You can't wear bulky, uncomfortable pads that hold you back. But when the elements turn against you, it could put you on the sideline, and you can't let that happen. With Youth Pro-X2 Elbow Pads, you have the protection you need, when you need it. The rest of the time, you won't even know it's there. Go ride! Featuring SmartFlex: Flexible as you Ride. Hardens on Impact. - Comfortable: Lightweight, flexible pads giving you total comfort during any ride - Body-mapped impact-absorbing SmartFlex pads - Secured: Compression sleeves with silicone gripper to keep your pads secure - Ventilated: Stay cool with ventilated pads and moisture-wicking, UPF 50+ fabric - Please check size chart carefully as sizing tends to run small
The Enduro Pro Elbow guard offers our highest level of protection in an ultra-light pedal-friendly design. The slip-on design with flexible impact-absorbing Fox F3 Armor provides you with minimal restrictions and maximum benefits. - Impact-absorbing foam provides full coverage & unrestricted range of motion - CE-certified coverage using Fox's proprietary F3 Armor - Moisture-wicking, open stretch mesh at back of guards for breathability - Cordura fabric offers higher abrasion resistance in key impact areas - Reinforced skid plate reduces friction with the ground in a sliding fall - Foam inserts are removable for easy washing - Certifications: EN1621-1 level 1 elbow including high & low conditions
Protect your little rider with Strider's Knee And Elbow Pad Set. These tough pads boast premium hard plastic outer shells and Velcro straps to keep them securely in place.
Slip-On Knee Guards Designed With D3O The Youth Launch D3O Knee Guard offers an excellent combination of impact-absorbing protection with a value-focused build for smaller riders. The CE certified D3O insert works seamlessly with the slip-on design of the guard to provide all-day comfort and the confidence to try new trails. Features - D3O inserts - EN1621-1 Level 1 CE certification - Anatomically-shaped and asymmetrical shin guards provide pedal-friendly comfort - Slip-on fit with hook-and-loop adjuster - Perforated neoprene offers comfort & breathability
POC's Joint VPD 2.0 Knee pads offer serious protection that is just shy of full-on DH pads. They use Visco-Elastic Polymer Dough that forms to your body and is flexible when moving, then turns rigid upon impact. It's so tough, the 3D molded VPD 2.0 complies to motorcycle standards. Kevlar reinforced stretch fabric and dual straps keep them locked down where they belong, even in the event of a tumbling crash.
$80.00 $100.00 20% Off
The Joint VPD 2.0 Elbow is an all-around elbow pad that offers a high level of protection. They are comfortable to wear and stay in the right position even in rough riding conditions. VPD adapts to the shape of your body, but when exposed to impact, the material stiffens and has extreme impact-absorption properties. Includes the crash retention strap (CRS) that prevents the protector from sliding out of place. - 3D molded VPD 2.0 elbow protector that complies to the 1621-1 motorcycle standard - Secure fit with a reinforced stretch fabric - Crash retention strap (CRS) prevents protector from sliding out of place - Elastic strap for enhanced protection and fit
$104.00 - $130.00 $130.00 Up to 20% Off
The Joint VPD System Elbow is a highly flexible 2ply elbow protector which conforms with international shock absorption standards. The elbow protector features a highly efficient ventilation system and an outer fabric which is made with high tenacity polyamide yarns for low friction and high abrasion resistance. VPD is the perfect material for mountain biking as it wraps around a riders body shape when warm which gives great freedom of movement on a bike. To protect riders during a fall the VPD technology then hardens on impact to help minimize injury. - Extremely flexible and light VPD elbow pad - EN 1621-1 certified shock absorption - Ventilation system constructed within each layer to optimize moisture management and comfort - Low friction polyamide construction high abrasion resistance
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