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Fox Launch Enduro Elbow Pads

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SKU: 4509
RRP: $75.00
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An essential accessory for MTB riders

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Very happy. Great price. They fit nice and snug and having never worn padding before it took a little while to get used to them. Gives you a little more confidence. Hopefully I won’t lose too much skin again!

I forgot I was wearing them!

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Comfy pads. Wore for 2 consecutive days for 3 hours each day while shredding unfamiliar trails. Forgot I was wearing them.
I've been riding for decades and never wore pads. Never wore a helmet when I was younger either but glad I do. I'm older now and don't seem to repair as quick or well after taking bark off.

quality product for low price

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very comfortable and easy to put on and a great price

Fox Launch elbow pads

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Great product,super comfortable . I have had difficulty getting elbow pads to fit perfectly in the past but after checking the sizing chart these fit my arms like a glove.Thanks Mountain Bikes Direct for another great purchase

A lot of the reviews

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A lot of the reviews up here are from people who have not actually had a crash on these pads. Just a warning, they don't work well. I was severely scratched under where the pad was and in many other places where the lycra was covering. The one job of this pad was to prevent scratching and it did not do it. Not worth, your better off getting a tougher product to prevent broken bones rather then wasting money on this fashion accessory. A fashion accessory that broke under one crash and is now unusable due to a loss of elastic tight fit through lycra breaks. The bad design isn't covered by warranty so keep that in mind.

Elbow and knee pads

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I found Mtn Bike Direct by a suggestion from a friend. The website has an ergonomic search engine, so I found the protection gear easily with a good range of products. I purchased a medium range gear for my second stint at derby coming up in April. The first time last November i found I occasionally came unstuck on the odd challenging uphill Feature and being one of the eccentrics of this world, I use clip-in pedals. The granite in Tassie is fine grit but very abrasive. The neoprene pads should do the trick, as my fellow bikers attested!

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