Fox Racing Launch Pro D3O Knee Guard

Fox Racing Launch Pro D3O Knee Guard
Fox Racing Launch Pro D3O Knee Guard
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Launch Pro D3O Knee Guard by Fox Racing
Shield your scarred, scraped knees depending on the terrain you're exploring with Fox Racing's Launch Pro D3O Knee Guard. Featuring a mix of synthetic fabric as well as a removable hardshell knee cap, the Launch Pro adapts to give you the protection you need on any given day. Harsh desert slickrock may necessitate the protection of a hardshell, while preventing scrapes and skinned knees may be more of your concern on smoother singletrack. However you wear it, the breathable fabric will keep air moving as you sweat it out on summer rides, ensuring protection doesn't come at the cost of comfort on the trail.

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SKU: FXR01Y1
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