Dainese 3X Knee Guards Armor and Pads

4.33/5 (3 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Composite ventilated protection divided into three parts for the knees, and upper shins in polypropylene and soft polyester padding inside. Adjustment strap fastening system. CE EN 1621/1 homologation.

  • Hard plate material: Polypropylene
  • Soft padding material: Perforated polyethylene

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    User Reviews

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by ocguy2004 a Weekend Warrior from irvine, ca

    Date Reviewed: December 30, 2008

    Strengths:    light, comfortable, not bulky

    Bottom Line:   
    get pads. comfortable protection and they stary in place. easy on and off. i was riding for 4 hours the other day...climbs, downhills...forgot i even had them on until i went into the revine...then i'm glad i had them on. no sliding, stayed in place. very easy to pedal with. that was a big plus for me. the top strap looks flimsy 'cause it's skinnier that the other 2 straps, but thats so it doesn't cause chaffing behind the knee. the straps are sturdy and hold the pads on tight. jsut wish they were on sale :(

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    Favorite Trail:   too many

    Duration Product Used:   Less than 1 month

    Price Paid:    $95.00

    Purchased At:   the d-store

    Bike Setup:   specialized enduro expert sx

    Overall Rating:3
    Value Rating:3
    Submitted by Alex Strauss a Downhiller from Denver, CO, USA

    Date Reviewed: December 20, 2008

    Strengths:    Cool looking, lite weight, they have a hard shell pad that covers the top of the knee which I think is crucial for a good knee/shin pad, The hingeing system works good, comfy material

    Weaknesses:    Not enough coverage, you really need a sleeve of some sort to hold them in place well, and they still slip down sometimes.

    Bottom Line:   
    They are great pads if you are entering a fashion show or don't ride that much. They def need a sock or sleeve over the top to hold them in place and they still slip down after an hour or so of hard riding. They have comfy material, have good ventilation and are lite wieght (you can hardly tell they're on when riding). The things that killed this pad for me were the thin little straps that just look flimsy and strechy, the need for a sleeve (which is a pain in the but to put on and off all the time) and the fact that they slip down after alittle while. I fell on my knees going fairly slow at diablo with these pads on and my knees were still scratched up. The search for the ultimate knee/shin pad continues, so far the Fox launch has come the closest

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    Favorite Trail:   Dominion, Diablo Park

    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Price Paid:    $65.00

    Purchased At:   The Fix

    Similar Products Used:   Fox Launch, Fox launch shorties, 661 Race knee/shins, Dianese race pads

    Bike Setup:   2008 Demo 8, fox 40, Pushed DHX 5.0, Code brakes and soon to have new wheels

    Overall Rating:5
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by Turbo-Henrik a Downhiller from Norway

    Date Reviewed: June 27, 2008

    Strengths:    Very comfortable, very light and looks cool.

    Weaknesses:    None, except that the calves are left open from behind.

    Bottom Line:   
    Buy em

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    Favorite Trail:   Hafjell

    Duration Product Used:   3 months

    Price Paid:    $50.00

    Similar Products Used:   A lot.

    Bike Setup:   2006 Kona Stinky, changed almost everything..

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