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AAZIS™ Soft Knee Guards

Product Description:

Right materials, right places. Kali Protectives continues this product promise with the AAZIS™ soft knee guard. All the protection you need and nothing additional.

Great for BMX, MTB, Skate, Scooter, Ski and Snowboard use.

Product Features:

ARAMID weave for expanded protection and durability

Anti “pull down” design, keeping your protection in place

Washable, adjustable, anti-microbial materials

Quick adjustment with the precise fit strapping system

Internal ABS knee cup for protection from sharp impacts

• Fits under most pants

• 130mm length available in 4 sizes ( see blow up size chart above)

 

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Kali

Kali Protectives is designed for riders who demand exceptional performance and uncompromising comfort. Kali Protectives came from a significant breakthrough in helmet safety technology, enabling them to use a thinner shell creating a lighter and stronger helmet. No safety technology exists that can completely prevent injury, but they can significantly reduce the chance of trauma. Their goal is to deliver the absolute best available protection to riders.

The Bicycle Store is an authorised dealer of Kali bike helmets.

Size Guide for Kali MTB Knee Shin Guards

mtb shin guardKali Knee Pads Size Guide

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Kali Aazis Plus 130 Soft Knee-Shin Guard Review

SEPTEMBER 27, 2013 BY DB in PPS MOTO

I have been wearing knee braces for a while now. I tend to wear as much protective gear as possible, but am not completely sold on knee braces and their ability to protect against ligament injuries.  Kali Protectives gave me the opportunity to try out their Aazis 130 soft knee shin guard. It has been a while since I’ve worn knee pads and I was excited to see what I thought of them.

What makes the Aazis Plus 130 unique?

 Aramid Weave: This is the generic term for Kevlar (Kleenex is to tissue paper as Kevlar is to aramid weave). You know, the stuff used in bullet proof vests? This is used for for protection and durability in the knee cup area.

Nitrex: Of the foams Kali tested, Nitrex did the best job of protecting from impact. There are very many densities and formulations available from Nitrex, allowing Kali to choose exactly what they wanted for the Aazis.

Anti-microbial materials: Inhibits the ability of microorganisms to grow (bacteria, fungi, viruses).

On the Track:

Anti “pull down” design: With the light weight of the Aazis 130 knee pads and their well designed strap system, these things don’t move around at all.

 Comfort: On the track I felt like I wasn’t wearing anything at all! For comparison, before I started wearing knee braces, I had owned Fox Titan Pro, Thor Force and EVS SC03 knee pads. The Kali Aazis 130s are most comparable to the EVS SC03. The Aaazis 130 uses better, more comfortable materials against your skin and are designed more comfortably than the EVS SC03.

 Protection: The Kali Aazis 130 is a well designed product, it uses good materials and offers protection at the top and sides of your knees. The knee features Kevlar and plastic on top of foam for protection and the shin features plastic and foam. That said I’m not ready to trade in my knee braces yet.

Breathability: Like I said, I barely noticed I had these things on. They are very light and much more breathable than the EVS RS-8 knee braces I have been wearing.

What I’d like to see improved:

Protection at top of knee: For mx use it would be nice to have a larger protection area, maybe with some thicker or more dense foam, at the top of the knee for protection from handlebars hitting that area when foot sticks in corners. 

Protection at sides of knees: These pads are very thin and soft, much better than nothing, but I would like to see these beefed up a bit for mx use as well.

Final Thoughts: People’s use of protective gear in motocross is an interesting balance of comfort and protection. There aren’t really any standards when it comes to protective gear like there is in other sports. If you’re a comfort person who leans toward wearing knee pads, you should definitely consider the Kali Aazis 130. The protection they offer is as good as you’re going to get out of a knee pad and they are very comfortable.


BikeRadar.com

7 Aug 2012

 A comfy, aggressive-looking alternative to 661’s classic pad"

Kali’s Aazis pads look a bit bulky thanks to a solid, Kevlar-covered shell over the kneecap and soft, Neoprene padding around the sides, but they don’t feel it on the bike.

Ours were a size smaller than we’d normally choose – in fact, they’re the smallest – and it may actually have helped. There’s still plenty of room for comfort inside, and though we spent a lot of time adjusting before the first ride, they seemed to sit right first time after that. Sizes go up to extra large, and there’s a roughly 2.5cm increase in circumference across the range.

The Aazis don’t feel that different from 661’s popular (but no longer available) Kyle Strait pads, though they’re a little higher-profile in looks as well as design – especially with this asymmetrical colouring. The rear panels stay comfortable even when crumpled under pedalling (the 661s don’t always), and long and very secure Velcro tabs make adjustment easy. Once on, we never had to fiddle with them and, to be honest, rarely even gave them a thought. Which is how we like it. And despite the fold near the top, there’s little for shorts to hang up on.

They run as cool as pads of this size can be expected to and seem to trap less moisture than some, but they’re still not really the best thing for long days in the saddle. Look towards completely soft and much thinner, if less protective pads for that.

For messing around in the woods though they’re great, bringing useful protection from toptubes when you slide out and peace of mind over rocks and drops. They stay put whether pushing, pedalling or descending. Great stuff.

MTBR.com

13 Aug 2011

"Their knee and knee/shin armor are comfortable, light, easy to wear, and provides excellent protection. They have made a design that utilizes a great combination of soft and hard materials, and uses innovative features, such as side protection, and an extremely durable front covering. In Sanskrit, Aazis means “blessing”, which certainly defines their focus. Their armor is used by multiple extreme sports and their practitioners, such as mountain bike, skateboard, BMX, snowboard and motocross.Kali AAZISThe AAZIS armor comes in three different versions, the AAZIS Knee Guard, the AAZIS Plus 180 Knee/Shin Guard and AAZIS Plus 130 Knee/Shin Guard. The numeric numbering for the knee/shin guard refers to the additional coverage below the normal knee guard, 180mm and 130mm respectively (7 and 5 inches). The knee is protected by a flexible ABS shell, while the shin uses a flexible ABS plate, and they are both padded internally with a Nitrex foam lining, and covered with a Kevlar-weaved synthetic for durability and abrasion resistance. The knee guard has six dense foam pads or buttons located along the sides for ligament protection, while the shin has four additional pads, and both have Nitrex foam pads above and below the knee shell. The slip-on armor uses a perforated neoprene material, that is washable, breathable and anti-microbial, and uses two large Velcro straps to keep everything in place, plus the shin model uses a third anklet connector. They are available in Green and Gray, and come in the size’s Small, Medium, Large and X-Large.

Measured Weight:

  • Knee – 462 grams (Medium)
  • Knee/Shin – 642 grams (180 Medium)"

 

BikeMag.com Review

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Mr Gravity wears Kali Armour

Mr Gravity wears KAli web size

 Austin, aka Mr Gravity, sent us this amazing photo of him base jumping in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He actually purchased a set of Kali Knee Protectors as he had tried on a friends set, and found them to be the most comfortable he had worn.

When he sent this photo in, seeking sponsorship for his next jump, I asked the the obvious question, "why bother with protectors..if you crash your gonna die?". He replied it was in case of "small mishaps like knocking the exit platform or scraping into buildings".

Anyway he is getting a free set from us for his next jump!

  • Details

    AAZIS™ Soft Knee Guards

    Product Description:

    Right materials, right places. Kali Protectives continues this product promise with the AAZIS™ soft knee guard. All the protection you need and nothing additional.

    Great for BMX, MTB, Skate, Scooter, Ski and Snowboard use.

    Product Features:

    ARAMID weave for expanded protection and durability

    Anti “pull down” design, keeping your protection in place

    Washable, adjustable, anti-microbial materials

    Quick adjustment with the precise fit strapping system

    Internal ABS knee cup for protection from sharp impacts

    • Fits under most pants

    • 130mm length available in 4 sizes ( see blow up size chart above)

     

    Read Expert Reviews in the Media tab.

     

  • Size Guide

    Size Guide for Kali MTB Knee Shin Guards

    mtb shin guardKali Knee Pads Size Guide

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  • Media

    xpert Reviews on Kali Knee Guards

    Kali Aazis Plus 130 Soft Knee-Shin Guard Review

    SEPTEMBER 27, 2013 BY DB in PPS MOTO

    I have been wearing knee braces for a while now. I tend to wear as much protective gear as possible, but am not completely sold on knee braces and their ability to protect against ligament injuries.  Kali Protectives gave me the opportunity to try out their Aazis 130 soft knee shin guard. It has been a while since I’ve worn knee pads and I was excited to see what I thought of them.

    What makes the Aazis Plus 130 unique?

     Aramid Weave: This is the generic term for Kevlar (Kleenex is to tissue paper as Kevlar is to aramid weave). You know, the stuff used in bullet proof vests? This is used for for protection and durability in the knee cup area.

    Nitrex: Of the foams Kali tested, Nitrex did the best job of protecting from impact. There are very many densities and formulations available from Nitrex, allowing Kali to choose exactly what they wanted for the Aazis.

    Anti-microbial materials: Inhibits the ability of microorganisms to grow (bacteria, fungi, viruses).

    On the Track:

    Anti “pull down” design: With the light weight of the Aazis 130 knee pads and their well designed strap system, these things don’t move around at all.

     Comfort: On the track I felt like I wasn’t wearing anything at all! For comparison, before I started wearing knee braces, I had owned Fox Titan Pro, Thor Force and EVS SC03 knee pads. The Kali Aazis 130s are most comparable to the EVS SC03. The Aaazis 130 uses better, more comfortable materials against your skin and are designed more comfortably than the EVS SC03.

     Protection: The Kali Aazis 130 is a well designed product, it uses good materials and offers protection at the top and sides of your knees. The knee features Kevlar and plastic on top of foam for protection and the shin features plastic and foam. That said I’m not ready to trade in my knee braces yet.

    Breathability: Like I said, I barely noticed I had these things on. They are very light and much more breathable than the EVS RS-8 knee braces I have been wearing.

    What I’d like to see improved:

    Protection at top of knee: For mx use it would be nice to have a larger protection area, maybe with some thicker or more dense foam, at the top of the knee for protection from handlebars hitting that area when foot sticks in corners. 

    Protection at sides of knees: These pads are very thin and soft, much better than nothing, but I would like to see these beefed up a bit for mx use as well.

    Final Thoughts: People’s use of protective gear in motocross is an interesting balance of comfort and protection. There aren’t really any standards when it comes to protective gear like there is in other sports. If you’re a comfort person who leans toward wearing knee pads, you should definitely consider the Kali Aazis 130. The protection they offer is as good as you’re going to get out of a knee pad and they are very comfortable.


    BikeRadar.com

    7 Aug 2012

     A comfy, aggressive-looking alternative to 661’s classic pad"

    Kali’s Aazis pads look a bit bulky thanks to a solid, Kevlar-covered shell over the kneecap and soft, Neoprene padding around the sides, but they don’t feel it on the bike.

    Ours were a size smaller than we’d normally choose – in fact, they’re the smallest – and it may actually have helped. There’s still plenty of room for comfort inside, and though we spent a lot of time adjusting before the first ride, they seemed to sit right first time after that. Sizes go up to extra large, and there’s a roughly 2.5cm increase in circumference across the range.

    The Aazis don’t feel that different from 661’s popular (but no longer available) Kyle Strait pads, though they’re a little higher-profile in looks as well as design – especially with this asymmetrical colouring. The rear panels stay comfortable even when crumpled under pedalling (the 661s don’t always), and long and very secure Velcro tabs make adjustment easy. Once on, we never had to fiddle with them and, to be honest, rarely even gave them a thought. Which is how we like it. And despite the fold near the top, there’s little for shorts to hang up on.

    They run as cool as pads of this size can be expected to and seem to trap less moisture than some, but they’re still not really the best thing for long days in the saddle. Look towards completely soft and much thinner, if less protective pads for that.

    For messing around in the woods though they’re great, bringing useful protection from toptubes when you slide out and peace of mind over rocks and drops. They stay put whether pushing, pedalling or descending. Great stuff.

    MTBR.com

    13 Aug 2011

    "Their knee and knee/shin armor are comfortable, light, easy to wear, and provides excellent protection. They have made a design that utilizes a great combination of soft and hard materials, and uses innovative features, such as side protection, and an extremely durable front covering. In Sanskrit, Aazis means “blessing”, which certainly defines their focus. Their armor is used by multiple extreme sports and their practitioners, such as mountain bike, skateboard, BMX, snowboard and motocross.Kali AAZISThe AAZIS armor comes in three different versions, the AAZIS Knee Guard, the AAZIS Plus 180 Knee/Shin Guard and AAZIS Plus 130 Knee/Shin Guard. The numeric numbering for the knee/shin guard refers to the additional coverage below the normal knee guard, 180mm and 130mm respectively (7 and 5 inches). The knee is protected by a flexible ABS shell, while the shin uses a flexible ABS plate, and they are both padded internally with a Nitrex foam lining, and covered with a Kevlar-weaved synthetic for durability and abrasion resistance. The knee guard has six dense foam pads or buttons located along the sides for ligament protection, while the shin has four additional pads, and both have Nitrex foam pads above and below the knee shell. The slip-on armor uses a perforated neoprene material, that is washable, breathable and anti-microbial, and uses two large Velcro straps to keep everything in place, plus the shin model uses a third anklet connector. They are available in Green and Gray, and come in the size’s Small, Medium, Large and X-Large.

    Measured Weight:

    • Knee – 462 grams (Medium)
    • Knee/Shin – 642 grams (180 Medium)"

     

    BikeMag.com Review

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  • Best Pic Ever

    Mr Gravity wears Kali Armour

    Mr Gravity wears KAli web size

     Austin, aka Mr Gravity, sent us this amazing photo of him base jumping in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. He actually purchased a set of Kali Knee Protectors as he had tried on a friends set, and found them to be the most comfortable he had worn.

    When he sent this photo in, seeking sponsorship for his next jump, I asked the the obvious question, "why bother with protectors..if you crash your gonna die?". He replied it was in case of "small mishaps like knocking the exit platform or scraping into buildings".

    Anyway he is getting a free set from us for his next jump!

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