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The street gear junior 3-pack is a set of knee, elbow, and wrist pads and guards from protec original. The scaled-down junior street gear set delivers high-grade, durable fabrics, comfortable and protective EVA cup foam, stretch nylon straps, and full-coverage caps for complete protection without restricting movement. The form-fitting knee and elbow pads offer low-profile comfort without compromising protection, while the ergonomically designed wrist guards provide palm protection and support. Offering thorough protection on all terrains, this pad set is designed for skateboarding, biking, and a broad range of action sports. Founded in 1973, protec original continues to deliver the very best in modern protective equipment and impact technology for a variety of action sports -- skateboarding, snow sports, bicycling, water sports, and more.
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