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  • Acerbis Soft Knee 2.0 Knee Guards

    Acerbis Soft Knee 2.0 Knee Guards

    Aaron in WA

    So far so good!

    The pads are very comfortable and stay in place while riding. Haven't hit the dirt with them yet but I know its coming. The only thing that I can say bad about them is that they are a bit warm, but worth it for the comfort and protection. Hope this helps. And just for your information I am 5' 11" and weigh 220lbs. Muscular build.

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  • Acerbis Profile Knee/Shin Guards

    Acerbis Profile Knee/Shin Guards

    Greg in KS

    Not bad for basic protection

    Good knee and shin coverage much better quality than other

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  • Acerbis Impact Evo Knee/Shin Guards

    Acerbis Impact Evo Knee/Shin Guards

    brendan in CA

    Good protection for the $$

    Going back and forth on purchasing a set of knee braces or knee guards, I decided to give these a try since they seemed to be a mix of the two. The first pair I received had a manufacturing defect which RMATV took care of right away for me. Thanks! The second pair received with fine and I have been using them for a few months now. For the price they are a decent product. They do require a little fiddling around with to get a fitment on the straps to your liking with out having the straps dig into the back of your leg or having the brace slide down. I have also tried using these with knee socks and feel that the knee socks make the fitting worse causing them to slide down a little easier. It seems to me that these braces want to contact your skin and the sweat you create when wearing these does help with keeping the brace in place better. A wider strap above and below the knee joint I feel would make this product more amazing but I can live with its current design. As for crash protection, I have zero complaints. I use these for trail riding and spend 3-6 hours at a time in them. I've found the best way to keep the braces from sliding down is to cross the upper and mid straps. Doing this has kept the brace in place while riding and it also keeps the straps from feeling like they are cutting into the back of your leg.

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  • Acerbis X-Moto Gear Bag

    Acerbis X-Moto Gear Bag

    Timothy in MO

    Seams not sewn well.

    This is a very large bag, holds all that you could possibly need in riding gear. I love the design my only complaint is some of the seams are coming apart. I have had to re sew some of them in the first couple of months use.

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