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    Dainese Armor / Pads

    Have been considering armor far a while now and finally got a decent reason to go pick some up. Have been looking at Dainese 3x knee and elbow pads and they seem to be sold out across the US. This is not the first time I have made an attempt to buy some of their gear. Seems as if they only make a few runs of this stuff each year and are sold out already, How can a company stay in business if they never produce enough material? Enough venting.

    Anyone know where I could find some? Any recommended alternatives?

    Thanks

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    Go-Ride.

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    Go ride is normally good about stocking these things, but is out of stock. Wish websites would reflect this.

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    I switched to Troy Lee Designs Lopes signature knee/shin and love them. Best leg pads I have ever used by far. Fit great, don't slide down and no rubbing when pedalling. The first pads I'm actually willing to pedal with.

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    I've been riding with the Rockgardn Landing Zone arm guards and LZMX leg guards, and I'd recommend them. Great fit, they don't move, and very protective. They breathe pretty well, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SportDerek
    +1, I got mine from rideSFO
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    A bike company should come out with a bike named after Mikey. the Santa Cruz Vandeman. That would pisss him off to no end.

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    +1 on TLD Pads

    The troy lee pads rock. I liked my Race Face Roach Rally pads, but the straps ripped loose without that much use. It might just be a fluke, but I was pretty PO'd. They were comfortable and stayed in place during pedaling. The TLD pads are definitely better built.

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