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Icon Field Armor Stryker Knee Guard

Road rash on your knees or gouged shins will ruin your month. Icon knows these lessons well. If you chose to hit the streets in anything less then full leather pants you need knee armor. That's a damn fact. The Field Armor Stryker knee armor is equipped with d3o intelligent foam and feature full CE approval. The low-profile rider developed chassis fits easily under almost any pant with easy adjustment Velcro strapping to keep them in place. Wear them and stand a fighting chance of skipping that painful trip to the hospital, so you can begin the equally painful search for new clipon and rearset on ebay.

Features:

  • EN 1621-1/1997 K+L TYPE B APPROVED KNEE AND LEG IMPACT PROTECTORS
  • BREATHABLE INTELLIGENT IMPACT DISPERSION SYSTEM
  • ARTICULATING INJECTION MOLDED SHELL WITH AIR FLOW CHANNELS
  • VENTED BIOFOAM AND AIRMESH CHASSIS
  • HYDRADRY MOISTURE WICKING LINER
  • Sold in pairs
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Icon Field Armor Stryker Knee Guard 3.9 5 31 31
This may be alright for scooter riders, but it is unusable for motorcycle riders Honestly is has a very good protection, and with the d3o material you feel really protected. But they made a huge design mistake, not adding a third strap that will hold the protector from sliding off. I can see that it may be well sitted for scooter riders, because it stays at place as long as you don't touch it. But on a motorcycle it will probably touch the body of your motorcycle (that what happened to me) and that causes it to slide down. It feels uncomfortable because of this lack of stability. January 12, 2014
If you are doing track days and want some added protection fine. For road riding and touring the logistics and lack of comfort for strapping these guards on to your legs and the pulling on jeans is not an option. The lower shin guard has a slight lip and this digs into your shin. The straps and location are uncomfortable against the skin. To put sub layers on then jeans over the top makes it all too hard and hot. No...they are impractical for road riding use.. get some nice leather or breathable textile armour pants. January 5, 2014
PERFECT WORE IT FITTING AS EXPECTED I RECOMMEND MY FRIENDS TO BUY. December 16, 2013
Great Protection I haven't yet to try it in an accident and I hope I won't, but I feel safe wearing them under my jeans knowing my knees and shins are well protected. They fit perfectly I forget they are there. November 4, 2013
Good protection, decent knee and shin cover I wear these under AGV cargo pants which are tucked into Forma adventure boots most of the time. Keeps the pads nice and snug against pants and in place very sturdy. Find that the straps will fray from velcro if you dont store done up (will catch on backwards). The straps are size adjustable - basically cut to size after fitting and one is having velcro pad coming undone from strap after a few rides. Should be cross stitched to minimize this as they are designed to be cut to size. I find long high socks prevent strap rash and digging into your calves and spacing out straps over/under calves works as well. Also, make sure you wear/try these around for a while (on bike too) to get used to placement on leg and knee. Since the end (bottom) portion of (shin) guard will dig into your shins if you pull the pads too high your pants 'hinge' on the shin guard rather than slide or move with the articulating knee sections. Plastics and overlapping/hinged knee protection feels solid and covers a good area on knee. d3o reduces size but still feels like substantial padding. Strapped on, over socks, the pads feel good under the AGVs. On cooler days the only part of my legs that cops any cold is thigh area between alpinestars bionic freeride shorts and these guards. (around 15°C) Im happy to have that cold protection - summertime it will get hot regardless of what knee protection you're wearing. October 10, 2013
Far better than nothing These are awesome. I wear these under my work pants for the commute and nearly forget I'm wearing them. If you find yourself riding around in pants that don't offer protection consider picking these up. When added protection is as easy as this there's no reason NOT to wear it. I do hate how the Velcro frizzes up the straps though (store with Velcro closed!). September 21, 2013
overpriced for what they are if you have large calves the lower strap is too short, no more ventilation than any other knee pads. get some hard shell knee pads from lowes or home depot and strap them on tight to get the same protection. July 29, 2013
Good protective material but bad design The materials are good quality but the design is just bad. These knee and shin guards would be good if the velcro straps didn't attach in the front of the pads. If you are sliding on them the straps would likely come off from the friction with the ground and result in road rash. It should also have a 3rd strap on top for stability. Icon's previous model for knee and shin guards were designed so much better. I would not recommend this product for anyone. I ended up buying the Dainese Knee V guard which is designed much better. July 10, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Joseph k: I have a low rent pair and the Icons appear more substantial and have better securement. Apr 16, 2014
H U: After a spill I needed something to protect my knees and these look like they can take a beating as well as be wearable with shorts. Feb 20, 2014
Daniel F: Summer half-gear riding Oct 1, 2013
J A: Wanted knee protection when wearing my jeans. Aug 31, 2013
Ricardo D: protection easy to use Aug 16, 2013
A shopper asked: Does it sell as a pair? Apr 10, 2011
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pvny: Yes. In fact, they are asymmetrical. One is labeled for your right leg and the other for your left. You get both sides in one order. Mar 7, 2013
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Buddamasta: All Knee and elbow guards sell as a pair :) just like socks :) Apr 16, 2012
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Blackbear: Im about to ask this question, can anyone answer this? Jan 20, 2012
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Chris K: Yes, these sell as a pair as do the elbow guards. Apr 11, 2011
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Topmechanic09: Yes. Apr 11, 2012
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A shopper asked: How come? Jan 20, 2012
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Chris K: Unfortunately, ICON has raised the prices on some of their items. This change happened after we had produced the video review. Sorry for the disappointment! Jan 31, 2012
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Topmechanic09: Icon bumped up their prices after they first released this protection. Check any other website they are all like that. Apr 11, 2012
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A shopper asked: I am planning on buying size 34 pants. I was wondering if these fit under the pants. Thank you. Jan 6, 2012
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OldManRick: The knee armor will definitely fit under the Icon Victory Riding Pants, the question is will your legs fit in the pants at the same time.

Most likely, yes.

However, if you wear a size 34 pant but have big, beefy legs (thighs and calves), you may have a problem. There is a video at the Icon site that may help you decide how big and beefy your legs are, if your girlfriend has not already told you. The video is here (click under the photo of the armor):

http://www.rideicon.com/product_details.jsp?category=3434&id=12519
Jan 23, 2012
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Stevan P: There should not be a problem fitting them under the Victory Pants. They are generously cut for that very reason. Jan 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: I got this knee protectors but they turned out to be super uncovortable to wear under pants, very bulky in the knees and the straps are annoying to the calf, however they fit very confortable when using over pants, but what worries me is if in a case of a high speed accident the straps will be able to hold the knee pands in place over my pants. Jan 23, 2013
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RevZilla: The Icon Field Armor Stryker Knee Guard can be used under, or over a pair of pants, but can definitely feel uncomfortable underneath your pants depending on how much room and flexibility you will have.

If you plan on wearing these knee protection over your pants, you should have the same impact protection, but the abrasion resistance would be less efficient than a pair of Nylon, Polyester, Cordura, or leather motorcycle pants.
Jan 24, 2013
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Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
One Size Fits Most 764531 27040238 In Stock: Ships next business day