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Six Six One Kyle Strait Knee Guard $0.00
Good for riding; good for wrecking.
You'll hardly notice the ultralight, comfortable Six Six One Kyle Strait Knee Guard when you rip down a trail, but you'll sure be happy it's there when you wreck. The Kyle Straight Knee Guards work great on rides when you want a little protection but the full-on leg gear seems a bit too much. Six Six One added padding on the front and sides, so your knees stay in one piece no matter how you ragdoll.
|US Shoe Size||6-8||8-10||10-12|
|Open-Face Helmets/Hats (Recon)|
|Full-Face Helmets (Evo,Evo Carbon)|
|Elbow Pads (Rage, Riot, Rhythm, Comp, DJ)|
|Knee Pads (Evo, Rage, Rampage, Riot, Rhythm, Comp, DJ)|
|Body Armor (Pressure Suits, Core Saver, Air Vest)|
(73.7 - 81.3cm)
(88.9 - 101.6cm)
(104.1 - 116.8cm)
(121.9 - 127.0cm)
(58.4 - 68.6cm)
(68.6 - 78.7cm)
(78.7 - 88.9cm)
(106.7 - 111.8cm)
- How to Measure:
- For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
- Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
- Natural Waist:
- Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
- Measure around the fullest part of your thigh above your knee.
- Measure around the fullest part of your calf.
- Measure around the fullest part of your bicep above your elbow.
- Measure around the fullest part of your forearm below your elbow.
- Head Circumference:
- Measure around your head where your hat would fit comfortably.
- Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.
What community has to say
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Best purchase ever. Must have for enduro or downhill mtn biking.
They are really comfy and the work really well! They don't slip at all and look really cool. Really happy with the purchase.
Great Pads/Great for "Big thighs"
just echoing what others have already mentioned. great pad, barely know it's there, comfortable for all day in the heat (sure you sweat...but they are kneepads!). price can't be beat! they fit my thighs which are large! this is a first as no other pads really have so far.
i wish they had all black...but that's just me. i bought a second set after the first and alternate them daily so they can dry in the summers. maybe overkill but at this price you can't go wrong.
Do they come as a pair or one for the price...
Do they come as a pair or one for the price of $24.
BEST KNEE PADS EVER!!!!
Absolutly the best knee pads I have ever owned. They never slip while bombing down the DH trails yet still comfortable to leave on while hitting the Hike-a-Bikes.
would these fit good under tight jeans,...
would these fit good under tight jeans, trying to pick something out like that with adjustable straps
No, they are semi-bulky. They might fit over tight jeans though.
They fit over tight jeans just fine I wear them longboarding all the time. Under? No.
I've been riding with these for about 6 months now. I used to ride with full leg protection only when I went to Northstar or something. Because I climb everything I come down, the full legs were WAY too hot. These rock! I ride with them everysingle time I ride now. They are extremely comfortable. I would advise you to try them on first though, after reading a ton of different reviews about different pads, I finally decided just to go down to the store and try them all on, man was I glad I did. You won't know what brand or type fits you right until you actually try them on...and you won't wear them if they don't fit you right!
Hardly notice it's there.
I'm not accustomed to wearing much padding, but after starting some mild single track riding down by the local creek on a mountain bike a little undersized for my height, and having grown up with Osgood Schlatters, I wanted some padding for my knees. Apparently these things are always on sale, but I think they're a solid investment regardless. They can be worn as a full on slip over the knee, or strap around the front of your pants pad since they are too bulky to fit underneath. That said, I've only used them slipped on with shorts. Plenty of padding for an occasional frame tube/bar jar or slip from the pedal, and so light I forgot I had them on until about 3/4 an hour into my ride when sweat started to make them itch a little just behind the knee, though they have a small cutout there for breathing. All in all, if you need just knee protection(haha), these seem like a great buy and I would definitely look at Six Six One for future protection wear.
I have nothing but good things to say about these pads. The fit is great they are super snug and don't move yet they are not so tight that they cut the circulation to the rest of your legs (ya i have had knee pads that do that.) I have taken some nasty falls with these and they have taken the whole impact. I love how the Pads are not a hard plastic piece but instead are a solid foam that seems to turn hard when taking a big hit.
To sum it all up... buy them! for the price you cannot get anything better! I am 6'4 and 135lbs. I got the Small because I am a twigg.
Flexible knee protection
The fit is adjustable and offer good protection for the knee both on the front and sides.
When do you anticipate getting more of...
When do you anticipate getting more of these in in large? I'm ready to spend.
Never, since KS signed with a different company and the 2012 model is the Rage knee pad.
I am a fan
of these knee pads. They totally are more than I expected and have since come in handy on some night rides where unexpected falls have occurred.
Best knee pads for the money.
Best knee pads I owned. Use it on my XC rides and feel as if it's not there. Also a great knee warmer for cooler weather riding. Might be too hot for summer.
661 kyle strait knee gaurds
finally found the right size super tight doesn't move feels like a brace.
These knee pads have just the right amount of protection but also are very comfortable at the same time. The best feature about them is also my biggest complaint: being that they fully wrap around your knee, you have to take your shoes off to pull them on, but the full wrap holds them in place perfectly and they are forgotten once you have them on. They do have some sort of plastic cup to protect the knee cap, but its far from a solid plastic bomb proof knee protection. I'm wearing them for down-hill, but since I'm also not doing 30 ft drops, I view them as more than adequate. I highly recommend them with a full-wrap shin guard for full leg protection.
These knee pads work just fine!
Great protection. Have had these for a year and they work great. Unfortunately I'm in need of another pair because I've torn these up. If you remove them by pulling on the bottom, you could make a small tear bigger. Please get more of these in stock in the large size.
Great knee pads for DH and MX
I like mine so much that I've recommended them to everyone who'll listen. My buddy now swears by them and even wears them snowboarding.
Worth their weight in gold
These pads have saved my knees from pretty severe injuries and I have been extremely happy with them. They are kind of a PITA to get on but they fully envelope your knee so the sides and back of your leg are also a little protected from rock rash and etc.
Great Knee Guard
Got this as my first pair of knee guards so my experience is somewhat limited. I primarily ride All-Mountain and XC type trails so I do a lot of pedaling. The guards are great. I barely even notice that they're on, not to mention they keep my knees pretty warm since it's been cold this winter. I'm interested to see what they'll be like once it gets a bit hotter. So far so good, and I would certainly recommend this pad to anyone that's interested in something with a lot of protection without getting in the way.