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.
JEFFREY in CO
Once you get passed how big these things look it all becomes good. They appear to have good protection and once there on and your riding you forget there there. I haven't had a fall with these yet but I'm confident they will give me good protection. I would recommend these A.R.C. Pro-Flex Knee/Shin Guards .Read All Reviews
Ryan in MO
The reason I gave them only 2 stars is because I live overseas and orders these acording to their sizing chart. My knees measure 14.75" which is a medium. They are so tight around the middle of my knee I can't even fit the little Velcro pads in. So now when I ride the braces actually bruise the bone side of my knee. Seeing how I live in Papua New Guinea, there is no way I can do anything about it. Either ride with bruised knees and protect them or be out $500Read All Reviews