G-Form Elbow Armor and Pads

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MSRP : $49.99

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Product Description

G-Form Elbow Pads, utilizing RPT – Reactive Protection Technology, a composite blend of PORON XRD material and proprietary G-Form materials and technology, offer consistent, repeated impact absorption for dependable performance throughout the life of the product. They are the first flexible, molded, exoskeleton rate-dependent impact pad worn on the outside of the sleeve. The ridges and hinges of the pad are specifically designed to flex with the elbow and arm to ensure complete protection. The G-Form pad will protect you from repeated impacts – unlike a bicycle helmet, it does not need to be replaced after impact, and does not lose any of it’s protective qualities after repeated use. The unique way the pad is shaped and molded, plus it’s attachment to the compression fabric, keeps the pad close to the surface of the body, and this enhances the protection, especially compared to hard shell pads that can move out of place.

G-Form Knee, Elbow and Shin Pad Pro Review

The G-Form exoskeleton armor comes in three different versions currently, the Knee Pad, the Shin Pad and the Elbow Pad, with each retailing for $49.95. The slip-on armor utilizes an elastic fabric tube, made from a nylon and spandex blend, in which the molded RPT padding is flat stitched onto the material. The design mimics a set of arm or knee warmers, and the fabric fits snugly to assist in keeping things in place, and also provides compressive qualities. Continue reading →

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by David

Date Reviewed: November 2, 2014

Strengths:    Comfortable
Good protection
Excellent value

Weaknesses:    None yet

Bottom Line:   
I bought these as an “ounce of prevention” and resigned myself to wearing them always. After only a few weeks I have had a change to need there protection. During a cross country ride on a simple problem I have negotiated multiple times I made a mistake and over the bars I went. I hit hand, elbow, hip and knee. A week later my hip has a nice deep bruise but my elbow and knee (also with G-Force pads) are fine. The pads are comfortable enough to always wear and the prevention they provide is well worth it.

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Lost Elbow Pads UCSC / Hwy 9

Long shot here… I think I left a pair of elbow pads on Hwy 9, on a stump just across from the bottom of Sweetness. If anyone possibly picked them up, I'd be incredibly grateful to get them back. Thanks.Read More »

super light, breathable elbow pads?

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Looking for recommendations on knee/elbow pads.

My only experience with biking in armor is the rental stuff I got at Highland. It didn't fit well and smelled like...well...you know. I primarilly ride XC but am starting to push myself to the point that the crashes (though seldom) are starting to hurt. I am also going to Moab for a 3 day riding ... Read More »

Elbow Tendonitis -- HELP

I have been dealing with elbow tendonitis off and on for about 18 months. I've had 2 steroid injections and occupational/physical therapy. I've done ice, a brace, ibuprofen, and trying to avoid aggravating it. it's like it just WON't get well. So i'm staying off my bike for now (I'm a newbie and ... Read More »

Lost at Somo on 8-19: 661 elbow pad

last night. black, elbow-to-wrist. Somewhere between 46th St lot -> Javalina -> National to above the Waterfall. Please pm if you found it, or chollaball at cox dot net thank you.Read More »

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