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  1. POC VPD System Lite Elbow Pads
    POC VPD System Lite Elbow Pads
    £110.00
  2. POC VPD System Lite Knee Pads
    POC VPD System Lite Knee Pads
    £120.00
  3. Harsh Kids Knee & Elbow Pad Set
    Harsh Kids Knee & Elbow Pad Set
    £10.00
  4. Dainese Trail Skins Knee Guard
    Dainese Trail Skins Knee Guard
    £59.95
  5. Dainese Trail Skins 2 Elbow Guards
    Dainese Trail Skins 2 Elbow Guards
    £64.95
  6. POC VPD Air Leg
    POC VPD Air Leg
    £70.00
  7. POC VPD Air Sleeve
    POC VPD Air Sleeve
    £60.00
  8. POC Joint VPD System Elbow Pad
    POC Joint VPD System Elbow Pad
    £120.00
  9. POC Joint VPD System Knee Pad
    POC Joint VPD System Knee Pad
    £140.00
  10. Fox Enduro Pro Knee Guards
    Fox Enduro Pro Knee Guards
    £65.00
  11. Harsh Little ShRedder 3 Pack Protection
    Harsh Little ShRedder 3 Pack Protection
    £15.00
  12. Dainese Trailknit Pro Armor Shorts, Black
    Dainese Trailknit Pro Armor Shorts, Black
    £89.95
  13. Dainese Armoform Knee Guard Lite Ext
    Dainese Armoform Knee Guard Lite Ext
    £59.95
  14. Dainese Armoform Manis Safety Jacket
    Dainese Armoform Manis Safety Jacket
    £239.95
  15. Dainese Rhyolite 2 Safety Jacket, Black
    Dainese Rhyolite 2 Safety Jacket, Black
    £249.95
  16. Dainese Armoform Elbow Guard Lite
    Dainese Armoform Elbow Guard Lite
    £64.95
  17. Dainese Armoform Elbow Guard
    Dainese Armoform Elbow Guard
    £81.95
  18. Dainese Trail Skins 2 Knee Guard
    Dainese Trail Skins 2 Knee Guard
    £72.95
  19. Dainese Armoform Knee Guard
    Dainese Armoform Knee Guard
    £89.95
  20. O'Neal Sinner Knee Guard
    O'Neal Sinner Knee Guard
    £74.99
  21. O'Neal Amx Zipper Knee Guard
    O'Neal Amx Zipper Knee Guard
    £84.99
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Body Armour Pads

Falling off your bike shouldn’t be a common occurrence, but if the worse does happen, body armour is there to protect you. Mostly seen on the bodies of mountain bikers, the most common area to protect is the elbows and knees.

Some protection doubles up as a garment of clothing, whether that be something that goes under a jersey or a pair of shorts with padding located on the side panels.