Icon D3O Shoulder Pads
These pads feel like a big improvement from the original pads the jacket came with and are way more comfortable as well. Great value!
March 23, 2015
Perfect upgrade to stock padding
I put these in my leather alpinestars jacket replacing the stock pads. I had other d3O products and I love that they soft and harden when impacted.
March 7, 2015
Excellent upgrade to standard protection.
I decided to upgrade all of the armor in my Scorpion Helix jacket. I ordered the elbow, shoulder, and back protectors. The are so comfortable and the jacket fits better and makes me feel safer. I trust D3o armor more than the standard protection in the jacket.
December 15, 2014
Pads fit perfectly my 2006 Harley jacket.
Cannot say more about durability and air flow but Pads seem to be a good design and well done.
November 19, 2014
Flexible, protective pads fit comfortable within tighter coats.
I love these pads, and love their price even more. I own both these and the Forcefield Net replacement armor, and prefer these in my tighter fitting leather jackets as they are more comfortable.
October 20, 2014
This armor pads are better fitting than the previous stock pads. Happy with the price too!
October 6, 2014
A great upgrade
I bought these as replacements for the standard armor that came with my Icon Device jacket. They are slightly smaller all around than the Field armor that is shipped with the jacket, but fits securely enough that I don't believe the D30 armor will shift around in a real crash. The D30 armor is less bulky and more flexible, hence more comfortable. And the performance vs price makes the D30 armor a smart choice.
September 15, 2014
Excellent replacement armor at an amazing price
I bought a full set of Icon D3O armor to replace the old armor in my race suit. The armor itself is actually generic D3O T5 Evo armor (CE Level 1, but very near Level 2). It is incredible value for what it costs. To get to true CE Level 2 you have to pay at least twice as much.
The armor is lightweight, flexible and comfortable. It conforms to the shape of your body and doesn't dig into your flesh. I basically couldn't feel it when I don my race suit. I haven't tested it in action but I think it will hold up well for anything but the nastiest crashes.
The D3O material feels a bit slick, like new tires. If you want to bond it to something, roughen it up with medium sandpaper or a fine file, and clean with isopropyl alcohol first. Mine bonded to velcro with nylon backing easily using cyanoacrylate glue (i.e. super glue).
September 11, 2014