Race Face Dig Knee Armor and Pads

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Dig Knee

Low profile pad designedTo fit under pants. Hard shell performance, soft shell look and feel. Durable 600D Nylon covered hard shell. Perforated Neoprene enhances venting and moisture control.Terry lined for wicking and comfort.Triple density foam padded side walls for additional coverage. Integrated stabilization pad centersThe knee and ensures stay-put fit.

User Reviews (2)

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Bampalo   Downhiller [Jan 20, 2012]
Strength:

Well made, comfortable.

Weakness:

Don't stay put in most crashes.

I wore these for around 1.5 seasons of downhill at the lift-access bike park. They are comfortable when riding, didn't bother me while doing XC riding either. Big downside however is that in two crashes, one that shouldn't have been a big deal and one that was pretty bad, they come right off and leave your knee exposed. I actually had to go to the hospital for stitches on my knee because they slid off (wasn't even moving very fast at all) and in a second crash later that season both knees came sliding off resulting in some pretty bad injury. Everyone reviewing them said get a size up because they tend to be small, but I went with the large (I'm 6' 175lbs) and it didn't matter. I'll be looking for something new this next season.

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RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
2
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Inuitbiker   Weekend Warrior [Oct 09, 2011]
Strength:

protects you knee and the sides.

Great pads. Don't go one size up. Pads need to fit tight.

Offers great protection. 1 OTB onto rocks and 1 off dirt jumps. Pads did not slip and provided great side and front protection. Happy I got them.

Fits perfectly with 661 veggies shins for modular padding.

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RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
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