ION K-Traze Knee Pad

ION K-Traze Knee Pad
ION K-Traze Knee Pad
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K-Traze Knee Pad by ION
When you're looking for an every-day knee pad, you'll surely have some priorities. Firstly, you need pedal-ability, then breathability, comfort, protection, and a secure fit, and Ion's K-Traze Knee Pads offer just that. These lightweight pads contour to your body with flexible SAS-TEC padding, providing protection from abrasion, and light impacts, while super Super Perforator neoprene keeps the fit snug, and allows sweat to escape. The back of the knee utilizes Ion's mesh panels that let the breeze in, helping you stay cool on punchy climbs, and a compression strap on top locks the fit in place.

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SKU: INB002T
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