Rated 5 out of 5 by Ukrop41 Хорошая повседневная защита за свои деньги
Катаюсь на Камчатке, лесные трассы, подъемы и спуски по сопкам. За свои деньги очень хорошая защита для повседневки. Для спусков с вулканов или другой каменистой местности нужна защита посерьезнее.
07 September 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Good protection and easy fit on/off
Like Si I own both the Launch Pro Knees and these knee/shins and agree with all his comments.
Compared to the Launch Pro's these have thinner padding and are more lightly built. They're sweet for dh and the shinguard saved me more than once, but after a big bail i found these weren't burley enough for dj'ing, unlike the Launch Pro's.
The best thing about these is not having to take your shoes of to put them on/off.
Hot summer days i can whip these off for the push up, while my mates sweat it out with their pads on all day!
13 April 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Excelente
De lo mejor que puedes encontrar en el mercado para pedalear.
18 December 2012
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Low impact and poor fit
These are very soft so for extreme riding I'd definately opt for hard plastic guards rather than these. They are comfortable and lightweight but they do slip off badly, I order everything in L / XL and these are very oversized so they slip a bit - may mould to the body shape with more use - separate knee and shin guards would give a better fit but these are good for transport and do provide some protection. They also stop short of the lower leg / ankle leaving an area still exposed - high shoes would be recommended.
03 October 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous Comfy but slips down when pedalling
I own both the Launch Pro Knee and Knee/Shin guards, same L/XL size. The knee/shin guard is easier to put on and take off as you don't have to take off your shoes like the knee guard, but I found it slips down when pedalling, mostly on flat terrain and climbs, whereas the knee guards have never slipped. I guess it's probably built for downhill more than anything else so that may not matter to some. Ended up sewing extra velcro on which has helped.
Oddly, I find the knee/shin guard slightly more comfortable to wear, but I can't vouch for how well they work as I haven't had a big off with them yet :) It does seem like the side padding of the knee/shin is thinner when compared to the straight knee guard.
19 April 2012