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The Dainese Knee V Guard
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Protection

  • Autonomous knee protector with support straps
  • Homologation
  • Knee and shin EN 1621-1
  • Sold as a pair

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  • Chest and neck protector (Community Designs n° 000528153)
  • Biomechanical protector (PCT Patent Peding)
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Dainese Knee V Guard 4.6 5 122 122
awesome I recently went down not to long ago and these pads saved my knees and shins a great deal of pain. They held up really well and to my surprise they didn't even brake. I have been recommending them to everybody I know who rides on two wheels. The Knee V guards are well worth the investment. September 8, 2014
Look like a ninja...from the knees down, anyway. I broke my leg when a car hit me and split my tib/fib. Had I been wearing these, I could have probably hobbled away with a fracture instead. I've had these about a year. Having had stones and pieces of tyre bounce off them at high speed, ground them against tarmac while knee down, bashed my shin against corners with no effect, these have held up awesomely well. They fit comfortably on top or beneath a pair of jeans. If beneath, your legs will get quite sweaty as they do not ventilate well. Over jeans, you'll forget they were there. They are immensely comfortable and light. Only after wearing them for a full day to the straps begin to bite into the back of your leg. A friend bought the Icon Field Armor Stryker Knee Guards, so I tried them for comparison. They are nowhere near as comfortable and they feel like they are going to slide off even when tightly strapped. They have excess strap length for those with thicker limbs, but its a bit excessive; nobody has such huge legs that they need two feet of straps. Comparatively, the V Guards straps are stretchy and fit any size without cutting. If you can't afford full leathers or need inconspicuous armor to toss on under jeans, these will provide a great extra buffer. September 1, 2014
Tough and functional These knee and shin guards are tough and would do their job if you took a spill. The one thing I do not like about them is that the top strap bites into the back of your leg if you ride for more than 30 minutes. Others have recommended loosening the top strap and I agree with the. Worn under your jeans these are quite conspicuous especially if the jeans are tight. I normally wear these under jeans which have a much relaxed fit and these can still be seen. I have never worn them outside my jeans/pants. August 25, 2014
Very comfortable. Tough. i wear these over my jeans, they mostly stay put and are very comfortable. they are too long to wear with my off road boots so i use them for street riding with Blackhawk combat boots. August 25, 2014
Very comfortable and functional I wore these underneath my jeans. With the top strap fastened it does get uncomfortable after a while. I rode yesterday with the top strap unfastened and walked around for a good 3-4 hours after a two hour ride and then rode back two hours without any discomfort whatsoever. August 25, 2014
Nice sizing Fit my legs perfect. Only issue I had was the upper leg strap digs into the back of the leg on long rides. I ended up just unstrapping it and using the bottom 2 straps instead. Still was very stable on the leg. July 28, 2014
My GF loves them bought these for my GF so she did not need to wear full icon pants we bought for her on Revzilla in the summer. She's a big safety nut as am I. These things look and feel great but most of all the adjust-ability of the fit and the quality of the knee and shin protection are top notch. Would be cool if they came in blue or pink or even white and while these are maybe $20 more than similar units the quality is superb and these will last 10 years or more. July 28, 2014
Great Product This product is really nice, they are perfect to ride in the city, you can use them below the clothes or on top of them, and they are really easy to use. July 22, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
S W: to go under my dianese kevlar jeans Oct 9, 2014
Wong H: Good fit and protection Sep 8, 2014
Daniel M: I would rather spend $70 than $2000+ at the hospital Aug 3, 2014
william f: For good knee and shin protection when wearing jeans. I have had 2 knee injuries which take months to heal. The protectors are easy to use, flexible and comfortable. Recommended WF Jul 31, 2014
Hector R: low profile, great fit. additional protection for summer time riding Jul 28, 2014
billy o: To wear under jeans Jul 27, 2014
A L: The price was good, and I wanted to add a bit of impact/slide protection to my knees. A bit of hassle putting them on/off is worth having good knees for sports or even just walking for when I'm older. Under some jeans, they're not very noticeable. I don't notice them while riding. Jul 25, 2014
Bennett M: Jeans offer zero knee protection, as I recently learned first-hand. Jun 28, 2014
James M: protect my knees and shins Jun 5, 2014
Michael M: Good customer reviews; can wear inside or outside jeans. Jun 3, 2014
Alan S: I have decided to take better precautions regarding my riding gear and minimize recovery time. May 21, 2014
bryan r: Because they're comfortable and look good over jeans. May 16, 2014
Joshua A: Great price point, low enough profile I can wear with most of my riding pants, pretty good comfort, and great fit! My legs feel protected! May 7, 2014
Binu J: For Safety May 7, 2014
Joe B: I'm 62 and just now getting into trials bikes. I also ride a lot of rocky trails here in Colorado. At my age I don't need anymore scuffed up shins. May 6, 2014
He L: protect them shins May 6, 2014
George H: Safety May 5, 2014
Parker F: Perfect for under my jeans with Kevlar liners May 3, 2014
Krzysztof B: I do not have a real riding pants, so this gives me some peace of mind while on the road. Apr 24, 2014
Ryan R: Because Dainese has never disappointed me! Apr 3, 2014
Paul V: Lots of great reviews regards fitment and protection, as well as comfort when wearing Kevlar jeans.

Update 7/30/14--I've had these guards for some months now and they're great. They're not too bulky, easy to put on and wear.
Mar 26, 2014
A S: I think knee guard is better protection than any riding pant. Mar 25, 2014
J T: these are great, it takes a bit of time to put them on because you have to loop the straps through. other than that, it's light, quite comfortable and pretty low profile. Mar 24, 2014
Joseph C: Like myself with others that have replied, I am feeling a little more cautious with age. All the reviews have been excellent on this product and for the price, I feel it is a good choice. At least if I take a spill and I have these on, I can say to myself thank goodness rather than saying, I should have...
Its a smart choice...protect yourself, no one else will protect you.
Mar 14, 2014
randolph a: I need these since I just recently low sided my bike, and the only thing that damaged on me was my knee and that's because I did have protection on my knees. Other than that hopefully I will never have to use these Mar 13, 2014
Richard C: I am looking for something to protect me on the streets as a casual rider. I want to buy a 2-piece racing suit for the track but leave the leather at home if I drive to the store for orange juice.

I think your site is the best! You have the best video guides and explain the best features about lots of products, I am going to buy my gear from here only because I watched the videos to understand what to look for as a new rider. Thanks!
Mar 7, 2014
Sam G: Still use to this day. Comfort and slim profile make you wear it all the time. Mar 2, 2014
Isaac T: Good reviews, plan on wearing under kevlar jeans for daily commute. Feb 21, 2014
Taylor W: I wanted something that would help protect my legs in case of a crash that I could toss on over a normal pair of jeans if I was just making a short run somewhere. Not quite ATGATT, but they feel durable enough that I feel better about riding in less than full body armor. Feb 17, 2014
Joshua K: I am 6'6" and looking for knee protection not attached to a pant. Feb 15, 2014
David R: They looked like they would fit my needs and the reviews I read seemed to confirm that impression. Feb 14, 2014
Todd A: Reviews & positive previous experience with other products from manufacturer. Jan 26, 2014
Charles A: Nice sleek design - I'd use this more often if the straps went around the protector as removing and putting it on is a chore as you need to take off your shoes or undo the straps and then you have to re-thread them thru the holes 6 times everytime. Goona get simple forcefield knee guards next. Dec 31, 2013
Artur Volker C: My pants knee protections run a little loose when I'm not wearing jeans underneath. So I wanted to improve knee protection on warm days. Dec 23, 2013
sarah k h: i wanted an alternative to chaps, leather pants and riding pants. i bought these and the icon stryker hip protection as my gear. Dec 20, 2013
abraham g: I chose Dainese Knee V guards because they are slim and dont get in the way of riding. Dec 16, 2013
Scott L: Great Product ! Comfort and good protection! Nov 25, 2013
Johnnie B: I have used these knee guards on thousand of miles of journeys. They have served me very well. I usually don't leave home without them. Very pleased with this product. Nov 4, 2013
Nicholas T: Looking for a value knee guard, bought this based on reviews and brand. Nov 3, 2013
Darren W: Works great under my jeans. I wear them for hours and never have a problem. Construction is great, comfortable and seem like they would provide great protection if I ever have need of them. Sep 28, 2013
Adam P: A friend of mine bought these first so I had a chance to see if I liked them. They go down into your boot or riding shoe and offer maximum protection for the length of your shins. They are also thin enough to wear under your riding jeans and not look like you are wearing hockey pads. They are hard armor not just soft, which in my opinion is better for that initial impact and possible slide you may encounter. All looks and no play won't keep your skin on at the end of the day. Aug 22, 2013
Jack S: Impressed with expected protection. Aug 14, 2013
Jose G asked: I have a pair of dainese torque in boots and would like to know if the ankle straps will fit over the boots? Or compatible? Aug 14, 2013
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Joe A: Probably going to have to run them on the inside of your boots. They are pretty decent protection and I can tell you from multiple spills on them they are great. On my motocross boots they fit in the inside and on my street boots same thing. They are pretty slim profile. I actually put about 15k miles on them wearing them every day on a 2 month motorcyle trip last year. I went down a couple times at low speed on the super Moto track, also went down once due to a huge dog charging me . ( I actually like the dog and didn't want to hit him). My right knee and shoulder took the brunt of the blow and with armor on I got up, yelled at the dog and rolled home. The same spill without would have been a trip to the hospital no doubt.
Comfortable and in a pinch they work awesome. Have definitely saved my knees, and shins.
Aug 15, 2013
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Eric M: Hi Jose - I ride with a pair of short boots that offer ankle protection but not shin protection. The shin section of the V guard goes down quite low and the strap is meant to fasten at about the lower calf a little bit above the ankle - it definitely isn't designed to be worn over the boot and the strap definitely wouldn't fit around the back of the boot. It's not really compatible with a full length boot. I think if you're better off with the soft knee six or if you can wait for it, the knee six pro. Aug 14, 2013
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Rudyard R: There isn't as much adjustment in the lower strap. I've only seen pictures of the in boots. Unless you have very stocky lower legs I think you can fit them over or above the boot cuff. Because there is also some adjustment in how high or low I wear them.

FYI My plan was to upgrade to Dainese "in" boots after trying these guards. But they worked fine with my existing full length TCX race boots if I wore the boots over the guards over the pants. So I never bothered.
Aug 14, 2013
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Michael K: I have the same boots and knee guards. Yes, the straps fit over the boots. Sometimes i wear the knee guards under my jeans when riding, sometimes on top. The main thing I do, instead of having the lower strap over the back of the boot, is to pull that strap upward slightly so it rests on the top edge of the boot (on the back). That gives the strap something to catch on and keeps the knee guards from sliding down when walking. Aug 14, 2013
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Joseph N: I have the torque out boots and they fit inside just fine. I have not held the torque in boots hence don't know how thick the top is. If they are like really thick like hiking or outdoor winter socks, there should be enough space for the strap to fit over them. The straps will not fit over the torque out boots. Aug 14, 2013
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Wong H: I use the Knee V Guards with my Torque Out boots. I would assume that they can work with your Torque In boots depending on how much room you have in the lower and mid-calf area of your boots. Aug 14, 2013
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James M: I seriously doubt the ankle straps will wrap around a boot. I wear the strap directly around my fairly lean calf and there is not a whole lot of adjustment left. Aug 19, 2013
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Henry M: hi, the boots should fit over the knee guards. the knee guards are tight to your leg. if you ever played soccer they feel like you are wearing shin guards. Aug 14, 2013
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Robert H: The straps are long and adjustable via Velcro closures. Aug 14, 2013
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arnold m: Yes and very comfortable short or long riding... Aug 14, 2013
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A shopper asked: I'm 5'6" 145lbs and plan on wearing knee guards underneath by jeans. Would this be a suitable product? If not, what would you recommend? Thanks. Oct 30, 2013
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Michael M: I'm 6'4" 220ish and wear these under my jeans without a problem. They're not bulky and fit nicely into my Sidi boots. The multiple adjustable straps help keep everything in place when I'm walking without the boots as well.
I actually was wearing these when I fell a few months ago and they definitely helped protect my knees when they hit the road and slide about 10 feet. You could see the imprint from the road on the hard shell but I didn't feel anything in my knees.
Oct 30, 2013
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gustavo g: I would definitely recommend this product. They are comfortable and are made from a pretty durable material. The only thing about this product that I had a problem with is that the Velcro was to big for my legs so i had to go buy adhesive backed Velcro to suit it to my size. Other than that, these guards work really well. Oct 31, 2013
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ALEXANDER R: If knee guards are what ure after these fit the job great. The straps are fairly comfortable. However, ive rarely been wearing them because they require a fairly loose jeans fit to feel comfortable. I would recommend going for kevlar denim pants with fitted protection slots instead. Just my personal preference. Oct 30, 2013
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Wong H: I wear these knee guards under regular jeans, riding pants, etc. They are comfortable and are low profile. They are not the most easiest to take on/off while wearing regular street jeans due to the high coverage area of the guards and straps. Oct 31, 2013
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Christophe M: I've never tried myself but it should work. you would have to put them on before your jeans. I always use them above my pants because it is quicker to put and remove. It stays very securely above the pants. Oct 30, 2013
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Paul M: I'm 5'11" 155lbs. They fit fine under jeans. Oct 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: Do I need to buy two of these or do they come with two? Jun 15, 2011
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Kenderkin: They come as a pair, each leg has its own so pay attention which is which. Jun 16, 2011
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Yikes20: They are sold as a pair just like shoes. :) You only need to buy one set. Dec 19, 2011
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Lubo: No they come in a pair. Aug 8, 2011
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jack05: they come as a pair Jun 17, 2011
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yomeiyo: they come with 2. Nov 7, 2011
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Kuz8: price is for two Oct 4, 2011
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Cameran S asked: Are these Knee Guards one size fits all? or do they have come in small, medium, or large?

ebay offers them in different sizes. ( so i'm just wondering)

thanks
cameran
Aug 2, 2014
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Nathan K: As far as I know they are only one size. I wondered the same thing but came to the conclusion that there are a mountain bike product under the same name with no ce rating. I could be wrong... Also have had them for a year and never used them because they don't fit under my pants(slim streight Levi). So maybe they do come in smaller sizes? Aug 3, 2014
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Nathan K: As far as I know they are only one size. I wondered the same thing but came to the conclusion that there are a mountain bike product under the same name with no ce rating. I could be wrong... Also have had them for a year and never used them because they don't fit under my pants(slim streight Levi). So maybe they do come in smaller sizes? Aug 3, 2014
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Mark R: I don't remember any sizes being offered when I bought mine. And the guards don't show a size. My calves are 16" and they fit great, probably the same for a size larger or smaller. Hope this helps. Aug 3, 2014
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kenny a: They are one size fits all. Im not sure what ebay is offering. These are great though you won't be sorry for getting them. Aug 2, 2014
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Leonardo B: Yes it is...it's very adjustable and should fit anyone big to small. Aug 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have the Dainese Race Torque Outs and I am wondering how the shin protection area will fit with the boots. How long is the protector from the top to bottom? Is the top strap above the knee as well? Apr 28, 2011
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Chris K: This protector is long, so if you have full boots they may need to be tucked in slightly. For taller people (I'm 6'4") this won't be an issue, but if you are say 5'9" or shorter this may start to get in the way of the boots depending on your riding position. The top strap is above the knee as you mentioned. Apr 29, 2011
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azn370z: I'm 5'10" and size 9 shoes. I have the same boots. The shin protector fits inside the boots. I wear jeans over my boots though. Dec 3, 2012
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Kenderkin: Top has strip, however, the sheen guard goes all the way - about 20 cm above my ankle (I'm 1.70 m) May 24, 2011
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Kuz8: they may overlap. I don't have full size boots to try but they're quite long for me 6'2" Oct 4, 2011
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Quackuack: 3 straps total per side. 1: above the knee, 1:below the joint. 1: at the ankle. These guards go way low. Def under the boot. you should be all right though. Ultimately, you won't wear these under riding pants, and if your riding in a way in which you feel you need the protection then I'd recommend getting some motorcycle specific pants. Sep 26, 2011
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A shopper asked: Do these have a hinge where they bend at the knee like the MSR reflex knee? Nov 17, 2011
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joel a: At QuackKuack. Thanks for the response. Judging by your experience with the product, I won't be getting those. I saw that you list yourself on your profile as a 'road warrior'. I would've never guessed since you mention that you are 5'8 and 140lbs; I weighed that in seventh grade. That being said, I'm certain that the only jeans you fit into are skinny jeans. I ride a Triumph Thurxton, which is a cafe racer inspired bike. So yes, my rider type is cafe racer.

If you are going to answer a question regarding a product please answer it the best you can. We don't need your pretentious B.S here.
Nov 18, 2011
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AliB: These knee guards are not hinged. The backing is a neoprene-like material that feels slightly padded and moves with your natural movement. The MSR reflex knee is a true hinged knee guard, complete with flush pivot screws. Nov 25, 2011
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Cameran S: do these knee guards come in different sizes? Or, is it a one size fits all?

The only reason I ask that is because, ebay offers different sizes; in s, m, and large. ( so I'm just curious)
Aug 2, 2014
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Quackuack: No mechanical hinge perse. They are pretty straight forward. Look at the picture and what you see is what you get. The hard plates are linked together by the fabric. I'm assuming your a hipster by the fact that you list Cafe Racer as your rider type. That being said, you probably wear those hipster skinner jeans all the kids are wearing these days. Ya might go a size up on the pants to fit these knee pads in. Truth be told, I like wearing riding pants with built in CE protection much better than these knee pads. Food for thought. Nov 18, 2011
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joel a: At QuackKuack. Thanks for the response. Judging by your experience with the product, I won't be getting those. I saw that you list yourself on your profile as a 'road warrior'. I would've never guessed since you mention that you are 5'8 and 140lbs; I weighed that in seventh grade. That being said, I'm certain that the only jeans you fit into are skinny jeans. I ride a Triumph Thurxton, which is a cafe racer inspired bike. So yes, my rider type is cafe racer.

If you are going to answer a question regarding a product please answer it the best you can. We don't need your pretentious B.S here.At QuackKuack. Thanks for the response. Judging by your experience with the product, I won't be getting those. I saw that you list yourself on your profile as a 'road warrior'. I would've never guessed since you mention that you are 5'8 and 140lbs; I weighed that in seventh grade. That being said, I'm certain that the only jeans you fit into are skinny jeans. I ride a Triumph Thurxton, which is a cafe racer inspired bike. So yes, my rider type is cafe racer.

If you are going to answer a question regarding a product please answer it the best you can. We don't need your pretentious B.S here. Jan 23, 2014
A shopper asked: I just purchased the knee v- Nero guard. My question is, how to tell which one is for which leg. Like which one is right and left.? Aug 12, 2014
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Tri T: When you put it over your knee you will know. It is tapered to fit the angle from your knee to shin. Aug 12, 2014
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Robert S: I had the same question when mine arrived. Each guard seemed to have a little more knee coverage extending on one edge of the knee guard. I placed the longer edge on the outside of my knees and they fit great. They will actual adjust and mold to each leg after wearing several ties and you will easily see the difference. Just got back from a 2500 mile ride and these where extremely comfortable even in upper 90's heat. Aug 17, 2014
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Rodrigo R: The one on the picture is for the left leg. Aug 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do these have removeable/washable inserts? Apr 14, 2014
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Justin W: No,the foam backing is not easily removable. You can use some mild shampoo and wash the foam if it starts smelling probably without damaging it. Apr 14, 2014
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Brian C: Nothing is removable or washable on these inserts. The padding is part of the plate. Apr 14, 2014
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Peter V: Thanks Guys! Apr 15, 2014
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Cameran S asked: Hi Guys, (New to revzilla)

i asked this question; in the answers column below. (sorry about that) please disregard my mistake.

my question is ;

do these knee guards come in different sizes? Or, is it a one size fits all?

ebay offers different sizes; in s, m, and large.

( so I'm just curious) which one is the correct way to go.

thanks
Cameran
Aug 2, 2014
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Brett C: The Dainese Knee V Guard has one size with three adjustable straps that seem to work well with me. Dainese Knee V Guard has met all my expectation. Aug 6, 2014
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John S: One size only. Aug 8, 2014
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

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
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