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Dakine Hellion Knee Pads

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SKU: DKNHELLNKN
RRP: $130.00
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Incorrectly listed sizes.

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I am 40cm at 10cm above my knee (thigh), and have a 36cm calf. The medium size won't even get to my knee. Incorrectly advertised sizing, and you have to pay $11.50 to send it back.

Fantastic knee pads

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These pads were purchased to replace some Fox Launch Pro knee pads. In comparison the sizing is much more generous. The fit and comfort is better. They also seem to breath better so stay a bit cooler.
The least favourite feature is the top strap. Although there are loops to keep it somewhat in position it still ends up coming out of position which can reduce comfort and require a re-adjustment.
The sizing seems reasonable, however, I have found they feel looser than when new.
Overall they seem a great high quality knee pad which I'd rate much higher than the Fox Launch Pro.

Great Knee Protection

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They have already been put to great use, with both tree and dirt impacts. They have provided great comfort whilst riding and fantastic protection. They are hard wearing and look like they are still new despite there frequent use, very impressed.

Incorrect size listed

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Ordered size L but measurements of the garment did not match published sizing on this website. Couldn't get pads over my calves, but my old fox pads with same measurements fitted perfectly! Cost me another $11 to send the items back - don't waste time/money get fitted at LBS.

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