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April 16, 2019
Reviewer: Summer Schmidlapp from Cincinnati, OH United States  


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Nice May 19, 2018
Reviewer: Aslyn Sanchez from San Antonio, TX United States  
These are super nice. Very comfy and totally keep me safe.

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Rocking wrist guards! May 6, 2018
Reviewer: Judith Johnson from Wolfforth, TX United States  
I’ve been using Smith Scabs for a few months and the ones that came in my starter pack were just too big for my hands as I am five feet nothing and have small wrists and hands. It looked like these were better sized. BOY what a difference! I am eventually going to get 187 knees and elbows too.

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Love these April 25, 2017
Reviewer: Lisa E. from Williamsburg, VA United States  
I love how flat these are! I had trouble with my old wrist guards with the raised center. These tend to catch my falls much better.

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Almost perfect February 24, 2016
Reviewer: XXXTina from Austin, TX  
The 187 Derby Wrist Guards allow for full hand movement without risking your safety. If you often find yourself doing push-ups, planks, or writing while  wearing your wrist-guards, I highly recommend these. The only improvement necessary to make these perfect is to make a pull tab/ring to help get them on.

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Great fit March 29, 2012
Reviewer: Grrrl Friday from Houston, TX United States  
These are the best-fitting elbow pads I've ever tried. My favorite thing about them is how the cap isn't huge - with other elbow guards sometimes when I took a block to the side, my own elbow pad cap would dig into my ribs and knock the wind out of me. That never happens with the 187 elbow pads. The only downside is that since they're a full tube instead of open on the inside and the padding is super thick, they take a while to dry out and de-funk. Still, the way they're constructed is very well done; I've NEVER had to readjust or pull them up once they're on.

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