Six Six One 4X4 Knee/Shin Guards [obs]

Six Six One 4X4 Knee/Shin Guards [obs]
Six Six One 4X4 Knee/Shin Guards [obs]

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Hamilton, Ohio
Great Soft Knee Guards

These are pretty nice. They are soft, and that might be an issue to some. Using them in the dirt though shouldn't be a problem. There are 7, yes SEVEN straps that hold them on. I think I am going to cut 2 of the lower straps off because they can get moved around in my boots (A* Tech 3) and can hurt a bit. After getting them on just right you don't know they are really there.

Testrider52 Top 1000 Contributor
Very good with no plastic

These are pretty nice. Tons of padding. There are 2 calf straps and 2 knee straps plus a separate velcro close liner between the back of your leg and the straps so they are pretty comfortable. Fit in the boots well. I was looking for something without plastic because the plastic on the knee guard would catch on the bike so these worked perfect! They are kindof bulky above the knee but you hardly notice it while riding.
Good guards!

They do the job.

They stay in palce unlike those cheap knee shin gaurs with only two straps. Just takes a little long to put on. But worth the $. A better bargain than any other.

5corpi9 Top 1000 Contributor
SoCal, CA
Lightweight & Protects

I got these because I don't wear full boots when I ride my TRX400, the picture is my old Raptor 250. They perform great and the ventilation is excellent. They are comfortable with adjustable straps to fit. I'm more on the slimer side and I got the small which fits perfect and it covers from above the knee down to my boots. I would recommend this product for riders that don't wear full boots but want to protect your shins/knees.

Careful of sizing

Hard to find the right size. I am 6'3" 200lbs. Started with a L (too small), exchanged for an XL (too big). Had to make some custom adjustments on the velcro straps to get a good fit. But overall good pads.

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ridinfast03 Top 1000 Contributor
Save the shins

These rock! I bought them because my yfz 450 is harsh on my knees and they work great, just as the add says they will. A little bulky but easy to get used too.

3 Questions
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Location: Singapore
Q: How do I measure it?
Over 6 years ago
Am I correct to say, top opening refers to the length of my knee to my feet? And for, bottom opening is the diamter of my calves?
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 6 years ago Location: Portland
A: The "Top opening" is referring to the measurement around your thigh. The "Lower opening" is referring to the measurement around your calf. Roughly 6" above and below you knee cap.
Q: Are they sold as a pair?
Over 7 years ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 7 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: correct, sold in pairs.
Q: This might sound stupid but im a lacrosse goalie. will these work against a lacrosse ball which is like as hard as a rock that comes at you at 30mph?
Over 8 years ago
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: Well they hold up to MX slams so I'm sure they can take a hit by a ball at 30mph. So they should give you quite a bit of protection.
Over 6 years ago Location: Hamilton, Ohio
A: I would say they would help for sure, but Would probably get something thicker. I don't play lacrosse though. The shin guards are soft and have some plastic in them that is also very flexible.
Hope that helps.
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