Has anybody tried these.....had a bit of an offsky last night and grazed and twisted my knee ( new bike ok tho)... I was thinking of getting some comfortable, lightweight pads suitable for Manx XC (rooty/rocky/ gnarly, slippy stuff etc).....these seem good because they wrap around ie don't need to take boots off...... I wear biblongs ( tin hat at ready) and not sure if I can even wear pads......any ideas guys?
Endura singletrack knee pads????
Posted 2 years ago #
Also considering these as my Kyle Straits are just about worn out, did you get some? Or anyone else have any feedback?Posted 1 year ago #
Just for future readers if they do a search. I bought a pair of the Endura single track knee pads. I like the fact you can fit them without having to take shoes off ect.
I'm riding cross country, so put them on, ride, 10 - 20 km's including a fair bit of climbing and take em off when I get home.
They are comfortable, keep your knees nice and warm in the cold. Not sure if they would protect you in a big off as well as hard shell ones, I haven't had an off with them (nor do I plan to), but tested them by dropping to the floor and they feel pretty good.
Think if you are looking for a pair to put on and ride that are comfortable, these seems good. Not sure how you can wash them though come summer time...will have to check with Endura.Posted 1 year ago #
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