Hard-shell, extended length design with 3DF impact foam that offers premium protection. No sock/sleeve and we’ve used a strap system to make taking these on and off easier and possible over pants.
Now with a new slimmer knee pad profile and improved sliding surface, it offers a great fit with ergonomic left/right shapes.
CE tested and certified protection that scores a total of 20 points in the Leatt protection rating system.
Next step up in protection level is the knee and shin guard EXT with a score of 21 points.
- Total Leatt® protection score of 20 points
- Hard shell and 3DF AirFit ventilated soft impact foam
- CE tested and certified as impact protection:
- Knee and shin EN1621-1
- Full shin extended length – EXT
- New improved hard shell sliding surface
- 3D design for optimal fit with specific left and right sides
- Slim shin plate that also fits inside boots
- Weight: from 600g (1.32lbs) pair
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