Best Skateboard Cool Helmets And Pads Reviews
You are reading this issue (it's most like a sports issue) because you are looking for the best Skateboard helmets, well more exactly you are looking for that rare mix of the best helmet for skateboarding but also one where you are not spending a whole lot of money in it.
First of all congratulations for your great decision of purchasing one, even if is a cheap one, because most skaters don't even consider they should wear a protective helmet at all, but you must guard your head in all moments (that’s the mission of the skull you know), so don’t let a hit into the curb cause unnecessary damages, OK? And as you may know Head protection is compulsory in most indoor skate places, so if you are skating high don’t forget your brain, literally.
Be smart and protect your head all the time. Now, if you want more coolness then opt for a skateboard helmet and pads set, don’t left your knees and elbows behind. Even you can use a wrist pad. So let’s list some cool skateboard helmets (and some are cheap) to make your decision easier after you read this skateboard helmet reviews.
If your father is the adventurous type, a high-quality skateboarding could be the perfect and unique gift for next father's Day instead of the same BBQ gift basket they always get on that day.
The first one it’s the well-known Pro-Tec Helmet, used for several PRO skater in the world. You won’t regret if you choose their classic version in white or black color. Also if you want extra protection and have the money, then go for Pro-Tec Ace helmets, they give you more comfortable, are far more durable after eventual crashes, so this Ace it’s a great choice and also they come with stickers to match.
Another good choice is the Technical Safety Gear helmets family, also well-know in the industry and skateboarding. They offer a huge variety of colors and styles to choose. So you won’t go wrong if you select to wear a TSG Evolution helmet, they also sell some lightweight helmets too.
It's very important to teach kids from early age to always use toddler helmets when they are learning skateboarding or riding a balance bike or a pedal bike.
Because it is not easy to convince amateurs of skateboarding about the importance of wearing helmet at all times, a tip that can work for adults is that they should wear helmets for their protection, and for children The helmet could be decorated to personalize it.
There are also helmets for girls and little boys..
If you want to go for a more aggressive style, then you can go for some models of the Triple 8 Brainsaver skateboard helmet with removable ear flaps. Also they come with antibacterial, highly absorbent foam. I list also the Triple 8 Saver Series Wristsavers/Kneesavers/Elbowsavers, with Polycarbonate full coverage caps to provide superior protection without restricting movement.
Another good brand with cool skateboard helmets is Viking. They come as One Size Fits All, which as you can imagine it’s designed to fit most people, but they also offer the unique Youth size. It’s one of the cheapest skateboard helmets in this list, so if you want an affordable option this could be it. I list others brands in the issue like the punisher, The Razor v17 Youth which is good multi-sport helmet, and the full and love helmet, the airwalk and others.
Now, if you are a melon head and need a XXL skateboard helmets because among the ones you check out, XL are not big enough for your big skull, then this article could give you some suggestions for having the right helmet for your skull size.
As for helmets ... which is the best option to buy? Here are some tips...
The first thing, although it seems elementary, the helmet should fit comfortably and snugly, in a level position and not rock from side to side; as well should have a chin strap and buckle to keep the helmet in place all the time and of course, the most important thing, the helmet should be made out of a hard outer shell and an absorbing liner at least one-half inch thick.
Be aware that the helmet should be approved by the the American Society for Testing and Materials, Snell Foundation or the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
Filming your tricks, tutorials, and skate sessions can help share your gift with the world. But where to start? You can learn to get the right equipment, set yourself up for capturing the best possible angles and tricks possible, and some editing tips to make a professional looking product with your good footage. A big help is getting a helmet mount be also compatible with all GoPro cameras and go for it!
You can practice skateboard while you are recording your freestyle!
Even experienced skateboarders can fall, so learning how to fall safely can help reduce the risk of severe injuries. The National Safety Council (NSC) recommends the following regarding how to fall correctly:
When losing your balance, crouch down on the skateboard so you have a shorter distance to fall.
Try to relax, rather than remaining stiff when falling.
Try to land on fleshy parts of your body when falling.
Try to roll as you fall, which prevents your arms from absorbing all the force.
Skateboards should never be used on surface streets. Even experienced skateboarders can fall, so learning how to fall safely can help reduce the risk of severe injuries. Practice is a very important when it comes to getting to know new skateboard tricks. Just don’t give up and you will get them down in time.
Would You Like To Have A Helmet With Moisture-wicking Sweatsaver Liner?
This helmet comes in killer colors and a stink-free!