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The multiple award-winning K-Pact shines with ventilation and fit: The stocking made of Super_Perforator_Neoprene provides noticeably better ventilation of the knee area even when the schooner is worn in long uphills at the knee. The asymmetrical padding on the inside and outside of the knee protects the joint from lateral contact with the frame or obstacles. The certified (EN 1621, Level 2) SAS-TEC pad on the front hardly needs a description anymore: The absorption capabilities of this pad are simply first-class. This combination of Super_Perforator_Neoprene stocking and SAS-TEC pad makes the K-Pact an absolutely reliable and very good companion for laps on home trails, bike park visits or high-speed runs somewhere in the backcountry!
SAS-TEC padding SAS-TEC is an innovative German manufacturer of high-quality protectors. The company looks back on a long history in the field of motorcycle protective equipment - and is our first choice when it comes to reliable safety. In our pads we use three-dimensional formed protection pads made of viscoelastic foam with extraordinary high absorption properties.
Power Aramid Power Aramid is a synthetic fibre originally developed by DuPont. In the meantime, it is used in a variety of applications, e.g. in bulletproof helmets, tires and bowstrings. The material offers outstanding qualities in terms of tear and abrasion resistance. This makes it perfect for protectors.
Super Perforator Neoprene Very flexible, particularly robust and above all very air-permeable neoprene. Of course not comparable to mesh material, but in terms of neoprene it is the most air-permeable material we currently use.