Sweet Protection Knee Pads

Sweet Protection Knee Pads
Sweet Protection Knee Pads
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Knee Pads by Sweet Protection
Boost your peace of mind on your next bike ride with the Sweet Protection Knee Pads. This peace of mind helps you stay focused on the trail, while the breathable and stretchy material keeps you moving freely, and the multi impact rating allows you to turn to these comfortable pads ride after ride.

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SKU: SET004U
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