to fit in the back protector pocket on my jacket... Is there any reason that I could not trim a little off the bottom to make it fit? Dec 23, 2012
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RevZilla: Although slightly altering the Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert to fit your back protector pocket will void the warranty, it will not compromise its functionality and effectiveness. Dec 27, 2012
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A shopper asked: Which one will fit my dainese avro textil 46? Oct 5, 2012
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RevZilla: The Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert will not fit your Dainese Avro Textile Jacket. We recommend checking out the Forcefield BackPad Insert Pro for Dainese, which is specifically designed to be used in Dainese jackets. Oct 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: Size Medium Sep 12, 2012
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RevZilla: The Speed & Strength Call To Arms Jacket will take a a size Medium Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert. Sep 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: size 48 Aug 19, 2012
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RevZilla: Your size 48 REV'IT! Ignition 2 Jacket will take a size Small Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert. Aug 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: I have a joe rocket sonic 2.0 in a size medium, what size back insert would I need? thanks Jul 8, 2012
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RevZilla: You would need a Type B size Medium in the Forcefield Sport Lite Back Protector Insert, for your Joe Rocket Sonic 2.0 Jacket size Medium. Jul 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: is there a forcefield back protector for Spidi jackets? (CE 1 or 2) May 2, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, the Forcefield Back Pad Pro shape B size Medium will fit in the pocket of Spidi Jackets with out any modifications. May 2, 2012
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001 617864 FBPI-1-S-B In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
002 617866 FBPI-1-M-B In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
003 872150 FF-1023-003 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
011 942142 FF-1023-011 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours