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i'm thinking about getting one of these wrist supports that fit under the glove...
ProTec IPS Underglove Wrist Guards
Triple Eight Snow Underglove Wrist Guard
what do yall think?
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Helmet ofcourse, wrist guards... I recommend these since they are the only ones I found that protect both sides and fit comfortably under your glove:
Triple Eight Snow Underglove Wrist Guard
I just posted this a couple of days ago...
I definitely recommend those wrist guards!
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Don't think about it. do it. You and i are older than these kiddies haha we're more fragile. PLUS, you take a bit more chance since you have some extra protection
Haha! You are right man!
Just got them online! $47bucks... unfortunately backcountry.com only had 'youth' size. I got them from ProTec IPS Hip Pads: padded shorts for action sports.
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Hey guys, has anyone tried or have experienced the AzzPadz (► Snowboarding: Snowboard Tailbone Protection Equipment from AZZPADZ I'm looking at tailbone protect and this seems pretty good. However, I'm hesitant because those straps you put around your thighs seem mighty uncomfortable. My other consideration is the Seirus padded shorts. Any feedback would be appreciated.
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Everyone I've heard from says they're bulky.. but they work.. Honestly.. do the Pro-tec
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not sure if it's been mentioned, but i wear freefallgear pro shorts.

Free Fall Gear: Protective wear for extreme sports
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Anyone know about these, if they are any good? Red Impact Shorts
Red Impact Shorts from Backcountryoutlet.com
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I wear wrist guards every time, and everywhere i ride. Its too easy to break a wrist, ill be getting a helmet soon, and that's about it for me. Wrist guards ftw.
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I wear a helmet every time I ride, and wear my crash shorts only when I know I'm going to be hitting the park. I thought about wrist guards, but I don't think they're needed. Just learn to fall and you'll be a-ok.
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Anyone know about these, if they are any good? Red Impact Shorts
Red Impact Shorts from Backcountryoutlet.com
I wear these does the job for me.Not bulky either.
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