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Defender Elbow Pads (1 Pair)

Delivering impact absorption and protection athletes need from bruises, burns or other common impact injuries.

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Our DonJoy Performance Defender Elbow Pads are protective elbow pads engineered to absorb shock and protect athletes from bruises, abrasions, burns or other common impact injuries. Lightweight, the hex-contouring pad design provides comfort, breathability and compression that athletes need during contact or non-contact sports. Ideal for basketball, volleyball, football, lacrosse and more. Sold in pairs.

Features & Benefits

  • XRD Extreme Impact Protection padding for maximum impact absorption
  • Neoprene material for ultimate comfort and breathability
  • Anatomical and lightweight design doesn't limit range of motion
  • • Anti-migration technology helps eliminate slip
  • • Easy on/off application
  • Product Line: Defender

Size Chart & Fit Guide

Measurement taken at mid-bicep

Measurement Youth Small Medium Large X-Large
Inches 8.5-10 10 - 11.5 11.5 - 13 13 - 14.5 14.5 - 16
Centimeters 21-25 25 - 29 29 - 33 33 - 37 37 - 41

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    Obstacle Course Race Approved!

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    I recently wore the Defender Elbow Pads while participating in the Spartan Sprint. The sleeve fit comfortably snug and I was impressed that they held in place for the entire duration of the race without having to adjust them, even after getting wet. The padding noticeably effective when I made any contact with any obstacles and it was a ideal for when I was crawling on my knees and elbows under barbed wire up a rocky hill. After running that race I think the Defender Knees would have come in handy too. Thanks for getting me to the finish line!
    Posted on September 20, 2016