SixSixOne Veggie Shin Wraps Armor and Pads

Veggie Shin Wraps

SixSixOne Veggie Shin Guard: No hard shell means more comfort and flexibility. Can be used alone or with Veggie? knee pads. Helps keep your pedals from tattooing your shins. Use with Veggie knee to build an integrated protection system...

User Reviews (5)

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Mike   [May 24, 2008]
Strength:

Stays in place. Wraps around entire leg (hence veggie).

Weakness:

Getting hot for trail riding now that summer is back. I don't want to take them off for the summer.

After years catching rocks off the tire, pedals, handle bars, brush, thorn etc. on the shin, i decided to try some shin guards full time on the trail. It was really like duh dude what took you so long. I don't notice them at all when pedaling.

They are getting pretty hot now that summer is setting in here in North Carolina. I might look for something open in the back for the summer but I'll keep riding full time with something on the shin.

Happy Trails

Similar Products Used: Dainese knees / shin
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5
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5
Ashley   Weekend Warrior [Aug 03, 2007]
Strength:

Great wrap-around protection, don't get too warm even on climbs, they move around only a tiny amount but always cover the shin itself, comfy, don't restrict movement. Cheap.

Weakness:

Dirt gets in the top and around the ankle but that's no big deal.

Awesome pads for the price. During one ride I actually forgot I had them on until I was loading up my truck afterwards. :) The neoprene breathes well and they look sweet too. Buy these if you're looking for inexpensive, comfortable, and effective shin protection.

Similar Products Used: 661 Race Knee/Shin(borrowed)
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5
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5
Nick   Weekend Warrior [Dec 17, 2007]
Strength:

Lightweight, comfortable, good protection, protects the backs of your legs too

Weakness:

no more gnarly scars or bloody socks, if your into that kind of thing

Awesome product! I can pedal all day in them and not even know they are there until i look down. Fabric is very resistant to rips. Buy em!

Similar Products Used: none
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5
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5
Nick   Cross Country Rider [Sep 03, 2006]
Strength:

Good shin protection and comfortable to wear

Weakness:

dirt can get into through the top

These shin gaurds provde good shin protection and are not that expensive. A definite buy!

Similar Products Used: none
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5
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5
won   Cross Country Rider [Sep 15, 2004]
Strength:

Comfort,fit,breathability

Weakness:

wide opening at top (for attahcment to veggie knee) allows some rocks in from above

These shin guards are perfect for XC/trail riders looking for abrasion/laceration protection from pedals or other obstacles on tougher trails. Very comfortable to wear on even long rides. When I'm not going on downhill runs on Mammoth Mtn, I use these shin guards to avoid all the nicks and scratches from XC riding.

Similar Products Used: none
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RATING
4
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4
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