Protec Skateboard Helmets Bell Triple 8 For Adults
That You will fall while skateboarding, it’s pretty much a given. Buy hey, you didn’t start practicing skateboarding for the falls but for fun, craziness, self-confidence and that indescriptible sense of accomplishment, after mastering a new trick or spins with your skateboard.
No doubt after a fall, you will keep practicing until you meet your goals. You are a winner. But as you know by now, you need to put your head safety ahead of anything. Thts’ why is crucial to always wear your skateboarding safety gear. Simple things like your helmet, and pads for elbows and knees could make the difference between making you one of the best skaters or not.
After looking online for the best protective helmets, I found that ProTec Helmets are one of the pioneers in the helmet industry, their designs are well-known for skateboard enthusiasts both in the skatepark and on the street. The ProTec helmets are protective, affordable and come with great fun designs, so you can choose the style that fits better with your personality.
I wanted to focus this issue on Helmets, because your head it’s more important than everything else. You want to purchase a helmet that is specifically meant for skateboarding, and it should meets the ASTM F1492 skateboard helmet standard.
Of course also should have a strong strap and buckle for maximum safety while riding. Before you buy your protec helmet, (or your ball or triple8 helmets)you need to have your head circumference measures, then look at the sizing chart for the particular style you want to purchase. Nothing can’t beat prevention, not even the best helmets in the market like protect, triple8, so some simple recommendations are very useful: If you want the best shape for skateboarding, Warm up and stretch before your activity, this way your back, ankles and legs are less prone to lesions.
Make sure there is nothing that interferes with your skateboard wheels, also make sure that the floor is dry. Communicate with other skaters to avoid collisions. Also avoid skateboarding in places where there are cars moving. Never ride in the street. Never hitch a ride from a car, truck, bus, or other vehicle.
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Triple 8 Rubber Helmet with Sweatsaver Liner (Royal Blue Rubber, Medium)
Sweatsaver Liner inside, it’s a helmet you’ll use for years to come. Sweatsaver replacement liners are also sold separately in various colors to customize your helmet.
Why Is Safety Important, and why is important to wear skateboard protective gear?It’s simply because after every fall there’s a risk of you been hurt with God forbid severe injuries specially on the head, so you want to protect your head at all costs. These protection guidelines are specially true for beginner adults and kids or inexperienced skaters in general.
But this doesn’t mean that advanced skaters don’t have risk of injury, when self-confidence grows then the desire for most risky trick increases too, so protection with a Good helmet like pro tect or triple 8 is a must. Also there are extreme sports like long-boarding and mountain-boarding where safety protective gear is also a need.
Keep Your Head Protected While You Are Skateboarding..
So in conclusion, Scrapes, bruises and broken bones are almost a fact in the life of a skater, but that doesn’t mean that you should not follow some basic safety tips that are common sense too. So Protect helmets can be your best friend when it’s time to get fun over your skateboard. Helmets are a must for you, and also you should wear wrist guards, elbow and knee pads and other protective gear like hip pads and padded jackets, and even mouthguards.
Severe injuries are relatively rare. Commonly, a skateboarder who falls suffers from scrapes, cuts, bruises, and sprains. Among injuries reported to a hospital, about half involve broken bones, usually the long bones in the leg or arm. One-third of skateboarders with reported injuries are very new to the sport, having started skating within one week of the injury. Although less common, involving 3.5–9 percent of reported injuries, traumatic head injuries and death are possible severe outcomes.
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Skating as a form of transportation exposes the skateboarder to the dangers of other traffic. Skateboarders on the street may be hit by other vehicles or may fall into vehicular traffic.
Skateboarders also pose a risk to other pedestrians and traffic. If the skateboarder falls, the skateboard may roll or fly into another person. A skateboarder who collides with a person who is walking or biking may injure or, rarely, kill that person.
Many jurisdictions require skateboarders to wear bicycle helmets to reduce the risk of head injuries and death. Other protective gear, such as wrist guards, also reduce injury. Some medical researchers have proposed restricting skateboarding to designated, specially designed areas, to reduce the number and severity of injuries, and to eliminate injuries caused by motor vehicles or to other pedestrians.
The use, ownership and sale of skateboards were forbidden in Norway from 1978 to 1989 because of the high number of injuries caused by boards. The ban led skateboarders to construct ramps in the forest and other secluded areas to avoid the police. There was, however, one legal skatepark in the country in Frognerparken in Oslo.
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