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As light as it is tough.
It never fails: skip pads and you’ll eat it three minutes into your October ridge ride. Instead of enjoying the crisp air and tacky dirt, you’ll limp down the trail with two elbows made of ground meat. Leatt’s Airflex Elbow Guard nips this particular problem in the bud, with rugged but lightweight Armorgel padding that hardens on impact to absorb impact without cramping your riding style. The breathable MoistureCool sleeve doesn’t let you get swampy, either, so you can focus on the ride, not on how soggy your arms are.
- Item #LBR003X
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Badass elbow guards
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
These fit great, don't move around and are super comfortable. Have had a few light spills in them and they saved my elbows real nice.
Pro level elbow protectors
I ordered these since the G-forms weren't in stock in my size. A pro downhiller friend had recommended Leatt pads so I gave them a whirl for my enduro races. They are built for the long haul and are comfortable enough to wear all day.
Light weight, breathable, protective
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: Runs large
- Height: 6'3"
- Weight: 185lbs
I wanted something that gave me some added protection, but didn't take away from my riding experience and these nailed it. They conform to your arm and you forget you're wearing them after the first 10s of riding. According to the size chart I should have been L, but after trying those on they were not loose, but not tight enough. Not so loose where they would fall down just walking around in, but loose enough I could feel them move when shaking my arms. The mediums originally felt too tight, but after wearing them 3 times now, I love them and fit great without moving an ounce.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
These pads are super comfortable and they did not slide anything like my last pair.
Updated size chart
Do these come as singles or as a pair?