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Can anyone recommend a back protector for me. I have an upcoming STT day at Mid-Ohio coming up and I need to get one.

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Larry
 

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Here a couple of links from the archives:

http://www.ducati.ms/ubbthreads/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=chitchat&Number=209413&page=9&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=186&fpart=


http://www.ducati.ms/ubbthreads/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=reviews&Number=193619&page=1&view=collapsed&sb=5&o=186&fpart=


Being the great procastinator I haven't ordered a new one after months of indecision. I'm still using my beat looking 7 year old Teknic. I'm thinking the T Pro Forcefield Back Protector, Spidi Back Warrior or Airback.
 

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I recommend the Dainese, Alpinestar GP Pro, or Bohn. All equaly great , i felt the Bohn was the most confortable but took to long to get here, i ended up buying the Alpinestar but the switched to Dainese for better comfort.
 

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T Pro Forcefield Back Protector was rated #1 in the european tests. Dainese has some new back protectors that breathe very well.
 

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Alpinestars GP pro. It comfy and has a great price.
 

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I have owned several brands - the TPro Forcefield is truly certified as being CE Level II compliant. My only complaint is that the shape narrows at the top and it takes a while to get used to how it rubs near the shoulder blades sometimes.

Johnson Leathers in SF is the US distributor - nice people too.
 

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