Fox Launch Sport Knee Pad

Priced: $27.95 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Fox Launch Sport Knee Pad
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You don't have to break the bank to prevent breaking yourself. The Fox Launch Sport Knee Pad gives you all the protection and comfort to go big—without costing so much you can't afford to replace all those broken bike parts.

Fit:

  • Asymmetrical design fits the left and right leg for anatomically correct comfort
  • A floating inner knee hinge provides on-the-bike mobility and fit

Straps:

  • Above the knee elastic strap holds the knee cup in place while pedaling

Features:

  • A plastic exoskeleton shell protects from high-energy impacts
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Fox Launch Sport Knee Pad Reviews:

Negative Reviews:

Uncomfortable, itchy, hot and do not stay in place. Can a knee pad get any worse? I got the "adult" sized pads and I am not a small guy at 6'3" 210lbs and they are big on me. Straps are too long and had to cut the velcro off and reattach it just to keep these attached to my legs.
I expected more from Fox.

Brandon Bourget at Backcountry.com on 07/27/2011

Neutral Reviews:

I hated my old Fox shin guards because they had this big sleeve on them that was supposed to hold them in place, even though it didn't. I thought this one would be better because I wouldn't have to take my shoes off to put the sleeve part of the leg guard on. All this really fixed was the hot itchy sleeve that was hard to put on, the pad still doesnt' stay in place though, so its not perfect. It also fits really big.

D. Joshua Christensen at Backcountry.com on 08/14/2011