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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-05-2019, 05:37 PM Thread Starter
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Thinnest back protector

I am looking for a thinner level 2 stand alone back protector. I currently have a Forcefield L2K Evo. My suit seems to have shrunk over the last few months, probably the humidity.
It looks like the Dainese Pro Armor is pretty good but I haven't seen it in person yet so any review of it would be appreciated.
Any other suggestions of a thin back protector?

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 09-05-2019, 05:59 PM
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I have an Icon D30 Viper, CE2. Pretty thin, quite flexible. Use it in my Dainese as there's are too thick for my slightly tight fitting jacket.

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I have a Dainese jacket, bought the Dainese protector but it pushes against the leather and ruins the look, the D30 works best for me which is what I swapped to.
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Good to know.

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I have mine (and chest ) made for me by impact armor in the USA. Cant rate them enough, go back a year or two and you would see quite a few at motogp level. Saved me a few times since 2003, and you can get them rebuilt too.


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I'll check them out, they are somewhat local to me as well.

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I have the Dainese pro armor G2 and that fits well in a Dainese jacket. Indeed it decreases the size of the jacket a small bit, but for me that was good as apparently I shrunk myself

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