I have a Roanyer, and yes it can be difficult to put on. I do my head first, then stretch it out with my one hand and stick the other hand/arm through, then the opposite for the other side. Then the back is all rolled up. I reach over my shoulder and give it a couple pulls up and out and it helps unroll it a bit. Then I reach across and try straighten under the arm on both sides and work my around to the back. I am flexible enough that when I get to a certain point I can reach my back from under and grasp the back of the breast plate to pull it down and with the other hand pull the shoulder to the back. Oh, and use talcum poweder!
I wear mine almost daily and it does not get easier with practice! They are a pain to put on, but worth the struggle!
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