Forgetting to protect your elbows could be one of your most painful mistakes! The iXS Flow Elbow Pads are designed to so lightweight and packable that there's no reason not to bring them on your ride! More info
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Forgetting to protect your elbows could be one of your most painful mistakes! The iXS Flow Elbow Pads are designed to so lightweight and packable that there's no reason not to bring them on your ride! No matter what type of trails you ride, the Flow Elbow Pads are for riders who desire extra protection from trail dangers. Features: Meets European safety standards EN1621-1 and EN1621-2. X-Matter Foam absorbs impacts without sacrificing range of motion. Aeromesh is breathable and anti-bacterial treated. Silicone prevents these pads from slipping. LoopLock closings to keep the pad securely in place. 260g per pair. Sizing Chart - See the final picture for a full sizing chart.
Least favourite feature?Felt a bit itchy but sweat soon lubes them up.
Funny bone pads
Got the medium after measuring up and seemed tight when first put on. After riding in them they felt great and hardly moved. Might need to readjust once in the ride occasionally but mostly just forget they are there and like most safety gear once you have used it you feel vulnerable when you donât wear it.
I moved to these from a pair of POC VPD Air elbow pads. They fit so much better than the POC and stay in place thanks to a wide silicone gripper and strap. Mesh on inside is breathable and they are comfortable to wear all day. They are light weight protectors that are going to take a reasonably impact - if youâre looking for something more suitable for days in the bike park maybe look at the Carve instead.
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