Dainese WAVE D1 G motorcycle back protector. The best selling back protector – can be fitted to a pouch inside Dainese jackets.
NidaplastÂ® internal structure
Lumbar protector compatible with Dainese jackets prepared for the same Back protector certified Cat. II – EN 1621.2/2014 liv.1 Standard
External perforated pads Liner in double jersey
External polypropylene plates with perforated and corrugated structure
Community design nÂ° DM/061958
NidaplastÂ® internal structure Polypropylene honeycomb structure (h. 10 mm). Guarantees elevated rigidity and progressive, controlled deformation capacity under both high and low impact to ensure maximum protection with limited weight.
Lumbar protector compatible with Dainese jackets prepared for the same By way of information, lumbar protectors are a category of protectors with reduced coverage, as established by the standards, featuring a rectangular shape with a minimum area, the size of which is still proportional to the waistline-shoulder height. It is important to clear up a misunderstanding about lumbar strips and, in general, protectors obtained by combining a few plates. Let us look at Wave 38 and 42, for example. These are classified by the standard as lumbar protectors with a waistline-shoulder height corresponding to individuals with heights of 180 and 190 cm respectively. These strips can be worn by shorter people, of course, for example 170 cm, but they must not absolutely be considered as back protectors for short individuals. The standard makes a clear distinction between Back protectors and Lumbar Protectors.
External polypropylene plates with perforated and corrugated structure Synthetic polymer used to produce the stiff shell in protectors. Distinguished by elevated resistance to abrasion and impact. Very light, and completely watertight.