Thor Sector Knee Guards
What You Expect
There is little to differentiate shin guards from one another. First off, I wear them on the street, under jeans, so I need them small and as conforming to the knee as possible, with little in the way of styling flash to snag or bind. I prefer Ocelot now out of 5 pairs I've had over 10 year (elastic wears over time) but they are all nearly the same and within a few dollars of each other. Simply, Ocelot is not carried by Revzilla, I already had free shipping with my order, so I added these to my order. They work as expected, no surprises.
December 5, 2014
excellent product, good fit. big bang for the buck
July 21, 2014
Every thing I need in A knee and shin guard.
I bought thees hoping to upgrade later but now I think I'll stick with these because they accomplish every thing I need and I find them to be comfortable.
June 30, 2014
Very Good for the price
Went down once with these ON on a Ninja 250. Went down at 45mph. Went down square on the left knee, it was the first thing to strike the ground. The guard took the brunt of the impact, didnt have any effect on my knee or upper shin. The guard did not even come off from its original spot. I would always recommend this, for a cheap kneeguard at relatively lower speeds. Recommend this product definitely, especially for city roads. Maybe not for racing, it only has 2 securing straps, so the chances of it still being secure, if you go down @ more than 60mph is pretty low.
June 26, 2014
Can't Go Wrong With Knee Pads
Haven't tested them in a fall, but they look like they'd help a lot. Also, you can't go wrong with a set of knee pads. I think I've used them more just while I'm working on my bike than anything else. Oh and the price is awesome.
June 4, 2014
A must have item!!
Very good product and a must have for all you adventure riders out there.
May 5, 2014
Pretty good looking and protective
its very good, protective, good looking, and comfortable
April 28, 2014
Can't beat the price
You know what? For $14, just get a set. Throw them on when working on your bike or detailing your car, padding your knees from your driveway or garage. Going for an aggressive street ride? Toss them on over or under your jeans. Hitting the trails on a dirt bike? Put them under your motocross pants, no more shin or knee injuries. I just wore these for 6 hours of dirt riding yesterday, they stayed in place and saved me from a few bruises. They come down just to the point where taller boots will end, so you have continuous protection up your shins to your knees.
April 14, 2014