Roland Sands CE Armor - Elbow
Seems good to me
I have all three of these pads in my Roland Sands Vandal jacket(back, shoulders, and elbows). They are easy to install and fit nicely in the pockets. These elbow pads are the only ones that don't fit perfectly on me. They twist a little in the pocket and are a little low on my arms extending down to my forearm a little. I think it's more of an issue of the jacket being made for longer arms than mine. I will say due to the generous size of these elbow pads they still fully cover my elbows. Also after I put the jacket on and adjust the elbow pads they don't want to twist any further. I have not tested these pads in the sense of falling off my bike (knock on wood), but they do provide me with some peace of mind and seem like they would provide some protection.
December 15, 2014
much better than hard plastic armor
good deal for soft armor made by ForceField! Fits well in all my jackets. More comfortable than hard plastic. Don't even notice it while riding.
December 5, 2014
For me these protection are very tight. I chose the jacket to be a little closer to the body and because of this the protection bothers me.
November 15, 2014
Not much to review here! Good high quality pad!
There is not much much to say about this product, It fit. It has great protective qualities, though i think it shouldh ave COME with the Jacket.
July 28, 2014
I got this elbow protection when I bought my back and shoulder protectors for my Maven leather jacket. Although they call them elbow protectors, they're actually exactly the same as the shoulder protectors. They're super light and flexible, however, I found that they didn't seem to fit that well in the elbow pockets of my jacket and so seemed to slide around too much, so I ended up removing them.
March 28, 2014
It fits as it should in my RSD Ronin. Can't speak to durability. Some chatter in reviews that the D3o would fit and would be better overall, but I can't say.
January 31, 2014
Very light and pliable, comfortable to wear and less restrictive than hard armor.
December 30, 2013
A bit bulky in my RS Ronin Jacket
Since the Roland Sands Ronin jacket is cut a bit slimmer, the addition of the Roland Sands CE Elbow Armor makes it a tight fit around the elbow, arm joint area. It's a snug feel with arms relaxed, but uncomfortably tight when my arms are bent to reach the bars of my triumph Street Triple. I'm a slim build, so I can only imagine how it might be impossible for someone with larger biceps to use this armor with their Ronin jacket.
November 26, 2013