Azonic Pro Knee Cup Armor and Pads

Azonic Pro Knee Cups offer superior knee and shin protection by utilizing injection molded custom plastic with a separate knee cap and shin guard. Fully adjustable spandex straps with genuine Velcro closures makes the Pro Knee cup the perfect fit for any racer.

Available in Black. One size fits all.

User Reviews (7)

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Josiah Kiracofe   [Feb 12, 2003]
Strength:

What can I say, there Hard, they do a good job for the Price.

Weakness:

Fall down my legs, Need some kind of strap above the knee.

There Great for the Price, but If you ride more then a few times a week get a Highr price set or just rig them up all Ghetto so they dont fall.

*sorry about any spelling mistakes im a little slow*

Similar Products Used: Some Fox (my friend owns them)
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3
VALUE
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4
derek   Cross Country Rider [Jan 21, 2002]
Strength:

Umm, maybe they look good?

Weakness:

They cracked in the knee area 6 days after i got them!

Just read what i sauid up top! THEY SUCK!!

I gave it a 3 for value, because u really cant find bike pads for that much

Similar Products Used: I am using Lizard Skinz now
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1
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3
Bob   Downhiller [Feb 07, 2003]
Strength:

Good Price

Weakness:

To really work, you need to do some mods.

To really get the hot setup, cut all the stiching out of the knee cup. Don't cut any of the material. Use the pads only as a shin gaurd. Then buy a set of pro-tec skateboard knee pads. Tuck the material from the where the knee pad was under the pro-tec pads. You will have the hottest setup on the hill. A DH racer will love this combo. This has worked for me for two solid years of DH racing.

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5
VALUE
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5
Nate   Weekend Warrior [Jun 15, 2003]
Strength:

good protection, good price, look good

Weakness:

falls off leg on bumpy terrain, pretty hot; the part that actually covers your shin gets insanely hot on your leg, knee protectors flap around

ok if your just doing jumps and stuff, but not that great for dh, they'll fall off if you dont make 'em really tight, its a good product, but there are a few flaws

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4
VALUE
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4
Nate   [Jun 21, 2003]

addition to my previous post; they do fall down your legs, but if you buy a strap of semi-think elastic and sew it onto the flaps on the sides of the knee protectors, the knee cups dont flail around everywhere

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4
VALUE
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5
pete   Downhiller [Jan 27, 2003]
Strength:

hard plastic bits that stop your leg getting hurt

Weakness:

slide down your legs after 2 minutes and the knee caps dont cover your knee at all they just flap about

if your an a budget get then but if your into the serious stuff and can afford it get dainese far more comfortable

Similar Products Used: dainese
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2
VALUE
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3
Sal Guarnieri   [Jul 13, 2003]
Strength:

Relatively inexpensive

Weakness:

I had the straps as tight as I could get them around my leg and the pads still fell down. The knee cup doesn't have a strap so it's just floping around when you ride.

Not worth buying, or dealing with trying to sew on a strap yourself. Spend $10 more and find a pair that has a strap for the knee.

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1
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2
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