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Ballard’s Elbow Forearm Guards

7 months ago | Words: MXstore

Often when you hit the deck it’s usually your forearms that cop it the worst.  To help prevent elbow and forearm injuries check out the Ballards Elbow Forearm guards. Their unique design will protect the bottom part of your forearm – that usually makes contact with the ground – while keeping the top part of your forearm free and unrestricted. These are a great, inexpensive option for those wanting a bit of extra arm protection, without the added bulkiness of a full body armor suit.

Price

Ballard’s Elbow Forearm Guards are available to from MXstore for $29.95 AUD. MXstore offers free shipping on all orders over $20, and if you get your order in before 2pm on a weekday, it will be dispatched that day, meaning you’ll receive it as quickly as possible.


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