G-Form Pro-X2 Elbow Pad

G-Form Pro-X2 Elbow Pad
G-Form Pro-X2 Elbow Pad
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Pro-X2 Elbow Pad by G-Form
A lot of mountain bikers opt to ride without elbow pads, which is understandable because there's nothing worse than trying to maneuver your bike with bulky, uncomfortable pads strapped around your arms. But if you've ever mashed your elbow on a rock after an unexpected get-off, you know how important it is to keep this area protected. The G-Form Pro-X2 Elbow Pads are soft, lightweight, and comfortable elbow guards that won't restrict your movement on the bike thanks to their body-mapped design and flexible pad material. Should you experience a crash, RPT technology allows the padding to harden upon impact, absorbing and redistributing the impact energy to help you stay safe and protected.

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