ExoSkin Elbow Pads for Onewheel™ by Triple 8
It is extremely important that every rider wears safety gear when riding Onewheel. Craft&Ride has become an official dealer of Triple 8 products in order to ensure our customers are safe and have a variety of options to choose from when looking for the perfect safety gear.
Comfort and protection:
Elbow protection, evolved.
The lightweight, contoured, abrasion-resistant ExoSkin Elbow Pads are designed to flex and protect the Onewheel rider. They’re also great as a low profile pad.
- High density 8-link™ foam padding for elbow caps
- Exterior Kevlar® cover for maximum abrasion & tear resistance
- Six padded pockets for key impact areas to the sides of the elbow
- Perforated Neoprene body for breathability
- Interior terry cloth lining for comfort & sweat absorption
- Velcro® straps make for a custom fit
- Contoured body for maximum comfort
To ensure a perfect elbow pad fit, measure circumference of extended elbow and match to the sizes listed below:
S: 6 – 8 in (15.2 – 20.3 cm)
M: 8 – 10 in (20.3 – 25.4 cm)
L: 10 – 12 in (25.4 – 30.5 cm)
This product comes with:
- One pair of ExoSkin Elbow Pads in Black
- Craft&Ride Stickers
Great fit. Low profile and very comfortable. Most of all, they are fantastic elbow protectors. You can't go wrong with Triple 8 safety gear.
Bought the Exoskin elbow pads and they are great. Fortunately have not tested them in a crash yet but they look good and are comfortable on all but the longest rides. Highly recommended. And as always dealing with Craft and Ride was a pleasure!
Comfortable, Very Light feels safe and protected.
Just got these fine Exoskin Elbow Pads for my daughter. She took a little spill on the Onewheel jumped up with a smile and said "They work great" nuff said except Craft & Ride is AWESOME !
Super comfortable, great for hot days!.
Fits well under my hoodie on colder nights! Usual AMAZING SERVICES from Craft&Ride
Sizes run a bit small in my experience. If you measure and are close to the next size I’d advise sizing up. Comfortable and I generally forget I have them on once I’m riding which is how all good safety gear should be.