Mil-Tec kneepads with quick-release buckles

15.99 EUR
Mil-Tec kneepads with quick-release buckles
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A little heavier knee pads featuring hard plastic shield parts.

The hard shell is made from plastic, the inside is covered in cushioned nylon. Two adjustable, elastic straps with quick-release buckles.

Pro tip: Wear the lower strap tight and upper strap loose - this way the kneepads stay where they should and do not chafe. Do not cross the straps.

Factory new, made by Mil-Tec.

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