Held Sakari, back protector

Outer shell: breathable Lycra mesh panels (80% nylon, 20% elasthane) Lining:... read more
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Held Sakari, back protector

Article No.: 11026868

Outer shell:
  • breathable Lycra mesh panels (80% nylon, 20% elasthane)

Lining:
  • 3D comfort foam (100% polyester)

Fit / Features:
  • DIN 1621-2 certified
  • anatomically shaped, flexible back protection
  • body-hugging waist belt with wide Velcro closure
  • adjustable diagonal belts
  • V-shaped design for excellent shoulder protection
  • removable protector
  • washable
  • detachable shoulder strap

Protection:
  • SAS-TEC® 3D protection

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Bought as recommended for upgrading armor in Held Carese II

Posted by 1 04.04.2015

Fit: Fits 1 size larger

I am still unsure why Held recommends this product for the armor upgrade to the Carese II jacket,... read more

I am still unsure why Held recommends this product for the armor upgrade to the Carese II jacket, as the strap on chassis is not required. But it was about the same price as individual pieces, and the Held literature makes no mention of specific armor plates to buy, so I bought this product. The coccyx protector fit right into the pants with no issues, but the back protector provided in the Sakari is both taller and wider than the foam one in my Carese II jacket, so some trimming with a set of kitchen shears made it fit. I was a little bit disappointed that the recommended product still required trimming to fit the back protector into the armor pocket on the jacket. I do not feel this should be necessary, but I would rather have a tighter fit with some cutting, than to have a product that does not fit snugly and moves around. The armor plate is a little bit thicker and has less give than the foam ones originally provided, but it is not uncomfortable. Some have mentioned that it has less ventilating properties. Depending on how it performs in the hot weather, I might punch a few extra holes in it for ventilation, but overall I am satisfied with the feel and level of protection offered. I recommend this product to compliment the Carese II and Torno II, but I question if there is actually a better product offered by Held for this?