Zaštitne kratke hlače / impact shorts
CORE Impact Stealth Shorts69,95 EUR
REKD Energy Impact Shorts59,95 EUR
Ennui BLVD Protection Pants74,95 EUR
Powerslide Kids Protective Shorts40,95 EUR
Triple Eight Bumsaver Pants79,95 EUR
Triple Eight Roller Derby Bumsaver72,95 EUR
Powerslide Standard Protective Shorts49,95 EUR
TSG All Terrain Crash Pants55,95 EUR
Burton Mens Impact Shorts139,95 EUR
Burton Womens Impact Shorts124,95 EUR 119,95 EUR
G-Form Slip-In Hip Protectors39,95 EUR
G-Form EX-1 Short Liner Shorts94,95 EUR
Scott AirFlex Protector Shorts139,95 EUR 97,95 EUR
Burton Youth Impact Shorts119,95 EUR
Fuse Omega Impact Padded Shorts84,95 EUR
What Are Impact Shorts?
Impact shorts, also known as padded shorts and crash pants are designed to protect thighs, hips and buttocks from impacts in the event of a fall. This specific piece of equipment can save you from bruising your body parts during your skating session. Padded shorts are comfortable, easy to wear and fit perfectly under your jeans.
Are Impact Shorts Worth It?
Wearing crash pants is always a good idea to save your hips and tailbone from the hard ground. Even though padded shorts are always recommended for beginners practicing balance on skates, they are extremely popular among professionals. Unwanted falls may always occur, and even the most experienced skaters protect their body parts when taking part in high-intensity activities.
Choosing the Right Impact Shorts
The first thing to consider when buying crash pants is the size. Fit is key. Loose and they will move around and not take the impact forces out. Too tight, they will restrict movement and you could stretch out the foam, reducing its elastic nature and ability to absorb impacts. One brand is different from another, so remember to look at the product’s size chart. The protective material in crash pants can sometimes be damaged in the wash, so it is worth looking for a fabric that allows ventilation and absorbs moisture well.
Speaking of material, you can either opt for soft padding or hard plastic padding. Hard pads offer maximum protection from impacts but do not bend when you move. Soft pads are more flexible at the cost of high-shock absorption, but will still protect you against bruises.