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Description

Call me Nails.

Even if you think you're tough, a good crash can cramp your style for the rest of the season. You only have two legs, and biking when one's mangled is a tough job, so wearing the Six Six One Comp Knee/Shin Guard is a good way to save the reason of your summer and fall. Starting from the inside out, the Comp uses a moisture-wicking nylon sleeve to keep you comfortable and help keep your pads in place. Three more hook-and-loop straps in the back secure the Comp in place, and a combo of soft EVA foam padding and high-impact plastic keep your shins, knees, and skin from getting hammered. Six Six One even made sure the plastic was ventilated, so you get air moving along your legs to reduce sweat buildup and help stop the pads sliding down and ending up around your ankles.

  • High-impact ventilated plastic
  • EVA foam padding
  • Nylon liner
  • Three hook-and-loop straps

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5 5

Fewer shin lumps.

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I took a rock off the front tire to the shin and decided I wanted some more protection there. These were priced well, and offered good coverage. I am 5'10" 170 lb size 10.5 shoe skinny legs I got the small. Feel confident wearing them on the DH runs.

4 5

Not the droids we're looking for...

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

PROS:
-Make you look like a stormtrooper
-Protect your fleshy human parts from things that hurt
-Lots of coverage
-Light

CONS:
-Make you look like a stormtrooper
-Slip a bit when you pedal hard
-The velcro straps are sorta itchy and sweaty and gross feeling against your skin

5 5

Great Knee/Shin Guard

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Recently used these at Whistler bike park. Fit well with 3 adjustable straps. This is especially nice when you're really sweaty and need to loosen the straps to breath. Also the guards are not too bulky compared to other brands I've used.