Endura MT500 Lite Knee Pads | Review

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Wil gives us his review of the new Endura MT500 Lite Knee Pads Just two months ago, Endura released several brand new protective products under the venerable MT500 label. These included a very lightweight, (as in, 640g lightweight!) full-face helmet equipped with Koroyd protection, and two brand new knee pads. Designed with input from the Athertons, the new knee pads are split into two versions; the MT500 Hard Shell, and the MT500 Lite. Both pads feature a slip-on style, with flexible D3O padded inserts designed to shield the rider’s knees. Endura has two new sets of knee pads for 2019, including these; the MT500 Lite. The MT500 Hard Shell is the burlier option of the two, and it receives a plastic moulded cap that sits over the D3O pad for additional armouring against the sharp and pointy things that gravity-based riders are more likely to encounter. In comparison, the MT500 Lite is the lighter, more breathable and more flexible option, and it’s this pedal-friendly version that I’ve had on test for the last few weeks....

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