REV'IT! Seesoft Hip Protectors RV01
Fits perfectly in Revit Jeans
I bought the as added protection for revit jeans but you'll need to order one size bigger jean because of thickness of protector.
August 25, 2015
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
Light weight and comfortable!
Great added protection for the riding pants. Worth the extra money for extra protection!
August 17, 2015
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
Not flexible, returned and replaced with Forcefield hip armor
I bought these to replace the foam hip armor that came in my Rev'it! Tornado pants. These were a tight fit in the hip armor pockets, but they did fit. The problem I had was that they did not bend in the direction necessary for hip armor. It felt like I had 3/4" thick plywood stuffed in my hip armor pockets. There was no way these would work for me. I returned them and replaced them with the Forcefield hip armor. The Forcefield armor was thicker, but much more flexible.
July 19, 2015
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
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 22, 2015
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