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7 ProtectionSam Hill Knee Pad

$84.99

Item # SPU000J

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Item # SPU000J
Description

It's a balancing act.

Your knees need some extra padding, but you're not willing to sacrifice your performance for a just-in-case piece of gear. 7 Protection took Sam Hill's feedback into the design of the Transition Plus Knee Pad to ensure that it is race-worthy, so whether you're crushing laps at the park or actually competing you can perform efficiently. Extra side padding and an extended pad design increase your odds of hitting foam instead of something you can hurt. The pad sits higher on the thigh than most pads of similar design, and has a silicone strip that enables it to hold its position. The knit sleeve is constructed with breathable material, and features a mesh back panel for maximum airflow—preventing your knee pit from becoming swampy so you can finish your ride comfortably.

  • Knee pads protect so you can perform
  • Four-way stretch lets you move freely
  • Extended padding for more covered surface area
  • Breathable fabric keeps you cool while you pedal
  • Silicone strips minimize slipping
Warning

California Proposition 65

Warning:

Cancer and Reproductive Harm - P65Warnings.ca.gov

Tech Specs
Material
45% polyester, 35% polyurethane, 7% ethylene vinyl acetate, 5% spandex, 3% nylon, 3% silicon, 2% rubber
Closure
slip-on
Protection Area
knee
Certifications
CE 1621, EN 1
Recommended Use
downhill, enduro
Size

7 Protection

Pads
Knee Pads
 

YOUTH

S

YOUTH

M

YOUTH

L

YOUTH

XL

SMLXL
Thigh

10.5 - 12in

(27 - 30cm)

11.5 - 12.5in

(29 - 32cm)

12 - 13.5in

(31 - 34cm)

13 - 14in

(33 - 36cm)

15 - 17in

(38 - 43cm)

17 - 19in

(43 - 48cm)

19 - 21in

(48 - 53cm)

21 - 23in

(53 - 58cm)

Elbow Pads
 

YOUTH

S / M

YOUTH

L / XL

SMLXL
Bicep

7 - 8.5in

(18 - 21cm)

8.5 - 9.5in

(21 - 24cm)

9.5 - 10.5in

(24 - 27cm)

10.5 - 11.5in

(27 - 30cm)

11.5 - 12.5in

(30 - 33cm)

12.5 - 14in

(33 - 38cm)

How to Measure:
Knee Pads:
Take measurement 6in above knee cap when leg is bent at 90 degrees.
Elbow Pads:
Take measurement from the widest part of the bicep.

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    >Rating: 4

    Ok Mid Weight

    Familiarity:
    I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    Fit:
    True to size

    A previous review described it as mid weight and I would say that's correct. I bought them from a friend's recommendation, and didn't realize that there's no hard plastic in the protection. I think it's just a very dense foam. That's probably ok, but the description says that the, The pad sits higher on the thigh than most pads of similar design." The pad doesn't sit higher, I would actually say that the pad actually extends lower down the shin than most But the retention sleeve does actually sit quite a bit higher on the thigh. I'm just a little bummed because the pad seems to protect very well for a kneeling impact, but if you were to hit just above the knee in a superman style fall, you are def going to feel it. There is some foam in the correct position for this type of impact, but it's very low density and there's a seam that would allow a hit directly through as well.

    >Rating: 4

    Great pads!

    Used these pads for skiing and snowboarding on a week long trip to Revelstoke, BC. At first I was skeptical about the rubber lining at the top and bottom, but it actually worked really well at holding the pads in place. Over the course of 5 days riding on skis and snowboarding I only had to adjust the pads maybe once? They are not as protective as I would have hoped, which is why I give 4/5 stars, but having said that I was really happy with their performance and comfort. I really couldn't even tell they were there until I knelt down while boarding to wait for the rest of the crew, which is half the reason I wear knee pads in the first place. They do run a bit snug.

    >Rating: 4

    Awesome mid weight pad

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer
    Fit:
    True to size

    I wanted a pedalable pad for a 2 week trip up to Whistler/Squamish that could also handle some bike park abuse. I checked these out and wore them for a day before the trip and was instantly sold. The pad is super comfortable, and having the extra side padding is really useful if you lowside your bike or if you bang your knees into the top tube. The only reason these didn't get 5 stars is if you start your ride in colder weather (below 50 degrees) the pad gets really hard and is uncomfortable until your body heat warms it back up.

    >Rating: 5

    Hunt is over.

    Familiarity:
    I've used it several times
    Fit:
    True to size

    I have been searching for a protective and pedal-able knee pad for a long time! I took these down to Moab for a weekend of riding and feel confident that my search is over. These have enough protecting for enduro races with additional side coverage for frame and crash protection. thanks to the longer fit these stayed in place through the ride and into the camp site where I had actually forgot I still had them on. I rode with the large and run them under my short liners for additional grip on my leg. My legs measure (over my pants) 20.5

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