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Troy Lee Designs Panic Knee Guards

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    Keep calm and pedal on.

    The Troy Lee Designs Panic Knee Guard is a lightweight and flexible sleeve that's designed to fit under pants, if you're going full armor, or can slip on comfortably under your shorts if it's hot or pants aren't for you. The abrasion-resistant nylon and neoprene sleeve provides a snug and comfortable fit, while the EVA padding covers your knees and extends to your shins to protect against pedal strikes. The Panic is also designed with an articulated cut for easy pedaling, and it has dual hook-and-loop straps that keep it from slipping and sliding when you're mobbing your way around berms and over tables.

    • Item #TLD001I

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [sleeve] nylon, Airprene (neoprene), [padding] EVA foam
    Closure
    hook-and-loop
    Protection Area
    knee
    Certifications
    CE 1621 1
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Bombproof pads

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I'm a 5'6" ,175 pound cyclist and rides these for days where I will be pedaling some and pushing it so if I fall i still have protection when trying to fly down trails. At my height and weight, my legs are pretty thick so the M/L were on the end range for full closure with the velcro. They still stay latched on properly and I love the feel of them. I wouldn't throw these on for just any day of cardio riding because the neoprene and rubber grips to stay on dont breath optimally for sure high octane rides. After repeated spills the material shows some pilling, but what would you expect from a high velocity spill across mixed terrain. I would recommend these to anyone. You cant go wrong with troy lee designs and these go great on skin or over a pair of jeans for serious lower extremity protection.

    Great protection for trials (NOT trails)

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Bought these and "utilized" them about a week later. I use them to practice trials, which is very low speed. During a pedal kick I missed the right pedal on landing, which sent the pedal into my shin before landing on my knee. However, I didn't feel any affects from the fall. Got up right away and haven't felt any sort of "reminder" that I fell, even a week later.

    It fits and stays in place for the most part (please keep in mind that this is TRIALS, not TRAILS, so I can't say if they stay in place while pedaling), but has one or two pinches or pokes during a riding session. It's just annoying when I'm trying to concentrate on static balance. It also doesn't breathe quite as well as I expected. My POC VPD 2.0 knee pads breathe very good, but their version with shin protection just doesn't cover as much area as these TLD pieces.

    Occasional pokes/pinches and sweaty shins aside I'm very happy with the product.

    Great protection for trials (NOT trails)