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This armor is so floppy that every time I put on my jeans I need to spend 5 minutes flattening out the knee armor in my jeans. The problem is that they simply have no structure at all and they just sit in the little Dainese jeans knee armor envelope. I have thought about sewing the armor in to the pocket on all sides so it will stay in place, but this is a lot of trouble. I think I am going to put a more structured armor insert into the jeans when I get a free moment.
August 11, 2014
These pads offer very minimal protection. I am using them in a pair of Dainese heavy cotton riding pants, for casual riding.
They offer minimal protection, better than just pants alone, but for aggressive riding, you would want something much more substantial.
July 7, 2014
Comfortable and better than no protection
They are very comfortable and you would hardly know they are there. However while I believe they would assist in the slide they would be of no help in an impact. They are however exactly what I expected so I am happy.
June 30, 2014
Soft and Comfortable
They go perfectly with the hip guards and my Yamato Evo pants.
March 17, 2014
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William K:I have 2 pair of the Dainese Yamato EVO Cotton Pants and own one set of these Proshape Knee Armor pads. I haven't had them long but have wondered this same question. I wash my pants in the washing machine on "hand wash/delicate" setting and then dry them on delicate too...but I just take the pads out and put them back in after the pants are dry. I guess I just look at it like I paid too much for all this stuff to risk any problems. But I really don't think it would hurt anything. Probably save some hassle of taking out and putting back in. But I have to do it anyway between the two pair of pants since I only have one set of pads. I think I just said a lot of nothing. Sorry can't answer your question. Haha.Sep 4, 2014