Item # pt7hpp04bk12zz-protec-protective-gear
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Type:
  • Hip Pad
  • Padded Shorts
Marterial: Dri-Lex material promotes moisture-wicking breathability
Protection Area: hip, tailbone
Closure System: elastic
Recommended Use:
  • Skiing
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 30 Day

Description: Protec Hip Pad Black

Momma never really liked you doing those extreme sports, but now you can ease her mind a little by wearing the Protec Hip Pad. Comfortable and discreet, these pads will protect you against all manner of bumps and bruises. They are versatile enough to wear for any sport, be it biking, skating, snowboarding, or any other crazy thing your mind can think up. Made of soft foam with a comfortable elastic waist, you won't even notice it's there. So appease mommy and get the Protec Hip Pad.

  • Anatomical and flexible design
  • Washable padding
  • Hip Pad


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    my son is snowboardor
    Yaqin Q on Dec 9, 2013
    How do you like the product? Would you recommend it for someone that had a hip implant?how is the sizing, fit, texture, does it shrink? thank you
    A shopper on Jul 10, 2013
    Best Answer: I don't ride without these hip pads. I cannot in good conscience recommend a product to someone with an existing injury. My assumption is that any padding would be better than nothing. I've washed mine, not dried, about 10 - 15 times with no issues with shrinking, fit or sizing. The only suggestion I will make is to be sure to get some baggier ski pants to ensure mobility underneath. If the pants are too tight (like in the case of my girlfriend) you will feel constricted a little. Hope this helps.
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