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G-Form Pro-X Knee Pads

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    34 Reviews

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    Just right.

    Big, bulky knee pads make riding tougher than it needs to be, and on most rides, you just want a little extra protection, not a hockey goalie setup. The G-Form Pro-X Knee Pads are perfect for all-mountain rides –the RPT Impact Protection hardens on impact, and protects your skin and bones from injuries.

    • Machine-washable
    • RPT Impact Protection
    • Item #GFM000B

    Tech Specs

    Protection Area
    knee
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

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    Crash tested

      I'm pretty satisfied with the gform pads. They are as comfortable as the fox enduro pads and offer a bit more protection when it comes to impacts. Unfortunately I was able to test these out the second time I rode in them and they performed decently at a moderate speed slide out, but the pad I landed on slid down my knee and I still got a good road rash. Not sure if another pad would have stayed on in a similar crash, but you can only ask so much of pads so light. I'm still happy with my purchase, and would recommend them for light duty crashes haha

      Perfect for Peddling

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      I gave these as a gift, he digs them. The size guide is spot on. They'r e not overly warm for a hot day, and allow the back of the knee to breathe. Slim enough to wear under shorts/knickers etc. And good for general wear on an untamed trail with branches, brush, etc. Recommend these for any rider who just wants a bit of impact protection.

      Good pads

      • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      I bought these as a gift, they are great for people who want a lower profile pad, that protects but still is good to pedal in. They are great for confidence for beginners as well, and they wont get in their way.

      Great for light protection

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: Runs small

      I wear these if I know I have to pedal a lot but still want to get rowdy. No straps or heavier material, they are made of the same material knee warmers are made of, and feel the same while pedaling. The flip side of that is they are not super protective, so I would not wear them for gravity or lift access riding, but they have saved my knees on several occasions riding the local trails here in utah. They do run small, so size up a size from what you normally get!

      Enduro MTB perfection

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      When you don't want to stop and pull down your knee pads during transitions or pedals - these pads are the answer. No more pinching or bunching because the fabric is super stretchy and soft - yet still maintains composure during a crash. Not the strongest, but better than wearing nothing at all on those hot pedal days.

      Too Tight

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

      I purchased these for light protection, not DH. I was going to Moab and I needed some protection from sharp rocks and scrapes. I tried the pads on in the home and also riding around in the neighborhood. The initial fit was concerning because I have large calf muscles and the lower part of the knee pads would ride up into the bend of the knee. This was very uncomfortable and started to be painful after only about 20 minutes of pedaling. I took the pads off and verified the size chart that I purchased the right size. Unfortunately the size measurements are only for above the knee. I think a better design would be below the calf coverage. They do offer a shin+knee pad but I thought this was overkill for me. I ended up with the Specialized Atlas knee pad and the issue of constriction was resolved.

      Awesome Fitting Pad

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

      I recently had ACL surgery so I decided to bag a set of knee pads for a little phycological comfort.

      I tried - and returned - a couple of other brands before I even hit the hill. The Demon's had a tough fit for me... I couldn't even pull the small on and the medium floated/slipped way too much simply doing a couple squats. They also felt a tad too bulky to me around the knee. I also tried the triple-8 snow pads and while I like the less bulky feel around the kneecap, they still didn't feel right. Finally I sucked it up, spent a little more and got these.

      The fit was night and day superior compared to the rest. The way the pads are distributed, the fit is phenominal. I also like how they were longer... fitting more like a compression sleeve with padding - not just a knee pad.

      On the hill they had very minimal slippage and never noticed they were on. In fact, I only noticed they slipped after I was done boarding and they still covered the knee. Similar to the Demon's, the sleeve has a rubber layer on the inside cuffs to help keep them in place. I think that's the biggest selling point of the G-Form product line IMHO... you don't really notice them. Because of this, I'll always wear them... and that's key.

      All you need

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      If you're riding steep, long ascents to get to the goods on the downhill, there's no other way to go. It's wearing breathable underarmour with protection from really harsh crashes.

      It's like a subconscious thing with them on. It feels like you don't have anything on, but feel invincible ripping down any type of terrain.

      Not a bad pad

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      To be frank, I am hesitant to wear any protection while biking (except for a helmet, duh). However, I picked these up for a trip to Moab because I always seem to leave a lot of skin on the rocks of Porcupine Rim, Amasa Back, and Portal.

      As a generally non-pad wearer, I definitely noticed these and did feel a little restricted at first, but compared to most other light-weight pads, these are hands down my favorites.

      I eventually settled on pulling the pads down over my calves if I had an extended climb, and pulling them up on the descents. This compromise worked for me. As far as protection, I am happy to report that Moab didn't claim any skin from my knees this time!

      Works as Intended

      • Fit: True to size

      This Pads are fantastic! I've taken a couple of solid tumbles in them in the month that I've had them, and they diminished to impact to mere bruising, instead of loss of skin. They pedal quite well, and don't tend to slide down or get too hot. I certainly don't care about the funky look, because I'm having too much fun with them on!

      Comfortable, Lightweight Protection

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      So I got these pads about a month ago and I can definitely say that I am impressed. They are extremely comfortable and you really don't even notice they are there. While pedaling, the pads do not restrict movement in the slightest, and the material is very breathable. You probably shouldn't be using these if you are doing some hardcore downhill riding, but for cross country and all mountain rides, these pads are the bees knees. I am 5'8" 145 lbs and I found the mediums to fit very well.

      Hey Ronnie, sorry for the late reply! I have pretty small legs as well so I imagine the mediums would probably fit you well. My typical pant measurements are 30x30. I hope this helps and I highly suggest these pads if you are still in the market for some.

      Wear knee pads without wearing knee pads

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

      I forget they're even there. These are very lightweight, breathable, and almost unnoticeable. Zero slippage. Very happy with my first and probably last set of pads. Obviously not recommended for world cup DH racing. I have the legs of a bicycle riding chicken. Medium fits great.

      Super Ridable Knee Pad

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This is my second set of these, I went from L to XL after I destroyed my first set and it was the right move. I can now wear the pad on the climbs with no irritation. These things have saved me on a number of occasions, mostly on clumsy falls where I slam into the bike.

      I went with XL; I am 6'2" 190 lbs.

      Awesome

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Great for all mountain riding--you don't even know they are there while pedaling, but give you a little extra confidence through tough sections. The impact compound on these is a little stiffer than it was a year or two ago. I did not notice any discomfort because of this, but it probably protects a bit better.

      Nice and pliable, but will take a hit

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      These pads are awesome for rough trail riding. Easy to pedal in if you so choose and they breathe remarkably well for a set of knee pads. Having taken a couple falls on them I've been pleased with their function in easing the damage and their durability. Highly recommend for those riding trail bikes. Not a great downhill pad, but that's not what they were made for.

      Unanswered Question

      Would this work together with a g-form shin guard?

      I bought my G-FORM PRO-X KNEE PADS from CC and I was checking for the same brand shin guard but I see you don't have it. Anyways I wanted to ask you if you think a g-form shin guard would play well with this
      Thank you

      If I'm right in between sizes according to the size charts, both here and at the G-form website, should I go larger or smaller?