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Item # SSO0137

Description

Thanks for the hook Keri!

Putting a call into your OB/GYN buddy for a kitchen-table-stitches hook-up because you put a meat va jj on your arm’s not the way you want to end a ride. Prevent unwanted hairy-hatchet wounds with the SixSixOne DJ Elbow Guard.
  • Adjustable hook-and-loop straps backed with Neoprene for a non-slip snug fit
  • Double layered, biofoam inner padding provides impact protection
  • ABS hard plastic elbow cup
  • Abrasion-resistant, durable Cordura Nylon body

Size chart

Six Six One

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3 5

Better than nothing

I got these as my first set of elbow pads because I wasn't sure what I wanted, and I figured for the price of a cheap lunch these would be a good start. They're OK but I find that to keep them from sliding down my arm I have to make them so tight that they cut circulation. I also had a fall where I was sliding down hill a bit and when a rock caught the bottom edge on my forearm they slid up exposing the rest of my forearm and not offering much protection. Ultimately they've saved me some skin so they're better than nothing, but I'm shopping for something with a better fit.

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HI, my arm's natural size of top & bottom...

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HI, my arm's natural size of top & bottom for the elbow location is 10.5inch, then which size is suitable for me? thanks!!!

4 5

Not bad

I picked these up for a trip to Deer Valley mainly because they were the cheapest elbow guard I could find and they worked just fine. They stayed in place and protected my elbow well when I slid off a man-made feature and wiped out.