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The Leatt Dual Axis knee and leg guards are comfortable, well-ventilated protectors with two pivot points that allows them to more accurately bend with the human knee’s natural movements. They cover the knee, even when fully bent, as well as the lower thigh and most of the lower legs. Great levels of impact protection are proven by the CE impact safety standard they are certified to. They are also certified to CE’s abrasion resistance safety standard. Strap buckles are low profile with no edges to hang up on your riding pants. Straps are also backed by soft, comfortable, vented airprene material that resists slipping. Lighter weight, most comfortable and offers more freedom of movement than almost any other CE certified protection system.
3 dimensionally designed for optimal fit
Impact tested and CE certified to EN 1621-1
Abrasion tested and CE certified to EN 13595-2, Level 2
Anatomically correct dual pivot points
Light at only 1.9 pounds (850grams) per pair
Slim design for use over or under riding pants, fits well with boots
9 large vents help keep you cool
Made from High Density Poly Ethylene, HDPE, and washable Leatt foam
Good Knee Guard
Pretty comfortable, even on long rides and offers good protection. I had two hard spills on rocky terrain and no damage to knees.
A couple of screws fell out after two rides and Leatt replaced them in a timely fashion. I used Locktite on all screws since and experienced no such problems again.
Another reviewer mentioned that they were bulky, but they fit under both of my MX pants quite well and I don't think a knee guard that offers this amount of protection can be any smaller in size.
Based on the service from Leatt, I would buy this brand again.
July 14, 2014
Well, my knees aren't broken!
I got these for riding dirt bikes, and they've already earned their pricetag. I'm pretty small, 5'3" female, and they fit me well, either over leggings, or over MX pants (they didn't fit underneath, so I had to wear them over). They're kind of bulky, so unless your pants have a lot of room they aren't going to fit underneath. Though there aren't any big protruding parts. They don't inhibit movement, and once on the bike I didn't even notice I had them on. They were comfortable to wear for long periods of time. I fell down a few times wearing them, and they definitely saved my knee. A bunch of rocks had gouged the hard plastic covering the knee cap when my leg was caught underneath the bike, and I walked away with not even a bruise. For me, that's the best possible review that I could give a piece of protective gear.
March 17, 2014
Sleek and tough
I really like the design and feel of these guards. Comfy with medium protection. The only thing that was a huge let down was the snap that locks these in. Its plastic. I get the feeling they are going to break from the strap tension before me going down in them. They should have made the fasteners with some kind of durable material like metal, not plastic. The padding inside feels great and I have yet to test the outer tough shell on the concrete. I wear them over my jeans and can walk just fine in these. Overall I like them enough to not return them but they are overpriced(imo). I expect the fasteners to be an easy and very inconvenient fix.
February 28, 2014
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brent b asked:what kind of boots do you wear with these knee braces? I plan on buying Sidi adventure gore-tex boots, and i'm worried those boots will be too tall/ these knee braces too long, and they might interfere with each other.Apr 23, 2014
Charles John C:The Leatt Dual Axis Knee Guard covers half your thighs and just about half your shin. The lower half of the knee guards have a slim profile which might fit right under your boots. I wear these with riding shoes that just goes up to the ankles. I just ordered a pair of the SIDI Mythos Goretex Boots. I would say they go well with riding boots that go up to the ankles only. I never tried it on with taller boots. Apr 24, 2014