Seven 7 iDP Control Ankle Protector

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Built from super-light foam and 4-way stretch mesh, the Control Ankle Protectors cover your whole ankle to protect your bony bits from pedals, chainrings, and sniper rocks jumping up at you. The simple design uses a stirrup strap to keep them in place and they are slim enough to go unnoticed. Once you've used them you may never want to ride without them again!

Who's this item for: Anyone that wants some extra impact protection for their ankles. They are probably best suited to gravity style riding where there won't be too much pedalling though.

Protection Style: Protection is in the form of dual-density foam to help prevent any ouchies on your knobbly ankles.

Materials: Super light dual-layer foam, 4-way stretch mesh, elasticated stirrup strap.

Closure or Slip-on: They just slip on. No closures or adjustments.

Pros: Protect your bony bits from cranks, chainrings, and rocks. Low profile so you shouldn't look like you have cankles. 

Cons: They will restrict your movement a little so may not be the best for use on super pedally days.

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