Indy Elbow - Women's
From $85.00 CAD
A silicone gripper around the bicep opening ensures a secure fit and makes sure the pad stays in place through every bump and turn.
A woven elastic strap for the upper arm and a neoprene comfort band for the lower arm work together to create a customized fit.
Inner elbow gusset is strategically construction so that nothing rubs you the wrong way.
Elbow's Best Friend
We took our popular and proven Indy elbow pad and made improvements to increase comfort and stability without sacrificing any breathability and D30™ impact protection!Note: Indy Elbow is unisex sizing.
Indy Elbow - Women's
|Protection||D3O elbow pad|
|Adjustment||Bicep hook and loop strap|
|Gripper||Silicone bicep gripper|
|Other||Abrasian resistant elbow cover|
Light and Easy to wear while great protection. Don’t even notice them but been down a couple times and know they saved me. Highly recommended!
Great pads... D30 protection in a slim, lightweight, breathable and comfortable pad. Bicep strap is perfect! These fit under a long sleeve jersey well and never slide down. Previous pads were always at my wrists during long enduro race stages. These stay up and are barely noticeable when riding. Also, I have unfortunately tested the protection many times already and they're have protected my elbows very well!
I bought these along with the Indy knee pads. They are lightweight, very comfortable - not bulky at all - barely notice I am wearing them. And they stay in place. I'm 5' 3" and got the size Small.
Have had these and worn consistently for the past 6 weeks. Big crash last night riding my local trail with lights. Aside from a few scratches above and below the pad line, I escaped unscathed. I fell on some knife edge rocks when my front tire washed out coming down a steep section. If not for these sweet pads, I’d probably be in the OR getting fixed right now. Do yourself a favor and get some. Easy on and off, comfortable, not too hot.
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