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To take advantage we recommend you use our Collect Plus* service.
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187 Pads - Protection, Padsets for Wrist, Knee & Elbow
187 killer pads Skate Protection have been making pads for over 10 years now. Their protection gear is designed to raise industry standards and give riders the maximum possible protection available. 187 pads are particularly popular among the Roller Derby Skating community and delivery excellent strength protection for hard falls. Their range include pads for the elbows, knees and wrists, along with replacement caps so that the protection can last longer.
187 product protection that use revolutionary systems to maximise the strength and minimise the weight to the skater. Their knee pads in particular prove to be extremely popular with Skateboarders and Derby skaters, with the bonus ability to buy recaps, meaning unlike other forms of protection that make break on impact, these can be regularly replaced again and again.
187 Killer Pads are all about truly supporting the industry, which is why on their own website they feature 15 different riders who rep their brand, including THE Tony Hawk himself. From teenagers developing their skills to the very peak of the sport, 187 really aim to let people have fun skating whilst reducing the very real risks of injury, therefore giving confidence to the skaters to develop at a faster skill level as well as try more extreme tricks.