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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
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Reviews & Questions
I'm also finding the back armor is surprisingly rigid and almost sticks up along the edges. Even when I'm standing upright and relaxed, it leaves a weird fold just below my neck. I'm planning on getting the Icon d30 back protector and trimming it to shape as a replacement. I'm hoping the more flexible d30 will work better with the line of the jacket.
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.
over 3 years ago
The armor noticeably makes your jacket stiffer at first, but over time it will curve with the contours of your riding position. I barely notice them after a few days of riding. You'll always notice the extra weight though.
Great product. If you have an RSD jacket, you MUST buy this armor set.
Most people don't even realize my jacket is armored until they pat me on the back or shoulder haha.
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.
over 3 years ago
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.
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.
I heard back from RSD and they said the back protector is 1621-2 : 2002, shoulders & elbows are 1621-1:1997.
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.