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iXS Sports Division works closely with many pro riders to develop new protective gear. Their specific needs and iXS Sports Division’s experience in protection result in products that set standards within their intended range of use. The knee protectors that were developed with Canadian freeride hero Darren Berrecloth are a good example.


Dubbed the “Slope Series Evo”, these knee protectors feature some of iXS Sports Division’s proprietary technologies.  These technologies include Nock OutTM padding that offers excellent shock absorption, highly breathable, antibacterial AeroMeshTM and VentMeshTM fabrics.  These are some of the lightest kneeguards available at any price.

The Slope Series Evo protectors have a compact shape to fit easily under jeans. If things go wrong, the Slope Series Evo’s “KneeGussetTM” is designed to keep these protectors firmly in place and to keep damage away from your knees.  After all, sometimes tricks pulled on jumps and drops don’t always work on the first attempt, even if you are Darren Berrecloth. 

Features & Benefits of the Slope-Series Evo Knee Guards:
- Developed with Darren Berrecloth
- “NockOutTM” shock absorbent padding
- Lightweight +/-370g
- Ergonomically formed
- High resistent Keflar cover
- Highly breathable and antibacterial due to “AeroMeshTM” and “VentMeshTM” fabric 
- “KneeGussetTM” on knee pad horse shoe formed pad to prevent rolling and to spread impact force
- Side padding

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Darren Berrecloth puts his trust in iXS. "I ride bikes for the freedom and the love of outdoors, I love to push the boundaries of my riding everyday because that’s what really gets me excited, is progressing.  I first heard of iXS from my brother and I went online and checked out some of the gear, I was quite surprised that a company that I never heard of had such good protective wear.  The rest was history..."

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