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Low-profile trail protection.
- Lightest, slimmest mountain bike knee pad in Dainese's line
- Balances protection and efficient pedaling
- Multi-material padding proves lightweight can be tough
- Roll-down design provides relief while you're earning the downhills
- Item #DAI00IS
- Q & A
More Then Just A Skin Saver
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Before these I had some dinky thin fox pads that were making my knee hurt from being too tight. These have more room around the knee cap so my knee does not start popping like it did in the fox ones.
Will post another review have i have them out a few more times, Moto and Bike.
Didnt really buy it for its intended use
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Haha after searching for a solid pair of knee pads I decided to pull the trigger on these and give them a shot. I was starting a home remodel project and needed some knee pads that would be comfortable while laying down some hardwood flooring. These were amazingly comfortable and was referred to give them a shot by a friend that is also an iron worker and avid mountain biker. He started using his for work and never looked back. They allow so much mobility and arent restrictive.
is the dainese trailskins knee guard the 2016 or 2015 version?
Hey Leslie - These are the 2016 version of the Dainese Trail Skins Knee Guards. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.
- Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead
Are the velcro tabs made from leather?
No they are not.
Not sure why some of these companies don't make neutral colors. I really don't want bright red or yellow logos on my kit. So, I won't buy what is a really good product. Dainese, give us a plain ole' black.
That is what a permanent marker is for, ala the Castelli Gabba Pro Edition Jersey.
I know. Some of use don't like looking like a page out of a Bike Mag.