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Six Six One Rampage Knee/Shin Guard

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From desert boom-boom-huck jams to wide-open ski resort sending, the Six Six One Rampage Knee/Shin Guard lets you go big without nasty consequences.

  • Perforated neoprene offers ventilation and a comfortable fit
  • Stretch mesh back for freedom of movement
  • Kevlar cover for durablity
  • Pre-curved ergonomic fit

Tech Specs

Closure System:
Recommended Use:
Protection Area:
knee and shin

Size chart


Sizing Chart


SixSixOne Accessories/Armor
Gloves/Wrist Guards
Palm Circumference 8in
Ankle Brace
US Shoe Size 6-8 8-10 10-12    
Open-Face Helmets/Hats (Recon)
Head Circumference 21.25-22.75in
Full-Face Helmets (Evo,Evo Carbon)
Head Circumference 20.50-21.25in
Elbow Pads (Rage, Riot, Rhythm, Comp, DJ)
Bicep 7-9in
Forearm 6-7in
Knee Pads (Evo, Rage, Rampage, Riot, Rhythm, Comp, DJ)
Thigh 13-15in
Calf 10-12in

Body Armor (Pressure Suits, Core Saver, Air Vest)
Chest 29-32in
(73.7 - 81.3cm)
(88.9 - 101.6cm)
(104.1 - 116.8cm)
(121.9 - 127.0cm)
Waist 23-27in
(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.

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4 5

They are great and for a great price.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I like the fit and finish, bulky enough to have awesome protection, but not so bulky to restrict motion. I have full range of motion with these. I have wore them several times, even on XC trails. Pedaling is no problem, a little warm in summer but not bothersome. They do slip a little but only after lots of pedaling, sizing is key. Get the right size, put them in the right spot and tighten down. Never had them rotate on me. All in all I have no complaints.

4 5

Great Protection for the Price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Rode with these a few times already, fairly comfortable. They do get hot, but what do you expect, you have a knee and shin guard around your leg while riding a bike, you will sweat. They work great on the downhill, and they did not slide on the climbs. I would not recommend these for long periods of uphill, but they do fit in my CamelBak (I have a larger one) so I can carry them to the top and then put them on. Overall, great product for the price.

Unanswered Question

I play slow pitch softball and pitch....

I play slow pitch softball and pitch. Looking for knee and shin protection. Are they good to run the bases too? Would like to leave them on all game. I'm 6'3 two hundred pounds/

2 5

Keep looking

These kneepads are poorly constructed, tore around the lower opening just from taking them off and on x 6 rides. They also don't stay in place well- have had the same problem of them sliding down, and also constantly rotating out so that they cover my lateral leg but poorly protect my knees/shins after 5 minutes of pedaling.

is the price for a pair or a single...

is the price for a pair or a single guard?

3 5

Comfy But

I got these on the impression that others had about the Kyle Strait knee guards. They were comfy but they would slide down and the bottoms were too tight around my calf (made it hard to pull them up where they needed to be) and I got the XL. I was also disappointed with the build quality. They just didn't seem up to par on what I was looking for. I liked that they vented pretty good and the foam padding did feel comfy and allowed me to have full range of motion in my joint with no problem (other than slipping down past my knee so it would have been in the wrong spot in a crash doing me no good other than my shins).

Responded on

Thanks for the input Buferd. I'll take your comments into consideration when selecting shin and knee pads. I was looking at this brand but might reconsider now. The problem is my thighs fall into the large category and my calfs are a medium. So if I buy the large then I run the risk of them sliding down like you described. If I get the Med. size then it might be to tight behind the knee and joint.