G-Form elbow pads Home › Forum › Bike Forum › G-Form elbow pads Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) G-Form elbow pads RickosMember Any views on these? Can you wear them year round or are they a bit too warm for summer use? Any sliding in an off? I’ve got £46 of vouchers to spend at CRC and these seem to fit the bill. Posted 4 years ago jamiepMember If it helps, I’ve the knee pads. I like them – comfy, minimal bunching. They certainly won’t be too warm as they are on a thickish Lycra sleeve Posted 4 years ago mrphilMember I wear them all year round, air goes through them ok in Summer. Just beware they sometimes ride up and can be useless if caught at the wrong angle Posted 4 years ago stewartcSubscriber I wear them all year round without any problems and I live in the far east where summer temperatures do get a tad high. Ensure you try some on first, as above, you need to ensure the correct fit to ensure no movement when riding. Posted 4 years ago jam boSubscriber i’ve just ordered some race face charges for kayaking to protect a dodgy elbow. Should turn up later today so I’ll let you know what they are like. Posted 4 years ago fr0sty125Member I like mine. They dont move much, are comfortable and I don’t notice that I’m wearing them most of the time. Posted 4 years ago jam boSubscriber raceface charges have turned up. light, minimal. will work for what I need which is to protect against knocking my elbow on rocks whilst kayaking but I wouldn’t bother with them for riding in. might stop a graze or two but arent going to provide any serious protection from a mtb style crash. Posted 4 years ago RickosMember Cheers jam bo. My main reason for these is to stop those big grazes I always seem to end up with, so might check the RaceFace jobbers. I can’t really think of anything else to spend £46 on from CRC! Posted 4 years ago jam boSubscriber stop falling off then. n00b. Posted 4 years ago Viewing 9 posts - 1 through 9 (of 9 total) The topic ‘G-Form elbow pads’ is closed to new replies.