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Old 23-03-09, 05:22 PM   #1
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Default Forcefield L2 Back Protector

i want this back protector, I was just going to order a small but while doing a search online, I've discovered there is a ladies version
http://www.intobikes.co.uk/products?...&sd=DESC&rt=12

in the pictures the mens and womens look different, but they don't offer a size range on it, seems to be one size only, and there is no explanation as to why they are different

has anyone ever seen a ladies forcefield back protector in a shop? because i havent

or recommend a different one entirely?

merci beaucoup
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Old 23-03-09, 05:31 PM   #2
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Default Re: Forcefield L2 Back Protector

Wait till I get home and I can get you side-by side pics as I have the mens L2 and Vixis has the ladies.

Main difference from memory is the male one has an extended piece that goes up the back to the base of the neck
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Old 23-03-09, 06:17 PM   #3
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thank you!!
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Old 23-03-09, 06:21 PM   #4
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Stick with the forcefield, they're the best
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Old 24-03-09, 08:18 AM   #5
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Main difference from memory is the male one has an extended piece that goes up the back to the base of the neck
coz we are more important
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Old 24-03-09, 09:27 AM   #6
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Default Re: Forcefield L2 Back Protector

Sorry for the delay - didnt get round to doing this till this am. - Click on them to get the big pictures.

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nice work soulkiss, out of interest tohugh, when you're adding pictures hosted elsewhere how do you stop them being mahoosive on the thread you're inserting them into?
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Old 24-03-09, 09:40 AM   #8
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Sorry for the delay - didnt get round to doing this till this am. - Click on them to get the big pictures.

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ooo thank you! so it sems to be that the mens one is longer?
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nice work soulkiss, out of interest tohugh, when you're adding pictures hosted elsewhere how do you stop them being mahoosive on the thread you're inserting them into?
stop derailing!!!
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I'd go for the ladies on gracie.
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ooo thank you! so it sems to be that the mens one is longer?
Yes, but tbh at times the extra length on the neck can be annoying....

I am guessing that there is a reason for the difference - are men generally longer in the body than women for example?

Vixis's one seems to fit just fine on her.
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