Sweet Protection Elbow Pads

Sweet Protection Elbow Pads
Sweet Protection Elbow Pads
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Elbow Pads by Sweet Protection
Attack that rock fielder or exposed line with confidence in the Sweet Protection Elbow pads. These lightweight pads are built to keep you comfortable on the trail by preventing over heating and moving with you. As an added bonus they are built with multiple impacts in mind so that you can turn to them day in day out.

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SKU: SET004W
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