Imported by Alba, Tusk and anyone else who wants to relabel them. For under $100 if they last 2 years I'll be more than happy. The seem well built and I can't see them not holding up under anything except really abusive riding. I don't have the money for $300 nerfs and again it's worth $100 to save my ankle.They say they are Alba nerfs, what am I missing on this?
The trails I ride are pretty well won and rock covered. I can see a problem if you are riding in brush though. These things are rock solid. They feel pretty secure with my 200 lbs standing on them. Time will for reliability and endurancetell but I give them a solid 10/10 for value.I've heard a couple things about nerfs, one is that they help protect yourself from getting run over and the other saying they will get stuck on everything if you ride trails like I do.
I really wanted to get some and was going to get the Houser's but this might be a better deal for only one bill. That way if I don't like them or they d get me stuck on crap all the time I can just take them off and trash em.
What's everyone else think of nerf's?
Pro Armor are on back order. They had a ton of fitment issues. These cost less than a third and bolted right up. I also wanted to keep the stock heel guards for now. Plus the money I saved helped pay for my 13t sprocket, Rogue grips and the quiet core for my FMF 4.1 muffler. Until I see whether Pro Armor got their QC right with their $350 nerfs I will not be putting out cash for those. At that price they should have zero issues and last for years.
I actually orded them from ATVGalaxy and was told they were back ordered until May 5th. I canceled the order because I didn't want to wait. I may yet buy them but there are other things I'm after first. ATVGalaxy was very nice to me on the phone BTW.$266 for Silver Pro Armors
$288 for Black
Also if you go with bigger tires like I did 24", the stock heel guards will sometimes rub when you put pressure back on them because they flex. The Pro Armor heel guards with fix that problem
They are priced well below the competition on those. I will buy from them when I'm ready to spend and again when the issues are resolved. In the meantime I've been on some crazy trails here in Arizona and while I'd rather not add the weight the protection is nearly essential for an inexperienced rider who pushes his limits twice a week in the desert. I can ride into the desert from my house. The Albas are a good interim and will at least keep my legs safer than nothing.I was just saying that you can get them cheaper. and +1 on ATV Galaxy as well. They have been nothing but accomidating.