Alpinestars Paragon Plus Elbow Protector

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• Flat inward-facing seams for improved comfort and ‘second skin’ feel and fit.

• Guards sold as pairs.

• Pre-shaped, ergonomic design for optimized performance with various riding positions.

• Strategically positioned rip-stop fabric reinforcements for abrasion resistance and added durability.

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Description

Alpinestars Paragon Plus Elbow Protector

The Alpinestars Paragon Plus Elbow Protector is a extremely lightweight CE certified knee protector to EN 1621_1 : 2012 LEVEL 1 with great time saving features.

  • CE certified knee protector to EN 1621_1 : 2012 LEVEL 1.
  • Extremely lightweight, durable and flexible guard constructed from breathable stretch mesh for comfortable, close fit.
  • Highly convenient and time-saving slip-on design with elasticated cuffs and silicone printing to prevent slippage and help keep protector securely positioned.
  • Pre-shaped, ergonomic design for optimized performance with various riding positions.
  • Strategically positioned rip-stop fabric reinforcements for abrasion resistance and added durability.
  • CE certified protector offers targeted coverage and protection against nicks and knocks.
  • Protector pads are perforated and secured in mesh pocket for excellent breathability and core cooling.
  • Protector pads are contoured to offer compressive, anatomical fit.
  • Flat inward-facing seams for improved comfort and ‘second skin’ feel and fit.
  • Guards sold as pairs.

Brand

Alpinestars

Alpinestars, since its inception in 1963, is now the world-leading manufacturer of professional racing products, motorcycling airbag protection, high-performance apparel and technical footwear. Alpinestars understands that the best design and research is achieved under extreme conditions. Our involvement in Formula 1, NASCAR, AMA and World Motocross and MotoGP has led to the creation of the most advanced technical equipment for the world racing’s top athletes. The company employs near 500 staff worldwide with headquarters in Los Angeles, California, Northern Italy, Tokyo and Southeast Asia headquarters in Bangkok, Thailand. In 2004, Alpinestars began a partnership with Honda in the Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup and in the same year a new division dedicated to the creation and development of casual sportswear was opened in Los Angeles, and distribution in lifestyle fashion channels commences around the world. In 2005, Greg Minnaar won the UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup while the intensive development of specialist MTB apparel and protection continued before Alpinestars opened distribution of the products in its cycling collection in 2010.
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