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JR Speedmaster back protector - May 17, 2007, 12:15 PM

Anyone use it? Read a couple of reviews. Just wanted real world opinion.


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May 17, 2007, 03:17 PM

I personally prefer the more hard-shell backprotectors...e.g. A*, Bohn, etc. as Aaron stevenson said "it should be able to resist penetration by a peg, bolt, etc" while the pseudo-hard ones spread impact well, I'd rather have something more substantial allong the spine.

Personally, I use a Bohn ProRacer back protector...carbon fiber spine protection, thick energy absorption everywhere, shoulder blade and kidney protection, etc. oh, and tailbone protection...which is a MUST


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May 17, 2007, 03:46 PM

^ I thought the Bohn ProRacer never passed CE certification but just ripped off the design of the Knox protectors... everythign I've heard about Bohn has been negative press.

The Joe Rocket Speedmaster meets CE Level 2 and everything I've read about it (from regular riders, not people paid to write reviews) is that it is extremely comfortable.


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