For those who aren't familiar with 7 Protection, they specialize in high-end mountain bike protection. With everything from joint protection, helmets, chest and back protection, to gloves, 7iDP covers it all. They are known for their innovative design, durability, quality, and comfort. Here in this review, we are taking a closer look at the 7iDP Transition Knee Pads. The Transition pad features impact hardening foam, slips on and off, and fits those with a minimalistic lifestyle.
The Transition knee pads are truly a grab and go essential for any rider looking for good knee protection in a slim fit package. These are my favorite knee pads to ride in and have even worn them at a few downhill races where the track wasn't too rough. They would go great for someone competing in any enduro racing or everyday trail riding. The stitching on the Transition knee keeps the fit and finish looking and performing like it should. You can ride in these pads all day long!
Sam Hill riding in the Transition Knee Pads
Max Morgan is 25 years old, and lives in Brevard, North Carolina. Max grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and started racing downhill at the age of 15. He has now been racing professionally for the last 7 years, competing in the U.S. Pro GRT series and UCI World Cup series. Check out Max's rider spotlight here!