Icon Field Armor Stryker Knee Guard
Road rash on your knees or gouged shins will ruin your month. Icon knows these lessons well. If you chose to hit the streets in anything less then full leather pants you need knee armor. That's a damn fact. The Field Armor Stryker knee armor is equipped with d3o intelligent foam and feature full CE approval. The low-profile rider developed chassis fits easily under almost any pant with easy adjustment VELCRO® brand closures strapping to keep them in place. Wear them and stand a fighting chance of skipping that painful trip to the hospital, so you can begin the equally painful search for new clipon and rearset on ebay.
- En 1621-1/1997 K+L Type B approved knee and leg impact protectors
- Breathable intelligent impact dispersion system
- Articulating injection molded shell with air flow channels
- Vented biofoam and airmesh chassis
- Hydradry moisture wicking liner
- Sold in pairs
PROS: Stylish, Tough, Lightweight, Breathable, Comfortable
BEST USES: Long Rides, Street Riding
PROS: Abrasion Resistant, Lightweight, Tough, Comfortable
CONS: Bulky, Doesn't Breath
BEST USES: Street Riding, Protection, Long Rides
My first pair was great but they had to cut it in the accident so now that I got another hike, I bought another pair. This one seemed to feel a little off. I think someone flatter it into the box too much so it fitted weird. After squeezing the two sides together and getting it into a rounder shape again, the shin guards works wonder. :) great buy. Thanks!
PROS: Breathable, Stylish, Lightweight, Comfortable, Tough, Abrasion Resistant
BEST USES: Protection, Street Riding
My only complaint stems from weearing these with shorts, the straps are very scratchy against my bare calf.
PROS: Comfortable, Breathable, Stylish, Tough, Lightweight
BEST USES: Street Riding, Protection, Off-Road, Long Rides
These knee guards are great around town over my Drayko jeans (they also fit under) but I would use them on longer rides, too, had I not built-in knee pads in my motorcycle pants.
The Icon Stryker and Titan Pro knee guards were way too bulky. The Titan Pro also are not CE approved unlike the Icon or Alpinestars. Being the most expensive one of the four by far, the Icon Stryker lack a strap above the knee which makes me wonder how well they would stay in place in a crash or when riding long distances.
It didn't take long before I knew the Alpinestars Vapor are the winner for my type of riding and they're also the least bulky. If I wear them over jeans, I can just throw them in a small backpack when walking around town. But they are also comfortable enough to leave on when walking if you don't mind the looks.
PROS: Lightweight, Comfortable, Ce Approved, Stylish
BEST USES: Off-Road, Protection, Long Rides, Around town, Street Riding
|Product Style||Item #||Manufacturer Product #||Availability|
|One Size Fits Most||764531||2704-0238||In Stock: Ships next business day|