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Forcefield Zeus Knee Protectors

Ergonomically designed for optimum comfort, the Forcefield ZEUS knee protector reacts to the body’s natural movement whilst still offering the highest levels of protection from impact.

Fitted with the all new CE approved Forcefield NeT Armor which is removable, extremely light, flexible and breathable making it ideal for use in articulated areas such as the knee or elbow. The ZEUS is held firmly in place by a mixture of compression and adjustable elasticated straps, backed up with non-slip rubberised gripper tape at the inner top and bottom to ensure the ZEUS stays in place. Further protection is provided by the use of low-profile encased foam on the inner and outer knee which is fully covered in a breathable and abrasion resistant shell.

Highly breathable, supremely comfortable and fully CE approved the Forcefield ZEUS knee protectors are built to be worn all day and offer unparalleled levels of protection.

Features:

  • Fully CE approved
  • Removable Forcefield NeT Armour
  • Ergonomically designed for comfort
  • Fully breathable
  • Lightweight
  • Flexible 3d moulding
  • Abrasion resistant
  • Twin removable retaining strap
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Forcefield Zeus Knee Protectors 4.5 5 12 12
top of the line If you're looking for protection minus the pants, this is it. Top of the line protection, adjustable, and comfortable. More than I wanted to spend but the ability to wear with anything in my closet makes up for that. April 15, 2014
Comfortable (so far) I bought these due to a "spare tire" negating any chance at all to fit into remotely armored leather motorcycle pants. I'll be wearing them under a pair of "jean fit" thick cowhide leathers. Measured my knees per the sizing chart and was in the upper range of medium. They fit juuust right. There was no sign of rough seams or anything that would irritate the skin. Due to it still being Winter, on the first day of Spring, I have only worn them around the house for a few hours. I had to adjust them once due to repeated sitting/standing. March 20, 2014
Hit after hit, total protection. Great low profile protection. Hit after hit, total protection. Great low profile protection. Knees feel fresh after 20 takes (Although the muscles might be sore by then! ) January 5, 2014
Overall a good buy Pros: -Well fixed on knee -Side panels for added protection Cons: -Useless ruber logos sowed that add to bulkness January 4, 2014
Great product... ... but should be worn over long socks to make it more comfortable. There's something inside rubbing against my upper knee, I can't figure out what it is, that gets pretty uncomfortable after 4+ hours of wearing this -otherwise perfect- knee protector. December 23, 2013
Good airflow, comfort good for shorter rides. I tend to overheat easily so Forcefield's brand of webbed armor is perfect for me. The airflow they allow would be difficult to improve on. I would rate the kneeguards higher if the armor had a little more coverage around the sides of the knees. When I test them by falling to my knees on a hardwood floor, I can definitely feel it. While the armor is good, there is no cushioning behind it. It's the tradeoff you make when you want the high amount of ventilation, I guess. But I will trust the CE rating that they provide similar protection to my old armor. All that said, they are a good product, if a little pricey. The knee armor stops at the bottom of the knee and allows a tall boot. If you use mid-height boots, you'll likely have a 3-4" gap between the bottom of your knee armor and top of your boot. The latter is my condition and I'm 6'-0". In a sport position, the straps cause a bit of pinching at the back of my knee. This left a small bruise-like mark for a couple weeks after I used the kneeguards for an extended period on a x-country trip. I loosened the straps a bit on the ride home but it didn't seem to alleviate the pinching much. I wouldn't want to loosen them more and risk the pad sliding off the knee. The kneeguards have never budged once the entire time I have had them on, no lateral rotation and no sliding down on my calves while walking around. As someone said, they do have a rubber logo right on the kneecap that others said have caught on their pants. It didn't happen to me and my pants weren't exactly baggy. You can see the outline of the circle logo through your pants, though. So I may cut the logo off just for that reason. I've seen it done on YouTube and it doesn't affect the stitching. I combine these with Forcefield's Pro Action Shorts. I bypassed the pants as I didn't trust the knee and hip armor to fit correctly on my own personal legs. October 26, 2013
Practical, stay in place all day, good protection, comfortable These are an upgrade to my existing knee armour, my cheaper armour has hard plastic and padding this is soft, but it's the shock absorbtion that counts. Very strappy,but guess what those straps and overall design keep these in place, they don't slip down. Not a fashion statement but hey they are under your pants so no one will see them. I wear long soccer sock or riding socks and would recommend the same as I also wear shin guards (soccer guards) so I have full protection. Good guards, stay in place all day. Like any body armour after a days riding you are glad to take them off. I would buy them again. October 12, 2013
Good adjustability and stays in place. I am very pleased with quality and the fit of these knee pads. The CE armour seems very substansual,and along with my full length under armour, are comfortable for all day rides. They are alittle warm, but any discomfort is worth the protection they offer. July 1, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
B U: Bought it for small form factor and comfort based on reviews. Mar 16, 2014
S A: Its smaller than the rest and looks more comfortable. Nov 29, 2013
Mark Anthony R: When I returnde to motorcycling I purchased very good protection from Head to toe, I am now upgrading each piece of protection for two reasons, 1) to have optimum protection including upgrading my full face and jacket to hi vis. 2) I will then have two complete sets of head to toe protection which I can then offer to my sons (young men or my wife) should they wish to come for a ride as a passenger. Forcefield is an upgrade to my existing knee armour.
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Sep 14, 2013
A shopper asked: Is the price of $129 for one pair OR one piece? Feb 9, 2014
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Christopher M: They are sold in a pair. There is a left specific and a right specific protector in a pair. Feb 18, 2014
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Hubert S: The price is for one pair of knee protectors. Feb 18, 2014
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Earl F: It is for a pair. 1 for each knee Feb 18, 2014
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Frankie R: Its the price for the pair Mar 19, 2014
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Vishan P: They come as a pair dude. Feb 18, 2014
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Stephen B: It is for the pair. Feb 18, 2014
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Vishan P: They come a Feb 18, 2014
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Charles P asked: Are these open in the back so they can be easily put on over pants, or must you put your foot through then slide up to your knee? Mar 29, 2014
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da-vid m: These are closed tubes, so you put your feet through them; it can be difficult to put over pants. Also, the lower edge is too stiff, it was cutting into my leg when i walked; not a real problem when seated on the bike. So if you intend to take them off when you take off your helmet, you should be okay. Right now I am looking for an open one that I can just strap over my pants. Let me know if this is helpful. Mar 29, 2014
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Clarence A: You must slide your leg through, I wore them under my pants for three weeks on the TAT they were very comfortable as long as the Velcro didn't catch your leg. Fortunately I never found out how they would work in a crash. Mar 29, 2014
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Charles P: Thanks. Mar 29, 2014
Genevieve G: you actually have to put your feet through to slide them up to your knees. They're a bit thick, but comfortable and they do stay in place (even when walking) if you wrap the straps tightly enough. Mar 29, 2014
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Charles P: Thanks a lot David...I'm looking for the same thing as you. Presently have the EVS knee/shin guards that velcro over pants well, but are pretty long and must be put inside boots. Mar 29, 2014
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fadi d: These are slide up, very comfortable firm in the foot can protect for minor falls but do cause irritation if weared directly on skin so should be placed over pants Mar 29, 2014
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Charles P: Thanks Mar 29, 2014
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Oliver D asked: How do these compare to the limb tubes? Jan 23, 2014
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Ian B: I did a little video walk-through - I can't link to youtube here - but search for "Walk through and review of Zeus knee armor" - skip to 1:40 if you don't care about me poking fun at the Revzilla purple shirts Mar 18, 2014
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Steven A: Well I can't answer how they compare to limb tubes, but what i can tell you is that if you have larger then normal quads avoid these like the plague. The reason being is they slide down off your quad and bunch up behind your knee and do not feel overly comfortable when bending your knee and need constant adjustment. For brief periods of wear sure they would be fine, but for spirited riding where you are constantly moving and shifting on the bike don't bother, go look for something else.

That being said they are very well constructed and durable, they just did not work for my legs.
Jan 23, 2014
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Neiser D: it is much better since the padding is 3DO tech that makes it more flexible and the strap have loop vice in the limb tubes does not have any and it tends to move a lot and it needs re-adjustments constantly and it tend to get annoying. Jan 24, 2014
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Oliver D: Thanks Ian!!! One more question. How much bulk do these add to your pants? I found the limb tubes to show right through even with the baggiest jeans on. Cheers. Mar 18, 2014
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