Crash Pads Mountain Bike Pants provides a custom fit for both men and women of every body type and shape.For almost twenty years, Crash Pads has been making sport specific hip pads and tailbone protectors for extreme sports aficionados.
If you're a person that revels in taking their bike off-road, you need Mountain Bike protective gear.
Crash pads Mountain Bike Pant provide hip and tailbone protection.
The full length, 6 panel design has mountain bike tailbone protection, hip pads, and coverage for the shins and knees.
The thermal formed, high density foam in the mt. bike padded shorts is wearable as under or outerwear.
With extreme spinoffs like freeriding, downhill, and hucking, riders need mountain bike crash pads more than ever.
The Mountain Bike Pant is a padded pant that is often used with the following extreme sports and activities:
SKATE: Derby, Skateboard, Hockey
BIKE: Down Hill, Mountain Biking
MOTOR SPORTS: ATV, Street, Track
FIELD SPORTS: Polo
OTHER SPORTS: Equestrian, Martial Arts, Paintball, Street Luge
NON-SPORT ACTIVITIES: Combat, Military, Security
+ Non-restrictive full length 6 panel design
+ Abrasion/Impact resistant padding providing outerwear durability
+ ½ inch thermal formed, scored, flame bonded, high density foam
+ Technical moisture management fabric
+ Antibacterial seamless seat pad and drawstring waist
+ Covers hip pointer, side hip, side leg, side knee, outside calf, shin, and knee
|MEN'S WAIST||8-10 Year Old||24 – 27”||27 – 30”||30 - 33”||34 - 38”||38 - 42”|
|WOMEN||3 - 6||7 - 10||11 - 14||15 - 18||19 - 22|
Getting Them On…
Crash Pads are a highly technical product and the fit is also very technical. Each Crash Pads product is designed to cover specific bones, and if worn correctly, will pad vulnerable areas in each individual sport while remaining restriction-free. This is why you wear Crash Pads gear, and not an inferior look-a-like product.
Be sure you have them on correctly!
Wear the waistband on your actual waist – NOT the hip.
Shorts: Place the hip pointer pad on the hip pointer in the front. The rest of the short should then be in place.
Long Pants: Place the pads on from the bottom up. ie; Put your knee pads in place and then work the pants up from there… like putting on your nylons (you don’t have to admit you know how to do this). Then fit the rest of the pant as instructed above – insuring the hip pointer is in place.
- If your pads shift they are too big.
- If you wear Crash Pads low they will not work as they have been designed to.