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Blast through anything.
When you're steering your downhill rig into destructive terrain, you're ready for whatever unknown you're heading towards. That being said, you'll feel a lot better when you're wearing protection like G-Form's Pro-X Knew-shin Guard. You can count on the Pro-X to save you from leaving too much skin behind on the trails if it later transpires that you weren't, in fact, ready for the unknown.
You're already wearing a pack, elbow guards, and a helmet, so the integrated Pro-X Knee-Shin Guard could also save you from feeling weighed down with separate knee and shin pads. Its articulated CE 1621 certified protection extends laterally across the kneecap and along the shin. Plus, their stretchy, breathable sleeve will keep them in place as you rally hard over the big stuff.
- Item #GFM000H
- Q & A
Good if your shins are a few inches long
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
Definitely does not cover the entire lower half of my shin. So a pedal strike would still ruin half my shin. Returned and use a separate shin and knee guard. Only use shin guard when I feel like I might need it (jumping).
I am taller 6'5" so factor that in.
Seems great, ended up returning for size
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Overall seem very nice and would be comfortable unfortunately they did not work for me as they were too tight, will try on a few others and see what will work for me but they are soft impact gel that seem like great quality.
Comfortable, stay in place
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I bought a medium and I am a 5'3 125lbs. It's a comfort fit. No scratchy area, no restriction in your movement. It's more comfortable than mcDavids hex pads. I wore it in the 80s, it's hot but it's breathable. I have sensitive skin and it didn't irritate my skin either.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
I've had these for a year or so and they have been used more recently. I wear them as shin pads on the climbs and then pull them up for the descending. Had a crash last week whilst walking a trail and trashed my shin and had I been wearing these I would have been fine. Fabric is thin on sides and back so pedal bite will rip a hole in them. They are long enough to cover most of the shin, maybe some of the bottom bits could be used on the side for added coverage. Just about to get a 2nd pair.