AXO Ankle Biter Armor and Pads

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Ankle Biter

  • Neoprene gator cushions and pads ankle while adding support.
  • Hard plastic cups are sandwiched between the soft neoprene and the embossed thermalweld padding for comfort & protection.
  • Overlapping neoprene with Velcro® strap closure insure a secure comfortable fit.

  • User Reviews (5)

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    Brian   Downhiller [Jun 14, 2001]

    Good product, does what it is claimed to do. It protects your ankles and adds some support which is nice. There are plastic pads on each side for protection. These do not restrict mobility at all. They slide in underneath the inner sole of your shoe. They are comfortable and you do not even notice they are on. 5 chilis for performance because they do exactly what they are supposed to. 4 for value because i think $22.95 would be a better price. :)

    OVERALL
    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
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    Ken Zion   Weekend Warrior [May 01, 2002]
    Strength:

    Excellent Product. These things have saved my ankles numerous times. Ever catch a pedal on the ankle bone "OUCH! That's gonna leave a mark!" With these you never have that happen. They are comfortable and fit in any pair of shoes and will save you some pain and money if you don't like 3/4 length shoes.

    Weakness:

    Takes a minute longer to put on your shoes with these than without them.

    Buy them if you want to save yourself pain from pedals or anything else that slams into your ankles!

    Similar Products Used: None
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    RATING
    5
    VALUE
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    5
    trailmax   [May 29, 2002]
    Strength:

    Cool stuff! Realy helps to keep my ancle safe. Cool look. A bit supports my ankle.

    Weakness:

    Axo could put a bit more shock-absorption under cups, but anyway it helps a lot.

    cool thing. worth buy if you ride hard

    Similar Products Used: none
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    RATING
    5
    VALUE
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    5
    Mtber   Weekend Warrior [May 31, 2002]
    Strength:

    Ankle Protection!

    Weakness:

    Where the foot piece that goes in shoe & neoprene are sewn together there's little discpmfort on the bottom of my foot on long rides or hike-a-Bike sections. Ankle cup could be a bit harder piece of plastic.

    It works.

    Similar Products Used: None
    OVERALL
    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    4
    Dirty Old Niige   Racer [Jun 16, 2002]
    Strength:

    smooth against bare skin.
    easy to fit.
    ankle cup/pad never rubs/chaffs.
    too cheep to turn down.
    fit well in any shoe.
    not restrictive.

    Weakness:

    stiching is a bit cheesy bonding to plastic sole.
    tends to get hot.
    absorbs sweat.
    sole slips if sock is wet and hot. But I did cut don the sole a bit much.
    not restrictive.
    sixsixone.

    Since the bottom plate was cut too short, I had to sew a bandage/support elastic onto the botttom. I found removing the plastic altogether was a lot more comfy. I should have done it sooner.

    OVERALL
    RATING
    4
    VALUE
    RATING
    5
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