DAKINE Slayer Knee Pads

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Whether you're tackling some new terrain or heading out for an all-day ride on local trails, the DAKINE Slayer knee pads deliver lightweight, highly breathable CE-certified protection.

  • Features

    • Lightweight, low-profile dual-density DK Impact polyurethane foam is CE-certified (EN1621-1 Level 1)
    • CORDURA® fabric provides abrasion resistance
    • Polygiene® permanent odor control helps prevent the growth of odor-causing microbes in the fabric
    • Perforated 4-way stretch materials and an open-back design increase breathability
    • Seamless calf bands and silicone gripper elastic at upper and lower cuffs keep pads in place
    • Precurved ergonomic patterning enhances fit
    • Sold as a pair


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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Mountain Biking


    80% polyester/20% nylon; insert: polyurethane foam


    12.6 ounces



  • Size Chart

    Bicep Circumference9.75 - 10.510.25 - 1110.75 - 11.7511.5 - 12.512.25 - 13.2513 - 14
    Calf Circumference10 - 11.2511 - 12.2512 - 13.513.5 - 1515 - 16.516.5 - 18
    Thigh Circumference13 - 1414 - 1515 - 16.516 - 1818 - 19.519.5 - 21

    Sizing Notes

    KNEE PROTECTION: Slightly bend your knee. For the thigh measurement, measure around your leg, 4 inches above your knee. For the calf measurement, measure around the fullest part of your calf.

    ELBOW PROTECTION: Slightly relax your elbow. For the bicep measurement, measure around your arm, 3 inches above your elbow. For the forearm measurement, measure around the fullest part of your forearm.

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