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Old 03-26-2009, 07:10 PM   #1
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I have this. Service was great, everyday rider, had fraying issues, almost a year out they are sending me a brand new one today. Go REVIT! Top quality gear, European, slowly making their way here. I have their AirForce jacket in black, best quality mesh I've found so far!

Point is, how many of you think FULL GEAR DOES NOT INCLUDE a full back protector? I can't tell you how MUCH the back feels protected by this. Much better than just leather or the inserts, straps on underneath. 98% of the time I wouldn't ride without it unless around the block perhaps.

I highly highly recommend you think about investing in this as if you go sliding this will SURE help road rash, impacts, and other injuries. Why spend $400 on a helmet alone and NOTHING for the back? Not logical.
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Old 03-26-2009, 07:14 PM   #2
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Old 03-27-2009, 01:12 AM   #3
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Old 03-27-2009, 10:46 AM   #4
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http://www.revzilla.com/product/revi...back-protector

I have this. Service was great, everyday rider, had fraying issues, almost a year out they are sending me a brand new one today. Go REVIT! Top quality gear, European, slowly making their way here. I have their AirForce jacket in black, best quality mesh I've found so far!

Point is, how many of you think FULL GEAR DOES NOT INCLUDE a full back protector? I can't tell you how MUCH the back feels protected by this. Much better than just leather or the inserts, straps on underneath. 98% of the time I wouldn't ride without it unless around the block perhaps.

I highly highly recommend you think about investing in this as if you go sliding this will SURE help road rash, impacts, and other injuries. Why spend $400 on a helmet alone and NOTHING for the back? Not logical.
My A* Bionic Vest has been field tested 2x (on the track) and my back is still straight. DOUBLE
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Old 03-27-2009, 11:01 AM   #5
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i have the whole icon field armor setup, i don't use it anymore, but i have wrecked from the 12 o' clock position a few times and landed hard on my back, laid there for a minute and got up no problems
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Old 03-30-2009, 03:47 AM   #6
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My A* Bionic Vest has been field tested 2x (on the track) and my back is still straight. DOUBLE
I "HAD" the regular sized Field Armor vest/back protector, and luckily someone mistook it for their own....oops! LOL JK

Anyway, it was too big around the ribcage, and I'm "broad" for a "BROAD" lol. I've heard varied opinions on other protectors, but if there are any chicks that are built like me, (5.6" 115lb lean)w/a short torso/long legs that have a suggestion, lemme know!

And I said "girls w/any suggestions" not douches.
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And I said "girls w/any suggestions" not douches.
Because if you're not a girl.......you must be a douche
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