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No more bloody arms and elbows.

Wear the Troy Lee Designs Elbow Guard if you want your arm to break your fall instead the other way around. The ergonomic design ensures a comfortable and secure fit, while the polycarbonate shell and ventilated foam backing absorb impacts to the parts of your body most likely to take a hit: Your elbow and forearm.

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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

I regret buying these. The coverage is adequate but not great. There is very little padding in the event of a crash. The worst part is that they slide if you crash hard--even if they are cinched tight--so you'll get road/trail rash even if they are pretty snug. You can find much better pads for the money.


Good basic pads

    No velcro straps, just tightens and stays. As long as you keep them tight they don't feel like they will slip to much but I haven't been in a crash with them yet. Decent for a cheaper pair of good elbow / forearm guards.

    biking position

    biking position

    Kind of what it looks like when riding the bike

    Are these arm pads allowed for highschool...

    Are these arm pads allowed for highschool football because nothing out there comes close to the protection

    Send that link to your recruiter or coach and ask, you could even throw it out there they could buy them for the whole team.


    Very Happy!

      These are lightweight, durable, and do the trick for me, as in intermediate rider. I was mostly looking to protect my forearms and elbows from trees, branches, and occassionally gravel or dirt, all without spending a ton of money. These fit the bill perfectly !!