Smith Scabs Elite Elbow Pads
Smith Scabs Elite Elbow Pads

Smith Scabs Elite Elbow Pads

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Part Number:scabs-elbow

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The Scabs pad is the top of the line! Built for extreme street/ramp riding & derby. The articulated design forms to the elbow making it a flexible and contoured non sliding fit. The special foam system provides ultimate protection on impact areas and longevity of the pads. The wide, adjustable fitting elastic strap and two adjustable neoprene/velcro closures ensure great fit and comfort. Designed to fit and stay put.

Sizing Guide: (Measure 2 inches above elbow)
XS: Under 11 inches
S/M: 11-13.5 inches
L/XL: 13.5-16 inches
4 Stars
Overall, a nice elbow pad. A little large and bulky for my tastes, but they are well constructed and I expect them to last through some heavy usage. The materials used are good quality. Plus, how cute is the leopard print?!
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Reviewed by:  from . on 10/3/2011
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4 Stars
My daughter recently purchased these pads to replace some flimsy elbow pads that she had been using. They are effective without being too bulky and increased her confidence by knowing that her elbows are safe if she falls on them.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 10/4/2011
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5 Stars
I really like these elbow pads. When I was wearing 187s, I was wearing a lg/xl. I am wearing a small in these. I find them to be less bulky than the 187s. As a ref, I also love the pattern.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 8/24/2012
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4 Stars
I am very happy with Smith Scabs in general. The shape of the caps was very different from the 187s I started with, so that required a little bit of adaptation of my falling technique. But once I figured it out, it's been great. One nitpicky thing I'd like to see changed in the future is that the straps do this inconvenient thing where they pull the plastic (Rings? Hinges? I'm not sure exactly what to call them. The things the straps double back through) toward one side, causing them to bunch up and turn perpendicular to the way they're supposed to be. It doesn't affect the integrity of the straps, and it won't keep me from buying Scabs in the future, but it does give an extra inch that I have to tighten down.
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Reviewed by:  from . on 10/9/2014
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