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Destroyer Modz Forearms Pair
Destroyer Modz Forearms Pair


 
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Designed by Destroyer Modz, these "Kool Beans" forearm protectors are a smaller, lighter option for those that feel other styles are too heavy and/or bulky.

Sold in pairs. Only available in black.
Features
  • Strong Plastic
  • Velcro Ties

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4 of 5 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 8 Write a review »

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4 of 5 Good, but often slightly too big to wear on bare a November 21, 2019
Reviewer: Aaron Washick from Jackson, WI United States  
They provide decent protection with next to no loss in mobility. Only problem is they might be too big to fit snugly. In that case just wear them on top of a jacket or hoodie.

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4 of 5 June 5, 2019
Reviewer: Zachary Frost from Mohrsville, PA United States  


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5 of 5 Great forearm protection May 21, 2019
Reviewer: Kyle Burton from Camp Hill, PA United States  
They're great for under-jacket protection

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4 of 5 Destroyer Modz Forearms Pair May 7, 2019
Reviewer: Oswald Von Wolkenstein from 15century Tyrol  
Solid protection, light, augment gauntlets nicely.

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2 of 5 OK, with some modification. September 6, 2018
Reviewer: Jon from NC, USA  
These are one-sized, with an adolescent child in mind?  My forearms are a shade below 12 inches in diameter at the largest, and about 8 inches in diameter, 3 inches below my wrist.  These would not fit my arms, at all. The moment my forearm flexed or I rotated my wrist they rode up 2 inches and sat on my arm.   I ended up putting them in a bench vice to open them to a width that would fit, and then heated them using a heatgun, and left them to cool in the vice. They did open up, but they still tend to not stay in place, and for me tend to ride up closer to the wrist, opening a large gap between the forearm guard and the elbow cup. On the upside, they are super light, and do not impede movement like other forearm guards.  I'm going to continue to look at modifying them to fit better.

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