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Icon Cloverleaf Knee Sliders
  • Icon Cloverleaf Knee Sliders - Black
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  • Icon Cloverleaf Knee Sliders - White
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  • Icon Cloverleaf Knee Sliders

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How far do you push it? How much do you lean? If the answer to both those questions are “far” and “a lot” then you need proper gear for the ride. 

The Icon Field Armor Cloverleaf Sliders offer an advanced level of protection if you are one of the talented few with the skills and down-low fortitude to drag your knee on the street. With 3 hook & loop adjustable straps for a comfortably snug fit, these strap-on leather knee sliders can operate independently of any pants if you want to rock them commando (definitely not recommended).

Built from Brazilian cowhide the Cloverleaf is available in either Black or White options and offers removable/replaceable knee pucks for extended sliding sessions. A layer of D3O armor is situated under the exterior shell to provide increased impact protection should there be an... issue.

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  • 1.2-1.4mm TrackSpec leather chassis
  • D30 impact protectors at the knees
  • Replaceable nylon knee puck
  • Cut-to-length hook & loop straps
  • Hydradry wicking lining
  • CE Certified prEN1621-1:2011

Men's Knee Guard

Size Circumference 2" above kneecap (in)   Circumference 4" below kneecap (in)
SM-MD Minimum 10" Minimum 12"
Maximum 19" Maximum 18"
LG-XL Minimum 13" Minimum 14"
Maximum 22" Maximum 21"

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM-MD 971130 27040331 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG-XL 971141 27040332 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / SM-MD 971131 27040333 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White / LG-XL 971142 27040334 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Most uncomfortable piece of gear I ever put on. I love the look and idea of these but if I put then on where they are supposed to go the top strap pinches the back of my knee. If I make it where the straps a comfortable then it slides down and don't cover my knee. October 19, 2015
Not many good choices Let me preface this by saying I actually use these all the time. I don't have unlimited pairs of motorcycle jeans and bike appropriate, business acceptable attire with knee armor. Typical Icon fit - huge and baggy looking. When people ask about these I just say "I can show you the scar I got from not wearing knee protection." Airflow - leather + barely perforated D3O = sweaty knees. On the other hand, I'm sure they are good in cold weather, but I'd rather have cool and light and wear heavier pants / layers in cold weather (and in Florida it's almost never needed). Maybe Forcefield perforated foam / rubber and something like superfabric instead of leather? (with some bike-friendly soft bits on the inside edges, as abrasion resistant fabric isn't good for paint) Durability - The elastic straps are wrinkling after light use. I'd like to see Rok-Strap style straps with heavy duty elastic on one side, and nylon webbing with a buckle on the other for quick on-off. Disconcerting - I lost the left knee slider "somewhere", sitting in a restaurant! They seem to fall off easily if something catches the corners, on mine especially the left one which fell off all the time. Maybe something stronger than Velcro like 3M Dual Lock (the locking hard plastic pin stuff instead of hook and loop) would make these more secure? Or "tabs" of Velcro fabric that stick out past the hard slider like many other brands' sliders. October 18, 2015
Not a good product My experience with Revzilla is great. However, this product is subpar to what I expected from Icon. It is not comfortable at all. It keeps sliding down my pants, I have tried them on jeans and textile riding pants. Because they don't stay in place, they are almost useless as I do not put my trust on them to drag knee. I worry they will not be where I expect them to be and end up causing me pain. September 28, 2015
Perfect accessory Fit is great, quality is great. Perfect way to get your knee down without having to go full leathers. So much more comfortable, cool, light weight and convenient than leathers. September 15, 2015
Awesome knee protection for the streets I like to take corners hard up in the mountains/hills where there aren't many people and cars but did not want to buy a full leather suit or leather pants to supplement my jacket. These are awesome substitutes and they feel comfortable. I feel protected and they can be easily removed and taken off. Before I was wearing knee protection under my jeans and they were a hassle to get off whenever I ride my bike to work. The only nitpick that I have is that you will have to find the perfect position otherwise it will feel a little uncomfortable and you might not be able to bend your knees as much without feeling discomfort. August 25, 2015
awesome. the cut to fit straps are fantastic. Feels and fits well. Easy to put on and take off. Easily move around while wearing. Icon is awesime. August 24, 2015
Get them knees down I've been flirting with the idea of dragging a knee since getting my bike but didn't have to money to push for a full suit or pants that had pucks (+$400). These did just the trick! put them on and took a trip to my favorite spot. Within a few turns I was getting to that sweet spot I'd been hoping for. Slide well and well worth the money if your looking to protect your knees or get a knee down. A little uncomfortable like most say but I cut the middle strap, moved them up from where I had them on my leg and they feel 10x better. They do run large (I'm 6'7" 220 lbs) and I got the sm/md. It fits perfect with a little room to spare. August 16, 2015
Innovative and comfortable And there finally comes a day when a manufacturer releases knee protection gear for your jeans - with sliders. Great for commuting or any time you would rather not wear your leathers. I really like it. It inspires street cornering confidence even if you are not even close to knee sliding. If you are, even better so. Very comfortable as well. Tip: Unless you have very large "big guy" legs, go for the smaller size. The larger one is huge in width and in strap length. July 21, 2015
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Emilio F: Easy to put on and great level of protection. Nov 22, 2015
Devalin S: I like the way they look Oct 25, 2015
Dave D: To be able to easily trow on over the op of my jeans to make a ride to work easy.. Oct 23, 2015
Shawn P: I wanted to commute to work with added safety. I also want to attend my group rides without wearing my full racing leathers or two piece leathers but still be motivated to ride aggressively. Sep 8, 2015
Desmond O: Wanted easy to remove knee protection Sep 5, 2015
Nathan H: Protection when commuting in jeans/regular type pants. Easy on, Easy off, no need to change pants or bring a pair. Take them off, through them in my tail bag and done. Aug 7, 2015
Cesar O: I'm giving this as a gift to a brand new rider and I would like for this individual to feel as comfortable as possible in knowing that they will have optimal protection in the event of a fall or crash. As well that I understand that most riders, myself included, choose not to wear any type of motorcycle riding pants for crash protection outside of adverse inclement weather conditions. Jul 18, 2015
Rudimar R: leather material, knee protection, removable slider Jul 13, 2015
michael w: I'm looking for good knee protection (was in an accident and had damage to my knees). I believe this will be a good product. Jul 7, 2015
Kham V: For daily commuting since my knee always feel naked by not being protected. I already my gloves, helmet, shoes, so why not protect the knee, too. Apr 16, 2015
Nicole T: With the scorching aussie heat sometimes it's not suitable to be decked out in all leather, these will go well over the Draggin Jeans providing a little extra protection out on the roads. Jan 13, 2015
James M: It's more expensive but for the look and function, I choose this Sep 2, 2014
Mark R: Good Knee protection is hard to find and one of the most common injuries. Great to see these on the market. Aug 19, 2014
Paul A: I ride every day my sporstbike and love to take sharp corners but can not wera my leather track pants everyday this is a perfect option Aug 19, 2014
clyde m: my super safety-conscious friend told me about them. look like a great insurance for my knees when i want to wear a regular pair of jeans and not have to have a bulky pair of knee pads in place after I reach my destination. Aug 7, 2014
william b asked: Has anyone had issues securing these over jeans? I know some knee protection tends to move around a little too much or is way to tight for a comfortable ride. Nov 18, 2014
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Rafael Z: Yes, I've had, it stays in place for a couple minutes then slides down away from the knee... FWIW I have an average sized body: 1,75m, 75kg, and a Ninja 650R, maybe a SS position would lock it more in place? Nov 18, 2014
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Cheol Ho H: I have been using couple of days... and does not have any issues you menthioned. Because you can regulate the tightness how you need.

Nov 18, 2014
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Stephen C: I have one of these, no problems on highway. But if you going moving to much your legs like in city they go a little bit down Nov 18, 2014
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Reid L: How long have you ridden with these before they get uncomfortable? Do you loose circulation on longer trips?
Feb 23, 2015
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Reid L asked: How long have you ridden with these before they get uncomfortable? Do you loose circulation on longer trips?
Feb 23, 2015
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Tyrus M: First off, I actually cut the middle strap completely out. They've been comfortable ever since. For me they don't cut off circulation but if they did, I would just loosen them a little. They really don't need to be that tight when you're riding. The longest I've spent with them on was about a 6 hour ride and they did fine. They did get uncomfortable occasionally but I would just stop and adjust my pants under the straps. When you put them on just pull your pants so there's lots of slack above the knee and keep the folds of your pants to the side/front and not in your "knee-pit". Feb 23, 2015
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Rafael Z: They are not comfortable, never tried them without a thick fabric underneath, pretty sure it would hurt.

I never used them for long trips, nor plan to, they slide too much downwards. I don't recommend them.
Feb 25, 2015
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Paul A: I have got them for almost a year , they are not unconfortable but they tend to get loose a little bit. Feb 23, 2015
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Russell E asked: hello,

do you think the large size would fit over leather riding pants? i would like to put these over my Vanson pants to use at the track. they have knee pads built in but no knee sliders. the knee is quite large with the pads so i'm not sure if these will strap properly.

Sep 1, 2014
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Diego B: Yes, will fit. But I think is more a fashion use than as a slider, the straps hold it well but not as a strong to slide on it.....I bought it due to the D30 knee cup protector Sep 1, 2014
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Kent H: They fit fine over any pants you might have. Since they come with the D3O knee armor, I would recommend taking the armor out of the pants before putting the Cloverleafs over them. They aren't designed to be used in conjunction with another armor underneath. Sep 1, 2014
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BINGNAN W: L/XL fits my size 36 Joe Rocket leather pants with no problem. I have not test it on the track yet, but I am afraid it will slide around on leather pants when knee down. If you have a built in velcro pads on your pants, I would rather just buy a pair of woodcraft knee pucks. I bought it because my JR pants dont come with velcro pads. If you use it on your jeans, I think it will not slide much, but I dont think it is a good idea to knee down with jeans. I would consider these as pants/knee protector rather than knee sliders. And quality needs to be improved. My left and right do not fit exactly the same. Sep 1, 2014
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Paul A: They will probably fit i have the icon armor knee protector and took the med/large size and they fit perfectly so i took the same suze for the cliverleaf and they are way bigger than what i expected! Sep 1, 2014
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Russell E: thanks paul, i had already ordered the large/XL before your reply, i hope they're not too big. Sep 1, 2014
cody c: The cloverfeafs have built in knee pads. I think if you take them out of one or the other you should have no problem. Sep 1, 2014
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Russell E: thanks man, that's a good idea! Sep 1, 2014
A shopper asked: I have Shift one piece leathers. I have armor in the knees but not sliders. Will these work for me? Nov 4, 2014
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Russell E: hello,
i'm not familiar with shift's leathers but these fit over the knee area on my Vanson leather pants. same as you, my pants don't have velcro to attach knee sliders. i am usually medium in pants (31 waist USA) and these fit perfectly over the knee. but you have to remove the knee pads inside your pants as these already have knee pads and probably wouldn't fit otherwise. hope this helps.
Nov 4, 2014
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Mourad A: These suppose to work over any pants
They hold very well over jeans, this is my personal experience.
They look cool, comfortable and help well to feel the curve when you drag your knees.
Hope this will help
Nov 4, 2014
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Brandon W: Knee sliders are designed to slide where yours are protection from a slide out or crash. If you want to get down more and drag knee, get knee sliders. Nov 4, 2014
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Paul A: the sliders yes but instead of buying the hole knee protector why don't you buy just the sliders with velcrow Nov 5, 2014
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