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    Alpinestar Volcano Pads

    Curious if anyone has tried the Alpinestar Volcano Pads?

    They look relatively breathable, light, and priced well.
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    i tried them at sea otter yesterday, really light weight, i like that you dont have to take off your shoe in order to put them on, only drawback i found was that they dont really protect the side of the knee, still cool pads though

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    Thanks for the quick review.
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