Troy Lee Designs has built a cult following for their gear and protection. The T-Bone Pads offer all the legendary TLD protection in a great, comfortable package. The T-Bone utilises a tough moulde More info
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Troy Lee Designs has built a cult following for their gear and protection. The T-Bone Pads offer all the legendary TLD protection in a great, comfortable package. The T-Bone utilises a tough moulded EVA outer shell and memory foam for a performance inspired fit. A durable nylon outer cover will ensure that they hold up in crashes. If you've ever had an annoying set of pads that constantly slide down, you'll love these! Dual straps and silicon grippers keep these securely in place while you ride. If you need a dependable set of pads for everything from trail riding to DH, these are a great choice. Features: Moulded EVA outer shell. Knee cup features memory foam for a performance fit. Durable cover holds up to crashes. Ergonomically contoured knee sleeve. Dual elastic Velcro?\u00AB straps with internal silicone grippers Lightweight and low profile, fits under clothing and suitable for all types of riding. Sold as a pair. Sizing Chart - See the last picture for a full sizing chart.
An absolutely fantastic product. Super comfortable (so much so, I forgot I was wearing it...several hours after my ride finished) Whilst I have not hit rocks yet, I have slid on them and didn't feel a thing. Easy to wipe down and doesn't get in the way.
Having owned an older version of the T-bones for DH, I was pretty keen to get a new set as my old ones had had it. However, I didn't realise that the new pads are more 'enduro' and don't have any plastic insert to protect the knee and as such, not really suitable for DH protection. My bad for not doing more research... As a knee pad for more XC/Enduro applications, the pads are comfortable, fit well and you don't really notice that you're wearing them. Recommended if you're looking for lighter protection.
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