Wrp Mountain Assault Knee Pads 2015-2017 Polaris Rush on 2040-parts.com
Orem, Utah, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:PO-KP-RUSH1517-BK
Country/Region of Manufacture:United States
UPC:Does not apply
WRP Part Number: PO-KP-RUSH1517-BK
Wasatch Recreational Products bring you the latest in comfort for everyone from the casual to most aggressive riders. Mountain Assault Knee Pads are manufactured from high quality polyurethane to put a durable padded layer between your knees and your sleds hard plastic dash. The best looking Knee Pads in the market.
- Polaris Rush 2015-2017
- Light weight
- Each WRP Mountain Assault Knee Pad is constructed from only the highest quality materials available.
- Like all WRP products, these pads are Made in the USA.
- Silicone included for installation.
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