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Lizard Skins Shin Guard W/ Hard Plastic Insert
$54.99
Old School Neoprene guards are the most comfortable protective gear you will ever wear. Designed by Lizard Skins and manufactured in our Utah Facility. Made of 5 mm perforated Airprene, ¼ inch foam inserts, injected molded plastic inserts and a 2 mm Powertex crash panel. Shin Guards are available in a one size fits all model.
POC Joint VPD Knee
$89.99
As trails get rowdier and riders get better, it's nice to have a little protection out there. POC's Joint VPD Knee pads use Visco-Elastic Polymer Dough that forms to your body and is flexible when moving, then turns rigid upon impact. They're breathable, stay where they're supposed to and are so light, you don't know they're there. Until you need them.
Race Face Indy Knee
$89.99 - $94.00
Specifically designed with the growing Enduro scene in mind, the Indy Leg combines the unrestricted mobility of the Race Face Charge Leg with the additional impact protection of the T5 Evo. Second-skin Butterfly Mesh sleeve with targeted D30 high performance shock absorbing protective foam knee. Protection you can trust on rowdy descents built into a minimal sleeve for unlimited range of motion while climbing. - Lycra and butterfly mesh sleeve offers second skin fit - Targeted D30 high performance shock absorbing impact foam knee coverage - Woven elastic top strap with Velcro closure for personalized adjustment - Silicone gripper along inner top opening ensures "stay-put" fit - Silicone patch at shin eliminates slippage
Race Face Ambush Knee Guards
$114.00
Features D3O high performance foam and an open-back construction so no shoe removal is necessary. • D3O high performance shock absorbing foam on the front and foam padded sidewalls for additional coverage • Perforated Neoprene enhances venting and moisture control; terry lined for wicking and comfort • Integrated stabilization pad centers the knee and ensures a secure fit • Branded rubber grab tabs and RF moniker logo • Open back construction; no shoe removal necessary
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