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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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Great knee pad I have a bad knee from an old bike accident and I need some form of knee protection. When I wear my scorpion jeans I'm all set but if I don't I use these Icon knee pads. They fit well and are hinged so they are very comfy especially in a seated position. They are solid so there is no air flow which makes sweat. They are hydradry but it's still sweat. I like these better than the dainese I had. If you like your knees I recommend these. lol June 29, 2015
Great alternative to padding clothing for warm/hot weather riding but not low profile These knee/shin guards offer great protection (love that it also covers the shins). I haven't gone down in them (and hope I never go down at all obviously) but it's obvious that these things are going to hold up to a good bit of impact and really pay for itself if you every do go down in them. That being said I have 2 problems with these guards. First, they are not really low profile. Unless you wear baggy pants it's going to be a tight fit when worn under jeans. And the way it's designed seems to imply that it is meant to be worn under clothing as the top part that bends on the hinges will not sit flushed against the top part of your knee. Then again I have no reason to believe that this would compromise its protective function so it's more of me just being picky about the aesthetics. The second problem I had with these is the first pair I ordered actually broke under my jeans. I went out and shot some pool with some buddies and was wearing these under my jeans. Besides getting up to take a shot and sitting down I didn't do anything to put excessive strain on the hinge. None-the-less when I got home I noticed they felt funny and then realized that one of the hinges had broken off. This is just a testament to how tight they will be around the jeans. You may be wondering why I left them on. It's because I can't take them off or put them on without unzipping my pants. I haven't had a problem with the replacement pair I have though and I've worn them as much as I worn the first pair. I think I may not have paid attention to which guards were the right and which or the left and wore it backwards. It's not visibly noticeable but there may be a slight design difference between the right and left guard so pay attention to the stick which tells you which one goes on which leg. In summary this is still a great buy! I don't have buyers remorse as I haven't really seen a better alternative except for maybe the forcefields, but I can't say anything about those since I've never tried them. June 4, 2015
Glad that I bought them I have big legs and these fit perfectly under my DG Defender jeans. They are comfortable and have great air flow. The straps may become a little bothersome if you fasten too tightly. I don't recommend that you wear on top of your pants. I feel that my knees are fully protected and hope to never have to really use them :-) May 18, 2015
Good protection for the price. Easy to use. I bought these after bashing my knee pretty hard on asphalt after a low-speed front wheel brake lockup (that pedestrian came out of nowhere). They seem to offer great protection for that kind of fall, and also protect the shins. I wear them over jeans because its easy and my jeans are not baggy enough to contain them. Seems to work just fine. Sometimes I walk around stores with them on and forget I am wearing them (until I get weird looks). If you want knee and shin protection, I think these are a great buy. May 11, 2015
love it Great product I wear mostly under my jeans the straps do bother your skin if your not wearing long socks but other then that they are great, the plastic will scrape your fairings if not under jeans but that makes sense plastic on plastic equals marks great product tho! March 30, 2015
great for dragging the knee on corners I dont knee drag too much around other cars but when i do its nice and comforting know have these guards on. They fit fine over jeans and theyre adjustable. I ride a yamaha r6 so first wear surprised me because they were raised up but best bet to get the more perfect fit before you get on your bike is try to bend your legs as close to what it will be when youre on the bike l. Also the top adjustable flap never seems to return to the top of the knee after standing at a stop light so thats a tad annoying but just readjust them as i ride. March 10, 2015
Returned them They are fairly bulky but the biggest problem was the straps. They were scratchy around the rear of the knee due to the stitching and I was constantly uncomfortable. If they were great in all other respects, I would live with this but they were only average. October 30, 2014
Never Ride without Them I've got about 2,000 miles on these now and thought I'd write a quick review. Yes, the straps are uncomfortable at first. But give them a chance, they break in quickly and these really do disappear the longer you use them. Easy on and off, tight as you want them to be, stay in place to protect appropriately, these really are the way to go. Off the bike for a quick trip into the 7-11, you don't walk funny and no one would ever know you had them on. I wouldn't wear them for hours off the bike but they are certainly fine for a stop or lunch or whatever while on a trip. The last thing I need is a lifelong knee injury from some silly low speed dump or a high speed slide. These are comfortable and very confidence inspiring. Put them and drop with force onto your knees and you'll be impressed at how you don't feel a thing. Worth the money for sure, I'll never ride without them. August 17, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Barbara P: To protect my grandson Jun 14, 2015
Ibinabo O: Buying it for a friend. Looks like a good fit. another friend has one similar to this and likes it so far. May 27, 2015
Asher M: Never use this. Not even once. What can I do with it now? Feb 19, 2015
Jose S: To guard my shin surgery, but a week later a rivet snapped off. Repaced the rivet with a zip tie. Dec 3, 2014
Trevor D: Was in need of additional protection when not wearing riding pants. Also wanted something that I could put on and take off quickly. Sep 19, 2014
Louis-Daniel B: to bypass overpants on short trips Jul 9, 2014
Daniel O: Fit and safty May 14, 2014
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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Kerwin A asked: Does this knee protector fit well with riding boots, eg. Alpinestars SMX 6 boots? Dec 28, 2014
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Jason C: I wear swat/military style steel toe/steel shank boots that come up pretty high (10 eye/side laces), and they fit just fine for me. Because of the design of the straps, you can adjust the fit so that they are comfortable, while not sacrificing protection, even if there is some overlap where they meet your boots. Jan 19, 2015
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A shopper asked: I love my stryker knee pads but they are really getting smelly. What are the wash/care instructions? Mine are worn off. Jul 18, 2014
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Jason C: The booklet that came with them says:

"Do not wash the Stryker Knee Armor with water. Remove any dirt with a damp cloth. Dry by laying the Stryker Elbow Armor and Stryker Knee Armor flat on a towel in a well-ventilated area. Do not use hair dryers or other heaters. Do not use solvents or other toxic substances to clean the Stryker Elbow Armor or Stryker Knee Armor."

That being said, I just wipe mine down and let them dry after every ride, then hit them with some Febreze. Also, I hang mine up, so that they get a chance to air out between rides.

Hope that helps. Ride safe.
Jul 18, 2014
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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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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"

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

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
One Size Fits Most 764531 2704-0238 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours