G-Form Pro-X Elbow Pads
One of the reasons that riders skip elbow pads, is the fact that they find them bulky and restrictive. The Pro-X elbow guards are extremely light and offer an unlimited range of motion. With these pads, there's no reason not to wear them.
At first glance, these pads may look like they don't offer much protection, however their success lies in the material they use. Pro-X pads use a rate dependent material that remains soft and flexible when stable but hardens when you impact an object. This provides great protection in one of the lightest packages available on the market. If you ride trail, these are an outstanding choice.
- Moisture-wicking, UPF 50 materials.
- Two-panel construction conforms to the rider.
- breathable back panel.
- Machine washable.
Sizing Chart - See the last picture for a full sizing chart
Ratings & Reviews
New age armour - good value!
Love these! Feels like you're not wearing anything on your elbows because they're so comfy. Don't know about you but the most important thing for me with pads are that they're comfortable and protective. So the G-forms are definitely good value. They fit underneath tops pretty well which is a plus. I have the matching knee/shin pads too.
Hi, I bought these elbow
by AL -
Hi, I bought these elbow pads primarily for long boarding and have been using them for approximately over a month. I have mainly done low speed freeriding and don't do any downhill. The pros of these pads are they are light weight and have a low profile so can be easily worn under clothes with out feeling too bulky. I haven't had a big impact stack directly on to them yet so I cant say how much protection they offer. So far I have found the cons to be they are a little long and skating on a hot day can be a massive sweat fest. On a few occasions I have slid out a couple of times and scuffed my elbows. Despite the grippy material inside the top of the pad (designed to keep them in place) the pads didn't stay in place and I got a few grazes right on the point of my elbows where the meat of the pad should be. I am keen to persist with these pads in the meantime, it's nice having such a light weight pad and having the security of having elbow protection
I practise Aikido which involves
by Aiki Junkie -
I practise Aikido which involves a lot of kneeling. I decided to try these as they are light weight and have a some compression. Turns out that these have been ideal. The high tech padding material has been just right, together with the compression. The bonus has been that the compression material allows sweat to evaporate, so that my knees have remained relatively dry ! I have tried many knee pads before - but this one allows better movement and comfort. For my knees (have had ACL and meniscus surgery), these have been ideal.
I have been using theses
by Big Al -
I have been using theses for a few weeks now and am finding them comfortable & lightweight. They give me a sense of confidence in technical rocky sections. I don't find them as hot as expected in the Qld. humidity. I would recommend them for anyone with dodgy knee joints like me. I only wear them with Mtb shorts. Very uncool looking with lycra.
Easy and comfortable to wear,
by TwoShoes -
Easy and comfortable to wear, although it's tight around the calf (despite being in the lower limit of M sizing). The small was more streamlined, but way too tight around both the calf and thigh (was on the outer limit of small sizing). Haven't fallen yet, so don't know how good they are at protecting.
G Form is great, easy
by Tania H -
G Form is great, easy to put on & comfortable to wear. They have protected me several times. Love them. Worth it & helps me to feel confident when riding the tracks. I wear Elbows, knees & the pants.