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Author Topic: Dainese Pro-Armor Back Protector - careful how you store it.  (Read 1389 times)
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« on: September 25, 2017, 05:09:43 AM »

It's a comfortable Level 2 back protector - but you need to be careful how it's stored.

I got one in July, and wore it for a day at the track. Put it in one of the baskets on my trailer wall and didn't give it a 2nd thought until the next track day about a month later.

In loading some other gear, the Pro-Armor Back Protector, got a bit twisted and flexed. As a result of that position and likely the high temps in the trailer, the glue/adhesive connecting some of the panels failed.

It's likely some better TLC would have prevented this, but their Manis model I have has put up with a couple years of this sort of duty and not had any problems.

On the up side, I purchased through Revzilla, and they took it back for a 100% refund, shipping on them, no questions.
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