- Sweet protection knee pads
I finally found some knee pads that fit – ordered six pairs that I thought should fit right from an online shop with free returns, five pairs felt weird, one pair didn’t. Spent quite a while wearing those indoors before taking the labels off. Even worse than buying shoes! Fox Launch Pro – they make ergonomic sense, being heavily preshaped for bent legs, but they won’t fit everyone.Posted 4 years agomatt1986Member
I’ve got pretty big legs and these fit a treat and are so comfortable you forget your wearing them. The D30 is top stuff ad the fact you don’t have to take your shoe off to put them on is a bonus as well.Posted 4 years agonorthshoreniallSubscriber
Funnily enough been looking for pads today also for an upcoming skills day 🙂
Matt how do the Race Face ones size up? looking at chart should medium/ large – undecided which to order as generally find need larger sizes, liking idea of non plastic cup pads for comfort.Posted 4 years ago
I’ve always struggled getting knee pads because of years playing rugby at a decent level as a prop I have very big quads and calfs. I can’t fit in any 661 or fox xl but the xxl race face fits like a glove. Always best to try on but the D30 is really good it makes them so comfortable to pedal yet ov had a couple of offs with them on and they have protected me every time and never moved.
Hope this helps mate.Posted 4 years agonorthshoreniallSubscriber
Well picked up some XL Race Face this evening from Evans – Quidco extra 10% off and £2.85 cashback – bargain tastic.
Around the house trial – works good, try them out properly Friday.
Typically Sweet sent me a size chart after ordered these.
Cheers for advice. D30 does seem comfy, def better than plastic cup type.Posted 4 years ago
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