We've all heard it before, "you gotta pay to play." This phrase certainly holds true for any trail rider who's experienced a horrific crash. After a few nasty wipe outs, you're now a smarter rider who's meticulous in line choice and cautious in stepping to new terrain features. Even with this cautionary approach, it's best to be wearing the Trail Skins 2 Knee Guard when you're rallying across rocky trails and hucking in the bike park. This hard cap-inspired knee pad features a ventilated exoskeleton over the knee area, so you can shred flow trails and bike parks without worrying about the consequences inflicted to your poor knees, should you suffer a crash. The hard cap exoskeleton is anatomically curved for a natural feeling pad that won't hold you back when you're pedaling up short climbs and picking your line across technical trails. This exoskeleton over the knee is complemented with energy-absorbing foam pads along the sides, which do an admirable job of soaking up impact, especially if you inadvertently smash into the frame.
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