REKD Wrist GuardsEUR 14.95 EUR 13.95
Rollerblade Skate Gear Wrist GuardsEUR 17.95 EUR 10.95
Triple Eight Hired Hands Wrist GuardsEUR 66.95
187 Killer Pads Pro Derby Wrist GuardsEUR 26.95
Ennui City Brace Wrist GuardsEUR 49.95 EUR 44.95
K2 Prime Wrist GuardsEUR 14.95 EUR 11.95
REKD Pro Wrist GuardsEUR 24.95 EUR 23.95
Powerslide Mens Standard Wrist GuardsEUR 10.95 EUR 9.95
K2 Prime Women Wrist GuardsEUR 14.95 EUR 11.95
Triple Eight WristsaverEUR 25.95
Ennui Carrera GloveEUR 27.95 EUR 26.95
K2 Redline Race GlovesEUR 33.95
Triple Eight Wristsaver Slide OnEUR 22.95
Ennui Urban Skate GlovesEUR 59.95 EUR 47.95
Tempish Acura Wrist GuardsEUR 18.95
Triple Eight Snow Underglove Wrist GuardsEUR 32.95
SFR Dual Splint Wrist GuardsEUR 14.95
Ennui Street Wrist GuardsEUR 19.95
Ennui Palm SliderEUR 21.95 EUR 20.95
Triple Eight RD Wrist GuardsEUR 38.95
CORE Classic Skate Wrist GuardsEUR 19.95
Rollerblade Race GlovesEUR 29.95 EUR 21.95
Ennui Street Dual-PackEUR 59.95 EUR 48.95
Ennui Aly Derby Dual PackEUR 59.95 EUR 53.95
Do I Need Wrist Guards for Skating?
Wrist guards, also called wrist protectors, represent an essential piece of equipment for every inline skater and roller skater. Wrist guards for skating are designed to prevent injuries when falling forward on your hands. That is why they are highly recommended for beginner and experienced skaters.
What Size Wrist Guards Do I Need?
Wrist guards for skating should have a snug fit over your hand and wrists. Too loose, and they’ll slip away while skating, too tight, and they will block your blood circulation. Before choosing a new pair of skating wrist guards, remember to check the sizing chart of the product. As a general guide, measure the widest hand circumference around your knuckles, excluding your thumb, as well as your wrist circumference.
How to Wear A Wrist Guard
To properly secure your skating wrist guards, locate the hard piece of plastic called the splint first. Open your wrist guard and let the part with the splint face down to the ground. Put your hand in by letting your thumb pass through the side hole. Once all things are in place, use the Velcro straps to close the wrist guard up. For a perfect fit, your splint should be parallel to your arm.
Alternatively, you can get a pair of race gloves that are not as bulky as wrist guards. They offer higher breathability and maneuverability, but will not offer the same protection as wrist guards for skating.
Interested in additional protection? Have a look at our 3-Pack Pad Sets.