SixSixOne Riot knee pads review



SixSixOne Riot knee pads

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3 out of 5 stars

"Don't work too well with shorts, but great under trousers"

Monday, April 2, 2012 1.00pm By

Designed as a minimal pad to fit under trousers, the SixSixOne Riot is certainly a lot lower profile than the company's immensely popular Rage knee pad (formerly known as the Kyle Strait).

The bottom of the kneepad has no strap, just a loop of Neoprene to put your foot through, which is comfortable and is combined with the simple Velcro closure on the upper part of the pad. When worn on their own, we found the pad needed constant adjustment and we never got comfortable, but under jeans where they could easily be held in place they felt great – and didn’t even need to be tightened fully to stay put. 

This article was originally published in Mountain Biking UK magazine, available on Apple Newsstand and Zinio.

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*Construction: Perforated neoprene construction with durable 1000D Kordura *Protection: Internal hard cap/EVA pad *Closure: Top adjustment strap *Extra Features: Durable high-density printed graphic
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