Troy Lee Designs Raid Knee Guard

Troy Lee Designs Raid Knee Guard
Troy Lee Designs Raid Knee Guard
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Raid Knee Guard by Troy Lee Designs
When you and your enduro rig head out to spend a day rallying singletrack, the last thing you want to worry about is bulky pads getting in the way of your ride. Troy Lee Designs makes the Raid Knee Guards with a breathable, flexible neoprene and mesh construction that houses tough padding to keep your knees from getting torn up by the trails. An abrasion-resistant cover equips the Raid to handle brushes with trail furniture without complaint, while a polyurethane calf band and silicone gripper keep the whole piece securely in place so you can focus on dicing your next line rather than babysitting ill-fitting gear.

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SKU: TLD00QW
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