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    Rating 4.44 of 5 (24 Reviews)

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    Icon Field Armor Elbow Guards
    • The Field Armor Elbow is Icon's latest foray into the protective equipment arena
    • Form-fitting construction with a chassis of impact absorbing foam and molded plastic
    • Chassis design specifically prevents it from slipping down your arms
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    • Item # 631

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    Overall Rating: 4.44 of 5

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    icon field armor elbow guard

    I purchased these icon field armor elbow guards to replace my jacket in these hot summer temperatures here in Va. They are comfortable & fit nice. The only thing is that I'm only 150lbs & I can't fasten the lower strip at the bottom, it needs to be longer. Motorcycle Superstore was great with price & delivery. I have ordered things from them before & I will continue.

    todd s. - September 09, 2011

    (prince george , VA)

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    Field Armor Elbow

    I bought these along with the Field Armor vest to use in the hot months here in the south. So far I am pleased. For all you posers out there, protective gear is not to make you look cool. Great protection that you can't put a price on. I love em.

    james - July 08, 2011

    (cleveland, TN)

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    Icon Elbow Guards

    These are one of the best, confortable, durable elbow guards I've ever used. This will definitely protect me should I fall off my bike. It's a great alternative from wearing any jackets with armor. The only reason I gave Fit a 4 is because I have large calves and it is very tight around my leg.

    Jojo - July 06, 2011

    (New York City, NY)

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    Two sizes fit all, NOT!

    Construction isn't bad costly but ok. Sizing is ridiculous. S-M too tight, L-Xl to loose. Come on guys (Icon) get your stuff together.

    Scooby Doo - June 02, 2011

    (A, GA)

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    must have

    I am 6'1 and weigh 250 with 19" arms, and these fit me, although I only strap the upper velcro strap (my forearms are too big to use the straps). If I had larger arms, they wouldn't fit, but these feel great and i've hit the ground in a washout and trust me, your elbows/forearms will often be the first to take impact. Get a pair. Wear them. Feel confident that if you do go down, you're going down with protection.

    tex - May 24, 2010

    (las vegas, NV)

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    icon field armor elbow guard

    Misleading sizing online. These pads were billed as small to large and arrived as a small-medium more appropriate for a child or small woman. I have 15 inch arms and two of three straps couldn’t go around at full stretch. Anyone with 12” arms and up should go X-L.

    reynolds - May 04, 2010

    (saskatoon, SK)

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    Takes a while to get used to...

    The fit of these things are pretty good and the construction is good too. The only complaint I have is that these things hurt my wrist area. They are flat-out uncomfortable right there. I'm getting used to it though. Can't beat the price for protection ratio. They are a little too big to wear underneath a long sleeve t-shirt but they still look good wearing them on the outside. I got all the other field armor and, while not as good as full leathers or what have you they aren't as hot either. Great alternative for someone wanting protection and sweat free rides.

    Nate - February 26, 2010

    (Islamorada, FL)

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    Icon - Field Armor Elbow Guard

    I finally got a set of elbow and forearm guards with A-1 protection which I can wear comfortably, will definitely do the job, fits under shirts, sweat shirts, jackets, etc. and although just a tad costly, I am very pleased with these elbow/fore arm guards by Icon. I am sincerely and honestly amazed at the comfort and durability all in one item. I forget I have them on much of the time. They will definitely do the job, wrap around feature is totally comfortable and they look good enough to wear on top of shirts or bare arms. Motorcycle Superstore, as always, got them to me in record time. They are very easy to do business with. All my safety equipment is Icon and I get it all from Motorcycle Superstore. They are really good people.

    William Hardesty - November 30, 2009

    (West Somerset, KY)

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    Hard Rock Protection

    Great speed in shipping. I have not worn these riding yet, but did try them on and the fit was perfect. The "Cut Straps to Fit" feature is great and it is sewn in a manner for that purpose if needed. Finish is great. Durability? Looks to me like these things will do the job with no problem. Good firm, snug fit, and hard rock protection. I really like that you put your arm through these things instead of just strapping them on, much more comfortable. They cost a few "Green Back Dollars", but I have found out you get what you pay for and these are worth the price to me. Both my arms and I have kinda become good friends, I want to keep them.

    William Hardesty - November 03, 2009

    (Somerset, KY)

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    Fits great. Looks interesting. Hopefully will never need to know how well it protects.

    I must say, it's an interesting look. I keep thinking I should be holding some kind of Sci-Fi weapon. But it fits well and for the most part feels comfortable, except that the right arm guard tends to chafe my throttle hand. It could be that I just have to figure out how to wear it properly. I live in a warm weather climate, so the guards can get hot if you're at a red light. But if you're moving there's usually enough airflow to cool you down. Durability wise, there are a few threads that are unraveling near the protective plates, similar to wear and tear on athletic shoes. And some fraying on the velcro straps. But it looks like they should last a long time.

    Fletcher Y - October 09, 2009

    (Honolulu, HI)

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    Field Armor

    Throw em under a jersey or a non-armor jacket with your field armor vest and you'll be good to go.

    Chris Carter - July 07, 2009

    (Kingston, ON)

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    really good product

    I really like the protection it gives, and also it give me a WWE wrestler look, thank you for the excellent service Motorcycle Superstore.

    Oscar - April 20, 2009

    (fayetteville, NC)

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    greattttttt

    looks good, does the job, great price :)

    Leszek b - March 30, 2009

    (bridgeview, IL)

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    elbow

    They need to make a 1 size fits all fit otherwise built very well they don’t stay in place on a smaller person such as myself.

    randy gosnell - February 26, 2009

    (mt.airy, GA)

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    For the price great protection. The fit is good, the middle strap was way go long, cut and re-sewed.

    drozelle - January 15, 2009

    (Elko, NV)
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