Reviewed by: Mikko // RRP: £119.99 // Sizes: Mens S-L, Ladies M-L // Colours: Black/yellow // Info: www.forcefieldbodyarmour.com
A good back protector is an essential piece of protective gear for anyone on a motorcycle or a scooter. The Pro L2K Evo back protector is one of the lightest that I have tested, and it’s very easy to get used to.
The protector is CE-certified to Level 2 of the motorcycle back protector standard EN1621–2, which means it’s tested to the highest standard currently available.
The multi-position waist strap system ensures the best possible individual fit, and extra side adjustment straps provide a more secure fit against the spine. The soft shoulder straps help keep the protectors where they should be.
The Forcefield Pro L2K Evo back protector is designed to be soft, flexible and comfortable whilst still providing maximum impact protection. It adjusts to the shape of your back, so after using it for a little while, it becomes very comfortable. You can still feel that you’re wearing a back protector, but it’s not restrictive of any movements.
There are no rigid plates on this protector, instead it features NitrexEvo technology, which ensures that even after multiple impacts there is no loss of protective performance. The Pro L2K Evo is constructed in multiple layers, stitched with Kevlar thread for increased strength and durability, and perforated to allow partial movement of the inner layers. This allows it to mould to the body shape and to pump air through the multiple perforations for ventilation.
The Pro L2K Evo protector is lightweight, unrestrictive of rider movements, and offers lots of protection. It makes sense to wear one.
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