Best Toddler Skateboard Helmet and Pads Safety
Toddler Skateboard Helmets, this is the most important piece of safety gear for your little toddler rider OK dad and mommy, as you know by now skateboard helmets are not an option. Your toddler’s head must be protected no matter what.
But you could say, no my little baby is not actually skateboarding, he is just pretending to be skateboarding while I hold his arms and body, yeah true but don’t you think is best to teach your little kid to start using helmet and protective gear from now.
So when the time comes and he will start skateboarding then wearing a helmet won’t be a problem (and as you may know most skateparks enforce riders to wear helmets by law). This magazine will show you a good selection of skateboard helmets for toddlers and kids, where, after you read about safety tips and good brands and so on, you just have to make your purchase decision by choosing the helmet style according to your kids personality or kid’s favourite color.
Two of the most popular brands for skateboard helmets are triple eight and ProTec, bell is also well known too. Please note: Maybe you will see that some helmets listed here (or from the pages linked here) are not specifically labeled as a "toddler or childrens or kids skateboard helmet or pads or stickers," But keep in mind that it’s very likely that the page has a size option to choose that will fit your little kid.
Another thing is the you can also find multi-sport helmets, suitable for kids Skateboard, Biking, or Other Extreme Sports, so that’s also a good option if you don’t want to purchase a helmet for each specific sport.Maybe these kind of helmets are labeled as Protective multi-sport design.
Not only that, there are also unisex Protective Helmet where you find neutral colors for both little kids and girls. It’s important the helmet to be breathable for better cooling, specially for summer season or very hot weather. Better if comes with Top, front and back vented design for better airflow and comfort, ensuring. your little toddler head gets the circulation it needs to stay cool and dry. In general, ProTec, Triple Eight and other brands size their helmets so when you read "small" size you will know it will fit most children's heads.
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Of course there are helmets that are specifically designed as helmets for kids, see below lil 8 from triple eight. 95% of kids up to eight years old will fit in a 54 cm or smaller helmet, but that’s why it's important to measure your kids head, this way yu will know for sure if a helmet it’s a good fit or not. Speaking of head measure... So you have to learn how to measure your toddler’s head in order to find the right helmet size.
Doing this is very simple by just wrapping a piece of string, or a tape measure around his or her about one inch above the eyes ( starting in the middle of his forehead), this way you will get your kid circumference value, and then you can purchase the correct size.
There is a brand that called my attention and it was Lil 8 from triple 8, which comes with a dual certified (complies with U.S. CPSC Bike and ASTM Skate safety standards,) helmet special for little riders, it comes with some kid-friendly features like the Adjustable Fit Dial System, pinch-proof buckle protector and a ABS Outer Shell with EPS liner high impact protection. This helmet is also special for one of these front mounted baby seats where both of you will have very beautiful moments while your baby seated in front of the bike.
I don’t remember if those come with Sweatsaver pads for added comfort, just check their product description to confirm. Their slogan is something like this: “protects the littlest riders and lets them cruise with grownup style.” Also you can get the triple 8 lil Tricky Tri Pack Protection Gear which includes safety items like wrist guards, knee and elbow pads.
It’s lightweight and a shock absorbing helmet with good ventilation because foam provides cool air flow limiting perspiration. So in this magazine we've listed a good number of skateboard helmets for kids and toddlers. This piece of gear will protect your little kid from some inevitable bumps, so combine helmets with Knee and Elbow Pads set for toddlers.
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It’s important that the helmet comes with soft internal padding and tough outer shell for that much neededdes protection for when your little kid or girl is learning skateboarding.
These days, many children are confined to the home on their own will. With sedentary activities such as watching television and playing arcade and video games becoming ever more popular, sometimes children would rather stay at home and do these non-physical activities than be outside running around and getting some physical exertion.
This is not all their fault. Sometimes it is not convenient for children to go outside and play if there is no one responsible enough around to attend to their supervision. Many parents would love to do this but cannot afford to due to financial responsibilities. In addition, it may not be safe for children to play outside depending on the area where you live.
Well, if you are stumped when it comes to thinking of activities that your child could do to get some physical exertion, we are here to help you out with that by giving a short and simple idea.
Skateboarding is a great way for children to get some physical exercise. Skateboarding is a popular sport these days, and most children will have some fun with it.
Skateboarding takes a lot of balance and technique. If you want to improve the coordination of your child, and perhaps even train him or her for the likes of other sports such as surfing or snowboarding, skateboarding is a great way to start it off.
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Here are some ideas that will help you to incorporate skating in the schedule of your child.
Skateboard to School. If your child walks to school, why not let him or her skateboard to school instead? It is understandable that most schools do not allow the use of skateboards on school property, but if you can arrange for your child to put his or her skateboard in a safe and secure place during school hours and encourage him or her to abide be the rules and regulation of the school concerning skateboards, perhaps this could work out.
A Family Day At the Skate Park. Your children get a break from school on the weekend, and a lot of parents get off of work on the weekend also. This makes it convenient to have a family day where you can plan activities where you all can have fun and spend time together as a family. You could consider going to a skate park once a month or however often as you wish as a family outing activity. Even if you are not interested in skateboarding, it is without question that you are interested in your child. Watch your child have fun learning to skateboard and do all kinds of neat tricks on it. They will thank you for it later and learn from your example for when they start a family of their own one day.
So, here are just a couple of ideas that could get you started with incorporating skateboarding in you and your childs schedule. Also, remember to have fun and let your kids have some fun also.
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