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ONE Industries Enemy Shin Guards

A slim, lightweight pad collection for athletes looking to fit something in-between their body and their skinny jeans. Hit the park, trails or dirt jumps with the Enemy - minimal coverage at its best.

  • Removable inner polypropelene plastic elbow insert cap
  • Impact protection thru polypropelene and integrated EVA foam
  • Pre-curved neoprene
  • Abrasion resistance and durability with ballistic nylon
  • Uncompromising fit with pre-curve cut
  • Stay secure with elastic straps and adjustable velcro straps
  • Sold in pairs
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Good Protection - Feb 09, 2015

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4 out of 5 stars
Portsmouth, RI

These are thick and super protective. The fit is good. I too have shorter legs with larger calfs. Like other review said they dug in a bit at the ankle. I fixed this by making a 1-2 in horizontal cut inside at the bottom. This allowed me to slide the padding foam out. I then trimmed the foam at the ankle, slid back in, and sealed up the cut I made with hot glue. Worked awesome! I have since gone to the One Industries Exo knee/shin guard (thinner, lighter, easier to pedal in) for everyday riding. Save the bulky ones for DH.

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Meh... - Jan 22, 2015

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3 out of 5 stars

Purchased because I'm slowly to making the switch to flats and God awful pedal slips from my long gone teenage BMX days have taught me to protect my shins for the sake of anyone under the age of 18 within shouting distance. My main complaint is that these are BULKY. They work with shorts, but not if you wear jeans. They're also a little tall. I ordered the mediums because of my calf size and they fit true to the size there. I'm only 5'6, so maybe that's not ONE's fault, but they kind of dig in to the top-front of my foot/ankle, as well as digging in to the area behind my knee when pedaling/maneuvering/bending my knee. I suppose for someone with longer legs, they might work just fine. They're very well made from a quality of materials and craftsmanship aspect, but the bulk and rubbing against joints keeps the rating at three stars. If you can get them for the sale price of 10 bucks, don't mind the bulk, and are tall (or a normal sized adult), I think they'd work and would recommend them.

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