Dainese Trail Skins 2 Lite Knee Guard

Dainese Trail Skins 2 Lite Knee Guard
Dainese Trail Skins 2 Lite Knee Guard
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Trail Skins 2 Lite Knee Guard by Dainese
A streamlined version of the original Trail Skins, the Dainese Trail Skins 2 Lite Knee Guard keep your knees protected without weighing you down or getting in the way of your aggressive riding style. Pro Armour knee pads provide low-profile protection to fend off rocks and other trail debris that would otherwise do some damage, while the strap-on fit allows these guards to be put on quickly and easily without having to take your shoes off.

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SKU: DAI00MT
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