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seeking elbow PADS In PP

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These are a sports items with pads not just elastic support for the elbows

I have checked the string of sports shops on Monivong near Charles de Gaulle Blvd

They only have support elbow bands

The ones I want are padded to protect the elbow from blows.

I need a better sports store

another option is to make them myself by buying sox, cutting them to about 8 inches then sewing in some sort of homemade pad
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Look for motorcycle gear shops. Dirt bike style body armour. I brought a pair of hockey elbow pads with me for this reason.
There is a shop on the road parralel to the twin bridges that runs toward the "gun circle".
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canucklhead wrote: Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:13 am Look for motorcycle gear shops. Dirt bike style body armour. I brought a pair of hockey elbow pads with me for this reason.
There is a shop on the road parralel to the twin bridges that runs toward the "gun circle".
Thanks a lot for this tip.
But I don't know where the twin bridges or the gun circle is.
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There’s this at Decathlon in Aeon 2 https://www.decathlon.com.kh/en/p/83583 ... black.html

Is it the wrong padding?
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Multipox wrote: Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:16 am
canucklhead wrote: Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:13 am Look for motorcycle gear shops. Dirt bike style body armour. I brought a pair of hockey elbow pads with me for this reason.
There is a shop on the road parralel to the twin bridges that runs toward the "gun circle".
Thanks a lot for this tip.
But I don't know where the twin bridges or the gun circle is.
Ok sisowat north to the japanese bridge, take a left on the road after you pass under the 2nd bridge. Dont know the street number. Check googy maps.
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canucklhead wrote: Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:25 am ....

Ok sisowat north to the japanese bridge, take a left on the road after you pass under the 2nd bridge. Dont know the street number. Check googy maps.
google maps has nothing about "gun circle"

I would take a tuk-tuk in any case
what should he be told? Motorcycle shop?
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fax wrote: Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:18 am There’s this at Decathlon in Aeon 2 https://www.decathlon.com.kh/en/p/83583 ... black.html

Is it the wrong padding?
you see the description says support not padding.
That means it's just a tight band not with foam padding.
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The shop is on the right just after you make the left turn.
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How about military tactical style pads? They sell them in Skyland on 271.
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Multipox wrote: Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:33 am
fax wrote: Tue Nov 19, 2019 8:18 am There’s this at Decathlon in Aeon 2 https://www.decathlon.com.kh/en/p/83583 ... black.html

Is it the wrong padding?
you see the description says support not padding.
That means it's just a tight band not with foam padding.
Decathlon in Aeon2 does have a lot more pads than just those - the sort of thing you'd see for kids for roller skating/blading, climbing, hockey, etc. Pretty certain adult sizes also. Those activities aren't up my street so didn't pay too much attention to detail, but this sort of stuff (knees shown, but elbow stuff there too):

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Or did you mean more kind of MMA pads? If so, I think Decathlon is still probably the best shot - most of the places you mentioned barely have boxing equipment, let alone newer stuff.
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