Reviews of Dainese Wave Back Protector (05/06)

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WAVE is a fourth-generation back protector by D-TEC®, the culmination of a long journey that started in the 1970s with Barry Sheene and still continues today with Valentino Rossi and a whole host of great motor-racing champions. With Wave, D-TEC® has set new standards in both protection and comfort: Wave has an innovative corrugated structure with greater mechanical resistance than the previous versions, yet is exactly the same weight, plus a brand new ventilation system. The waist joint, introduced with Back Space, has been kept as it enables the protector to follow the torso’s lateral movements.
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    5 of 5,  "Dainese Wave Back Protector 05/06"  07/02/2006 @ 11:39
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Price Paid
Bought From
Infinity Motorcycles
Times Used
2-5 Times
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Following some rail experience I decided it was time to purchase back protection, after reading lots of information on the web I decided that my choice came down to the TPro Forcefield or the Dainese Wave. The Forcefield is multi-use and boasts an impressive spec. While the Dainese has some of the best Moto GP riders in the world riding with it (including Rossi).
In the end I decided the only way to choose between the two was to go to my local stockist and try them both on.
I found the Dainese to be light, very snug fitting and comfortable... I bought the Large as it fitted me the best (5'11" 32" waist). The Forcefield on the other hand was a bit heavy and felt like a plank of wood attached to your back.
Snug Fit
Full back protection
Single use (If you've had a big hit)
Quite expensive (but your back is worth it)
Similar Body Armour Used
Knox, Forcefield
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