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Sprained my wrist AGAIN.!!! Need wrist guards

Has anyone used wrist guards? I want to find some that would fit comfortably in my gloves. I also heard Drop made some with wrist guards built in. It seems like I sprain a wrist 3-5 times a year.
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i picked up a pair of dakine when i hurt mine one day at the mountain.... they are slim an fit under my gloves... 20 bucks is well worth saving my wrists... but you can prob find em cheeper
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Nice! I'm picking some up now.
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I definitely recommend these!
They are the only wrist guards that have protection for your lower wrist and upper wrist.
They also fit comfortably under any glove!
Check them out they are a great price too!! Triple Eight Snow Underglove Wrist Guard
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I definitely recommend these!
They are the only wrist guards that have protection for your lower wrist and upper wrist.
They also fit comfortably under any glove!
Check them out they are a great price too!! Triple Eight Snow Underglove Wrist Guard
Actually, they're not the only one, I've seen a few others at the stores and they look almost identical to that.

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I just saw these at a local shop, Winter Gloves Snowboard and Ski Gloves - Level Gloves. They are a little on the pricey side, $85 or so, but they are extremely comfortable and you can hardly even feel the wrist guards in there. I've also just used regular Dakine ones and they work pretty well.
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i got some pro tek underglove guards from dicks. i already have a bad wrist from a motorcycle accident, and after spraining my only good one a couple times i havent gone without them since.
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Actually, they're not the only one, I've seen a few others at the stores and they look almost identical to that.
Thanks for pointing that out man... I live in Miami so the only Peter Glenn in the area only has lower wrist protection guards.
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I use the Level Fly Gloves with the Biomex wrist guards, saved me twice already from hospital, very comfortable, and they the liners with the wrist guard come out so you can dry them separately. Got them from a local sporting goods store for $10, yes, $10, they were marked at 50% off but they rang up at $9.97..probably should've bought a lottery ticket that day!
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I just saw these at a local shop, Winter Gloves Snowboard and Ski Gloves - Level Gloves. They are a little on the pricey side, $85 or so, but they are extremely comfortable and you can hardly even feel the wrist guards in there. I've also just used regular Dakine ones and they work pretty well.
Wow these look like nice gloves...I just picked up the Dakin wrist guards but I think I might invest in these for next season.
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