Troy Lee Designs EG 5500 Elbow Guard

Troy Lee Designs EG 5500 Elbow Guard
Troy Lee Designs EG 5500 Elbow Guard
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EG 5500 Elbow Guard by Troy Lee Designs
The Troy Lee Designs EG 5500 Elbow Guard protects your elbows from technical terrain and go-big antics. As one of the most comfortable elbow guards on the market, the EG 5500 delivers an exceptional fit, thanks to X-Fit wraparound support with an elastic mesh sleeve for a body-conforming fit. Aramid reinforcement in high-wear areas prevents premature wear and tear from scuffing the ground and trail obstacles. Moreover, you'll appreciate the guard's Vent-Trak channels, which move air over your skin to reduce built-up perspiration and excess heat.As for the elbow guard's impact protection, you'll find an internal elbow cap with surrounding Strata-Foam. The elbow cap acts as your first line of defense against impact, protecting your elbow from nasty spills without being overly bulky or restricting movement. Strata-Foam further pads heavy blows, while conforming to your elbow contours for a precise fit.

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SKU: TLD0260
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