What are the Best Pads for Aggressive Inline Skating?

From the second episode of Gear Talk, we talk about the best padding you should get for aggressive inline skating.

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G-Form Knee-shin pads: https://amzn.to/2H2oIxp
Ennui Wrist Guards: https://www.intuitionskate.com/products/ennui-city-brace-ii
Triple 8 Helmet: https://amzn.to/2EIspmK

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frozt20 says:

i have the same wrist guards but im looking for other better(that ones looks like a gloves, but i dont now if that ones works good). some recomendation? thanks!

Brett Wanyo says:

Triple 8 brain saver, triple 8 low profile soft elbow, hillbilly full finger with back of hand/wrist support taken out, crashpads and g-form knee shin combo. Yes, full protection when aggressive, fsk, downhill, or mountain SUV inline. Helmet and open finger wrist gaurd for casual skate. Say what you want, I’m 37, work full-time, live by myself and pay all my bills.

Old man rolling36 says:

Are the knee and shin gaskets any good at taking a fall tom a mini ramp?

Infinity Ripper says:

I got a full pad set for 25 bucks on eBay (JBL I beleive), and I just toss them into the washer and dryer after each skate. They have taken some huge falls and slides that would have shredded my skin possibly broken bones, so I don’t really see the need for expensive stuff, what is a pad besides hard plastics and straps anyway?

AndySoMeta says:

Helmet, Knee Gasket and Wrist Guard. Das’it.

Jaka Kragelj says:

I wear ennui city brace wrist guards. They feel nice. I rinse them under water and blot them with a towel after every use. They can be washed in a washing machine too.

John Stevenns says:

I like the plastic knee pads cuz u can slide when you fall, especially on transitions

Daniel Naron says:

The shin + knees have saved me soooooo much. They cover my knee and downward and I’m about 5’8. Super comfy and totally not noticeable. I do agree with the wristguard. However I would like to point out that the part you land on is quite bulbous. Thus it absorbs some of the pressure and stress before it transfers to your forearm.

jfanderson57 says:

Killer 187 Flypads for my knees and elbows. Rollerblade wrist pads. Killer 187 helmet.

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