SixSixOne Evo Shin Armor and Pads

3/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $100.00

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Six Six One Evolution Shin Guard is a vented Shin Guards with D30 Technology. SIXSIXONE have teamed up with d3o, leaders in intelligent foam technology to create the EVO pad set, a new approach to the tough demands of 21st century MTB riding.

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Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:3
Submitted by Juan a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: January 23, 2013

Strengths:    These are super comfortable and really protect from pedal gashes to the shins.

Weaknesses:    The problem that I have with these pads is that the fabric that wraps around your leg stretches and tears over time. So as the fabric stretches you find yourself compensating by tightening them to your leg more and more until the Velcro connection spots don't match up anymore. I cant fasten them to my leg tight enough and they slide down my shins.... 661, put a fabric that doesn't stretch on these over time.

Bottom Line:   
Comfortable and really protect your shins. Can get hot in the summer months. Fabric stretches and tears over time. 661, put a better tougher fabric on these things and I would by again.... if not, I'll pass.

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Bike Setup:   KHS Lucky 7

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Missing 661 EVO Shin Guards from DD Parking Lot

Hit Dreamy Draw parking lot to ride Irregular & Hairball and somehow managed to NOT put my shin pads on. I know they were in the truck. I know I took them out with my elbow pads 'cause they are in the same compartment. I must've set 'em on the ground or hood or bumper and got busy shooting the sh|t ... Read More »

Shin knee pads? Dainese? pro? evo? roach?

a buddy of mine is talking me into doing some shuttle runs. ive seen some of the pics of the stuff this guy rides!!! big, fast and steep!!! so i need me some pads. seems there are 2 dainese pads? the evo and the pro. both are about 80 bucks. which is pretty big money, but are they the best ... Read More »

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