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Hot weather knee guards for when your legs can't handle full shinnies.

When you hit the dirt, the impact-sensing SixSixOne Evo d3o Knee Pads go into action, deflecting the blow and saving you from yet another pair of bloody socks. The Evo Knee Pads feature an abrasion-resistant molded-Kevlar front panel over SixSixOne's innovative d3o material, a flexible substance that hardens when impacted by an external force. This allows the pads to remain light and flexible without lessening all-mountain and light freeride protection. Side pads support and protect delicate tendons while dual straps and a full neoprene mesh sleeve keep these SixSixOne guards in place.

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4 5

medium protection

I borrowed a pair of these from my buddy for a day of downhill riding. I must say that overall they are quite comfortable and allow plenty of movement. Although you can pedal pretty easily with them on, I would recommend you dont try if you are into keeping cool on the uphills. They tend to get the sweat rolling really quick.

5 5

Great Tele knee pads

Fantastic telemark knee pads! I've been using various hard-plastic two strap knee pads for years (Arc'Teryx, Black Diamond, etc.) and these are a great step up. They're decidedly more comfortable, and because they have material around the entire knee, they actually help keep my knees warm when I ski, which is fantastic. Once they're on, I more or less forget that I'm wearing them since they're so comfortable. The only downside is that putting them on over long-underwear takes some doing.

They also seem to do well with impacts. I haven't whacked 'em too hard yet, but so far so good.

5 5

Best snow knee pads ever made

Ya, I know, they're pads and some people think wearing pads is lame. I just started snowboarding after mountain biking for years and I use these while riding my bike. I decided to try them as I learned snowboarding recently and they were flawless. They're low profile and squishy like neoprene (think wetsuits) when you're moving around but on an impact they stiffen up as hard as plastic to take the fall. The change from soft to hard is almost instantaneous so its hard to tell just by touching them. Google 'd3o' for videos of people with them on being hit by shovels and not feeling it!

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Does these pads work in riding motocross as well?