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Roland Sands Design CE Armor Kit

The Roland Sands Design CE Armor Kit beefs up the protection level of any RSD jacket equipped with armor pockets. Produced by Forcefield, the soft Nitrex Evo armor conforms to your body and offers a low profile appearance, making it perfect for riders who want to retain the retro look of their Roland Sands Jacket. 


  • Nitrex Evo patented technology gives protection evenly across surface
  • Repeat performance for multiple impacts
  • Lightweight and flexible
  • Grid pattern reduces weight
  • Fits all RSD jackets with armor ready pockets
  • CE rated 1621-1:1997
  • Includes pair of shoulder pads, pair of elbow pads and back protector
  • Sized specifically for either Men's or Women's RSD jackets
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Men's Jackets 933785 0807-0304-0050 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Women's Jackets 933786 0807-1304-0050 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Roland Sands CE Armor Kit 4.4 5 34 34
Exactly as advertised I bought this armor for my Roland Sands Clash Jacket and it's exactly as I expected. Low profile, fits perfectly in the jacket armor pockets. I can't really speak to how well it'll do in a crash (thankfully), but it achieves the look I wanted while still giving me a sense of protection. Most people don't even realize my jacket is armored until they pat me on the back or shoulder haha. November 5, 2015
So.... So you went and did it huh? You sunk a boatload of dough on a Roland Sands jacket that didn't even come with armor like all the rest? So now you're stuck buying the armor too... Well you made a good choice, this armor is lightweight, comfortable, and not insanely expensive unlike the jackets. Take pride in knowing that you made a good choice and most likely you won't notice it when installed on your new RSD. October 26, 2015
Fits Perfectly Ordered the RSD armor to put into my Clash jacket. The armor fits perfectly although some care is needed to avoid the velcro tabs from sticking onto the liner. The jacket definitely looks bulkier (mostly shoulder pads) and is noticeably heavier but is worth the extra peace of mind. October 1, 2015
Armor for Jacket Bought these inserts alongside the Roland Sands Clash Jacket. They are a flexible, rubberized material made from multiple layers sewn together. Got them into the jacket without too much of a hassle, and don't even notice them after a week or two. I haven't tested their effectiveness (and hope I never have to). September 30, 2015
Safety First... Protection is always protection. I'd love to have my Ronin Jacket with none of these (it would me much more comfortable, lighter and riskier if going faster), but since you cannot have bets of both world, this is as good as it gets. Ride Slow or Gear Up August 31, 2015
Fits great in the Clash jacket I purchased this armor to go with my Clash jacket that was purchased at the same time. I haven't had to test it yet, thank God, but I can say it fits that jacket perfectly. It offers nice coverage on the shoulders and quite a big area on the arms. It doesn't weigh much so it's not that noticeable on the bike and barely noticeable off the bike. I don't worry about it moving around at all. If you buy a RSD jacket this armor is a must have. There's no reason not to. August 28, 2015
Great product Love the armor it's so lightweight and comfortable that I wear the jacket even when not riding July 6, 2015
A great armor upgrade I have owned a jacket with "CE approved" armor for a few years now, but it has always bothered me greatly, what with its strange foam bits and a back protector that is as worthless as wearing an egg carton. This armor set definitely puts me more at ease, being flexible without compromising rigidity. It's a bit thicker than some of the armor I've seen, but I haven't come across an armor set that I would feel more confident about in this price ball-park. I am quite glad that I read reviews and went with the Roland Sands full kit (I got the option sized for women). I imagine this product will be with me for many years to come. June 22, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
chad h: Goes wtih my Ronin Jacket Nov 20, 2015
Joaquin d: Roland Sands is the best ! Nov 6, 2015
R O: to protect myself Oct 14, 2015
Jim L: I bought an RSD jacket, he has the right idea as a business man to make more proprietary stuff to bleed your wallet. It's quality though so I'm not miffed. Oct 7, 2015
S H: Reviews. Sep 23, 2015
Doug V: Unfortunately the RSD doesn't come with the armor and I don't ride without the armor. Sep 22, 2015
A S: A must have addition for my Ronin. Sep 20, 2015
Greg M: This armor had to go back, there was no way to get it into the RSD Barfly jacket comfortably for the forearm piece. I have tried a few RSD jackets and they are top notch, but have yet to try one that accomodates the armor easily and still fits. They are just too snug without the armor to be able to get in there. Sep 4, 2015
Jeff F: Protection Sep 2, 2015
Peter R: I want to have unbroken bones under my well protected skin. Aug 31, 2015
Jason L: Bought this to complement my RSD Barfly Jacket Aug 25, 2015
Nicolas S: Needed a set for a summer jacket I recently purchased. Jul 23, 2015
E M: recommended when purchasing jacket Jun 23, 2015
B R: Everyone should ride with armor. Jun 18, 2015
Jacob L: safety first Jun 2, 2015
James T: To go in my Roland Sands Barfly jacket! May 27, 2015
Walter G: To fit my Ronin jacket May 22, 2015
Mike J: Added protection. May 19, 2015
Armin P: protection is important kids Apr 26, 2015
Robert M: For mesh jacket that didn't come with armor. Apr 21, 2015
Erik N: Protection - Fits Roland Sands Jacket Apr 8, 2015
Jake T: I have a RSD Tracker jacket that needs armor pads. Mar 25, 2015
Allison H: protection for jacket Mar 12, 2015
Julian M: match jacket Mar 9, 2015
Diane D: what's a jacket without protection? Feb 17, 2015
Joni W: To add protection to the jacket Jan 26, 2015
CLEMENTE E: I have a Roland Sand jacket Jan 19, 2015
Ryan I: If it goes on the bike, it has to have armor. Jan 12, 2015
LUIS G: protection for the rolland sands jacket Jan 5, 2015
Bob B: To use in a Tourmaster Lawndale jacket. We'll have to wait to see if it works. Dec 22, 2014
Jason M: shaped to fit my rsd jacket Nov 26, 2014
Gregory G: Styling Oct 23, 2014
MARTY A T: For peace of mind in case I come sliding in... Oct 21, 2014
Daniel H: I like the parts of my body these pads protect. Oct 21, 2014
huy v: to go with my roland sands enzo jacket! Oct 16, 2014
A S: Bought a RS jacket...needed armor to install in jacket Oct 8, 2014
Michael S: Goes along with the Roland Sands jacket. Sep 27, 2014
Stan H: I needed armor that was flexible Sep 26, 2014
Steve Z: required for the clash jacket. Sep 13, 2014
James K: Purchased it for a Roland sands jacket. Returned it. Sep 9, 2014
Shanea W: to put in the Veda Jun 29, 2014
G I: i hope that could protect me on a motocycle but i am not sure :) May 19, 2014
Rick E: Completes the jacket and provides the protection if you ever dump the bike. May 14, 2014
John K: Protection is the basis of riding motorcycles here in Sweden. So what better way to protect your self then protection your self with style! May 13, 2014
J A: Don't want to die. May 4, 2014
Kevin B: Because I needed it for the "Tracker" jacket. May 3, 2014
Pierre B: needed for the jacket Apr 29, 2014
David L: Had a previous experience on a harley jacket that didn't have much armor protection and I don't want a repeat if anything happens GOD watched over me thankful everyday.. Apr 26, 2014
Eric M: I have the RSD Rocker and was baffled why armor didn't come with the jacket originally but having said that .. i purchased a generic pad set from Amazon that cut to fit and frankly it was okay but not s great fit for my rocker jacket. the RSD armore set gave the jacket more flexibility in arm movements and quality for the armor kit. It's the finer details that perhaps is worth paying a bit more for the pads. Apr 12, 2014
Jeremy D: Matches the Roland Sands City Jacket. Apr 9, 2014
Roger W: Armor kit for my Ronin jacket. Apr 9, 2014
T I: I purchased a Roland Sands Design Men's Jacket at the Chicago International Motorcycle show. Apr 8, 2014
Nicolas M: Fits with the jacket Mar 15, 2014
Patricia G: Because I just bought a Roland Sands Jacket which apparently doesn't come with armor. Feb 27, 2014
Dimitrios M: Essential with any RSD Jacket. Feb 24, 2014
Jason C: perfect compliment to the jacket Feb 1, 2014
Che C: Got a Roland Sands jacket for riding. No reason not to get the extra insurance for my arms and back. Nov 23, 2013
Wilfred F: I might actually need this. Nov 18, 2013
Ellen F: I have a size small Roland Sands maven jacket, I noticed that the padding holders in the jacket are TINY. I had tried to measure the pockets and mix and match to find the right fitting stuff, but it the end you pay around the same price and the Roland Sands stuff should fit. I'm not sure how great the quality is to other brands of protection though... Oct 13, 2013
A shopper asked: When is this product going to be on stock? This is taking ages... Especially the men armor. Jun 25, 2014
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Karl B asked: I bought the RSD Clash jacket and this armor kit. My question is the regarding the installation of the elbow and shoulder pads.

According to Revzilla and RSDs website: The elbow pads are larger than the shoulder pads.
The thing is the larger elbow pads don't fit very well in the elbow location.
Those bigger pads fit better in the shoulder position.
The smaller shoulder pads fit well in the elbow location.

I watched this video on youtube and in it the guy switches the locations too. Search "Roland Sands Design ForceField Armor" on youtube to watch the video.

I want to know: should I really insert the bigger elbow pads into the elbow location or are the products mislabeled or something else.
Or should I install the pads like in the youtube video?
I don't want to be unprotected because I installed the armor improperly. I also don't want to damage my new jacket.

Sep 23, 2014
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Che C: Posted this via email link but it didn't work so you might get this message twice.

I had these installed in my Ronin.

Didn't read any instructions or videos so initially had it switched as I thought the bigger pad were the shoulder pad.

I ended up switching it back because the shoulder (smaller) pads kept sliding out of place as the elbow pockets are too big for them.

It slides when you hang the jacket, put your hands (or arms) down and even bend your elbow (it squeezes the pads to the free space towards the wrist because it is easier than bending them especially when they are brand new and hard).

You'll need to frequently re-position the pads if you had it switched else it won't surround and protect your elbow when they go out of place.

Having the elbow (larger) pads in the elbow pockets sort of solve the issue because it has less free pocket space. I still need to re-position the pads when I take the jacket off the hanger but not as much when wearing it.

The elbow pads also protects the elbow and arm better as it has more coverage. No more sliding issue when bending the elbows after the pads breaks in (only took a few days).

Highly recommand to use the pads the their designed pockets.
Sep 23, 2014
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Mani C: You will eventually rip the mesh armor pocket in your shoulders if you squeeze elbow pads in there. Give the armor time to mold to your body. You will be surprised what a difference time makes.
Sep 23, 2014
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Nathan G: The big ones are the shoulder pads. Sep 23, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the difference between the "Men's" and the "Women's"? This will be going into a custom made jacket, so I am not at all concerned about the size of the pockets that they go into, just the safety of the product and how it will fit me. Apr 28, 2015
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Che C: Both men's and women's version uses the same material. The only difference is the size.

The men's back piece (bottom of the three in the pic) is larger than the women's.

The elbow pad (in the middle) is available in the men's version only.

The shoulder pad (the top pad in the men's pic) is for men's shoulder, women's shoulder and elbow.

In terms of safety, the men's version has greater coverage if installed properly however, it may sacrifices the appearance of the jacket.
Apr 28, 2015
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Ruth H: I can't answer your question directly, but be aware the elbow-forearm pad is pretty thick in the mens size and tightens up the whole jacket considerably by causing more pull and stress through the shoulders when you bend your arms. I ended up riding with just the back and shoulder pads for a more relaxed fit in my Rolands Sands jacket and save the elbow pads for track riding. Apr 30, 2015
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Peter M asked: Comparing to the regular Forcefield armor, is the prorietary RL version lower profile or is it the same thickness? Dec 18, 2013
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truong n: I'm sorry but i don't know what the force field armor is like. I can tel you it is very thin and flexible. The shoulder and elbow actually is 3 sheets giving it flexibility. I think its a very good product. Feb 5, 2014
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Mani C: The rsd armor is probably lower as it's designed for more casual apparel.

The d30 armor has a lower profile and fits the RSD jackets if that helps.
Dec 18, 2013
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Amber S asked: I read that CE rated 1621-1:1997 is for protection other than for back/spine, yet this contains a back protector. Is this just lower grade back protector then? Oct 3, 2014
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Amber S: FYI
I heard back from RSD and they said the back protector is 1621-2 : 2002, shoulders & elbows are 1621-1:1997.
Oct 6, 2014
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Gerald S asked: Will the Roland Sand CE Armor Kit be able to be used as inserts into the KLIM Traverse jacket? Mar 12, 2015
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