POC VPD System Lite Elbow Pad

POC VPD System Lite Elbow Pad
POC VPD System Lite Elbow Pad
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VPD System Lite Elbow Pad by POC
If you tend to crash on your side, elbow pads can be a make-or-break factor when it comes to staying healthy to ride your bike as much as possible. The POC VPD Lite pads offer a minimal feel when you're wearing them thanks to integrated ventilation, without sacrificing on the protection side with a molded hardshell elbow cap.

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SKU: POCZ18B
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