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The 3DF Knee Guard uses new Leatt® 3DF, 3-dimensional impact foam that offers a soft and flexible fit and energy-absorbing protection upon impact. This combination results in comfortable lightweight CE certified protection! Protection that includes MoistureCool wicking fabric that keeps you cool and Aramid Fiber for maximum abrasion resistance.
Super light weight
Moisture cool wicking fabric helps keep you cool
Abrasion resistant aramid fiber outer layer
Silicon laminated stretch for rock solid fitting
Side padding helps protect the delicate parts of the knee
Leatt knne armor
I just recently punches Leatt knee armor, and I have the to say there really comfortable and easy to ride with. Within week my purchase unfortunately I went down with my bike, and I have to say, in 55 MPH accident ,slide and role these knne armor save my knne and plantty of road rash.
Riding 2014 Aprilia RSV4 Factory.
June 16, 2014
How can something so tough be so comfortable?
I've been a skier for almost 40 years. Last season, I learned to snowboard at the behest of my 13 year old son. That first day was absolutely brutal. I wish I had knee guards that day. I realized that at 50, I bruise easier and don't bounce back quite as quickly as I did 20 years ago.
Now it's my boy's turn to learn to do something I love: riding motorcycles. Of course, that means dirt bikes. I ride mostly street, so we're both taking some off-road lessons this spring. I've got him all set with full protective gear but recalling my first season of snowboarding, I knew that if I was going to hit the trails (literally), I was going to need some better protection under my riding clothes, especially my knees.
I researched about a half dozen different knee guards and settled on either the Troy Lee T-Bones or the Leatt 3DF knee guards. The Troy Lees have had generally very good reviews and I found a pair of T-bones on sale on eBay, so I tried first. They are very rugged and tough, but also very stiff and uncomfortable, especially behind the knees. When I bent my knees the sleeve material would bind and pinch the skin.
Then I decided to try these Leatt 3DF guards, which have gotten almost universal praise from numerous reviewers. Revzilla was competitive with pricing and shipped them free and lightening fast, as always. The first thing that struck me was how hard, light and encompassing the knee cup is. It fully protects the front, top and sides of the patella and extends just far enough down to cover the soft tissue area between the patella and tibia. The sleeve is made of fairly thin, moisture-wicking elasticated material with a large opening behind the knee, which permits full range of motion without binding against the skin. There is only one strap above the knee but the inside of the top opening has silicone ribbing to assist keeping the guard in place. In short, they fit securely and are extremely comfortable, without super-tall socks or compression sleeves, to the point of being forgettable while in use.
I consulted the sizing chart on the Leatt web site before ordering and the fit was spot-on. If you are looking for knee guards, don't go cheap. Spend an extra $20 and get these Leatt knee guards. You'll be glad you did. They are worth every penny.
February 6, 2014
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C W: I bought these knee guards because of all the reviews I read of how comfortable they were. The reviews were correct! These are extremely comfortable knee guards. After a few minutes you don't even really notice you have them on. Very comfortable for all-day trail riding.Jun 11, 2014
Scott S: Extra protection under jeans. Kinda bulky...Jun 1, 2014