McDavid 6515 Pair of Hex Knee and Elbow Pads
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- 80% nylon/20% spandex (elastane); polyethylene foam
- MCDAVID 6515 PAIR of Knee and Elbow Hex Pads offers protection right where you need it.
- 9MM HEX TECHNOLOGY in a low profile, minimized design protects the knee or the elbow.
- HDC MOISTURE MANAGEMENT technology is all about cool and dry with a comfortable, flexible contoured seam.
- MACHINE WASHABLE AND DRYABLE Knee and Elbow Hex Pads includes one pair.
- AVAILABLE IN THE COLOR black and in sizes extra small through double extra large.
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Composed of 80 percent nylon and 20 percent spandex (elastane) with polyethylene foam. Refer to sizing chart to find your correct size for your elbow, knee or shin and calf.
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I’ve used the following list of products (kit) for Spartan Sprint, Super and Beast races.
• Ironclad BGW-03-M Gripworx Series – no issues, these worked great on the rope climb and atlas ball obstacles.
• Injinji Men's Run Original Weight No Show Toesocks – no issues, but be sure to cut your toenails before run in these socks or you'll ware a hole in the socks just after on race
• Men's MT101 Trail Shoe – no issues, these shoes stayed on my feet even in the deepest of Georgia clay and mud
• Under Armour Men's Sonic Compression Long Sleeve HeatGear – non issues, great wicking and kept me cool
• McDavid Hexpad Impact Knee/Elbow Pad – no issues, pulled these pads up to my knees when I needed them pulled them back down to my shins when I didn’t need knee protection. work with no problems and kept in place on my shins/calves
• Calf Compression Sleeve BeVisible – no issues
• Epic MMA Gear Blank WOD Shorts – no issues
• TETON Sports Trailrunner 2.0 Hydration Backpack w/ Bladder – worked well (fit & storage) but I had to remove the tub cover in order to get a good flow of water
I use them for a variety of activities since I have nerve damage from a combat injury that is aggravated in my elbows. I wear them on long drives to give some extra relief on the console/door of my vehicle. The true test of their comfort was earlier this month when I drove approx. 15 hours straight. At the end of the drive, I was reluctant to take the elbow pads off. Can you say that about any other knee or elbow pads you've ever had before? I'm buying a second pair to make sure I have some in both cars.
I am hoping they will provide just enough protection from burns/scrapes/scratches to elbow that inevitably occur when you take a spill on a wooden rink floor (ouch)