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The Fox Titan Pro Knee/Shin Guard provides complete shin, knee and lower thigh coverage. This is seamlessly joined by a dual pivoting bio-mechanic hinge and floating patella guard. Securing the asymmetrical leg-specific guard is the Posi-Lock buckle system featuring one-time strap adjustment. In all, it delivers central, stay-put coverage throughout the entire range of motocross motion.
One size fits most
3-piece hinged, floating knee cup
Complete plastic knee, shin and lower thigh coverage
Asymmetrical left and right design for optimum fit
Ok, but could do better
Easy off easy on, however once on, not too comfortable. If used outside of pants, they scratch the gas tank.
July 20, 2015
Not good enough
I smashed my left Patella and broke my right Tibia at low speed when my legs hit the handle bars, I was wearing these guards. These things are not CE rated and do not have any
substantial shock absorbing material in them.
Do some research and find a CE rated guard.... don't find out the hard way like I have, I have not ridden for 11 months now and don't know when I will.
March 10, 2015
This is a great product for protection. But I cant wear them under my MSR Explorer Pants. They don't fit in the pants. I would recommend them as long as you've got lots of room in your pant legs. And I don't have huge legs.
I would like to see better air flow for those hot days.
February 23, 2015
Great protection with great comfort!
I really like this knee/Shin guards. I used to own the "Thor Sector Knee Guard" which are very cheap but I never felt protected with those.
This ones I like a lot because they are very comfortable I use them daily for commuting over my pants or jeans and they do not limit any mobility.
I really like the floating knee cup because it lets you move freely while still protecting you.
February 17, 2014
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Jessica C: Needed them, wanted a matching set between knee and elbow guardsAug 26, 2014
SAMUEL LEE S: I WANTED ABOVE AVERAGE KNEE PROTECTION.Jun 3, 2014
Daniel P: These are great! Comfortable enough that I forget I have them on. The offer the protection I was looking for and the comfort that gear is supposed to offer. Good choice for me.May 30, 2014
James S: Need them to wear with my Klim Mojave pants. At least that's what I tell myself because I am really a motorcycle gear junkie and buying new stuff from Revzilla is an addiction that has no possible cure.Mar 10, 2014
Reden B: Good protection and easy to wear while doing some stunt. :-)Mar 5, 2014
SAMUEL LEE S:They cover the entire knee 180 degrees side to side. It covers very well but no pads can give you full side impact protection and still be flexible. I highly recommend these for dense forest trail riding when you have branches and saplings wacking you, but it won't stop a 250 lb bike from making you into a pretzel. Feb 19, 2015
Marc F:They have good coverage but take up a lot of room. They do not fit under my ridding pants. But I am keeping them cause I will at some point get more ridding pants. You won't regret having them. They are very low on your shin and will go inside your boots. So if your boots are tight at the top they might not work.Feb 12, 2015
Taylor S:These knee guards fit inside your boot. I find them very comfortable inside my boots (Alpinstars Tech 7 Enduro). The in-boot fit actually holds them in place much better than shorter knee guards, which tend to slip down since all they have to hold them in place are mesh/velcro straps.
For the MX or Enduro rider, these are great. They are fairly bulky compared to some of the shorter, lighter models out there, but they offer really good protection and after riding for 2 minutes I more or less forget they are there. If I were more of a casual rider or went out to cruise on easy terrain/trails, would probably go with something slimmer. For what I do though (challenging enduro riding), I like them a lot.Aug 16, 2014
Jesse B:These shin and knee guards will fit perfectly and comfortably with virtually all boots. they seem long and the lower part might slip into the boot, which i had sometimes. You will hardly feel this. This occurs very rarely though, since you need to pull them up quite far to fit them on your knee, if fitted well this will not happen. If it happens it will not be uncomfortable though. I really reccomend these guards, no matter what boots you use. i have used them for almost a year now, and i find them to be up most comfortable. they work really well and are actually cooling in hot weather. I have used them at highest temperature in 30 degrees celcius, and my legs where cooled because of the wind going through the wind gaps. They work really well. in fact personally i rate these an 9 out of 10.Aug 16, 2014
emanuel m:Hey!! I just have a pair of these one and i wear it daily! With a puma 1000 v3 boots. And in the beginning it's a little uncomfortable but when you use frecuently it's an other part of you! You must buy it!! Safe its first Aug 17, 2014
Steve O:They do fit under my Alpinestars tech 7's. But, they do take-up quite a bit of space in my boots. I have taken lots of falls with these, with no injuries or damage to the pads. These pads go half-way down my shins in the front.Aug 17, 2014
David E. M:I've been using an alpinestar smx6, and those shin guards slide perfectly into my boots. They are quite long and the boots really high but belive me when i say they blend just fine.Aug 16, 2014