Endura MT500 Hard Shell Knee Pad

Endura MT500 Hard Shell Knee Pad
Endura MT500 Hard Shell Knee Pad
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MT500 Hard Shell Knee Pad by Endura
Gravity riding requires a certain level of attention to detail when it comes to protective gear in order to provide the rider with peace of mind. The MT500 Knee Pads implement a hard D3O shell over the knee cap in order to provide uncompromising deflective properties to one of the most vulnerable areas for downhill riding.

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SKU: EDA001N
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