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Ion K-Lite-Zip Knee Pads

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After reading promising reviews online, I bought these to replace my old IXS flow knee pads (which are great) . I liked the fact that they have Velcro straps both above and below the knee, which I assumed would make them more secure. However, the top Velcro strap has a very small grip pad, which does not manage to hold, even when pedaling on the flat with minimal tension on the straps.

Maybe I bought a dud pair, but after one frustrating ride, I decided to go back to wearing my old ones.



I have Been using these pads for a few months now felt great from the get go, wear them on 60km enduro rides and don’t even know I have them on..
Seem very durable as I’ve had a few crashes wearing them and definitely saved the knees
Zips also come in handy
Would recommend

Great pads super comfy


Great pads other pads I've had before these have failed me and ended up with ripped open knees.the ion pads have always held up and have saved my knees on many occasions two thumbs up

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