7 Protection has some of the most advanced high-end mountain bike protection on the market. From lightweight soft foam to hard shell full protection products, their pads span a wide variety of off-road protection while all meeting and exceeding CE standards. With everything from joint protection, helmets, chest and back protection, to gloves, 7iDP covers it all. They are known for their innovative design, durability, quality, and comfort. Here in this review, we are taking a closer look at the 7iDP Transition Elbow Pads. The Transition elbow pads are designed around the same premise of the Transition knee pads; lightweight, comfortable, and impact hardening foam.
Internal silicone strips combined with a compression fit mean the pads form closely around the upper and forearm giving a consistent non-slip fit.
The breathable 4-way stretch mesh runs full length on the inside of the pads keeping free from moisture build up.
These pads use a minimalistic approach without sacrificing protection. The impact hardening foam saved me plenty of times from walking away with banged up and scraped elbows. The compression fit kept the Transition elbow pads locked in to place without feeling too tight. After a few minutes, I forget that I even have these pads on and now they are just part of my regular routine of equipment!
Max Morgan is 25 years old, and lives in Brevard, North Carolina. Max grew up in Atlanta, Georgia and started racing downhill at the age of 15. He has now been racing professionally for the last 7 years, competing in the U.S. Pro GRT series and UCI World Cup series. Check out Max's rider spotlight here!
Max Morgan Wearing the 7iDP Transition Elbow Pads at the Andorra World Cup
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