Post originally posted Dec 16, 2015& Updated 12.01.2017
POC is well known for their protection product.
I have several POC products now and I recommend checking them out.
This glove is my favorite glove so far.
- very comfy
- light weight
- Velcro strap
- perfect fit.
- Excellent padding
- they cost the same as the giro remedy X gloves and are way better when it comes to comfort & Poc offers protection padding but Giro does not.
because these gloves were actually bit too big(size large) I changed to 2016 Resistance strong gloves(size medium),the palm on some of the gloves worn out, I think this is caused by the material used & the venting holes in them, so far the Index Dh has been holding up OK,but I guess over long period of time they will eventually wear too.
Conclusion: Recommended, for durability I recommend getting Index DH over the newer 2016 Resistance Strong gloves.
In my opinion, they are currently the best MTB gloves on the market right now.
Product page: http://www.pocsports.com/en/product/1888/index-dh
https://www.sykkelkomponenter.no/search_result?keywords=poc (12.02.2017 er borte/ it’s gone)
If you crash a lot, and need a durable jersey, POC Flow is a good choice.
if you want soft and super comfortable jersey i would go for the Trail jersey instead, biut for me this is OK.
- confortable, the jersey is smoother inside than outside, so it will not be as unconfortable as you might think.
- Very Durable,i crashed 2 tiomnmes ( on concrete stairs and on asphalt) with this jersey on and it still looks like new,but i assume if you crash very bad the POC logo might get some scrapes.
- no itchy size label
i ordered wrong size but i kept it did not have time to deal with it so i just used it, but one size too small was wearable but not so comfy to put it on, but hopefully i can get some more of these in the right size
Conclusion, if you want durability, the POC flow jersey is a good choice.
most of the elbow or knee pads I see on the market are not up to my standards,they are made as bad as the Bliss Arg knee and elbow pads.
the pad is cut so it bends easier and is more comfortable, but when I crashed one time and the pads squeezed my skin so it was red few days,but that not really a big issue
- easy and fast to take them on and off
- the right materials used so they will be durable and wont wear out
- very comfortable,not as hot as the bliss arg or similar pads.
- they did not wear out just in weeks like the 2015 Bliss Arg.
- light weight
- not as bulky as bliss arg or 661 r similar designs,so you won’t look liek a robot wearing a jersey.
- stay in place when you crash
- upper strap is needed in my opinion,it will hold the pads in place more securely.
- only one strap,but this should not be a issue if you got the right size.But if you hit something backwards and it gets hooked on the upper side it can pull the pad off.
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my experience with these pads was so good that I now got Joint VPD 2.0 Shins & Joint VPD 2.0 DH Long Knee
Read the review here: https://mtbboy1993.wordpress.com/2015/10/26/poc-vpd-2-0-dh-knee-pads-shin-pads-defenitly-one-of-the-best-protectors-out-there/
Get the Joint VPD 2.0 Elbow or Joint VPD 2.0 Elbow or instead,which I have done.