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Fox Launch Pro Knee Pads

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SKU: 4524
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10 reviews

Love the Knee Pads!

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Overall they are really high quality. I love the way they bend and move with your knee yet stay really supportive. They are also really protective, yet they are lightweight so you barely notice them on at all. I ride better with them and feel more confident riding over the really rough terrain or over bumps and through tough patches on the track.

Awesome protection- gets a little hot

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These things feel very secure and have loads of padding. I haven't had a decent crash with them on yet touch wood, however I'd be 100% confident that my knees would not be very damaged. Definitely not the best option for longer trail rides but for short rides with nasty decents or shutting these things are awesome!

Very good product. Feels like

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Very good product. Feels like it will protect well in the event of a crash. I'm 75kg and approx 183cm tall and size s/m fits me well. In the negative column they become very hot very quickly when pedaling however this is understandable and won't stop me taking these on rides. Confidence inspiring.

Awesome kneepads. Have been using

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Awesome kneepads. Have been using these for a few months now. They're comfortable and bend where you need them to so they're not noticeable when pedalling. I'm 6ft but with skinny legs and size S/M fits great.

Are not designed to craah

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I bought these from another store and they lasted 6 rides.
I had a low speed crash and they tore. Very expensive. Could not get them replaced because I crashed with them

Good articulated design. Do not

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Good articulated design. Do not slide down leg or block circulation. Flexible.

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