SixSixOne Rap Knee/Shin Guards Armor and Pads

DESCRIPTION

The rap uses an all neoprene construction. A strong hard-shell knee cup provides a high level of protection. High-density foam covers the shin area. The Rap uses Velcro closures for a dialed fit.

USER REVIEWS

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[May 27, 2011]
Chris93
Weekend Warrior

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
Strength:

Good protection, reasonably comfortable

Weakness:

Always fall down, wraps streched a lot so couldn't do them up as tight, and slip down even when wearing tight jeans

Good pad when they work but always slipping down and are starting to rip where the top strap attaches to the knee pad

[Feb 22, 2011]
Pieschelc
Downhiller

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
Strength:

Protects the knee and shin. It is really hard materiel but at the same time the shin part flexes to form to your shin. Incredible comfortable and nicely padded. Love the design to.

Weakness:

I had to buy sick on Velcro in order to get it tight enough around my leg. And I normally were long underwear made out of a wick away materiel, but i cannot with these because it makes them fall down.

These pads do what they need to, and they do it very well. Long bike rides up a hill they may start to slide down. But once going down the hill or jumping I never needed to adjust them. They are very comfortable as well. Besides not having enough velcro they easily strap up. Compared to the other guards I have used these one are the best. I also noticed a lack of sweat build up between my leg and the pads.

It helps a ton bombing a hill and not thinking about the pad sliding down your leg, or the scratch feeling from Velcro.

Similar Products Used:

Fly knee/shin guards, Fly moto knee/ shin guards. My brother uses the Sixsixone Race knee/shin.

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