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It's worth buying, high protection. Very comfy. It's not that samll as it looks on the pictures.
November 18, 2013
Supermoto 3 crashes..still going
I have had this product for about a year now and I am impressed with them. the only down sid is that the velcro is getting a little weak. I wear these at least 5 days a week. they inspite a little confidence knowing if I lay down my bike have some protection for my knees too. I have a supermoto and I ride my bike aggresivly in the city. I have layed the bike down 2 times and went over on a wheelie once with these. they took a blow each time and are still holding up. its about time to replace them now because the plastice is worn down. I will buy these again for sure. FYI every time I layed the bike down I was between 30- 45mph
September 30, 2013
Slight flexibility/comfort issues.
This product works true to its purpose and works very well with bending the knee. I did however have slight stiffness when extending my leg straight out. Which really isn't a problem because who really need protection while standing still?
August 27, 2013
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Nicholas A: I hope this offers good protection. After my last crash, my daughter said I can't get a new bike unless I buy knee pads. Or, I might bust up my knee again.Aug 10, 2014
C O: I was looking for knee/shin guards for a while before I found these. I know I will be riding in shorts, and road rash is a b****, so I wanted to have some protection. So, I found these and from the reviews I've read, it's great on impact and abrasion resistant.Oct 4, 2013
A shopper asked:I am a beginner rider I turn 16 in December and get my ninja 300 then, and pants would be too much of a hassle to change out of them at school, so I just wanted to get these. If i buy thise knee brace does it come with 2? 1 for each knee?May 16, 2014
Diego M:(Text got cut off while posting. Revzilla isn't too mobile friendly) ...go on very comfortably and offer great adjustability, much like the knee guards. Match all three together, and you'll look like some kind of super hero. Pretty bada$s, especially on that new Ninja of yours. Good luck, and ride safe!May 16, 2014
Justin M:Yes, sold as a pair. I bought these mainly to protect myself from rocks and other road debree that gets kicked up from highway traffic. I am happy with them, I wear them under my riding pants.May 17, 2014
Diego M:It comes with both protectors. One for each leg. I recommend the Armadillo vest and elbow guards, too. The vest offers great spine protection, and it looks awesome. The elbow guards go on very cMay 16, 2014
hugo Y:I am 5'8" and I got the XL ones. These cover the whole shin...up to two inches before the ankle. I have high ankle boots and i had to wear the knee protector over my boot. There is enough slack on the straps to allow you to do this.
I will highly recommend these knee protectors. Aug 12, 2014