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Troy Lee Designs Raid Knee Guard


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    6 Reviews


    Moves with you.

    When you and your enduro rig head out to spend a day rallying singletrack, the last thing you want to worry about is bulky pads getting in the way of your ride. Troy Lee Designs makes the Raid Knee Guards with a breathable, flexible neoprene and mesh construction that houses tough padding to keep your knees from getting torn up by the trails. An abrasion-resistant cover equips the Raid to handle brushes with trail furniture without complaint, while a polyurethane calf band and silicone gripper keep the whole piece securely in place so you can focus on dicing your next line rather than babysitting ill-fitting gear.

    • Knee armor for mountain bike rowdiness
    • Calf band and gripper keep the protection in place
    • Flexible sleeve doesn't impede pedaling or body English
    • Item #TLD00QW

    Tech Specs

    neoprene, [calf band] polyurethane, [back panel] mesh
    Protection Area
    CE EN 1621-1
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I was impressed during Initial fit tests and even the first few rides with the comfort of these pads. Since the TLD Raid knee pads cover more of your leg, they cause you to sweet more. That extra sweat soaks into the lower portion of the knee pads and weights them down. Since there is only on strip on silicone at the top they start to fall down. I wanted to like them, but after fighting falling pads all the way down a long rocky decent in the Arizona sun had me side lining these pads. I hope they work in cool weather.

    Bomber Pads

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    These pads are super burly while also being very lightweight and almost unnoticeable when riding. I had a pretty hard crash to my knees with these on and came away with out a single scratch and the pads stayed in place. I would highly recommend these for DH and lift assisted riding.

    Confidence in a Comfortable Package

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    These have been my go-to knee pads for lift assisted riding this season. The reason I grab these among the handful of other pads I have is primarily due to the comfort they provide in a pad I have confidence in the protection they provide. TLD really nailed the fit of these pads to make them non-restrictive and seemingly disappear on your legs. Adding to the comfort, the D3O internals offer a ton of security in a lightweight package that is flexible. Coming from the T-Bone pads, these offer just a bit more shin protection as well. You won't regret getting these!

    Great protection with mobility to pedal

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I have resisted wearing pads until I got the TLD Raid. Very comfortable in a lower profile design with sufficient protection. They remain secure on the knees when pedaling hard without strangling your leg. Excellent product!