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Troy Lee Designs
Raid Elbow Guard

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review
Color:Solid Black


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Raid Elbow Guard

We're pretty sure nobody would argue that keeping our elbows in tip-top shape is pretty important to daily functioning, so make sure to bring along your Troy Lee Designs Raid Elbow Guards the next time you hit the trail. Their seamless interior panel and protective padding work together to keep you comfortable and protected when braving branches and trail debris in search of the next big drop. They're light enough to keep you cool when grinding climbs, with the durability and abrasion resistance to keep them in the race kit for many a future adventure.


  • Streamlined elbow protection
  • Seamless inner panel minimizes chafing and pinching
  • Abrasion-resistant cover boosts durability
  • D30 padding provides protection
  • Item #TLD00X4
Superlight Spacer-prene, [padding] D30
Protection Area
EN-1621-1:2012 L1
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year

Overall Rating

5 based on 1 ratings

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5 out of 5 stars

August 28, 2020

Just what I was looking for

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Size Bought:

I got these after really liking the matching TLD raid knee pads. They feel true to size, a little snug but it sounds like they will relax a little from the other reviews, and I definitely prefer snug to loose. They're not leaving a mark or anything, and the sleeve lets the breeze in. Easy on/off, nice hard pad with a lot of forearm protection. I was glad I went with this heavier pad vs. the leaner alternatives from TLD, although I haven't fallen in them yet - I just can't see much downside in the extra heft - I barely feel them climbing. The top of the sleeve hides under a longish short sleeve shirt so there is no visible gap.

David P