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Spark 01-15-2013 09:02 AM

Tailbone Protector
 
Anyone have any recommendations for a good tailbone protector that doesnít restrict movement while boarding?

I took a hard hit to my tailbone while toe-siding my first time out and itís taken a week just to start feeling almost normal again.

Clarion 01-15-2013 09:18 AM

http://www.xsportsprotective.com/azz...protector.html

My girlfriend got me one after I told her that I felt like I needed to go #2 really bad after an incredibly hard fall from a small jump I tried.

I bought wrist guards too after seeing someone grabbing their wrist and screaming in the park.

With all the protection I feel like I can try some things I would never think of attempting without protection.

Protection breeds bravery.

Gremlin 01-15-2013 12:20 PM

Try DemonSnow flex force 3do. I got a pair that really saved my arse a couple days ago. Landed hard on my arse on a waterpipe rail. The only thing I hurt was my ego. They do restrict movement a little since they fit like compression shorts but rarely get in the way.

KIRKRIDER 01-15-2013 12:26 PM

Crash Pads 2600 Dry-Power Padded Shorts

scottb7 01-15-2013 12:30 PM

It is pretty ugly but my first 3 years I wore this. It has hard piece for tail bone. Last year I took off the hardpieces for thighs. They just velcro on. It was pretty good.

Choose the best quality Demon Shield Padded Shorts | Hardtail

scotty100 01-15-2013 12:58 PM

I wear Red impact shorts. They are very good and not too bulky.

RED d3o Total Impact Padded Shorts for Men

skunkworks_ 01-15-2013 02:21 PM

As far as I can tell from research, the POC Hip VPD 2.0 shorts offer the best compromise between mobility and protection.

lonerider 01-15-2013 04:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Clarion (Post 584986)

I've used crashpad, skeletools, red, dainese and the best is the azzpads... maximum tailbone protection, with very little mobility restriction (didn't there are no legs sleeves to bunch up).

Spark 01-15-2013 08:59 PM

Thanks everyone for the suggestions. I'm going to try Azzpadz. I like that it uses straps, and the price is a bonus.

Quote:

Originally Posted by Clarion (Post 584986)
Protection breeds bravery.

For sure... it'll definitely help me learn more quickly.


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