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    Rockgardn Landing Zone- $9 + shipping

    Blue Sky Cycling: http://www.blueskycycling.com/produc...arm-Guards.htm

    Mine just arrived today Perfect! I live so close to them, I got the pads the day after I ordered them

    I also grabbed some Hoss knicker shorts for $17. They are padded, lots of pockets. I am short, so they actually go down to right above my ankles! EXACTLY the length I wanted! Run small, however. Need to lose a few pounds before they fit comfortable. I should have listened to the reviews and ordered up on size. I followed the sizing chart, which already puts the sizing one size up for the corresponding measurements, so I thought it would work :/. BlueSkyCycling.com - Hoss Ponderosa Knicker Shorts

    They also also have some 661 arm armor on sale: http://www.blueskycycling.com/produc...bow-Guards.htm

    And I would have grabbed these knee armor if they had my size: http://www.blueskycycling.com/produc...hin-Guards.htm

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    Inquiring minds must know-- what is your first choice??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bikemaya View Post
    Blue Sky Cycling: BlueSkyCycling.com - RockGardn Landing Zone Elbow/Forearm Guards

    Mine just arrived today Perfect! I live so close to them, I got the pads the day after I ordered them

    I also grabbed some Hoss knicker shorts for $17. They are padded, lots of pockets. I am short, so they actually go down to right above my ankles! EXACTLY the length I wanted! Run small, however. Need to lose a few pounds before they fit comfortable. I should have listened to the reviews and ordered up on size. I followed the sizing chart, which already puts the sizing one size up for the corresponding measurements, so I thought it would work :/. BlueSkyCycling.com - Hoss Ponderosa Knicker Shorts

    They also also have some 661 arm armor on sale: BlueSkyCycling.com - 661 Race Forearm/Elbow Guards

    And I would have grabbed these knee armor if they had my size: BlueSkyCycling.com - 661 Pro Knee/Shin Guards
    Thanks for the tip off...I picked up a pair of the shorts and elbow guards too. Took your advice and went up one size...hope XXL isn't too big.

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    The shorts come with an adjustable belt thing, and the elastic waist has very little give. You should be able to cinch it up to get them perfect

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