How to wear the helmet:
The fixing buckle on the front of the helmet is opened;
Observe whether there is a head circumference adjustment system. If so, you need to loosen the adjustment first, then put the helmet on your head, let the helmet fit your head, buckle the front fixing buckle, adjust the length of the strap, and leave a finger gap. This prevents pinching of the chin.
Finally, adjust the head circumference adjustment system and fix the hat.
How to wear elbow pads:
Open the Velcro and observe the difference between the top and bottom of the protective gear (the top of the elbow pad is generally wider and more prominent than the bottom) to prevent it from being worn backwards.
Go through the anti-dropping system and stick the Velcro.
How to wear knee pads:
Open the buckle and observe the difference between the upper and lower protective gear (the upper part of the knee brace is generally wider and more prominent than the lower part) to prevent it from being worn backward.
Then go through the anti-dropping system and stick the Velcro.
How to wear the hand guard:
First distinguish between the left and right hands, observe the front and back, so that the curved hard rubber is in the palm of the hand.
Put your thumb through the thumb hole on the glove and stick the Velcro.
The role of roller skating protective gear:
Helmets: Most people may think that they do not need to wear a helmet, but they need to know that the head is the most important but also fragile part. The best protection should be used to rule out any possibility of injury.
Elbow pads: This part of the elbow is easy to bruise accidentally, especially when practicing some advanced movements, such as when you are not skilled when you are sliding backwards. Wearing an elbow pad can protect your elbow.
Handguards: Beginners often cause wrist sprains or palm abrasions due to improper support during a fall, and skating masters may occasionally get abrasions. Wearing a palm protector can avoid these unnecessary injuries.
Knee pads: Whether you are a beginner or a highly experienced roller skating master, your knee is the place where you have the highest chance of landing and the greatest impact when you fall. If you don’t wear protective gear, it is easy to get injured.