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Fox Launch Enduro Knee Pads

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SKU: 887537525974
RRP: $90.00
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Ride for comfort and know your safe...!!

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Most comfortable knee pads I’ve owned, purchased . No Velcro straps cutting into your legs, simple slip ons, honestly forget I have them on when riding, they stay in place and never need to adjust when riding. Best price, can’t beat it anywhere. You won’t be disappointed.

Awesome and comfortable knee pads

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These are awesome knee pads. One issue make sure you don't stretch the knee pads too high otherwise you will get circulation issues especially after a very long MTB session (45klms)!

Highly comfortable

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Easy to fit on, comfortable to ride with over hours of use. The sizing is accurate, and the protection is enough for enduro riding with some protection without being bulky.

Comfortable and fitted

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These are an affordable knee pad. Pretty comfortable for long rides. Like most pads they do start to rub eventually but on short rides you barely know you have them on. I've never crashed hard with them so I can't say much for their effectiveness. But they give confidence and are comfortable. I don't find they slide much. Every once in a while I have to pull them up a little but rarely.

Just enough protection but great fit.

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Fits well and stays in place. Did manage to test them out with a decent stack. They provide just enough protection the skin was still broken underneath but would have been alot worse without them. Can be worn all ride long.

quality product for low price

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very comfortable and easy to put on. quality product for low price!!!

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