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SaS Tec armor is made of a polyurethane foam material, without a hard shell or edges, which surpasses the required CE values by 50%. The closed air cells function by means of progressive absorption; the material is soft and flexible in its normal state but a sudden impact will cause the protectors to harden and absorb the impact without transmitting the force to the body.
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Fabricio R T:They are thin and very malleable, you can barely notice then when they are installed. Luckily, I had never crashed with then, so I can't attest their crash-worthiness, but I'm confident on them.Oct 20, 2013
Dennis M:Definitely. This armor offers the highest level of CE protection possible, so it is definitely level 2. I replaced the hip armor in my Olympia Ranger 3 pants with the SAS-Tec armor. It was a perfect fit and is actually more comfortable than the originals because they are soft and pliable when at rest.Sep 6, 2013
Peter A:Indee it does meet CE requirements. Mine is Level 1. I believe Level 2. CE armor is now a aila le CRM Das-tech, It's terrific stuff. Revzilla is great to deal with. They'll give you the straightforward on any thingSep 4, 2013
Elton P:They are not thicker, are thinner than the ones I replaced. They taper from the center to all the edges, so are not just one thickness. They don't have wider coverage, they have better protection when you need them. I rode on the Washington Backcountry Discovery Route last fall and they kept me from getting hurt. I fell off the bike 6 times in two days, landing on my side most of the time. Just low speed tip overs in rocks mostly. I was glad I had updated to them.Apr 22, 2014
Gary S:I am sold on SAS-TEC armor. The hip armor is not the largest but does a very nice job covering my hips. Fits Rev'it airwave pants very well. Excellent protection. Can also look at Seesoft Hip Protector if your pants are labeled for it.Apr 22, 2014
Scott H. W:What can I say other than when you are in an accident you will be glad you read the reviews.......and made the right choice. Ask the Revzilla salesfolks. They know best. Happy Trails, ScottApr 22, 2014
Armen A:David it is thicker than the pads used in some of the revit pants. Also depending in the pants, and the area of placement, make sure the pads fit into the pocket area for the pads. Good
LuckApr 22, 2014
John H:I'm not familiar with those specific pants, but I have SAS-TEC armor in four different pairs of pants. In my experience it fits as hip armor in any pants I've tried, and it is an excellent replacement for the cheap pads that the manufacturers should be embarrassed to call "armor."
However, I just purchased a set of Klim D3O T5 EVO Pro XT Replacement Hip Pads and it appears to be more substantial than the SAS-TE (and I'm a fan of SAS-TEC), Both seem to fit easily into any pants prepared for hip armor.Apr 22, 2014
Peter F:I can't tell you about these hip armor units will fit the Lombard Jeans or not. You would be best checking directly with RevIT! for that answer. I can tell you that the Poseidon pants I have have a grey SAS-TEC tag on the sleeve where the armor fits into the pants. Some of the newer pants have a SEESOFT tag which is the other type of armor RevIT! is using. My Poseidon jacket, for example, uses the SEESOFT type armor for the back protector.
I hope this is helpful. Good luck and ride safely.Apr 22, 2014
Erik S:I bought these for my Aerostich road crafter pants, which include a place for hip guards...a Velcro sleeve (from aerostich) holds the sastec protector.
If the Lombards have a similar setup for hip guards then they should work but you might need the Velcro sleeve from Aerostich as there are no provisions on the protector for affixing them in your jeans/pants/etc...Apr 22, 2014
Nathan P:I've got a them in my Revit Tornado pants right now. I ordered the pants a size large(to wear as overpants) and these fit no problem. Very comfortable, I don't even notice they are there.Oct 21, 2013
A shopper asked:I am considering ordering these hip pads to insert into inner hip pockets on my Firstgear pants. The pockets are 4" wide. But if the pad is not squishable it may not fit through the 4" opening. The rest of the pocket goes out to 5.5" at its widest and about 8 " long.Apr 29, 2012
JRBuell75:Measured just under 8 inches tall and about 5.5 inches wide. Can be trimmed to fit but sounds like an easy fit for you. SAS armor is very pliable, can be rolled up to fit through small opening. They fit the standard pockets in my Revit Airwave pants without modification. Completely transparent fit and comfort to original pads.Jun 11, 2012
A shopper asked:In the video for the pants it says the hip padding can be upgraded to this, but on this product description it does not specify the Turbine in the list of pants that accept these.Mar 7, 2012
RevZilla:This set of SAS-TEC Replacement Hip Armor will not fit the REV'IT! Turbine Pants due to the fact that the Turbine is equipped with a different padding shape then the REV'IT! Cayenne Pro, Defender, and Everest Pants.May 2, 2012
RevZilla:We can not speak on behalf of the Drift Jeans as we do not carry them. We only carry the Drayko Drifter Jeans, which the SAS-TEC Replacement Hip Armor will not fit in seeing as there is no hip protection pocket.Sep 19, 2012