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One Industries Exo Knee/Shin Guard

$49.95

Item # ONI0012

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Description

Pedal protected.

From a slipped pedal to a digger, the One Industries Knee/Shine Guard puts EVA foam between you and potential pain. But protection is only one of the Exo's benefits. It also encourages blood flow and muscle support.

The Exo's stretch mesh construction gives it compressive properties. This reduces muscle vibration and, as mentioned above, helps with blood flow for reduced fatigue and quicker recovery. The mesh is highly breathable, as is the perforated foam, and it wicks persperation to keep you cool and dry.

The Exo has a wide elastic band and silicon grippers to prevent it from migrating while pedaling. The One Industries Exo Knee/Shin Guard comes in sizes Small through X-Large.

Tech Specs

Material:
mesh, EVA Foam
Protection Area:
Knee/Shin
Closure System:
elastic
Recommended Use:
mountain biking

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Hello All,

Here is a visible size chart that has some pictures to help you size up these pads. I hope this helps in your purchase and sizing of the One Industries Exo Knee/Shin Guard.

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Excellent Trail Knee Pads

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These pads are perfect for trail riding. They breath well, conform to my knees well, and have the right amount of protection for a slipped pedal or tipping over on rocks and roots. I certainly wouldn't use them for downhill riding, but that isn't their intended purpose. They have also held up for an entire summer of riding. My shins and knees do not look nearly as nasty as they did when I wasn't wearing pads. I will definitely buy them again.

Lightweight EXO protection!

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Thnkyou for the advice, I do women road riding. Had fall twice and keep nasty bruises on my knees and elbos, triying to find out if this is right for me.