The 661 range of MTB body armour protection featuring the Riot Elbow guard
SixSIxOne is pushing product development to the limits to build a range that exceeds the standards within the motocross and mountain bike industries. Their designers incorporate the newest technology to provide quality products that excel in comfort and protection.
Key technologies for the 661 Riot Elbow Guard body protection:
Slim Fit Design: Slim fit design is a pad that is meant to be as small and thin as possible, allowing it to be worn under pants, jerseys, and gloves.
Materials and forms developed to withstand scuffs and scrapes with minimal wear.
Elbow Guard protection specifications:
Perforated neoprene construction with durable 1000D Kordura
Internal hard cap/EVA pad
Durable high-density printed graphic
The 661 range of body armour protection is now available from Chain Reaction Cycles, the online bicycle store for the amateur to the professional cyclists
Rated 2 out of 5 by iboey Good for beginners
Good for beginners. Fitting is abit awkward and feel like a cheap product.
18 June 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Pardo092 belle
Gomitiere funzionali aderiscono bene, sono comode e fanno il loro lavoro..
17 February 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Bernard76 Stiff and slightly cumbersome, however this will work when you take a hit
Initially was very enthusiastic about this product as this was my very first 661 product. Worn this a couple of times on my trails, a bit stiff on usage. Elbow portion is simply too stiff to bend ergonomically to my uphill twists and turns. This might be partly due to the thick foam type of padding. There are two velcros that secure the guards to your elbow, more than thrice, I have to stop and pause to either (i) adjust back the guards to right position (ii) restick back the velco which came loose from the jiggling down those downhill rocks. So far I have not fallen badly, the paddings for their thickness will surely guarantee to soften your impact if you are looking out for safety.
Spied a couple of POC brand users on my bike play areas, think they are mostly happy with their POCs...which left me I'm wondering if I did get the right product. I'm 171cm tall and quite plump. bought the XL version , size wise it fits. Just that it's really stiff.
15 February 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by ds1adrenaline Buen producto, pero solo en oferta.........
Son cómodas y parecen proteger bien pero la calidad no es adecuada al precio.......Me explico. En oferta se pueden comprar, pero a precio pleno no, pues no tienen la calidad que debería tener en una marca como 661.
14 November 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by gianluc Terrible!
Molto scarse, troppo corte, non si piegano, si indossano male, in foto non rendono la realtà non hanno la forma del gomito nè si piegano, sono come delle saponettone rigide..forse buone solo per chi fa skateboard...regalate dopo due utilizzi.
Don't buy it!
09 September 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by FZV10 Excellent gear for the harsh trail rides
Comfortable piece of equipment for harsh trails. But not for DH riding as its using a soft shell technology. And it looks good too.
08 September 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Jabeast worst piece of equipment i have ever used
i feel like a piece of cardboard, poorly designed, you have to keep your arms extended for them to fit, you can't bend your arms with these pads. overall, useless, don't buy them.
04 September 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous No good-
Uncomfortable shape does not allow you to bend or extend your elbows freely.
It doesn't offer any protection for the inner elbow bones.
However I'm lucky enough that it fits my shins so I use them as shin pad in perfect situation :)
If you find regular 661 shin pads aro too long, you can try these for your shins...
11 April 2013