BMX Elbow pads
Triple Eight Street Elbow pad£21.95 £20.95
Triple Eight Covert Elbow pads£19.95
Ennui Shock Sleeve Pro Elbow Gasket£56.95
REKD Ramp Elbow pads£16.95 £13.95
G-Form Pro X3 Elbow Guard£46.95
Triple Eight Elbowsaver Elbow Pads£20.95
Fuse Alpha Elbow pads£34.95
Fuse Neos Elbow Pads£40.95 £38.95
Shadow Super Slim V2 Elbow Pads£57.95
CORE Pro Elbow Pads£25.95
Ennui Shock Sleeve Elbow gasket£47.95
Triple Eight Street Skate Pads 2-pack£39.95
REKD Ramp Skate Pads 2-pack£38.95 £32.95
Tempish Bing Knee And Elbow Sleeves Skate Pads£42.95
187 Killer Pads Knee And Elbow Combo Pack£64.95 £52.95
Triple Eight Park Skate Pads 2-pack£59.95
Fuse Alpha Elbow sleeve Pads£29.95
Powerslide Race Pro Elbow Pads£43.95
Triple Eight Stealth Hardcap Elbow protection£51.95
Triple Eight EP 55 Elbow pads£34.95 £31.95
Triple Eight Exoskin Elbow pads£54.95
187 x Independent Knee And Elbow Skate Pads£71.95
187 Killer Pads Elbow pads£38.95 £34.95
Reversal Skate Pads 2-pack£29.95
Do BMX Riders Wear Elbow pads?
BMX elbow pads are worn by riders of all levels and styles. They are particularly popular for people who ride in dirt tracks, skate parks and vert, but many regular flatland riders choose to wear them for added protection and confidence. Elbows are bony joints, filled with many nerves, so proper padding covering them can save you from both minor and major injuries.
All the elbow pads you find in the category are designed to be impact-resistant and give you the best freedom of movement. The materials used in BMX elbow guards have moisture-wicking properties, allowing your skin to breathe. This makes it possible to wear them all day.
Choose Between Two Kinds of BMX Elbow protection
BMX elbow pads with the classic hard cap shell offer the highest level of protection. Soft padding is used against the skin, while the hard cap sits on the outside. BMX Pads without a hard cap are known as elbow gaskets. This soft shell padding is not as protective but much more lightweight and can be worn under your BMX Clothing. They also offer more comfort and freedom of movement. The two equivalent forms can also be found in BMX Knee pads.
As well as protecting the elbows and knees, the lower legs are another area that is vulnerable to injury while riding BMX. Check out the protection for BMX Shin and Ankle Guards.