Each child is different, so in some cases the protector size may not fit properly even if your child is within the above age ranges. If protectors are worn on the elbows, knees, and wrists, falls might sting but won't result in injuries. The wrists are the most important place. The most common type of injury when skateboarding is a broken wrist caused when attempting to break a fall with your hands. Spoon Rider's three-point protector set saves your child from injury on the knees, elbows, and wrists!
Wrist: wrist guard
The plastic pad should fit into the palm of the hand, placing the thumb through the hole.
Elbow: elbow pad
Bend your elbow slightly to make sure the pad covers the entire
elbow. Do not wear using the Velcro band only.
Knee: knee pad
Bend your knee slightly to make sure the pad covers the entire knee. Do not wear using the Velcro band only.