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Mission Evo Knee Pads

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Current price: $60.00 Original price: $79.99
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Mission Evo Knee Pads

The SCOTT Mission Evo Knee Pad was designed with pedaling comfort and protection in mind. It is our lightest, most comfortable knee pad to date. A flexible stretch mesh construction paired with a silicone print retention system offers a supreme fit and comfort, while the EVA padding and abrasion-resistant fabric keep you protected on your rides.


Material
[impact pads] 100% EVA foam, [sleeve] 76% nylon, 24% elastane
Closure
slip-on, elastic bands with internal silicone print
Protection Area
knee
Manufacturer Warranty
limited 2 years

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5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

February 11, 2022

On a Whim ? Totally Pumped about these

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I've used it several times

So, I've been riding in knee warmers since the original Ibex Co. was around; they were my first real set. 3 years ago I purchased my first pair of knee pads, not really having any reason to other than ? it seemed like the thing to do. Not ever really feeling comfortable in them, I rode the few rides I did with them mostly around my ankles. It dawned on me again a few weeks back, that by now these company's for sure would have had to come up with something more comfortable, and less encroaching. That along with the thought of I'm already wearing something on my knees anyway on most of my rides? lead me to giving the Scott Mission Evo a try. After kickin' around the house in the Scotts for a few days, I decided they might work. On their maiden voyage-ride, they met their first challenge. Now it's been literally over a dozen years since I went down, let alone if I did ? I would need something like this. But, as the day had it ? I not only went down, but blew out a few front teeth in the process. Ironically, I never felt my knees. It wasn't until I emptied out the truck, repacked my bike bag (which is when I noticed the dirt marks on the knee pads), and then showered later ? when I noticed the huge dirt/rub mark on my shorts (same side as the knee pad. Other side totally clean). From that day, I've done a few other rides in these knee pads ? they have become my new must haves on rides. Function/Performance: they are fairly ventilated while moving. I've always had a challenge with knee/leg anything staying up, as my leg shape/size beg to pull down what ever I'm wearing. These bad boys didn't budge. When I first began my few rides in them, they kinda felt like they wanted to shift around, but they never actually shifted anywhere. After a few minutes of generating some heat they almost become more locked in place, and have not moved at all, which has lead me to quickly forget about them. I rode in them yesterday in 73°+ under totally sun exposure. Even after a 4 mile climb, and then another 4 mile descent ? I totally forgot I even had them on. Their comfort was to the point that it wasn't until after getting back to the truck, and changing out of my riding shoes, and back into my regular I footwear, before I got in the truck to driveway that I realized I still had them on. For me this is exactly what I wanted out of a pair of knee pads. Something that gets comfortable enough that I forget about them being on, but when they take a hit ? they do their job so well, I don't even know they did anything. High recommendation for the short list, if you are looking for a light-duty pad.

LTDinPNW
Backcountry.com

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com