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Race Face Indy D3O Knee Guards

Race Face Indy D3O Knee Guards

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Product Description

Impact protection with freedom of movement. The Race Face Indy Knee Guards are designed for enduro racing and feature high-performance D30™ foam shock absorption.

Featuring the same unrestricted movement as the Charge pads, the Indy knee guards offer a second-skin fit. D30 foam padding is built onto this butterfly mesh sleeve to keep you protected on rowdy descents without slowing you down on the climbs.

Key Features:

  • Front lycra panel with butterfly mesh sleeve with second skin fit and targeted D30™ high performance shock absorbing foam knee coverage.
  • Woven elastic top strap with Velcro closure offers personalized adjustment.
  • Silicone gripper along inner top opening ensures "stay-put" fit.
  • Silicone patch at shin eliminates slippage.
  • Flatlock comfort seam finish.

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Race Face Indy D3O Knee Guards Reviews

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Overall Rating:
2.8
out of 5
2.83
Build Quality
4.00
Performance
2.50
Value For Money
2.00

Customer Reviews (1)

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by Anonymous user on 26/05/2020

Keep in mind I’ve only wore these twice. Day one they would slip down I felt I always needed to adjust them. Day two same issue with them sliding down only this was a much longer day and they began to pinch at the back of the knee, and one pad was pushing in at the bottom chaffing my chin. Not ideal when climbing most of the day. In all, these offer bare minimum protection, don’t sit great in the knee and was constantly adjusting and pulling up.

Keep in mind I’ve only wore these twice. Day one they would slip down I felt I always needed to adjust them. Day two same issue with them sliding down only this was a much longer day and they began to pinch at the back of the knee, and one pad was pushing in at the bottom chaffing my chin. Not ideal when climbing most of the day. In all, these offer bare minimum protection, don’t sit great in the knee and was constantly adjusting and pulling up.

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2.8 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 2.5/5
Value For Money: 2/5