Riding a motorcycle is inherently dangerous because you are personally exposed in the event of an accident. That’s why it’s important to get the right gear for the occasion. Armor and protective gear can keep you safe in an unfortunate incident.
We’ve carefully selected a number of great choices for motorcycle armor and related gear. While you should always choose to wear standard protective equipment such as a helmet along with a jacket and riding pants (or even a complete race suit) that include extra protection, it’s often a good idea to augment your existing setup with specific armor. What exactly are we talking about? Just take a look at the types of gear we have on this page:
Aside from motorcycle armor, we also have a number of braces. While they may not provide as much impact protection, they can add extra support to joints such as knees, elbows, ankles, wrists, etc. In a collision, braces may keep your joints from overextending or improperly bending.
Play it safe when you’re on your motorcycle. Pick up some of the protective gear and armor you see here. Hopefully you’ll never need it. But if you do, you’ll be very glad you have it.
Rod in CA
Had ACL replacement surgery before getting these. They fit and work very well - tight fit but that's good. Fit in my Sidi boots just fine. I feel much more protected and know that when I fall, my knees will have good support. Should have bought them prior to wrecking my knees.Read All Reviews
Christopher in UT
These are knee pad inserts. If your riding pants have a pocket for inserts then these are the inserts. These are a little long in the shin part of the pad. My riding boots like everybodys come up almost to the knee. These pads need to be trimmed on the bottom so they don't tuck into the boot. Good piece of gear, recommended.Read All Reviews
BILL in TX
This replaced a worn out Fox body suit that served well. Coverage is equal to my old Fox. However, the zippers attaching the waist belt continually come unzipped. Resulting in either a riding partner zipping me up or taking off neck brace, jersey and suit to reattach the zippers, then suiting up again. A real PTA. Solved the problem by sewing the zipper shut. A product of this quality shouldn't have a problem like this.Read All Reviews