Condor Outdoor Knee Pads (OD Green)[ST02][01768 / KP1-001]
The Condor Outdoor Knee Pads are possibly the best value for money in regards to knee protection. The 1/2" high density foam is wrapped in nylon to provide impact protection while still keeping a slim design to prevent from hindering movement. The rubber non-slip cap provides extra shock protection and is riveted to the knee pad for durability and flexibility. Condor Outdoor has become the premier manufacturer of airsoft gear. They have used their experience in body armor to create other protective/tactical gear for uniformed duty, tactical, corrections, military, industrial safety/medical rehabilitation personnel. Condor Outdoor products are the perfect quality product for airsoft.
Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
Size: Adjustable, one size fits most.
- Manufacturer: Condor Outdoor
- Color: Olive Drab
- Size: One Size Fits Most ( Adjustable )
- Material: Density Foam Padding
- Package Includes: One (1) Set of Knee Pads
Great none reflective surface
These are great pads at a great price a must have
I have the Condor version of these, but they're the same essentially, just a different manufacturer. They are really BA looking, and good for CQB and woodland battles, so you don't end up with bruised and bleeding knees after a few rounds. I've had problems with them falling down to my ankles after running, but that can be fixed with some tailoring (basically, just sew in belt loops around your knees for the straps to go into, and they won't fall down. You can even make the straps looser after doing this too for more comfort).
Good knee protection
Not glossy, it's like a matte OD color
Can end up around your ankles if you don't either sinche them up really tight, or put belt loops in your pants around the knees.
As knee pads go this is one of two types I've used thus far. In terms of fit, they happen to stay on my legs just perfectly.
However, I've had some issues with durability, specifically relating to the straps. The velcro panels have a bad habit of pulling away from the straps, making an otherwise intact knee pad no longer usable, as there is no way to secure it. I am looking into putting my own stitching into place though. Could bring some of my older sets into working order...
To give some context on longevity, first set lasted two years, second set lasted two weeks, third set (current) has lasted three months.
Wasn't sure if I should put 3 or 4 stars for this product.
Velcro panels do not have a strong connection to the straps.
is this hard a hard shell knee pad?
my field is very specific on requirements
2765 days ago
(I have this same question)
Yes it is.
2765 days ago