Crash pants - Esquí
Triple Eight Protector Nalgas79,95 €
CORE Impact Stealth Shorts69,95 €
TSG All Terrain Crash Pantalones54,95 €
Triple Eight Roller Derby Bumsaver72,95 €
Burton Youth Impact Shorts119,95 € 84,95 €
G-Form Slip-In Hip Protectors39,95 €
Scott AirFlex Protector Shorts139,95 € 74,95 €
REKD Energy Impact Shorts59,95 €
Powerslide Pantalones cortos de protección estándar49,95 €
G-Form EX-1 Corto Revestimiento Shorts94,95 €
G-Form Pro-T Team Sistema de compresión Shorts109,95 €
What are the Benefits of Wearing Ski Impact Shorts?
Padded ski shorts are worth considering for skiers of all levels. For beginners who are likely to fall more often, they will give the peace of mind needed to get comfortable on skis, and for more advanced skiers doing more technical and difficult runs, crash pants offer crucial protection, ultimately decreasing the time it takes to recover from a fall.
Impact shorts for skiing also come with the bonus-feature of added warmth and insulation, which will help you endure the cold and practice skiing for longer periods of time.
Consequently, the benefits of ski impact shorts boil down to safety and comfort while taking your skills to the next level!
How to Find the Right Ski Impact Shorts
There are a few important factors to consider, when you are looking for the best impact shorts for skiing. First and foremost, it is important to choose the right size. Impact shorts should fit snugly to ensure proper protection, but they should also allow for free movement.
Size guides are found for each specific pair right next to where you pick the size. To find the correct size for you, simply measure the circumference of your waist and/or hips and then consult the size chart.
It is important to ensure that you choose impact shorts that provide protection for the upper thighs, the hips, and the tailbone, and to look for a pair that offers the optimal level of protection. If you are an adult doing fast-paced downhill skiing, you will probably need more impact absorption than a lightweight kid just learning to ski.
In regard to protecting your tail bone, you may be interested to know that some back protectors go all the way down and protect the tailbone.
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