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When you take it to the limit and then over the line, you need that extra point of contact to keep your rubber on the road. Knee draggers know this all too well and now you can join their ranks. The Icon Cloverleaf Knee Sliders strap on to your riding jeans or sliderless riding pants to give you protection and performance for those spirited rides. Built from Brazilian cowhide the Cloverleaf 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.

Features:

  • 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

Icon Men's Cloverleaf Sizing

Sizing Notes!

Measure 2" above and 4" below knee.

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"

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

KA Knee (Above) Measure your leg circumference, 1 inch above your kneecap.
KB Knee (Below) Measure your leg circumference, 1 inch below your kneecap.
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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Avoid! These things are worthless. I want to like them, but as others have mentioned, they don't stay put on your knee! What is the point if they are constantly moving around? I've tried strapping them as tight as possible, tried strapping them looser, made an X pattern with the straps....they still slide down your leg when you're riding in a straight line. Also, the straps bunch up behind your knee and can be extremely uncomfortable. Don't even think about trying to actually put your knee down with these things. They will slide around and you will end up tearing your knee up. I didn't plan on ever taking these to the track, just as protection for around-town riding, but I don't even trust them for that. At every stoplight I have to pull these things back up over my knee. I guess they look cool, at least. July 15, 2016
Small Investment for replacement Knee This is exactly what I was looking for to extend protection to a recently replaced knee. You might only think about your knees if you have an accident or wear out your knee like I did, but These only take a minute to put on and they might feel like they ride low on your knee. I could not find any other products like this, that was built for the Street, and not for Street or Dirt racing. June 21, 2016
Good for commuters I actually went down on my left side while wearing these and I have to say that I am impressed by the protection they gave me. I was on my way to work and lost traction during a slow (30 - 35 mph) high lean turn. The pavement I landed on had a layer of tar so traction wasn't good anyway, my bad. But, I ended up sliding across the pavement and if it weren't for the sliders, my knee would have been thrashed. When my knee impacted the pavement I thought for sure the knee pad would have come off but it didn't. The only nit pick I have is that the straps become loose after using them for a while. Plus the size is a bit big as I have thin legs. I might replace the straps myself with something that doesn't stretch and either go with D rings of clips if I can find some durable enough to take a crash. Otherwise these are great for just going around town. March 31, 2016
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
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