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    Super Clyde Knee Pads

    Hello all. I'm looking for a set of light duty knee pads, but can not seem to find any that will fit. Any suggestions would be appreciated. I'm 6'4 and measurements are 22" 1/2 in above knee and 18" at the top of my calf. Thanks in advance -MATT

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    Give 7iDp a Look

    You might take a look at the 7iDP products. It looks like the XL Covert Knee pad may work for you.:
    7iDP Covert Knee Pad - Reviews, Comparisons, Specs - Mountain Bike Knee/Shin Pads - Vital MTB

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zatoichi View Post
    You might take a look at the 7iDP products. It looks like the XL Covert Knee pad may work for you.:
    7iDP Covert Knee Pad - Reviews, Comparisons, Specs - Mountain Bike Knee/Shin Pads - Vital MTB
    Thanks for the reply, I have a set on order. We will see

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    Looking for the same thing. Have tried G Form xl, race face ambush, and Leatt. All too small. The Leatts are not terrible but still too tight... Good luck in the search! Let us know how the 7idps work!

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    I had some kyle strait knee pads in the largest size when i was coming back from an injury and was pretty big, and they were quite roomy. Comfy to pedal in, durable, and cheap, too.

    I have the leatt pads now, and i LOVE them, although i have the biggest size and i'm not very big any more. I'm not sure they'd survive as many high-speed wrecks as the KS pads did.
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    Super Clyde Knee Pads

    Update : 7iDP Control knee pads fit very well. No chance to ride with them yet, but so far so good. About time. Thanks Zatoichi.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M320 View Post
    Update : 7iDP Control knee pads fit very well. No chance to ride with them yet, but so far so good. About time. Thanks Zatoichi.
    I'm glad that they fit...

    When you put them on, pull the tags/labels out from between the back of your legs and the knee pads. The tags can become uncomfortable after a bit of riding...

    I've also posted a few pictures of my knee pads after a few wrecks over on this thread:
    http://forums.mtbr.com/apparel-prote...xs-948333.html

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