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TLD KGS 5400 Knee Pads

7 Reviews
SKU: 4522
RRP: $150.00
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They work!

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Have had a set of these for two years now, good cooling in warmer Qld weather, great protection as they have saved my knees at least twice now. As they have gotten older they have become to slip down the leg on longer rides as the elastic has stretched, but they haven't fallen apart, stitching and different materials are holding up really well, a testament to their quality.

Found these to be the

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Found these to be the perfect fit for me and you would forget that you are wearing them when riding. Have not fallen over yet on these but can say that they are very comfortable and as long as you put these in a delicate bag when washing, I have had no isses with these and would highly recommend. Check for sizing as I thought I needed a large being 6ft3 but found the meium to be sufficient.

Comfortable Flexible Breathable Washable Very happy Touring on bike around

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Comfortable Flexible Breathable Washable Very happy Touring on bike around Vietnam and have worn them half the time - in 45degrees they can get hit but have saved me from sunburn

Superlight and super comfy. Your next

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Superlight and super comfy. Your next step up from soft enduro pads but with a thin plastic plate inside for those sharp rocks. Not full on plastuc pads, that nice mix between the two in a low profile design. Rate them highly.

sizing chart is spot on. troy

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sizing chart is spot on. troy lee quality, comfort to boot. you forget these are on when riding!

Good comfy fit, lightweight and

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Good comfy fit, lightweight and stay in position. Right price for quality

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