Real protection that stays comfortably in place with effective ventilation; these pads tick all the boxes. These medium-weight guards use D3O®’s flexible LP1 viscoelastic pads for premium protection, wrapped in lightweight four-way stretch Cordura® for incredible durability. Direct ventilation through the front of the pads help keep you cool, so you can keep your pads up while pedaling, and our extended over-the-thigh design minimizes slippage.
Medium weight pads for Enduro and Trail riding
D3O® viscoelastic LP1 pads offer CE level 1 protection in lightweight, breathable forms
Cordura® 4-way stretch woven materials provide durability without restriction or extra weight
Mesh fabric with a knee cutout is used back of leg for breathability and to eliminate bunching behind the knee when pedaling
Longer knee warmer inspired design with wide elastic grippers and silicone interior print keeps pads in place
Offers a more forgiving fit than currently available pad designs
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