Fieldsheer Armadillo Knee Armor
- Breathable mesh lining
- Impact absorbing polyurethane armor
- Designed for low profile under any pants
- Abrasion resistant
- Crossed elastic straps for a customized fit
- Stretch panels help secure armor in place
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These come in three sizes, small/medium, large/XL and XXL. Just keep in mind we are talking about your knees and calves, not your gut. If you have thinner legs you will want to go with the small/medium. If you are very tall or have bigger calves then choose one of the larger sizes. The elastic Velcro closures provide a lot of room for adjustment so it isn’t too critical.
Our Two Cents
This knee armor is a good way to beef up your protective gear. It can be worn over or under clothing, and it covers a good length from the knee down the shin bone (quite a bit more coverage than your average armored pants). The Velcro and elastic used to strap them on should keep them securely in place and provide for quite a bit of flexibility in sizing. The knee portion of the armor is connected with two elastic straps which allow for a lot of flexibility. One thing we did find when trying these on is they don’t allow you to fully straighten your leg without the top and bottom digging in a little. That shouldn’t be too much of an issue, but it’s still worth mentioning. Check out our custom pictures of this armor by clicking the link above.
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
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I was rather disappointed in the Fieldsheer Armadillo Knee Armor. I found them to be very uncomfortable. When standing up, the armor dug into my leg. (Read more...)