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Roland Sands Design CE Armor - Shoulder

Protection increases confidence which adds horsepower. Supercharge your RSD gear with armor.

Features:

  • 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
  • 5.25" inches wide by 8" inches tall and 0.5" inches thick
  • One size
  • Sold as a pair
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Roland Sands CE Armor - Shoulder 826750 0807-2300-0050/0800-D9H0-0001 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours

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Roland Sands CE Armor - Shoulder 4.4 5 29 29
They're staying in the jacket for good I bought the back, shoulder and elbow armors separately as the pack was out of stock. Im glad I did, as I had an a* set of protections from a Brass jacket and though of using them with my RSD Ronin jacket, but these have a slimmer profile, which make the jacket look utterly awesome and not moto at all when off the bike. Really flexible and comfortable, I hope I never get to test the Forcefield technology behind the previously mentioned benefits. June 4, 2016
Comfortable and easy to get in These are not as good as the armor that came in my alpine stars jacket, but I'm glad I got them. These went in super easy, and are comfy once they're in. I hope I never have to test out how well they protect, but anything is better than nothing! May 25, 2016
Great armor but did not work for me No complaints on the armor. It looks like it would do its job well. But the loose shoulder pockets of my jacket allow the armor to move around, usually with it ending up behind my shoulder. But the armor is great and the design allows easy insertion into the armor pockets. May 18, 2015
Good so far It's my first jacket/armor purchase(roland sands ronin), so I don't really have anything to compare it to. It fits well, is a little adjustable, very flexible and I usually barely notice it unless I'm thinking about it. Haven't had to use it yet (thankfully), but it feels like it would provide reasonable cushioning. It does work well with people playfully punching me to test it out though :) February 16, 2015
much better than hard plastic armor good deal for soft armor made by ForceField! Fits well in all my jackets. More comfortable than hard plastic. Don't even notice it while riding. January 4, 2015
Light, as shoulder armor goes, but an excellent fit I've learned a couple of things about jackets and armor over the years. 1. Every jacket that (comes with back armor) has grossly inadequate back armor, and; 2) Armor is frequently interchangeable and will fit jackets for which it wasn't necessarily designed. Roland Sands jackets do *not* come with any armor. I'm fine with this because I like to make my own armor choices. I've come to believe that SAS-TEC makes the best armor, thus I installed SAS-TEC shoulder armor on my Roland Sands jacket. Although it is more substantial and would almost surely provide more protection, and although I could get it to fit in the jacket pockets, it made the jacket fit terribly and reduced comfort, both of which are strengths of the Roland Sands line. In this case - SAS-TEC out. The Roland Sands jacket looks great only when it fits properly. Thus here is an example in which only the Roland Sands shoulder armor worked well in the shoulders and I recommend it. However, I was able to easily fit SAS-TEC armor of the kind one would find in a high-end Rev'it jacket in the elbows without affecting comfort or fit, while providing more protection than the Roland Sands armor. For the back, I used an Icon D30 back pad salvaged from another jacket. I've become adept at using a box cutter, and it took about five minutes to obtain a nearly perfect fit. (I need to add an important caveat. The icon D30 back armor is only rated at level 1. I am unable to find the rating on the Roland Sands back armor but if it's level 2, I'd go with that.) I recommend absolutely adding armor to any Roland Sands jacket. However, it generally accepts only lighter armor - I assume because the jacket is designed as much to look good, on and off the bike, as to provide protection in a fall. 1. Every jacket that (comes with back armor) has grossly inadequate back armor, and; 2) Armor is frequently interchangeable and will fit jackets for which it wasn't necessarily designed. Roland Sands jackets do *not* come with any armor. I'm fine with this because I like to make my own armor choices. I've come to believe that SAS-TEC makes the best armor, thus I installed SAS-TEC shoulder armor on my Roland Sands jacket. Although it is more substantial and would almost surely provide more protection, and although I could get it to fit in the jacket pockets, it made the jacket fit terribly and reduced comfort, both of which are strengths of the Roland Sands line. In this case - SAS-TEC out. The Roland Sands jacket looks great only when it fits properly. Thus here is an example in which only the Roland Sands shoulder armor worked well in the shoulders and I recommend it. However, I was able to easily fit SAS-TEC armor of the kind one would find in a high-end Rev'it jacket in the elbows without affecting comfort or fit, while providing more protection than the Roland Sands armor. For the back, I used an Icon D30 back pad from another jacket. I've become adept at using a box cutter, and it took about five minutes to obtain a nearly perfect fit. (I need to add an important caveat. The icon D30 back armor is only rated at level 1. I am unable to find the rating on the Roland Sands back armor but if it's level 2, I'd go with that.) I recommend absolutely adding armor to any Roland Sands jacket. However, it generally accepts only lighter armor - I assume because the jacket is designed as much to look good, on and off the bike, as to provide protection in a fall. IMO, the jacket provides a reasonable degree of protection and it looks great. I have no qualms about walking around off the bike in the fully armored jacket. I perhaps should note that while I think the jacket, which is gray, looks great, my wife claims it is ugly. However, her view needs to be put in the context that she doesn't find any of my (now five) motorcycle jackets attractive. Come to think of it, she doesn't think either of my motorcycle IMO, the jacket provides a reasonable degree of protection and it looks great. I have no qualms about walking around off the bike in the fully armored jacket. I perhaps should note that while I think the jacket, which is gray, looks great, my wife claims it is ugly. However, her view needs to be put in the context that she doesn't find any of my (now five) motorcycle jackets attractive. Come to think of it, she doesn't think either of my motorcycles look good either and one is a KTM 990 SMT, one of the most gorgeous bikes on the planet, so her opinion should probably be dismissed. Finally, since my Roland Sands jacket is gray, probably the hardest color to see, I do wear a florescent yellow vest when riding. December 15, 2014
Seems good to me I have all three of these pads in my Roland Sands Vandal jacket(back, shoulders, and elbows). They are easy to install and fit nicely in the pockets. These shoulder pads are really flexible and stay in place nicely. I have not tested these pads in the sense of falling off my bike (knock on wood), but they do provide me with some peace of mind and seem like they would provide some protection. December 15, 2014
Fine protection! In my opinion I wouldn't use but are necessary to protect yourself. November 15, 2014
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