Sweet Protection Elbow Guards Pro

Color: Black
Size: M
Sale price$130.00


The Sweet Protection Elbow Guards Pro are the latest addition to Sweet's joint protector line. They are specifically designed for paddlers and riders who prefer big drops and more aggressive line choices. These elbow guards are equipped with Level 1 protection and are constructed with ventilated and elastic materials to provide maximum comfort and flexibility during use. What sets these guards apart from the rest is the soft-visco elastic material that allows for better articulation fit, helping to save energy while paddling.

In addition, the guards feature new perforated and highly vented materials that provide better breathability, keeping athletes cool and comfortable on long excursions. With the Sweet Protection Elbow Guards Pro, you can tackle challenging trails with the confidence that your elbows are well-protected and comfortable.

  • Removable Level 1 3S™ (Sweet Shock Shield) Visco-elastic pad – Hardens upon impact
  • Durable pad pocket in front
  • Elastic and ventilated fabrics
  • Gripper elastic on the inside
  • Washable (hand wash)

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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