Troy Lee Designs Speed Elbow Guards

Troy Lee Designs Speed Elbow Guards
Troy Lee Designs Speed Elbow Guards
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Speed Elbow Guards by Troy Lee Designs
The last thing you want to worry about when you're rallying over perfect stretches of tacky singletrack is a first aid situation that requires you to pause your ride to deal with. Rather than having to take inventory of your injuries after every crash, Troy Lee Designs' Speed Elbow Guards will let you save that for the big ones, protecting your elbows from everyday encounters with trailside trees, rocks, and the ground with 4mm D3O foam cushioning and an abrasion-resistant cover. The sleeve is lightweight and breathable with its airy mesh backing and synthetic construction, and a silicone gripper band makes sure it doesn't move around while you're busy picking fast lines through root-latticed descents.

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SKU: TLD00QT
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