Sweet Protection Elbow Guard

Sweet Protection Elbow Guard
Sweet Protection Elbow Guard
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Elbow Guard by Sweet Protection
Thin, lightweight, and flexible, the Sweet Protection Elbow Guards are designed with a comfortable and secure fit, but with enough coverage to protect you from those bumps and scratches that are almost inevitable during a long day out on the trails. SAS-TEC impact padding provides shock-absorbing properties yet a slim look and feel. If you're into long distance trail biking and want protection without the bulk of heavy-duty pads, these are the guards for you.

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SKU: SET003Z
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