If you're riding days consist of rocky ridge line descents linked together with long stretches of climbing, take at look at the Enduro 2 Knee Guard from Dainese. Designed with enduro racing and trail riding in mind, these pads not only protect your knees and shins in a crash, but they stay put while pedaling so you can enjoy big days on the mountain in comfort. The Enduro 2 Knee Guards' hybrid construction starts with hard shell ABS plates on the front that offer superior protection against jagged rocks and ensure sliding during falls to minimize skin abrasion. Flexible, web-like Pro Armor surrounds the knee for additional protection and breathability, while the Crash Absorb pads on the inside knee avoid bumps with the frame and other possible injuries. The ABS plates are pre-curved into an anatomic position for unrestricted mobility while pedaling and descending, and there's a hook-and-loop strap up top to keep the pads securely in place over rough terrain.
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