Fox Titan Race Elbow Guard

Priced: $17.97 - $29.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Fox Titan Race Elbow Guard
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Fox Titan Race Elbow Guard.
If you find yourself on the more extreme side of the mountain bike spectrum, protecting your joints and limbs is essential. Big shot riding calls for some heavy duty protection. The mid-line Fox Titan Race Elbow guard features substantial coverage. Full elbow and forearm coverage placed on the same chassis as the Titan Pro series ensures your outer-most points are wrapped and ready.
Features:

Comfort:

  • Soft bio-foam chassis for comfort

Straps:

  • Elastic strap system with velcro adjustment

Features:

  • Plastic elbow, forearm & tricep coverage
  • Silicone print on bio-foam keeps guards in place
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The Fox Titan Race Elbow Guard provides hard-shell protection for your elbow and forearm with added upper arm protection for a no-slip fit. Fox even added silicone print to the liner for an even more secure fit, so you can forget about constantly adjusting your annoying elbow guards while you ride.

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Fox Titan Race Elbow Guard Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

These are pretty basic but do the job. I found the small/medium option pretty tight. I'm about 5'9" 180 LBS. and I had to swap out for the L/XL. The top of my forearm near my elbow is about 14 inches in circumference. They aren't super low profile but as long as you aren't trying to fit them under anything they're great. I've taken a few spills on them and they sure made a difference.

Kyle Wall at Backcountry.com on 03/05/2013

Negative Reviews:

The small/medium was way to tight and ultra restrictive. The large was too loose. Didn't fit very well and it wants to cover more of my forearm and not my elbow. I just use the veggie pads from six six one.

Matt Stark at Backcountry.com on 04/06/2013