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VPD Air Elbow Fabio Ed.

color Uranium Black/Gold

VPD Air Elbow Fabio Ed.

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$70.00

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Fabio editions

Approaching every obstacle with creativity and the inspiration to do things differently has always been the ethos we have shared with Fabio Wibmer. Now, as he leads and reimagines what is possible on a bike, and as we continue to lead and innovate in the development of award-winning protection, we’ve come together to develop the exclusive Fabio signature series. Everything in the series features details designed by Fabio himself.

Developed for cyclists who want enhanced flexibility, ventilation and freedom of movement, Joint VPD Air Elbow is a light-duty elbow pad. Featuring a Crash Retention Strap (CRS) and neoprene anti-slip to ensure a comfortable fit, even in rough riding conditions.

To introduce his new POC collection, Fabio Wibmer planned something big.

Gathering a crew of cameramen, a photographer, his trusted stunt double and a renowned director they head to Saalbach to present the new “Wibmer style” POC helmets, kneepads, elbow pads, sunglasses and goggle.

But some plans just aren’t meant to work especially when, at first, Fabio’s stunt double is injured – forcing the Austrian to do all the riding himself – and secondly, the director has very specific ideas about what a “good” production should be.

Luckily, in the end everything lives up to the Fabio Wibmer standard.

Item No. 20432

  • Lightweight and impact absorbing VPD compound
  • Reinforced stretch fabric
  • Crash retention strap (CRS) for a comfortable fit
  • Neoprene anti-slip on the inside
  • Designed with a low profile

Size Guide

CM
IN
Size
Bicep
Forearm
XS
22
20
S
27
25
M
32
30
L
37
35
XL
42
40

Size Guide

CM
IN
Size
Bicep
Forearm
XS
8.7
7.9
S
10.6
9.8
M
12.6
11.8
L
14.6
13.8
XL (cm)
16.5
15.7

Measurement Guide

Measure the widest point of your bicep and the widest point of your forearm.