Cheaper than wrist-replacement surgery. (There’s no such thing)
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if the measurement from my write to the...
if the measurement from my write to the tip of my middle finger is ~18cm, what size do you suggest?
keeps my wrists safe
after shattering my wrist in 5 places I was def concerned about keeping my wrists and arms safe. this does just the trick, saved me a few times already... they aren't as bulky as some others I have tried on, and offer way more protection than the low profile ones. yes finding a glove that fits them without the help of a friend is a little time consuming, but Marmot Crique glove fits them perfect and the neoprene keeps your hand nice and toasty. I went with the black color cause I am not a pink girl and they look good, mine have red graphics instead of the shadow ones in the picture.
Pretty good overall
The quality is good. The only drawback is I have a small wrist and even the small size is a bit big for me. It could be better if they offer a XS size for female hands. Other than that, the gear is pretty cool look and it serves the purpose.
These are well made and the strap is fully adjustable to make them as snug as needed. They feel very secure and should protect well.
I've seen more broken wrists from snowsports than I can argue with. I would not like to join their ranks, so I got these.
These guards are sturdy, fit very well, and fit under my gloves. Plus they're cute, which is always nice.
They're as slim-profile as they can get, I'm sure, but they still make it slightly difficult to get my gloves on. Still possible, though, and very worth it.
Demon Snow Wrist Guard
Bulky, wont fit around most gloves and jackets. Returned. Get the Level Biomex or something of the sort.
great for snowboarding
When you're ripping your gloves off and on half the time on the snow, it becomes obvious really quickly why you might want snowboard-specific wrist guards. It's the little things that make you lose time on the snow. I have a slightly older model but they designed the wrist curvature really well so that it's not such a PITA to do such things. :)
Not sure what size to get. Im about 6ft...
Not sure what size to get. Im about 6ft tall, and I have skinny wrist, so is the size the wrists size? or is it length?
Go by your hand length. The strap is adjustable down to a small wrist. At 6ft tall you would likely go with a large unless you have super small hands for your size.
You're going to need this.
They do fit under gloves, although it's a little tight. I think the only way it could be better is if it's got a brace on the other side of the wrist. Never snap your wrist on a jump again.
Recommended... two thumbs up!!!
Demon snow wrist guard are very affordable and they fit snuggly inside medium Burton Gore (ladies glove) - its super hard for me to find gloves that fit my hands perfectly... I can gets mens glove but the fingers length would be all wrong.
I strongly recommend investing some money on good goggle (eyes), wrist guards (wrist), snowboard body armor (general body: colar bone, elbow, kidney and whole back), impact shorts (kidney, thighs, tailbone or bum), knee guard (knees) and helmet (head). You don't necessarily need to have all the things i mentioned but it would be best if you have all of them and are completely protected, right? Beginners most specially need to get good helmet, goggle, wrist guard and impact shorts... You will understand what i mean after falling on your bottom a few times... And who knows it may just save your life.
I wiped out quite a few times more than i would like to mention... a couple really bad falls that might have broken my wrist if i weren't wearing wrist guard.
Buy protective gear... Save yourself from the pain... It is not macho or cool to not wear it; the most important thing is you have fun and enjoy the full season of snowboarding in one piece.
Now go and snowboard... ;p
I dont even notice them too much until I need them. I have small wrists and they fit nice.
Hey, if your a guy or girl who's learning to board or looking to save your wrists (or both), then these are for you. They protect well, I've got them in a size small (cuz I'm a skinny dude) and used them underneath my small size men's gloves, and they still fit just fine. Word of warning, this protects the bottom of the wrist with a long sturdy natural fitting piece of plastic. This means that they won't protect the top part of your wrist/back of the fist if you back hand a tree or a rock by accident. The top part only has 2 smaller separate pieces of plastic that will protect a small percentage of the top of the forearm. This is fine for me since I don't do terrain park stuff, but if you do rails and what not, beware! My only complaint (as with a fair number of other gloves) is that while walking around, trying to grip your snowboard with the wrist guard on will get annoying and difficult at times if your already tired after a day on the mountain. Still, they're relatively low profile, good colors, protect the wrists at the point of impact great and you'll appreciate how your wrists don't hurt while your friends are all sitting around complaining about how they wish they had these wrist guards instead of all those colorful bruises.
Would these fit under the 'Demon Snow Wrath...
Would these fit under the 'Demon Snow Wrath Vampire Glove' ?
Cause it really doesn't seem likely.
but do pipe gloves fit?
but do pipe gloves fit?
I know you hate to hear this but the answer is largely depends on your gloves, if there is some spare room for movement in the wrist of your glove, they should fit. Sorry that sounds so vague, I haven't actually tried these other than just trying them on in a store, but they are fairly close to skin, should work on most gloves.
Gonna work fine.
Pretty comfy. Seem to be pretty durably so far. They don't seem to be chaffing or rubbing my thumb like so many do. i like em.