Review: Don’t like wearing bulky, uncomfortable knee pads? Leatt’s Airflex Pro is made for you

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Most famous for pioneering the modern-day neck brace, South African company Leatt also produces a broad range of protective wear for mountain biking that includes helmets, body armour, spine protectors, elbow pads and knee pads. On test here is the Airflex Pro – one of Leatt’s lightest, thinnest and most flexible options  in its extensive knee pad range. Designed with breathability and pedalling comfort in mind, the Airflex Pro is a minimalist-style knee pad that’s designed to appeal to cross-country and trail riders. If you’re after protection for your knees without having to strap on heavy duty cyborg-style armour, these should be right up your street. Leatt Airflex Pro Knee Pads Lightweight, flexible and pedal friendly slip-on softshell knee pad CE certified as impact protection [EN1621-2] 6mm thick, pre-curved 3D padding Perforated for ventilation Additional side & upper knee impact protection MoistureCool & AirMesh fabrics for venting and antimicrobial properties Silicon printed cupped knee Silicone printed non slip cuffs Sizes: Small, Medium, Large, X-Large & XX-Large RRP: £77.99 Comfortable Fit Like many modern lightweight knee...

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