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Spidi Back Warrior EVO Level 2 Back Protector Insert
It does not fit a Track Jacket
I bought this for my Euro 52 size jacket. It does not fit. It's far too long to fit inside the allotted pocket in the jacket. I typically wear a medium and this back protector still sticks out the bottom when it's adjust all the way up.
When riding with jeans or riding pants, it always catches on them and it is really annoying.
If you have a long torso or just a generally bigger jacket, it might work. Maybe. I suspect that this unit is best for their one-piece track suits.
December 29, 2014
More comfort than my Dainese shield air pad
Very nice, not overdone product. If only Revzilla would carry the full line of a Spidi products, I would sell all my Dainese gear and switch to Spidi.
September 15, 2014
I had to return due to the size
There was nothing wrong with this back protector. It's was just a little too big for my liking. After adjusting the protector all the up, I could still feel it hitting the top of my pants….just a little annoying. If you have a longer torso it probably won't be a problem. Just something to consider.
July 15, 2014
Lot of protection
The jacket fits perfectly and offers enough protection
May 26, 2014
Perfect for your Spidi suit
I bought this to go in my new Spidi Wind Pro suit. I was using a separate CE2 level protector that strapped on but decided to try the Spidi product which attaches with velcro inside the suit's back protector pocket. I find it much more comfortable than having big elastic straps wrapping around my stomach. It seems less constricting and definitely cooler on hot track days, with no straps interfering with air flow. When slipping on the suit, you notice it but once the suit is on and zippered, you forget about it. It is CE level 2 which is as good as it gets short of an air bag-- although thankfully I haven't tested it. Much recommended for your Spidi or similar suit with a back protector pocket.
April 7, 2014
I put this back protector in my Spidi Jacket and would highly recommend. It does cover the entire length of your back, which feels odd at first, but it's great quality and I don't even notice it's there. Manufactured in Italy, so yea it's overpriced.
August 19, 2013
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Robert M: Can never have too much back protection. Got it to fit in the Spidi Net Force Jacket as it doesn't come standard with a back protector.Mar 15, 2015
Andres N: Picked this versus the Spidi Warrior 510 (not the 510 Compact) as I believe it will fit into my new Spidi JK XXXL Leather Jacket and offers that next step up level of protection. Having a couple offs on bikes I dress for the fall not the ride. Wear your gear!!!!!!!Feb 4, 2015
Spencer G: Best back protection I can get that integrates with my Spidi Track Wind Pro Race Replica suit.Nov 6, 2014
Don C: Works with the Spidi track suit I. BoughtNov 2, 2014
Willie V: To add protection to my new Spidi Voyager 3 jacket.Jun 15, 2014
Douglas S: Recently purchased a Spidi Track Wind Jacket, wanted the maximum back protection designed for the jacket.Feb 25, 2014
William W: I thought the price was high but it goes with my spidi jacket and Iwant to protect my back.Jan 29, 2014
Lindsay M: On the basis of Spidi's reputation for quality products. I have a Spidi jacket - very good.Dec 9, 2013
Wendell H: Upgrade in protection and cooler.Dec 4, 2013
A shopper asked:I bought a barely used Spidi On Track two piece from a friend but no idea how old and no back protection. I want the most protection with comfort in an insert and this seems like it will just fit. Are the Velcro patches spaced the same? Can it be trimmed slightly around the top or bottom edges for comfort?Mar 16, 2015
eugenio g:Sorry, I bought it as an insert for my Spidi Race Suit. Mine is Level 2 I didn't need to trim it because its design for that suit. what I liked about this back protector is that you don't use any elastic or velcro around your waist like the dainese, so when you ride its more confortable. The velcro on the back protector works in conjunction with the one inside the suit between the liner and the leather, so it does not move at all. You can barely feel is there. About cutting it, I think it can be done but I dont know how the materials will behave after you cut a chunk of it, maybe the hard shell and the foam are glued on the edges. I recommend that you see it first and then decide.Mar 16, 2015
Greg N:I don't know about if the spacing of the Velcro patches will match on the two pieces, but it would be difficult to smoothly trim the back protector. I had a concern that the back protector would be too long, but it fits my 5'9" frame fine.Mar 16, 2015
RevZilla:It should, yes. Spidi says that it will fit any jacket produced after 2011. Since the Marathon H2OUT was released in 2012, I have every reason to believe this back protector will fit no problem.Feb 22, 2013
Robert B:The Warrior Evo is 55 cm by 28 cm. If your jacket has that space in its back protector pocket then it should fit. I see that the Ring jacket is listed as having a level 1 protector available for it-- the Warrior Evo is a level 2 so it is likely thicker. I use mine in a Spidi race suit where it is listed as the back protector to use. Fits fine in that application by you should definitely measure the space to make sure something fits before buying it. But do buy a back protector! Revzilla sells a bunch of different brands and sizes.Mar 2, 2015
Jerome L. A:Sorry, can't say for certain, but it does fit my Spidi H2 Net Out jacket, well. Have to really watch it with the Velcro though. Kind of grippy, and getting it lined upright can be a little tricky. My only issue with it, is that it sits a little tall in my jacket, and intrudes into the space between where my jacket stops, and my helmet sits, in the back. Not really an annoyance, but could be for some. That's why I recommend making sure that you line up the Velcro correctly. Either way, good luck with your decision. I'm pretty happy with mine, and it is not noticeable to anyone that it's in there, BTW. Comfort level is pretty good, as well. Not as good as the standard foam backing, but I like knowing that if I end up taking a spill, but I probably won't have to worry about my back too much. Piece of mind factor, there! Oh, and I'm riding an '01 Triumph Sprint RS (955 cc), with an hour drive between work, and the house, each way, on the German autobahns. So I do manage to get some leaning in, as I prefer the twisties, as well as to ride my sport tourer with more of an emphasis on sport. ;o)Dec 30, 2013