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Dainese Knee V E1 N Guards

The low profile and ergonomic Dainese Knee VE1N Knee Guards are perfect for just about any type of riding. Comfortable under or over a pair of riding pants or jeans, the Knee V E1 N Guards offer excellent shin and knee protection and are certified to Cat.  II EN 1621.1. 


  • Composite protectors certified to Cat.  II EN 1621.1
  • Soft elastic and velcro straps
  • Perforated inner padding and outer shell
  • One size fits most
  • Sold in pairs
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Dainese Knee V E1 N Guards 4.8 5 21 21
Good overall I ride on the more aggressive side and wanted a little more protection. These provide that and fit nicely under jeans, however, they are somewhat small. June 11, 2015
Pretty good, better than nothing Bought these cause I wanted something to protect my knees as I just wear kevlar jeans and wanted more protection and I seen these with the shin guard as well thought bloody oath I'll give em a go, when I got them I originally strapped on the inside of my jeans and was adjusting them a little bit through-out the ride and was rubbing a bit on my skin but I put them on the outside of my jeans and was pretty good, haven't come off yet but I'm sure these will hold up yet the side of my knee is still exposed so not too sure there but is better than not having any protection. Give them a go doesn't hurt having extra protection Plus you can't beat Dainese June 10, 2015
Nice protection, excellent value I use these under my riding pants. Putting them on takes about 30s per leg. They can be worn for hours on and off the bike without a problem and they don't hinder walking. Unlike the typical protectors integrated to riding pants, these stay in place and cover the knee and shin in every leg configuration. The sides of the knee are not as well covered as the front, but that seems to be the case with most knee protectors. June 8, 2015
Great Protection without sacrificing comfort I bought these because I had almost all the gear and the only thing missing was knee protection. These offer reliable protection while somehow keeping your lower legs cool during the summer and warm during the cooler months. I wear these underneath straight fit jeans and fit a Lil tight but after jeans stretch they fit just fine. I'm 6 feet muscular close to 200lbs and fit great. Dainese did a great job with the universal fit. At least for me... June 8, 2015
Best I have found so far Was skeptical at first. Need to step through the loops to get your leg in. But, only takes about 30 seconds prior to putting on jeans. Wear under Slider Kevlar jeans. Cooler than "sock type" guards and don't really notice straps once riding. Wish the guard wrapped around leg more and straps were wider for more comfort. Seem to be very well made and would provide reasonable impact protection for the money. June 2, 2015
Great added protection I purchased these for my work commute on a busy highway and inner city traffic. I have riding jeans with Kevlar but no impact protection and too many close calls with drivers not paying attention. I wear them under my jeans and they stick out when off the bike, but it's worth having. I feel like the protection is decent, I can do a hard drop onto my knees without much discomfort. Obviously at speed this would be a different matter but I'm hoping not to test that. Overall a great addition to some jeans when not wearing full leathers or racing gear. May 22, 2015
Well worth the money I use these all the time when I ride for hrs. Very good product Will hold up good protection . May 18, 2015
great for what they are! So i have seen quite a few knee injuries because of accidents and decided that I wanted extra protection. For knee/shin guards these are awesome. While they may be a little more uncomfortable than normal knee pad inserts, its a trade off for safety. the only minor flaw that I can see if that the bottom most strap is quite short and really requires you to cinch it down really, really tightly. Besides that, i have no doubt that they are going to offer great protection. May 14, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Hector R: I needed some good protection Jul 2, 2015
Richard F: full coverage from knee to shin but with a lower profile Jun 7, 2015
Gary S: Need a low profile knee guard to wear under my Scorpion Covert Jeans because the armor I purchased to the Covert Jeans was seldom in the right place to protect my knees. I tried Icon Field Armor Stryker Knee Guard and they were to bulky. May 30, 2015
Ibinabo O: Buying it for me. My first choice, Icon Field Armor Stryker Knee Guard, will be too big for me. Bought that for some friends instead. May 27, 2015
A L: Great shin and knee guard protection hard to walk around in though... May 19, 2015
Joseph F: its recommended by my friend..thank you May 18, 2015
David B: Was looking for good knee and shin protection. Can be worn on outside of jeans. Difficult to get leg through loops but straps can be pulled out through loop holes and just wrapped around leg by twisting the strap for easy on and off. Good solid impact protection. May 11, 2015
Ievgen S: Excellent protection, comfortable, takes a 30 secs to put on, better than any included knee protection for average priced pants. May 1, 2015
A S: To be honest.. It matches my gloves I'm getting and the reviews are pretty high. Apr 28, 2015
Jason R: protection under regular clothes Apr 27, 2015
Dennis B: excellent brand Apr 22, 2015
Ed t: Seems like a really good value Apr 20, 2015
Michael M: Always protect your body by any means necessary. Apr 6, 2015
Benjamin A C: shin guards appear longer than most, and there is a third strap above the knee. I want them to overlap the boots, tucking them in. The top strap is needed if I choose to wear them outside the jeans so they stay put. My background is motocross, I'm used to being well protected, which carries over to street riding. Kevlar jeans alone leave me feeling unprotected. Adding armored riding shorts underneath, and knee guards inside or out should fix that. Apr 2, 2015
Jason N: For that extra protection on days when I just want to wear regular pants. Mar 23, 2015
Patrick J: Because I feel naked without any protection for knee. Mar 23, 2015
H A: I need protection that I can wear under regular jeans etc. Mar 15, 2015
Brandon D: I need knee/shin protection to commute to work that had to be easy on/off. Feb 22, 2015
Javan V: Best bang for buck. Feb 19, 2015
Jin P: Been waiting for this to come back! Everyone knows these are great over jeans Dec 2, 2014
CHRISTIAN A: it has good reviews. Nov 28, 2014
A shopper asked: is 69.95$ for a pair? Jun 30, 2015
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Bob W: yes. the price is for the pair. Jun 30, 2015
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Quincy Y: Yes, the price is per pair. Jul 1, 2015
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Harrison H: Yep, they come as a pair. Jun 30, 2015
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Jared W: Yes they come as a pair Jun 30, 2015
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yousif j: Yes, they come in pair. Jun 30, 2015
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Harold W: Yes. Jun 30, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hello,

I notice the sizing chart lists 3 sizes, but in the description above it says: "One size fits most". So "One size fits most" is equal to: large, medium or small on the chart?

And are these closeouts or returns being sold here?
Jun 26, 2015
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Ashley T: The straps are super adjustable and looks like it would accommodate most sizes. I'm 5'2 and about 125lbs and I pull them pretty tight. Super wide range of adjustment. Jun 27, 2015
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jacqueline g: For these knee guards, "one size fits most" is equivalent to small/medium/large. The guard are adjusted with Velcro straps making it versatile in size. Jun 26, 2015
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Bernardo C: Probably large but certainly not small. I'm 6'2'' , 190 lb and it fits well.
Good luck !
Jun 30, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hey guys,
I got this product from a buddy here,but received just the knee guards,and no paperwork.This is my first Dainese product,and i have no clue as to what all documentation it comes with.
Im looking for info on all the necessary documentation on these like the User Manual,Warranty handbook,Dainese Stickers etc.

Also,a black Tag on one of the knee guards says its "Made In Tunisia",stitched right beside the white Dainese Tag (which has EN 1621 CE info,Product number etc.)
Is this True? Are these V E1 N Knee guards really made in Tunisia ?
Mar 14, 2015
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Anirudh P: Hey,
Thanks for the "Made in" info buddy :)
Well,is there are way i can get those dainese product info tags,user manual or booklet from somewhere? you or any other rider still has them ?

Plus,i got the previous version called the "V knee guards" and this one's "Knee V E1 N guards" . Whats the difference between both of em?
Mar 22, 2015
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David B: If I recall correctly, these do not come with a bunch of paperwork like user manuals, etc as some of the other Dianese products do. I don't think you need it. Strap them on, either under or over your pants and ride. If you have a warranty issue contact Dianese and see what they say. Yes mine have Made in Tunisia on just one of them. Mar 15, 2015
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Brandon D: I got rid of the bag my set came in, but I don't remember anything else in it. I could be wrong; I usually throw all the extras away anyhow.

Yes, they are in fact made in Tunisia.
Mar 16, 2015
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A shopper asked: How far down the shin do these go (in inches)? Jun 9, 2015
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We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chest: Measure from under/top of armpit across chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Dainese Men's Knee Guard Sizing:

Size Knee Circumference (cm)
SM 36
MD 39
LG 43

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black 929058 1876066-001-N In Stock: Ships next business day