G-Form Protective Gear

Cycle News Staff | January 6, 2021

G-Form makes protective sports gear for a wide variety of sports using SmartFlex padding, which is soft and flexible for comfort, but hardens on impact for protection.

G-Form Protective Gear

G-Form E-Line Guards

G-Form E-Line knee guards

G-Form says that its E-line is designed for the aggressive MTB rider tackling technical terrain and who wants to conquer long days on the bike, whether its putting down laps on the track, exploring in the woods exploring or on a long enduro ride.

G-Form E-Line knee and elbow guards

The E-Line gear meets CE 1621-1 safety standards and includes knee ($109.99) and elbow ($99.99) guards that are made with flatlock stitching to reduce irritation. The vented guards have hard shells on the impact zones that allow them to slide on hard surfaces.

G-Form Pro Rugged Guards

The Rugged line includes flexibile knee ($TBA), shin ($TBA) and elbow guards ($69.99). The Pro Rugged knee guards and shin guards (coming soon in 2021) meet CE 1621-1 safety standard and are more comfortable and flexibile than a knee brace. All the gear uses SmartFlex technology that conforms to the body and they include a top layer of ArmorTex fabric for additional protection.

G-Form Pro Rugged knee and shin guards

G-Form Sorata Gloves

G-Form Sorata Gloves

The Sorata gloves ($29.99) are designed for the rider who wants maximum comfort, while also wanting to protect their knuckles and fingers against unwanted impacts with trees, rocks or anything else that may come across the trail. Sorata gloves are a lightweight glove that provide a second-skin fit on the throttle.

G-Form Sorata Gloves

G-Form Sliding Shorts

G-Form Sliding Shorts

The Sliding shorts ($38.99) originated in G-Form’s baseball protective gear, but are an option for MTB, e-bike or motorcycle trail riders who want the ultimate freedom of movement. The shorts are made from moisture-wicking compression fabric and have body-mapped impact-absorbing SmartFlex pads at the hips and the sides of thighs.

For more information, visit g-form.com

 

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