Fit well and barely know they are there. Only used them a couple of times so cant comment on the durability. Definitely recommend them.
Leatt 3DF Hybrid Knee & Shin Guards
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These absorb impact great. Without some kind knee sleeve or knee brace socks the straps will rub your legs raw.
This item it very comfortable especially for the guys/girls that forget your long moto socks and have to wear them on your bare skin haha. I forgot they were there until the end of the day. Overall it offers great protection and is very comfortable. I used the sizing chart and they fit like a charm. Oh almost forgot something i would have loved to have know before buying these were how well they fit into riding boots. I have alpinestar tech 5 (size 12) and these knee guards fit perfectly tucked inside the boot.
Do not buy this! Mega expensive knee guards. They are plain knee guards, protection is very weak, you can bend the protecting plastic veary easily with your fingers, can't imagine what a real blow to the knee can do wearing this. You can find much better knee guards for 30 or less. Returning this, very dissapointed
Leatt has done it again, I'm positive these are the best knee + shin gaurds out there. They are very comfortable, after only like 5 minutes of riding I can't even tell that they are on. I do extreme enduro style riding which gets very rugged at times and I'm often pulling my bike out of some crazy boulder crevice I got it stuck in or falling at the crest of a hill climb etc. And these stay in place without any pinching or cutting or really any discomfort whatsoever. I used the sizing chart and they fit perfectly. I wear high knee brace socks however I have rode a full day with these in just regular riding socks and still I had zero discomfort. The knee is a hard plastic under the fabric it's not just padding. The only con I could see with these is a person with a VERY large calf might have a issue as these do go down in your boot a ways. However most boots adjust to a pretty massive calf area but if you have tree stump calves these could possibly get in the way. Other than that these are flawless IMO. comfort is 10/10, quality 10/10, protection 10/10, style IMO 10/10. For $100 bucks these things are gold. Your legs will thank you and so will your wallet
My girl went down on her bike at about 30mph with no shin guards. She took her whole knee down to the white meat so i bought her a set these...she loves them. " I feel safe and they're really comfortable"...plus she looks good in them( i got her the blue ones). They're solid plus she looks good in them, nothing better then a cute girl on a bike.
Best knee guard i have purchased so far. i have been through at least 4 different brands and styles, this one slides over socks, no rubbing, fits in the boot perfectly, light weight but still protects, doesn't slide or move around.