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iXS Flow protection vest

Designed for trail and enduro riding, this iXS Flow vest is arguably the most comfortable and invisible piece of protection that we’ve tested that comes with the higher protection rating.…

£149.99
Score 9

100% Tarka Protection Vest

The 100% Tarka Protection Vest has thick flexible protection panels on both front and rear sides and is available in three different versions, including more expensive short and long-sleeve versions…

£129.99
Score 9

Leatt 3DF Airfit vest

Leatt made its name in MTB protection, and specifically neck braces.  This Leatt 3DF AirFit Body Vest might not be explicitly DH-targeted but it’s still seriously solid and protective and…

£164.99
Score 9

Ion Scrub Amp Protection Vest

The Ion Scrub Amp Protection Vest is an impressively lightweight piece of body armour that offers performance and comfort good enough for us to rate it among the best body…

£139.95
Score 8

Evoc Protector Vest

The best mountain bike body armour offers the right blend of high protection, breathability and comfort while riding, and EVOC’s protector vest offers a great blend of those attributes. Among…

£124.99
Score 7

Kali Mission 2.0 knee pad

If you’re searching for one of the best knee pads for trail use, look no further. The Mission 2.0 Knee Guard is a pull-on pad and consists of lightweight four-way…

£59.99
Score 10

Dainese Trail Skins Pro

Dainese Trail Skins Pro feel reassuring when in the correct position, and really well made from quality materials, but doesn’t stay in place enough.

£84.95
Score 7

Ion K-Sleeve AMP

The new Ion K-Sleeve AMP knee pad ups protection levels over its predecessor and is now a slip-on Lycra-style tube with a removable, pre-shaped, kneepad.

£79.99
Score 8

Scott Mission Evo Knee pads

Knee pads are one of those slightly weird products that you carry around with you all the time, hoping you never have to use them. Nor do you want to…

£59.99
Score 9

7iDP Sam Hill Lite

The 7iDP Sam Hill Lite Knee pad is about as minimal as you can get on a kneepad before you’re simply wearing a knee warmer.

£69.99
Score 9

Race Face Roam Knee

Build quality is great on Race Face Roam Knee Guard, and attention to detail is superb, from the soft terry towelling inside to the ripstop outer material.

£124.95
Score 7

100% Surpass Knee

The 100% Surpass Knee Guard is one of the burlier kneepads out there, rated to CE Level 2 it’s designed to absorb maximum impact force.

£129.99
Score 10

Sweet Protection Knee Guards

Like most lightweight knee pads, these are a simple, stretchy sleeve with elasticated cuff and silicone grippers to keep them from sliding down.

£58.99
Score 9

pearl izumi elevate

Pearl Izumi Elevate pads are a minimal sleeve design, eschewing cumbersome straps or zips in favour of a Lycra sock 
and wide, elasticated hems.

£119.99
Score 7

Bell Super 3 MIPS

We’re revisiting the Bell Super 3 (the test winner two years ago) because Bell has just dropped the price by £20.

£119.99
Score 10

7 IDP Sam Hill Knee pad

This is 7iDP Sam Hill signature knee pad, so obviously the multi-winning DH and enduro warrior has input into the design.

£79.99
Score 9

7iDP Project Lite

The 7iDP Project Lite pads are a lighter, more minimal version of the popular 7iDP Project knee. The thin design is more of a ‘compression sock’ for knees.

£99.99
Score 8

100% Fortis Knee Guard

The 100% Fortis Knee Guard is unusual — it’s no slip-on, instead you wrap two big Velcro straps all the way round the back of your thigh and calf.

£69.99
Score 8