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Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite
  • Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite
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  • Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite
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Forcefield Extreme Harness Lite

The Extreme Harness Flite offers upper body protection for the chest and back and can be used for multiple sports including on and off road motorcycling, snowsports and extreme sports.

Constructed using Nitrex a unique High Tech shock absorbing material the Flite offers the ultimate in chest and back protection.

Designed to be both safe and comfortable the Flite is an "Open" system and uses no fabric or mesh, no hard buckles, fasteners or studs and is fully adjustable for a truly tailored fit. Features include RPT (Repeat Performance Technology) to ensure that even after multiple impacts there is no loss of protective performance as well as breathability and flexibility for added all day comfort.

  • RPT (Repeat Performance Technology)
  • Soft, flexible, comfortable and non restrictive
  • High Tech Nitrex construction
  • Fully Adjustable
  • Breathable and lightweight
  • Fully CE Approved
    • EN1621-2:2003 (Level 2) Back Protection 
    • EN1621-1:2003 (Level 1) Chest Protection
  • Molds to body shape
  • Multi sport product


  • SM (Chest 36” – 39")
  • MD (Chest 40 - 44”)
  • LG (Chest 45 - 49”)
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
SM 617825 FEXH-F-S Out of Stock
MD 617826 FEXH-F-M Out of Stock
LG 617827 FEXH-F-L Out of Stock


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Perfect addition to your armored jacket
This fit exactly the way it was described on the fitment chart. The velcro makes it very adjustable too, so there is ample play in the shoulder/neck size and around the ribs. Since there tends to be armor in most jackets, this is the perfect addition without having to get the full armored shirt where you have to strap the pads around your arms. T-Pro also makes jacket/pants inserts for elbows and knees, which I plan to do in addition to this vest.
January 10, 2011
I Would Buy This Forcefield Flite Again !
My review of the Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite (Body Armor) that I purchased from RevZilla : <br><br>I've been wearing good, solid, CE-rated, and expensive body armor for quite some time, but the Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite body armor feels and looks more protective than what I've been wearing, and independent tests confirm that the Forcefield armor is in fact highly protective, with the armor transmitting low forces to the body in an impact or crash. <br><br>The Forcefield Flite is a "vest-style" armor, and it has quickly become my new "Go-To" body armor for around-town riding and freeway riding. <br><br>The Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite has very robust protective padding for the chest and back, along with some secure but lesser protection for the sides of the torso and kidney areas. The velcro banding for the vest is very wide and secures the entire vest very well to my torso and the sides of my torso, and the wide velcro also provides a very supportive feeling in my stomach, mid-torso, side-torso, and lumbar area, and all of this adds to the overall feeling of security I get with this Forcefield vest. <br><br>I'm glad that independent tests confirm that the Forcefield's back armor is CE-rated at Level 2 (which is currently the highest and 'best' protection rating for back protectors), and the chest armor is rated at CE Level 1 (which I understand is the only rating currently available for chest protectors). <br><br>The back and chest armor are comprised of a dense and substantial "pliable plastic" and foam combination. As opposed to my other body armor from other manufacturers, there is no "hard-plastic" armor on the Forcefield vest. <br><br>The design of the Forcefield armor appears intended to absorb, dissipate and "spread out" the forces of an impact. While the dense but pliable plastic and foam combination feels very substantial and protective, the entire vest is comfortable, and the vest bends and conforms to my body when I'm walking or riding. In fact, the vest virtually "disappears" when I'm riding - - it does not affect how I ride, and I simply don't notice it when I'm riding. <br><br>The Forcefield's back and chest armor have a greater surface area of protection than the other body armor I have used from other manufacturers. The Forcefield's chest armor covers my entire front chest from my high upper-chest to my upper-abdomen, and the chest armor folds around half of my torso to protect about half of the sides of my ribs. The velcro secures around my stomch. <br><br>The back armor covers a large portion of my back from an inch below my neck to the top of my tailbone. The side-to-side width of the Forcefield back protector varies, but the protective area is fairly wide, and it is in fact as wide or slightly wider than the "hard-plastic" back armor that I've used from other manufacturers. <br><br>If your present jacket is super-snug or tight on you, then this Forcefield vest will not fit under your present jacket. But who wears jackets like that ? I wear Alpinestars and Cortech jackets and all my jackets have aggressive tailoring and are cut a little snug for sportbike riding, and I have not had a problem wearing the Forcefield vest under any of my Alpinestars or Cortech jackets. Fitting the Forcefield under your typical riding jacket should not be a problem at all. <br><br>Sizing of the Forcefield Flite is accurate. I'm 5'8' 180 lbs with a 43 chest and a somewhat athletic build. I wear a US-size 46 and a European-size 56 in all my Alpinestars jackets. I am one of those folks who is typically "between sizes," but the Medium Forcefield Flite fits very well on me. I tried the Large size, and it was a bit too big for me. <br><br>The Large size has just about the same-sized back armor as the Medium Forcefield Flite - - maybe the Large is about an inch longer in length (in other words the Large and Medium have nearly the same protective surface area for the back armor, except maybe the Large back armor length is one-inch longer). <br><br>But, the Large-size Forcefield Flite has a noticeably larger-sized chest armor, and a lengthier velcro strap to accomodate a large-size chest and a large-size belly. That's the difference between the Large and Medium size. The Large-size chest armor would not fit well on me, as the chest protector and lengthier velcro were too large, resulting in the chest armor "fanning outwards" from my chest instead of conforming around and bending around my chest. <br><br>As I said near the beginning of this review, the Forcefield Flite is a "vest-style" armor, and while I have purchased and used a good amount of body armor over the years, the Forcefield Flite has quickly become my new "Go-To" body armor for around-town riding and freeway riding. <br><br>Thanks RevZilla !
December 8, 2010
Great product, comfortable and flexible.
Pro- Comfortable and flexible to adapt to all riding conditions. Very adjustable for height and width without pinch points. They did their homework. Feels like a quality product good materials and craftmanship. Increases self confidence.<br><br>Con- Rode in 80 degree weather and gets very warm. Sweat right thru T-Shirt even though jacket is perforated. That's another comment...blocks perforated leather air flow. Price you pay for great protection!
October 14, 2010
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Like to chest / back combo......have a Force Field chest protector.....great product.
RICHARD K on Feb 15, 2015
Well regarded, and multiple impacts allowed
Graham F on Oct 19, 2014
Like to chest / back combo......have a Force Field chest protector.....great product.
RICHARD K on Feb 15, 2015
I liked the technology and the design. also I wanted the best that money can buy. My ribs still hurt from todays high speed crash.
T W on Feb 7, 2015
Well regarded, and multiple impacts allowed
Graham F on Oct 19, 2014
Multiple impact capacity. Chest AND back protection, and some kidney support too. Large coverage area front and back. Has excellent reviews.
ANTON S on Aug 16, 2014
I liked the technology and the design. also I wanted the best that money can buy. My ribs still hurt from todays high speed crash.
T W on Feb 7, 2015
Multiple impact capacity. Chest AND back protection, and some kidney support too. Large coverage area front and back. Has excellent reviews.
ANTON S on Aug 16, 2014
My Chest is 105cm(40"), hight=169cm, Torso Length =58cm...according this page i should take MD based on chest..but if base on size chart under Extreme Harness Flite Torso length my size is L...which system shall i follow..??
Team Aik K on Mar 9, 2014

I would say MD. I am 6' 205 with 45" chest. The large fits me well with much adjustment. It may be to big for you. I would call Revzilla. The gear geeks know their stuff. They will be better at guiding your decision. Good luck
I have Dainese pants and jacket that mate with a 360 zipper. The waist in both pairs df pants that I own are pretty snug already and I'm concerned that I would not be able to zip up and snap my pants while wearing this protector since it looks like the back piece extends below the waistline.

How bulky is the protector at or below the waistline? Anyone have problems putting on their pants with this product?

Matthew V on Apr 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Can't speak to the fit inside a Dainese jacket. However the fit is in my opinion very snug and close fitting while providing really superior protection. I seriously feel like I could go into combat with this vest. Very well engineered compromise between ergonomics and protection without sacrificing a whole lot of either. As far as the fit past the waistline: in front it shouldn't really be an issue because the chest protector doesn't come down too far (the black part in front is the heavy duty Velcro waistband which FYI is very secure and well designed) and in back there is good kidney protection with a small tail area which drops down to protect the tailbone, I think. In conjunction with a normal pair of jeans it just slightly (only by a Couple of inches) protrudes out from under my jacket and over the belt of my jeans. Nothing too major and by itself is really good protection. Unless the pants in question come up really high I can't imagine it would be a hindrance. I would personally be more concerned about the way it fits under a race style jacket simply because those jackets are snug to begin with. I've tried to wear this under my cafe jacket while commuting, for example, and while it feels as rugged as body armor, it is definitely not a super comfortable proposition. I think this vest was designed to be worn under normal street clothes and in that role it is fantastic. Hope this helped.
Do the shoulder straps offer any level of protection or are they too thin to provide protection. Most armor lacks colar bone protection, does this design offer any protection?
A shopper on Feb 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: My Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite rides just at my collar bone. So does not quite cover my collar bones completely.
The white section that you see outlining the soft armor plate in front makes up the entire front and back of the vest. It is a very thick shock absorbing material and this material appears to stop at the shoulder straps. I say appears because the straps themselves are a very thick and dense shock absorbing material themselves but perhaps lack one layer used in the white mesh main body. However I believe I am correct in saying that most collar bone fractures are caused when your shoulder (from the side) or elbow is slammed into the ground and not a blow directly to the collar bone. Therefore it is the very thick elbow armor in a race suit or high quality street jacket that prevents a lot of broken clavicles.
The Forcefield EHF is the only combination chest/back protector I've tried but I am very satisfied with it.
What do owners generally wear underneath the harness? I'm thinking some sort of wicking t-shirt, but wanted to get specific input rom current owners. Any specific recommendations?
Thank you.
A shopper on Jun 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I wear long-sleeved wicking t-shirts under my Harness Flite.

The long-sleeves t-shirts make it easier to get my one-piece track leathers on an off.

Even with the wicking features of the t-shirts there's not much evaporation while wearing the vest. The rubber/plastic material is so dense and provides so much coverage that there simply isn't much airflow while wearing it. Now between sessions when I can take the vest off, the evaporation is much better.

The only problem I've had is the Velcro across the stomach area catches on the front of my t-shirts and contributes to snags/pilling. No matter how carefully I match up the ends of the straps there's still some portion of the Velcro that catches on the t-shirt material.

I've used Under-Armor non-compression t-shirts and those have worked fine. I've also used the MSR compression t-shirts and like those better.
I am wondering if you can wear the chest protector separately or if both must be used together.
A shopper on Dec 21, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Both go together in the extreme harness vest. They attach together, but are very sleek and not bulky. I don't know why you wouldn't wear both back and chest together? To substitute with a different back protector? Well, I don't see how you could attach them separately. Or why. It is great as it is.
How does the back/tail bone coverage compare between the extreme harness flite and the pro sub-4 back protector?
A shopper on Aug 10, 2011
BEST ANSWER: From VstromBob
It was explained to me by the Revzillo staff that the Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite is married to the Forcefield Pro L2 protector. For me , I liked the idea of the combined type of protection that a front and back type of armor would afford , as is protecting the whole torso as a unit. I had read on some forums of the value of armor that does not shift position on impact which could happen to armor that is not well secured and fastened to ones body. This unit seemed to tie the front and rear protectors together so they would not shift around. I also felt it could/would afford some protection against over articulation/movement of ones torso section during an accident.
The Pro Sub 4 back protector looked like and is rate slightly better as a back protector on a stand alone basis versus the Pro L2 but I thought the combined protection value of the chest and back protector of. the Extreme Harness Flite afforded one better total protection from all the various different forces that could happen in an accident situation/scenario.
If the Extreme Harness Flite had come in a more upscale model with the Pro Sub4 mated to it I would have happily paid more for it.
All said I think this unit affords excellent protection especially when used in conjunction with a good quality riding jacket with its own elbow and shoulder protection.
Hope this helps with your decision, VstromBob
Would you recommend this extreme harness flite or the pro sub-4 with the chest protector added onto it? I only ask in terms of ease to put on and the inherent protection they offer. I'm by no means a racer; I'm just starting to get into track days, so I'm starting at the very bottom, but at the same time, I've been down before, and it wasn't pretty, so I want the best protection possible because it only takes 1 incident to change your life forever. But with that said, I also want it to be comfortable because if it's not, I'm not going to want to wear it, so how does this harness with the L2 back protector built into the harness compare to the sub-4 with the chest protector added to it?
A shopper on Jul 5, 2011
BEST ANSWER: From Vstrom Bob

i would definitely purchase the Forcefield extreme harness flite if it came mated with a Pro Sub4 and happily pay more for it.
I thought that the combined protection value of the front and back protector (Extreme Harness Flite) tied together with its excellent fastening system outweighed only having upgraded Prosub4 by itself.
I thinks its value is best realized when used in addition with a quality riding jacket used over it to afford the added protection of the jacket and their usual , hopefully good CE elbow and shoulder armor as well as the rubber back insert that goes in most jackets.
The harness is very comfortable , not stiff feeling at all. You almost forget your wearing it.
Hope this helps you in your selection process
P.S. I use this under a Joe Rocket Phoenix mesh riding jacket and when colder a Firstgear Kilimanjaro riding jacket.
Is this back protector the same as the Forcefield Back Protector Pro Kevlar L2?
A shopper on Mar 26, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The Forcefield Extreme Harness Flite has the same CE level 2 protection as the Forcefield Back Protector Pro Kevlar L2 and the added CE level 1 protection for the chest.
Can the arm shoulder, elbow, and forearm pads from the Forcefield Extreme Harness Adventure be attached to the Extreme Harness Flite?
A shopper on Apr 15, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Yes. The Adventure shoulders have a velcro tab that slips into the shoulder velcro strapping of the Flite. The Flite is really just the core (chest/back) of the Adventure.
Hi there- does anyone know if the sizing on this product has anything to do with the size of the chest protector itself? Both my torso length and chest size fall right in the middle of the Medium size. I bought a Medium and wore it on a 360 mile dual sport ride yesterday. The back protector fit nicely, but I felt that the chest part impeded my movement slightly. I'm wondering if a Small would also have a smaller chest protector and thus not get in my way quite as much. Anyone know? Thanks!
A shopper on Apr 9, 2014
BEST ANSWER: The small size does have a smaller chest piece allowing better movement of the arms. It is also smaller around the neck though. As this was a concern to me I kept my medium and still had to modify the neck opening.