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Troy Lee Designs T-Bone Knee Guard


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    Keep those knees covered.

    You and your enduro sled have a date bombing down some tacky singletrack this afternoon, but the last thing you want to do is layer up with a bunch of bulky, stiff padding before you head out. Troy Lee Designs' T-Bone Knee Guards will protect the skin on your knees without getting in the way as you pedal, and they're beefy enough to handle their fair share of encounters with the ground. A nylon-covered EVA outer knee shell shields your kneecap from hard hits, while silicone grippers and two stretchy hook-and-loop straps keep the pads in-place and allow you to dial in a custom fit that works for you. 

    • A mountain bike knee guard for when the trail rips back
    • Multi-layer padding protects the knobbiest part of your engine
    • Flexible sleeve reduces restriction while pedaling or leaning into turns
    • Item #TLD00QY

    Tech Specs

    [shell] molded EVA, TPR, memory foam, [cover] ballistic nylon
    2 hook-and-loop straps
    Protection Area
    CE EN ISO 13688-2013
    Recommended Use
    mountain bike
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    "A mountain bike knee guard for when the trail rips back," a few rides in and mine ripped at the seams, for no apparent reason. Very disappointed and have started the warranty process, hopefully it was just that pair with a problem. Sucks though because I have a race next weekend and am now left without knee protection. Seemed to work nice in the one or two very minor crashes I had before they ripped because I simply bent my knee...