POC Joint VPD 2.0 Knee Pads

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The Joint VPD 2.0 knee pad is ideal for downhill riders who require the highest level of protection. The VPD material warms and adapts to the shape of the body, providing freedom of movement, but when exposed to impact, the material hardens, providing exceptional impact absorption. As well as providing a high protection level, the pad is very wearable and user-friendly, with good freedom of movement. 

The protective padding is perforated to improve ventilation and heat control. Its impact absorbency rating meets the toughest EN1621-1 Level 2 standards, giving exceptional protection from impact forces in a fall.

Features:

  • 3D moulded VPD 2.0 knee protector.
  • Perforated for heat and moisture control
  • Secure fit with a reinforced stretch fabric.
  • Elastic strap for enhanced protection and fit.

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