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Item # POC0073

Description

Takes the hit for your elbow.

‘Hit the trail’ takes on a new meaning when you take an endo on a hard-charging downhill run -- protect your elbow and arm with the POC Bone Arm Protector. Three polypropylene segments backed with a ventilated comfort lining provide hard impact protection. The elbow area is further protected by flexible Visco-Elastic Polymer Dough (VPD), which stiffens on impact to provide superior shock absorption.

Tech Specs

Material:
VPD (visco-elastic polymer dough)
Protection Area:
elbow, forearm
Closure System:
hook-and-loop
Recommended Use:
downhill, freeride mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty:
1 year

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5 5

Tough and breathable

I use these for both enduro mx and downhill MTB racing and there great

5 5

Damn Good

I got these, along with the POC Bone Knee, and I'm very happy. The best part about them is the articulated joint that allows for great freedom of movement. I'm 6'1" and 180lbs, and I went with the large size. I found once I started riding, they would slide down a bit from my initial placement, but not much, and once they settled in there was no further movement. I've found that other pads fit fine when your arm is straight, then constrict when you bend your arm. That is not the case with these, as they are made of two segments with a stitched joint.

No crashes yet, so I can't comment on the impact protection.

They are hardshell pads, so there is some warmth and weight to deal with, but they aren't bad at all.

Overall, the most comfortable pads I've worn, with the best range of motion and least slippage.