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661 4x4 Shin Guard

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661 4x4 Shin Guard

The 4x4 pads use a 300-denier nylon shell. It also uses a Coolmax liner for comfort. Vented plastic insert also for protection and breathability. The pad can be put on without removing your shoes.

COOLMAX fabric is the performance fabric that includes an effective fiber-based moisture management system. The system can move perspiration away from the body, and through the fabric, where it can evaporate quickly, allowing the wearer to feel cooler and more comfortable.

  • 12mm EVA foam padding with nylon inserts for impact protection.
  • 300 Denier nylon outer cover takes the abuse.
  • New wide mesh open weave circulates air to keep you cool & dry.
  • Coolmax liners wick away moisture keeping you cool and dry.
  • Sold in pairs
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Love/Hate - May 27, 2013

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4 out of 5 stars

First off these are really good protection, especially when you whack the back of your leg on your platform pedals like I've done numerous times in the past leaving me with some nasty gashes: no more with these. I like them but they have some trade offs and I haven't tested other pads. My gripes (not knocking the design or stars off the review, it's a matter a preferences): - too much velcro, makes these a pain to get on, it's always snagging something, so takes some fiddling around to get them on. Velcro is way overused in outdoor gear, IMO less velcro they and still would work - bulky, these things are bigger than I expected, if you have a small/med backpack they won't fit inside. These go from the ankle to well over the knee - hot, for downhill no problem, for climbing take them off All in all great protection which gives you confidence and saves your lower leg, which is what you get these for

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