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Icon D30 Replacement Knee Pads

An advanced, patented polymer, CE-rated D3O® impact protectors are the latest advancement in protective armor. D3O® impact protectors utilize intelligent molecules that lock together on impact. Because of this, the impact protector can be made thinner and lighter, making a jacket more comfortable and easier to wear. However, this decreased size does not come at the expense of impact protection.

Will fit any ICON Pants that were originally equipped with ICON Field Armor Knee Pads.

Sold as a pair.


  • 143mm X 227mm (approx. 5.6" x 8.9")
  • 109 grams each (3.8 oz)
  • 10mm thick
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Icon D3O Knee Pads 4.7 5 10 10
Wonderful These knee pads are perfect fit. I've creative homemade riding jeans with them.The fitment is great and they are very comfortable. November 10, 2014
Excellent Value! After a hard getoff that left me with a cut knee, right through the flimsy knee protection in my pants, I wanted better protection. These D30 pads are great! Soft and comfortable but protective. I had to trim them a little to get them into the pockets, easily done with scissors. I haven't crash tested them yet, but hey... it's D30, it'll be fine. Also, these will work as elbow pads. For the price, they can't be beat, and they arrived promptly. Revzilla is my first stop, every time, and usually my last- thanks guys!! October 27, 2014
Moving Pieces We all are trying to balance safety, comfort, and at least a little style when we choose our gear. Sometimes a piece meant for one place works out better in another. That is the case with these Icon Knee Pads. They fit perfectly as elbow guards in my heavy leather jacket. Complete comfort and more protective coverage. This is an excellent example of being allowed to pick different parts from a large inventory of pieces, and put them where they do us the most good no matter what the title is. I hope to never find out, but I feel protected from my elbow down in this flexible, lightweight armor. October 21, 2014
Excellent replacement armor at an amazing price I bought a full set of Icon D3O armor to replace the old armor in my race suit. The armor itself is actually generic D3O T5 Evo armor (CE Level 1, but very near Level 2). It is incredible value for what it costs. To get to true CE Level 2 you have to pay at least twice as much. The armor is lightweight, flexible and comfortable. It conforms to the shape of your body and doesn't dig into your flesh. I basically couldn't feel it when I don my race suit. I haven't tested it in action but I think it will hold up well for anything but the nastiest crashes. By the way, the knee armor works for elbow as well. In fact, if in doubt, get the knee armor since it cost the same as the elbow armor. You can easily cut D3O using a sharp pair of scissors. The D3O material feels a bit slick, like new tires. If you want to bond it to something, roughen it up with medium sandpaper or a fine file, and clean with isopropyl alcohol first. Mine bonded to velcro with nylon backing easily using cyanoacrylate glue (i.e. super glue). September 11, 2014
Good price, right fit. I wear these with my Alpinestars Drystar pants. They form to your knees fairly well and are not uncomfortable. I am, however, limited in experience with replaceable padding/armor so I have very little else to compare them to. May 5, 2014
Love 'em! Basically, I'm a big fan of these knee protectors because they are inexpensive, flexible, and comfortable. Check out the various videos on the internet showing off the D3O material and you'll be sold. April 23, 2014
Great bang for buck When I looked for armor inserts for my AGV kevlar jeans I wanted D3O because of the success that pad has had within the indusrty but I had no idea that it could be aquired for such a resonable price. I've only had one outting in the jeans since I've put the pads in and that was about a 100 mile ride in 57 degree F weather, that is why I rated Protection, Air Flow and Features at an verage rating because I have not had enough time with them for a fair assessment. I will tell you that for the "generic" velcro-adjusted pocket that my jeans provide these pads fit very well and were quite comfortable while riding. January 6, 2014
Re-purposed these I picked up the whole set of D3O armor from Icon for my Tourmaster Transition 2 jacket and Venture overpants. What I found was, the shoulder armor fit very well, but the knee and elbow armor was too small for the pockets in both garments. What I ended up doing was swapping the knee armor into the jacket sleeves. They fit quite well! Now I just need to figure out what to do with this elbow armor... December 10, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
JoAnn M: comments said it was comfortable and the knee protectors I now have are not. Mar 28, 2015
Koji M: Lightweight & flexibility Mar 11, 2015
thorick g c: for urban bicycle commuting to fit in the knee armor pockets of SWAT style pants. Jan 27, 2015
Eric N: For my casual riding pants that have old foam armor. Oct 18, 2014
Steven K: To beef up the elbow armor in my leather jacket. These fit better and cover more than most elbow specific armor. Oct 11, 2014
Michael S: Upgrading knee armor in my Klim Dakars after a hard getoff a month ago. My knee is still sore; the existing armor was not very effective. Hopefully I won't wreck again, and if I do it won't hurt as much. Oct 7, 2014
Paul M: upgrades for the field armor in my Device over pants Sep 30, 2014
Mark Y: I value my knees Aug 27, 2014
john b: wanted this high level of armour Aug 12, 2014
Peter L: sewing armor into my kevlar/denim jeans Aug 2, 2014
Mike S: Flexible with great protection. Best out there. Jul 22, 2014
Hugo Z: Need an extra set for a new jacket. May 25, 2014
Donald R: Tourmaster Venture pants needed an upgrade. Unfortunately, these were to small for the "pocket in the pants. However, they worked very well as elbow armor in my Transition 2 Jacket! Apr 10, 2014
Kenneth K: I have a pair of mesh textile pants that I like, but I've always felt the knee amor that came with the pants was a little less protection than I ought to provide for myself. Reading about this newer generation of D30 armor, it seemed a good idea to check out how well they might fit for use with my existing mesh riding pants. I suspect they will be a better choice. (I'll let you know how that works out.) Mar 19, 2014
Eric G: Good value for this level of protection. I may replace ALL my existing armor at this price point! Mar 19, 2014
Azeez A: According to the comments, the pads in the pant i'm buying suck, so i'm getting backup pads Mar 8, 2014
Parker O: Needed to upgrade the armor that came in my leather jacket. I think these will fill out the armor pocket better than Icon's D30 elbow armor. Feb 22, 2014
Matthew F: The measurements on these appear to be sized such that I can use them with sartso jeans that I own Feb 9, 2014
Isaac T: to fit into my AGV kevlar jeans Jan 19, 2014
Jorge V: The protection on my original triumph pants is a bit buly and can get uncomfortable during long rides, I decided to go for these, because I herd they where lighter and less bulky. We will see. Jan 16, 2014
Gary A: I replaced thin knee pads in mt mesh summer pands Jan 8, 2014
Steven P: To go inside the AGV Sport Malibu Kevlar Jeans I ordered. Nov 14, 2013
L A: Just incase I order pants that would allow me to insert knee armor. =) Aug 22, 2013
David C: Original ICON knee pads were a little uncomfortable, and D30 is a great upgrade in protection. Aug 19, 2013
A S asked: What level of CE protection are these pads? CE1 or CE2? Mar 27, 2015
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A S: Will these pads fit in a pair of Joe Rocket textile pants? Mar 27, 2015
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Edward W asked: Has anyone tried these knee pads on Uglybros jeans? Nov 14, 2014
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james m: Icon D3O knee armor inserts will fit into UglyBros Moto-Pants, but with Icon's insert being narrower on the lower segment, and therefore, in my mind, providing less protective coverage than the UglyBros CE rated knee inserts, I still use the UglyBros inserts. Nov 15, 2014
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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Icon D3O Knee Pads 886741 2706-0161 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours