SUITABLE KNEE PADS DURING MOUNTAIN BIKE RIDING WILL HELP TO SAVE YOU FROM CRASH
We are going to feature the 5 most favorite knee pads among the professional mountain bike riders. First is G-Form Elite knee pad which is the best-seller and also a shop’s favorite. It will give a comfortable feeling that is one of the pedal friendly pads on the list. The Elite Knee Pads don’t use any straps but instead make use of a tight slip-on fit with breathable part on the back of the leg. Second one is POC Joint VPD Air Knee Guard which has a insubstantial duty knee pad that is focused on flexibility, ventilation, and freedom of movement. It has a stretchy strap on the top, locking the pad in place while allowing the lower part to move more while pedaling and stay in place, easy to take on and off if you are getting uncomfortable on those long climbs. Third would be Fox Racing Launch Pro which is the most vigorous pairs and versatile type of knee pads. Its feature consists of hard plastic shell, two elastic straps, and kevlar materials and the open back design makes more comfortable while wearing it.
A rider is using a G-Form Elite knee pads at 1:02.
It is shown that is it also important to consider wearing knee pads at 3:55.
The fourth favorite is iXS Flow Knee Pad which is the most minimalistic yet it is still meeting appropriate safety standards. Its feature has only one strap above the calf so that the quads don’t feel restricted. Lastly, the Race Face Flank Leg Guard describes as not the most comfortable but it gives the highest level of protection. With the D3O impact protection, it is also flexible and feel lightweight. This kind of knee pad is slim-fit and low profile. This is for the riders who are looking for complete protection. The instructor said that,
“Knee pads come in different variety. Some are a little bit more padded and protective, and better for downhill ride, maybe a little less pedal friendly and there are some a little bit more lightweight and more pedal friendly.”
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