REV'IT! Seesoft Hip Protectors RV01
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REV'IT Seesoft RV01 Hip Protectors

The REVIT Tryonic Seesoft hip protectors are made of a highly impact-resistant blend of synthetic memory foam that is multi-impact rated and CE Certified to the European standard EN1621-1:2012. The protectors are composed of multiple layers. The memory foam will absorb the first impact but the transmitted energy to the joint is further reduced by the shifting layer concept. The different layers employ a unique shifting-layer feature that provides extra protection in the event of a crash. When the protector is under the impact, the individual memory foam layers will shift relative to each other, which disperses the force of the crash over a larger surface area and effectively minimizes the force that is transmitted to the body.

Sold as a pair.

Note: Rev'It! made a production change to all pant hip armor pockets in 2014. Your Rev'It! Pants must have hip armor pockets with a blue Tryonic label, as shown below, for these hip protectors to fit correctly. For pants that do not have the blue Tryonic label, use the SAS-TEC Replacement Hip Armor.

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Good not great
These fit right in the Rev'It Air Wave pants, and it's nice to have some fairly flexible hip protection for a really economical price.

After riding with these a while, for some reason they kept pinching on one hip. I tried to readjust the placement a few times, so I have to admit, it might just be that I didn't get them dialed in just right. But I got impatient and placed an order on Revzilla for the Forcefield hip protectors, based on my fantastic experience with their back protectors. Frankly I like those much better (comfortable and I think better padding).

So I think the Forcefield hip pads are worth the extra money if you can spring for them but they are double the cost-- so get these if you're watching the budget closely. Better than no protection by a long shot!
June 23, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2014 Honda NC700X ABS
Bang For The Buck
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Protection and value
I received my hip pads very quickly - thank you Revzilla! I've seen some comments that these pads are a tight fit: they are, but that's how they're supposed to be (nothing worse than protective pads sliding around in your gear). These pads fit EXACTLY into the pockets, you just need to be patient and take your time installing them. I agree that they should come with the pants. However, that is the manufacturer trying to remain price competitive and not Revzilla's issue.
August 12, 2015
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A must have upgrade if safety is your concern
I bought these as an upgrade for the foam inserts on my Rev'it Sand 2 pants. Inserting them into the pants is a bit of a chore, as they seem to be cut the opposite way you would expect them to be (or at least that is how it looks form the instructions). It takes some patience to get them in place, as the fit is VERY tight. This, however, seems to be the case anytime I replace this type of armor. But once in place, they blend so well with the pant design that I frankly forgot I had them there until I got to write this review. Seriously, you do no notice them in place, but they offer solid protection and are made with top grade/high tech materials. I did a 6,500 mile trip wearing these pants every day, so I know they are comfortable.
August 19, 2014
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Quality product, but....
Looks like a well made product that would provide good protection if needed, but in my case, they make the pants kind of stiff and a bit uncomfortable in the hips. I'm going to attribute that to my height (or lack thereof). YMMV.
June 16, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2012 Triumph Bonneville SE
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Get them they are worth it. *You* are worth it.
I have the Rev'It tornado pants and the Cyclegear special jacket that goes with it. I bought the spine protector to go into the jacket and the hip pads to go with the pants.

The spine protector requires a little bit of force to fit in the pocket but I have never had the slightest difficulty with the hip pads like you see described here, I don't know what the difference is from my products to theirs.

Recently I was in a relatively minor accident (20-30mph, slid maybe 30meters). I hit on my hips and slid on my back. No damage to flesh or bone in either place!

My pants have a little bit of abrasion to the fabric on the right knee and my jacket has similar on my lower back and elbows, otherwise they're still good and I wear them to work over my scrubs every day.

The pants and jacket are so easy to get on and off, and quite comfortable. The jacket's cut does give you a gut kinda. I'm a fit guy so that is not a benefit aesthetically but sometimes when my backpack is full I can fit some extra groceries underneath haha.

I did make a line of stitching on the knee armor pockets. The velcro that makes them "adjustable" is very weak and they kept dropping to the bottom of the pocket, too low for my fit. A needle and thread, maybe 20 minutes and I stitched them closed beneath the pad where I wanted it and that problem was solved.

Would buy again! Especially with that cyclegear discount on the jacket price! Unbeatable.

Most important: Zips snaps and velcro on the jacket are still like-new strength and quality after almost a year of near daily usage.
February 1, 2016
Ride:
2012 Kawasaki Ninja 250R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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cheap insurance
I haven't tested the crash worthiness of these protectors, but I view them as cheap insurance to protect my hips. I've fallen off bicycles several times and one of the most painful injuries is taking a blow to the side of the hip. That deep pain is the worst. Even if I had to compromise comfort or pay big money, I'd get hip protectors. The fact that these are comfortable and $20 makes them a no-brainer.
March 1, 2016
Bang For The Buck
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Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
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Comfort
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Air Flow
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should come with the pants!
Get these! Hips are vulnerable and slow to heal. I'm very thankful I was wearing these, I flopped my bike over when I found some unexpected sand on the road. My sore bruised hip could've been much worse.

Only complaint is I wish it covered a larger area, however it protected me when it counted.
September 9, 2015
Ride:
1997 BMW F650 Funduro
Bang For The Buck
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Protection & Durability
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Features
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Comfort
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Air Flow
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High quality hip-pad for added crash protection.
Added these hip pads to the Sand 2 pant, which didn't come stock with hip protection. The quality is great, and the fit is even better. They're sized to fit the hip protector pockets in the Sand 2 in a specific alignment, so you don't even feel them while wearing the pant.

I took a couple of spills in the Sand 2 with these hip protectors and they bounced me right back. For an extra couple of bucks, to not be rubbing your hips the next morning, it's well worth the additional purchase. For hips like mine that have taken quite a few slides over the years, it's a necessary product.

If you're reading this, then take my recommendation and buy them. If you're not in the market for hip protection, then you haven't learned your lesson and you're not reading this review.
June 17, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2011 Husqvarna TE630
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
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Air Flow
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Cheap and Light
These hip protectors are cheap and fit well in my REV'IT Airwave pants, but they have a few disadvantages. They are a bit stiff when first getting on and off the bike, and could be uncomfortable for someone wearing multiple layers. Once I'm on my bike or walking around I forget they are they after a few minutes. They don't ventilate particularly well, like most armor; they can be a bit hot in the southern California summer. Great value for the money though.
August 24, 2015
Ride:
2015 KTM RC390
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Tight Fit on Airwave Pants
I picked these up to add to my RevIt Airwave pants. Installation was -tight-. Where there was little work in securing the hook-n-loop (velcro) fasteners.

Once on, the pads are pretty transparent and don't feel like they are in the way or obstruct any movement.
June 29, 2015
Ride:
1992 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6
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Why did you choose this?
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I Bougth the Tornado 2 pants
Alvaro L on Sep 24, 2016
Fits the Rev'it jeans.
James S on Sep 17, 2016
I Bougth the Tornado 2 pants
Alvaro L on Sep 24, 2016
To add to the orlando H2O jeans for a little more added protection.
Tim M on Sep 22, 2016
Fits the Rev'it jeans.
James S on Sep 17, 2016
to go in the pants
erik C on Sep 8, 2016
These go with my enterprise pants.
Omer K on Aug 28, 2016
Rev'it Tornado pants have accommodation for these hip pads, so I thought the added protection would be a good idea.
Bob T on Jul 9, 2016
To replace the foam pads in a pair of men's REV'IT! Sand 2 Pants
Ikara P on May 24, 2016
Wanted as much protection as I could in the Oralndo H2O jeans. Plan on using the jean during long rides
Phillip M on May 24, 2016
To fit in my Rev'it pants. I love their products and would like to be protected as much as I can be on my bike.
Fianne v on May 24, 2016
bought a used pair and wanted to ad hip protection in the pocket designed for this.
Tkar on May 14, 2016
I like my hips.
Jack G on Apr 21, 2016
airwave pants don't come with hip protection
Sarah G on Mar 15, 2016
perfect match for my Rev'it jeans
Kevin K on Mar 6, 2016
Safety first !!!
Pajak on Mar 5, 2016
gone down a few times off road and hip protectors are a must!
lowell T on Mar 4, 2016
Not included with tornado pants, just like back protector with jacket. Oh well, still good gear
D F O on Jan 16, 2016
I got these to go in the Gear 2 Pants
Jeremy S on Jan 11, 2016
For my Revit pants for much needed protection.
Rahim D on Jan 10, 2016
Surprised it wasn't included.
Samuel L on Dec 17, 2015
For my Hunter Suit.
RODRIGO P M on Dec 16, 2015
Was missing them for my girlfriend's Rev'It riding pants
Flaco70 on Dec 15, 2015
A must with riding pants for added protection.
VERNON T on Dec 15, 2015
De facto armor for Rev'It pants.
Yong B on Dec 15, 2015
This is designed for the Sand 2 pants and fit very well. Hopefully I won't find out how well it works.
F G on Dec 10, 2015
did not come with my pants
Humberto K on Nov 30, 2015
required part
RICKIE T on Nov 28, 2015
Wanted to upgrade the Hip Armor in my Rev'it One Piece Suit. These seemed like the best option
Paul M on Nov 27, 2015
Husband wanted
Susan k on Nov 24, 2015
Padding that comes with the Rev'It Sand 2 Pants is inadequate. You want to protect your hips, then buy this. Simple.
RICHARD R on Nov 22, 2015
The point of the pants are to prevent road rash, the pads prevent joint injury, why buy one with out the other?
Sparky925 on Nov 19, 2015
The sales person was great help and patient
" " on Nov 8, 2015
Why not have the extra protection.
Redman13 on Nov 3, 2015
These make my Rev'IT Sands 2 pants feel complete. They can feel a little snug if you tighten the side straps.
Aprilia Man on Oct 17, 2015
They fit with the riding pants that I bought and I wanted the extra protection.
Mark T on Oct 12, 2015
Needed Hip Protectors for the Airwave pants that I bought for my brother.
theSkywalker on Oct 7, 2015
Protection, got my revit enterprise pants and want to complement them with the hip protection.
J U on Oct 6, 2015
Riding jeans I purchased designed with inserts, did not come with the Hip Protectors; this is Jean Manufacturer's recommended Hip Protectors
Henry M on Sep 23, 2015
They fit my Revit pants
Monte W on Sep 23, 2015
I bought them for the peace of mind. I'm happy to report they have a very low profile. Definitely would recommend this to anyone getting motorcycle pants with out any hip protection.
MrMustachio94 on Sep 18, 2015
Want to try them in my Roadcrafter.
Neil H on Sep 13, 2015
Good price for more protection
Craig L on Sep 10, 2015
my Sand2 pant's don't come with the hip protectors
Mark W on Sep 5, 2015
It was the hip armor suggested for my Rev'it jeans
Vinton K on Aug 19, 2015
purchased for airwave pants
Jeremy D on Aug 9, 2015
I purchased Rev'it Jersey jeans and felt they needed more protection.
David B on Aug 4, 2015
I really like the Rev'it Airwave pants and jacket I purchase here from Revzilla. I purchased the seesoft back protector (separately) for the jacket and it is comfortable and high quality. I wanted to add these hip protectors to the pants for the most protection.
Jonathan L on Jul 19, 2015
Because they are the hips protectors for my revit airwave pants
steven w on Jul 17, 2015
Ordered the REV'IT Airway Pants and wanted the additional protection
Martin K on May 27, 2015
Felt it was an essential part of the protection package and should have been included with the pants.
Ed L on May 27, 2015
to go with the airwave pants
michael G on May 24, 2015
To add to the orlando H2O jeans for a little more added protection.
Tim M on Sep 22, 2016
to go in the pants
erik C on Sep 8, 2016
So do these come in pairs or do I need to purchase two items? Sorry just started riding and not sure if hip protectors come with one or two. I just want to know before I purchase. Thanks!
David W on Jul 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they do come in a pair. It says so in the description.
How tight should these fit in the 2014 Airwave pants? (They have the blue tag).

I tried putting them in, and they are really tight , not sure if I can close the velcro. I understand you don't want them moving around, I just want to make sure I am doing it right!

Thanks!
Fishbulb on Jun 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Jac,

I have installed these in my Revit Airwaves and even removed and reinstalled to wash them once (pants not the pads). My Airwaves are size large and the protectors do entirely and snugly fit the pocket made for them. Once they are completely fitted to the perimeter of the pocket the velcro closure works fine without any stretching.

Make sure the protector is fully unrolled and aligned with all the edges of the pocket before trying to close the velcro. Also make sure to follow the directions to put them in the correct orientation, and the right one in the right pocket, proper side up and proper face outward.

They are quite comfortable to wear and don't bother me at all while wearing them.
will this fit the rev'it 2013 nelson jeans?
David K on May 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: probably not. they do not fit tornado pants and I was told they would. nice pad so we made our own pocket for it,you will probably have to do the same. good luck
I have the Sand 2 pants , which I bought 3 months ago, but according to RevZilla, this protector won't fit them since they don't have the Tryonic tag on them. However, when I remove the current protectors they are very similar to the RV01 shape. So, does the RV01 fit?
A shopper on Sep 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I just tried them in my pre-2014 Sand 2 and Airwave pants (XXL). They don't fit. I used the flimsy foam insert that came with the pants as a pattern, and trimmed the Seesoft RV01 hip protectors with a utility knife and scissors. I used a sharpy to outline the pattern. The shape is approximate, but fits tight in the pocket. I fitted mine with the blue side in. I hope that's OK. Feels good when the pant is on.
Will these pads work in a RevIt hunter suit? they look to be the right shape, but the pockets don't have the blue labels on them.
Thanks!
A shopper on Dec 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I am going to guess that they won't fit. I was shipped a pair of Enterprise pants that had the eva foam pads (as the hunter suite has in it's description), but the shape wasn't the same. You could probably cut them to fit if you wanted to go that direction...?
I bought Rev'it enterprise pants last year. They don't have the blue label but the standard foam is the same shape as these. Will it fit in there?
A shopper on May 14, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I stuffed a pair of pads out of my old Tourmaster flex's into my Airwave pants while I was waiting for these to arrive and the fit wasn't ideal but it worked, so i don't see why not.
Will it work on a Revit TT Suit? The pads looks like the same shape, and totally different from de SAS-TEC ones.
David L on Sep 22, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Is they're the same shape or almost the same shape, I would say yes. And you can always cut them if you need to. It's still better protection that the SAS-TEC ones.
Can someone tell me the dimensions of this hop protector ? It has been out of stock for awhile , and I am trying to by a force field or perhaps Rukka hip guard instead .... If they will fit in my Revitalization Tornado pants ....
Vincent L on Jun 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Approx 20 cm long x 16.5 cm wide x 1 cm thick
Will this fit the Rev'it Poseidon pants?
Gavin T on May 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Well I do not have the same model pants you are asking about but the seesoft hip pads are very flexible . I actually trimmed them to fit both my Revit pants and my wifes.
They definitely offer more protection than what came with the pants and fir $19.99 well worth the price.
Will this hip protector fit into the Rev'it Campo pant?
Rick S on Aug 16, 2015