Lightweight and flexible padding that is barely noticeable — ideal for riders who want complete freedom of movement and reliable protection. The VPD Air padding is both highly flexible and highly ventilated for optimal freedom of movement, comfort and temperature control. The pad is housed in reinforced stretch fabric that stays securely in place thanks to an inner lining of anti-slip neoprene and an elastic strap with Velcro fastening. A low-profile design further supports practicality and comfort, enhancing the barely-there feel of the pads. - Lightweight and impact absorbing VPD compound. - Reinforced stretch fabric. - Elastic strap for a comfortable fit. - Neoprene anti-slip on the inside. - Designed with a low profile.
The POC Joint VPD System Knee is a lightweight, highly flexible protector that works with the body in all riding positions, warming to and moving as one with the body. In a fall, the material hardens, absorbing the force from any impact. The knee protector conforms to the toughest EN 1621-1 Level 2 standards and features a highly efficient ventilation system to stop the wearer overheating. The outer fabric is constructed from high-tenacity polyamide yarns creating a low friction surface with high abrasion resistance. - Extremely flexible and light VPD knee pad - EN 1621-1 certified shock absorption - Ventilation system constructed within each layer to optimize moisture management and comfort - Low friction, polyamide construction with high abrasion resistance
POC's Joint VPD 2.0 DH Long Knee pads throw down full-on crash protection for riders pushing their limits and pushing the sport. They use Visco-Elastic Polymer Dough that forms to your legs and is flexible when moving, that then turns rigid upon impact. It's so tough, the 3D molded VPD 2.0 complies with motorcycle standards. Kevlar reinforced stretch fabric and dual straps keep them locked down where they belong. The plastic knee cap adds an extra layer of protection and reduces friction with the ground when crashing. The extra length helps in the event of the dreaded slipped pedal strike.
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