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The IPS Hip Pads prevent bruised hips; you'll have to prevent bruises to your ego some other way.

You were probably really proud of your first hipper; you showed all your coworkers the gnarly yellowish-purple platter-sized hematoma on your side. After the first time, a big ol' hip smacker just isn't as cool; protect yourself with the Pro-tec Women's IPS Hip Pads. IPS stands for Impact Protection System, and that's the whole idea, protect yourself from crashes. Whether you're just learning to turn or are pushing your limits to the next level, you're going to fall; save yourself the agony of a bruise so massive it's hard to put on pants the day after. The breathable, moisture wicking material is lightweight and flexible. Strategically placed padding and an anatomical stretch fit ensure protection where you need it.

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5 5

awesome...your butt will thank you

After my first snowboarding trip, I had fractured my tailbone, but I was so anxious to go again that I had to get pads. I first tried these pads by Red and they were really bulky and hard, so I saw these and tried them. They were awesome! They're not bulky and they have a lot of cushion for your tailbone as well as your hips. The next time I went snowboarding, it was extremely icy and I took a lot of hard falls, but there were no bruises this time! These are a must have! I recommend getting them one size larger if you want to wear them over a base layer.

5 5

another must have

These hips pads help so much. I had so many bad falls that without them I would definitely have many bruises or worst hurt my spine. Any level snowboarder should have one of these on at all times.

4 5

Didn't feel a thing!

I just tried these hip pads when the snow was in good condition. It was great & you don't feel it when you fall. I haven't tried it on harder snow (or other hard surfaces), but if that were the case, probably something stronger than foam might be more protective. Either way, the fit is good & holds tight & smooth on your body. Also comes with hook straps so you can hook to your jacket if necessary.