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Triple 8 Wrist Saver

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(7 Ratings, 7 Reviews) Average Rating:
They suck
Crazy Bacon (Albany , NY) 4/13/2011 6:56 PM
These thing stink alot worse then then pad rank. if you are not perfectly with in the size these are designed for then they will not fit. the bend on these is just not right and it literally hurts me ware these, I could list a dozen other reason why I hate these wrist guards and why they can DIAF, but I will try to be nice the straps are made of a mesh and if the the shape was a bit better it could be a great guard.
Brawlin Bettie
Viva Violence (Mission City) 4/8/2011 8:55 AM
Best wrist guard I've ever used.
Great Wristguards!
Pushy Willow (Queens, NY) 4/8/2011 7:38 AM
I love these wristguards! I've tried other brands, but always come back to these. The velcro wears out after a few months, but at this price, I'd rather replace them once or twice a year then spend more money on guards that I don't feel quite as secure in!
Mala Mujer- CVRG
Katy Fox (Morganton, NC) 4/7/2011 6:03 AM
Triple 8 makes great wrist guards! Learning to skate- they've taken abuse- sliding & wearing holes in the fabric. But protecting my wrists (essential to my day job) & I've seen other team members fall hard enough to break the splint- & not have a broken wrist. Will continue to buy these. Comfortable & don't get funky.
Sweaty Palms??!!!
Shana Valenzuela (Honolulu, HI) 4/7/2011 1:19 AM
I <3 my reasonably priced wrist gaurds, BUT, they make my hands sweaty like a mofo! stinky pads??? hells yes...but i wash them regularly so as not to deeply offend the delicate noses of my team mates. oh and just fyi...use something more than just detergent when you wash them...that stink is STRONG
Great Product
Sam (DE) 4/6/2011 10:38 PM
They can get a little sweatier than some other brands, but thus far have served me well. They're easy to clean, too.
Nathaly Perez (Montclair, CA) 4/6/2011 6:29 PM
These wristguards are pretty great for just $20.I love how cheap they are and that they're pretty comfy and let my hands "breath"(we all know our hands could get pretty sweaty during practice).What I hate about these is the plastic part at the bottom kinda sticks out sometimes if your practicing falls and you have to put it back in the wristguard every now and then.They wear depending how much you practice with them/how much you use them.I've had mine for 5 months and they're not too bad, just a little shabby might need new ones in about 6 months.I broke mine in when I started derby, lets just say i used them more than a proficient skater, but now I feel like they'd problably be around longer if I didn't fall on them so much at first.Anyway,all in all these are great for any level skater.