Let's face it. You're not going to wear your protective gear unless it's comfortable, but it's essential you wear it. Toward that end, the Fuse Protection Echo Knee Shin Pad provides several comfortable touches, so you do wear them. The company uses a perforated neoprene with a durable Cordura and Duratex outer layer and comfortable air plush inner lining. Protection is provided by SAS-TEC, a soft and flexible Visoelastic foam for superior comfort but also extreme impact absorption. Neoprene also on the inside of the pad acts as a gripper to keep the pad from slipping when wet. Yeah, you might give up a touch of mobility or comfort when gearing up for a ride, but even the best circus performers rarely go up there without a net.
Fuse Protection Echo Knee Shin Pad Specifications:
Contents: Two knee shin pads
Pad material: Breathable perforated neoprene with Cordura and Duratex outer layer, with air plush lining
Protection: SAS-TEC, soft and flexible Viscoelastic foam with extreme impact absorption properties
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