iXS The Carve Evo Knee Pad

iXS The Carve Evo Knee Pad
iXS The Carve Evo Knee Pad
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The Carve Evo Knee Pad by iXS
It's hard enough to concentrate on cleaning a technical section of trail, whether that's a rugged rock garden or a tight switchback disrupted by large roots. Give yourself the peace of mind to conquer these difficult sections of trail while you're suited up in The Carve Evo Knee Pad by iXS. This super-lightweight, highly flexible knee pad takes the sting out of nasty spills on the trail, but without inhibiting your ability to pedal swiftly or flick your bike around with precision. Certified to European standards for motorcycle padding (EN 1621), The Carve Evo Knee Pad absorbs crushing impacts with its XMatter padding, which is comprised of flexible viscoelastic polymer foam. This XMatter padding is removable, so you can more easily wash these knee pads after long days on the trail. The remainder of the pad is made of lightweight Aeromesh for breathable comfort and lasting freshness with its anti-odor treatment.

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SKU: IXS000I
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