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Kyle K:Yes there is a left & right. The larger opening goes forward. I did have to trim mine some to fit the hip pockets on my KLIM paints. They are comfortable & provide additional protection. I purchased KLIM hip & knee pads after going down with the thin pads that came with the paints. I have not tested these yet but believe they would be better protection. I strongly recommend replacing the ones that came with the paints.Sep 16, 2013
DARREN S:I don't know what thickness the pads are in the Dakar pants. I have field-tested these (aka fallen several times on trails at speeds <10 mph) and never had injuries from the falls. Even if these are not thicker than Dakar pants I believe they will still protect sufficiently.Feb 21, 2014
Reg M:very worthwhile upgrade to thin foam pads....I do not always use them as I have taken to wearing padded under shorts that also include tailbone and front thigh pads that will not move during a hard landing...same theory with knee pads.Feb 21, 2014
David S:Oh yes, much thicker, no comparison. As I recall, my Dakars came with basically a foam pad. Nice pants, but the hip pads are almost nothing. I have the Dakar pants and put in these pads.Feb 21, 2014
Kyle K:David The Klim hip pads were twice as thick as the standard pads that came with the Klim paints. They were a bit wider, not much. Having dropped my bike once using the standard pads I never ride with out the CE rated Klim pad now.Apr 22, 2014