7 Protection Control Elbow Guards

7 Protection Control Elbow Guards
7 Protection Control Elbow Guards
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Control Elbow Guards by 7 Protection
Riding hard when you're not armored up can be a little scary, but wear too much gear and you won't be able to bend your knees and elbows, which might limit your shredding just a bit. 7 Protection's Control Elbow Guards give you the confidence that comes with big-time armor, but its innovative design allows the freedom of movement you need to pedal, hike, and rip without restriction. Over the elbow and forearm, a one-millimeter Curv hard cap protects against direct impacts, while a surrounding double layer of perforated polygon foam helps save you from bruises and abrasions when you take a tumble. 7 Protection's innovative adjustment uses two hook-and-loop straps that pull from the center to the sides of the elbow, letting you fine-tune the Control's fit for non-slip comfort. There's also a Centre Strap, which cinches around the forearm to keep the Control from sliding around. Breathable mesh at the back of the forearm helps you stay reasonably sweat free, and the Control's lightweight design means you'll be able to wear it all day, during lift laps or enduro races, without feeling like you're hauling around extra gear.

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