SixSixOne Ankle Biter Armor and Pads

4/5 (1 Reviews)


Product Description

Ankle support and protection that can be used in any brand of shoe. Fits inside shoe: remove insole and replace with trimable Ankle Biter. Reinsert insole. No shoe size change. Velcro front closure for accurate snug fit. Ventilated neoprene gives some ankle support and protection. Keeps dirt out of your shoe. Molded plastic cups protect ankle bones.


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by bullitridden a Downhiller from spartanburg sc usa

Date Reviewed: September 27, 2008

Strengths:    protects from Profile crank spindle bolt areas (protrude outward w/ a sharp edge) - tore ankle good 1 time w/o them.

Weaknesses:    make sure they go under the shoe sole not on top. Lasted almost 2 years.

Bottom Line:   
These have saved my anks numerous times, A MUST w/ Profiles or any type w/ similiar construction (w/ area containing spindle bolts protruding outward w/ sharp edges). Almost worn out from 2 years of abuse, worth every penny. Ank was in bad shape when this 1'st happened w/o protectors.

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Favorite Trail:   26 west

Duration Product Used:   2 Years

Price Paid:    $21.00

Purchased At:   ?

Similar Products Used:   none

Bike Setup:   Bullit/ RS Boxxer World Cup/ Single Tracks w/ King/ Hope M4/ King HS/ Deity stem/ ProTapers/ ODI Ruffian/SRAM X9 Minion F HighRoller R

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