If you've been mountain biking for a while, you know the feeling of smashing your elbows into submission as you eject at high speeds or misjudge the distance to a tree trunk alongside the trail. The faster you ride, the worst the subsequent injury, so it helps to be wearing the Dainese Trail Skins 2 Elbow Guard when you're raging downhill at scary-fast velocities and darting between trees lining the trail. This elbow guard caters to aggressive trail riders and enduro racers seeking a highly breathable form of protection, in case they go over the bars into a rock garden or bash their elbow on a tree. It's also a great addition if you regularly encounter technical terrain or ride lift-accessed parks where falling is only inevitable. Pro Armour padding absorbs crushing impact forces with its honeycomb-like structure and remains highly breathable on those hot summer days. It's held in place with two adjustable elastic straps, which are backed with silicone for stay-put grip, even when you're sweating excessively.
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