POC Joint VPD System Elbow Pads

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The elbow protector features a highly efficient ventilation system and an outer fabric which is made with high tenacity polyamide yarns for low friction and high abrasion resistance. VPD is the perfect material for mountain biking as it wraps around a rider's body shape when warm which gives great freedom of movement on a bike. To protect riders during a fall the VPD technology then hardens on impact to help minimise injury.

Features:

  • Extremely flexible and light VPD elbow pad
  • EN 1621-1 certified shock absorption
  • Ventilation system constructed within each layer to optimize moisture management and comfort
  • Low friction polyamide construction high abrasion resistance

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2021
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