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Riding without shin pads will leave you banged up, bruised, bloody, and will make passers-by wonder if you're walking around downtown with a gnarly case of leg leprosy, so the POC Joint VPD 2.0 Shin Pads are really an investment in social decency. They’re comfortable, too, courtesy of a stretchy inner sleeve and elastic hook-and-loop strap that keep your pads glued to your shins, rather than flapping around your ankles. And, of course, they'll keep your shins from getting shredded, with flexible VPD 2.0 padding that's soft until impact, at which moment it hardens up to provide serious hard-shell protection with a pedal-friendly soft-shell feel. The outer fabric is reinforced with Kevlar to help fight off abrasion, and the shin pad is designed to interface with POC knee pads, if you're looking to really armor up.

  • 3D-molded VPD 2.0 padding
  • Kevlar-reinforced fabric
  • Stretchy inner sleeve
  • Elastic hook-and-loop strap

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5 5

comfortable once you find the right size

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

aside from their large logo placement, POC makes great products, and these shin guards were no exception. it was difficult finding my size using the online guide even from their website so I ended up requesting all three sizes to try. I'm 5'6" with a shin length of approximately 16.5" and a calf width of approximately 15.5" and went with the medium with plenty of room to "grow" via the velcro straps. the small fit my calf width just the same, but I went with the longer medium since I was going to put these over the knee pads anyway.

like I said originally, their product logo is kind of annoying being that I have the knee and these shins the POC logo kind of stands out.

Can't really find a good sizing guide. ...

Can't really find a good sizing guide. POC website just shows the length of the pad but doesn't have recommended calf circumference ranges. I am 6'1" and 14.5" calf. Medium or Large?