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4 5

Nice product for light enduro / trail type use. Not protective enough if you are a true downhiller. I started using more padding/protection over the last year; I didn't want anything excessive, heavy. I was looking for the trail version of everything armor and this fits that bill. I got medium as they run small. I didn't like the "tight" fit of the small. The medium fits nice; 145lb, 5'7". Took me some time to get use to the "football" look with the jersey but it breaths well in moab heat. You still sweat but the protection material has holes to breath.

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4 5

If you like compression in your socks and like them high then you'll love these. They take both hands to put on b/c the compression is rather tight. You have to inch worm them up. They are light and thin and summer socks. The compression is just a tad too much and even though I like tall socks these are pushing it for my taste.

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5 5

Got these for my 11 yo bmx'er son; will use in spring; much lighter than the FLY shoes he was using before. He loves the flashy colors. He also likes the fit. Construction looks good but can't comment yet on durability but bmx'ing will shred them up if they are no good and I'll leave update.

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1 5

If you have any patella problems beware. I stopped using them because of pain related to these changing my patella movement. Maybe most knee protectors do this but my G Forms do not. G Form is for lighter duty though.

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They are ok but others have caught up
3 5

POC use to rule the high end protection gear; now other companies have caught up. I would only buy POC b/c of the superior material, etc but now they are just overpriced for what you get. Remember everyone, this gear is suppose to be disposable after couple of hard years of use and even then the material I suspect will degrade over time and will need to be tossed. These pads after 3 yrs are still flexible but as others mentioned they just don't stay up on my elbow; constantly pulling them up. They have a velcro strap at the top you cinch down but then its either too tight and arms hurt or too lose and fall down. I have taken a bif and they hold up well and did their job.

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5 5

Not ultra warm; I'm not taking these for 30-50 deg temps; 60's yes but my toes get cold easy. You have to cut out the cleat area. I used for 2 seasons and they are starting to wear out in the back. But got them on sale and well worth it. Plus, you look pro!

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