These knee guards held up for about a year for me. The fabric on the sides started to rip up a bit, and they loosened up as well. I think their newer version of these look to be a little more durable by looking at how the Velcro system works.
Leatt 3DF Knee Guards
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The 3DF Knee Guard uses new Leatt 3DF, 3-dimensional impact foam that offers a soft and flexible fit and energy-absorbing protection upon impact. This combination results in comfortable lightweight CE-certified protection! Protection that includes MoistureCool wicking fabric that keeps you cool and Aramid Fiber for maximum abrasion resistance.
- Super light weight.
- MoistureCool wicking fabric helps keep you cool.
- Abrasion-resistant Aramid fiber outer layer.
- Silicon-laminated stretch for rock solid fitting.
- Side padding helps protect the delicate parts of the knee.
- Adjustable strap for an easy individual fit.
- Sold as a pair.
These things are comfortable and not bulky at all but give you the protection you need
Is very comfortable, almost forgot I even had them on! The only thing I recommend is get a size up from what you normally wear.
Well worth the price too me. Was abit worried about the cost to try but with Motosport return it was with the try. Put them on n right from the start I liked them. Rode a six hour enduro and was happy with the comfort and breathable material.
Great pads, great price. fit under pants perfect, most comfortable ive ever worn. fit above boot so no binding. I wear these for much more than riding.
The knee pads are comfortable, and they do not hinder knee grip. I can ride without my knees being black and blue from gripping the tank.
I don't like a lot of bulk, don't like knee pads going into my boots. These are perfect, protection with out the bulk! This is the best knee pad I've tried!