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Ian Jubb  says:

Product review: Dainese back protector

Dainese back protector, £110Miles covered/time: 10,000/five miles. What’s good? Having never actually crashed a bike to test the protection levels I guess you'll have to trust the manufacturers word on that. Save money on back protectors All I can say is that it's perfectly comfortable, doesn't move around like some of its rivals, even under leathers on track it stays put. What's not? It...

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  • Posted 5 years ago (08 April 2010 11:30)

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kpandinu

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kpandinu says:

Dainese back protector

I crashed in one and it really did protect by back

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Coglione D'Oro

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I crashed in one and came down hard.

It did the job really well when I saw the bruising on the bits it didn't cover.

Only criticism is the ribbed finish causes your leathers to bunch and rip.

I've replaced it with a forcefield L2 for that reason, but I'm glad I had it on.

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