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POC Joint VPD Air Elbow
$70.00
Developed for cyclists who want enhanced flexibility, ventilation and freedom of movement, Joint VPD Air Elbow is a light-duty elbow pad. Featuring a Crash Retention Strap (CRS) and neoprene anti-slip to ensure a comfortable fit, even in rough riding conditions. - Lightweight and impact absorbing VPD compound. - Reinforced stretch fabric. - Crash retention strap (CRS) for a comfortable fit. - Neoprene anti-slip on the inside. - Designed with a low profile.
G-Form Youth Pro X2 Elbow Pads
$39.99
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
G-Form Youth Pro X2 Knee Pads
$49.99
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 Knee 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
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