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Six Six One Comp Forearm Elbow Guards

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    Protect your joints.

    Smacking your funny bone sucks. Smacking it on a rock during a ragdoll crashfest sucks exponentially more. That's why Six Six One built the Comp Forearm Elbow Guards. The riding-oriented cut keeps them moving with you, and not cutting off circulation. That freedom is enhanced by the asymmetric, pre-curved fit. And there's an external hard shell, for maximum protection. They're not the most breathable pads out there, but then again, they're built to be protective, first and foremost. Strap them on, and go show that gnarly trail feature who's in charge now.

    The Six Six One Comp Forearm Elbow Guards are available in three sizes from Small to Large and in the color White.

    • Item #SSO001E

    Tech Specs

    [shell] polypropylene
    Protection Area
    Closure System
    Recommended Use
    mountain biking
    Manufacturer Warranty
    1 year

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    Poor design

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Poor articulation in elbow joint of pad. The elbow part just ends up sticking out. Single elastic strap is a pain and doesn't stop the elbow pad from shifting up and down your arm. Disappointed and wouldn't recommend these.

    More Like a Forearm guard

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    For kayaking - I hit the back of my elbows a lot (closer to the tricep) and there is no protection there, these mainly cover the forearm and a small portion of the front elbow. I am going to stick with my NRS ones even though their strapping systems suck. A lot of people I kayak with use the Fox Racing ones (as another option), but I haven't tried them personally.