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Looking to buy protective gear for skating? You can buy durable and comfortable skate pads from Decathlon that provide ample impact protection, and the breathable fabric promises ultimate comfort to your kid while skating.
Helmets and Pads
While skating is fun and fast, it is important to protect yourself from any kind of possible injury. At Decathlon, your safety is our utmost priority, this is why we design helmets and pads to provide you with a completely safe experience while you are on your skates. Now have a blast with skating!
Falling is part and parcel of roller skating, this is why a helmet is more than just an accessory. At Decathlon, we design helmets so that you can skate without worrying about the protection of your head. Head to Decathlon and discover our range of helmets for kids and adults. The helmet’s shape and 3D adjustment dial keep your helmet stable. Our helmets are light in weight that offers adjustability, ventilation, and safety.
Buy premium quality roller skating helmets with 2 years warranty at low prices and protect your head during intense rides.
Is your child just learning to skate? To help them safely find their feet on four wheels, we've come up with a set of elbow, knee and wrist protectors. Don’t worry and buy this pad set for your kid’s complete safety on the wheels. Your child can learn to skate comfortably and safely.
The pads offer impact protection, adjustability, and a good fit, thanks to its anatomic design.
How to choose the best skate pads
Here are some criteria you can pay heed to when buying skating guards:
Pads for different skating styles are available in a variety of shapes and sizes. There are only two types of pads for inline skating that are commonly used: those for recreational skating and those for competitive skating. There are several requirements and special paddings for specific purposes for this rule, such as full-body padding and racing suits.
Air can pass through the pad's fabric to make it more comfortable, which is why pad makers create breathable fabrics. If you're looking at an inline skate pad and the padding looks perforated, this is a breathable pad, and if you can't tell, just look in the description.
The ability to withstand a traumatic event is referred to as shock absorption. Gel or hard foam inserts can be found between some pads' padding and cloth cover, providing shock absorption. This reduces the impact of a fall and is an excellent addition to a wrist pad to prevent palm bruising.
While it may seem like a minor detail, it has the potential to make a big difference in your skating experience. The foam insert in the pad provides this in some form or another.
It is very similar to the sizing of pads used in other sports; you will want a snug fit so that the pad does not move, but you also need to be comfortable with the fit. Most inline skate pads can be sized based on weight; click here for the skate pad size chart.
Essential Skating Kit You Need to Buy
When your kid starts taking skating seriously, you should start taking their safety seriously. As a concerned parent, you can assemble a skating safety kit. It constitutes two main safety gear:
Skate Pads - They protect your child’s joints from both major and minor injuries, which otherwise could cause long-term effects on their body. Sometimes, even skating guards cannot fathom the intensity of your child’s fall. Hence, invest in good-quality protective gear for your child.
Helmet - We cannot emphasize enough the importance of a good-quality helmet for skating to avoid head injuries. Point to be noted, not just any helmet works here. You need the back of your child’s head to be covered or protected. Hence, go for a bowl-shaped skating helmet by Decathlon for your child.