PRO-TEC Gasket Knee Gaskets
Designed to fool the authorities and provide a disservice to all park employees looking to hassle you, these PRO-TEC Gasket Knee Gaskets are PRO-TEC’s lightest and slimmest-fitting set yet. These covert pads will keep you out of trouble at parks that require padding without forcing you to wear something big and bulky. You can also use these PRO-TEC Gasket Knee Gaskets under your pads for an extra layer of safety. Don’t settle for anything less than the best—protect yourself with Pro-Tec!
Pro-Tec Gasket Knee Sizing ChartTo guarantee the perfect fit, measure the lower leg in two places. A is the circumference 15cm above the knee center, and B is the circumference 15cm below the knee center.
X-Small:A: 12 in – 14.5 in (30 cm – 37 cm) B: 10.5 in – 12.5 in (27 cm – 32 cm)
Small/Medium:A: 14 in – 16.5 in (36 cm – 42 cm)B: 12 in – 14 in (28 cm – 36 cm)
Large/X-Large:A: 16 in – 18.5 in (41 cm – 47 cm)B: 13.5 in – 15.5 in (34 cm – 39 cm)
If you are not 100% satisfied with your purchase, you may return it to Warehouse Skateboards within 30 days of your receipt date.
Skateboard knee pads are essential to protecting your body from skateboarding wipeouts. Knee pads are more lightweight than ever, providing you the flexibility and protection you need when skateboarding.
Skateboard knee pads should not restrict movement. With the skateboard pads on, test your range of motion by bending the leg at the knee, watching for restriction. In order to properly measure yourself for knee pads, follow these steps:
1. Wrap a soft tape measure around the center of your knee. Measure around your outstretched leg, either at the middle of your knee (C), at the top (A) or at the bottom of your leg where the pad will rest(B).
2. If you do not have a flexible tape measure, try marking a string and measuring it against a ruler.
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