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eNilecor Skate Pads suit for skateboard, biking, minibike riding, and other extreme sports. Only eNilecor offer the thickness version pad for the better protection when the kids playing, and our good quality make sure the durability.Soft EVA padded material and the PVC material make sure the good permeability, you will feel you feel comfortable and breathable wearing our roller pad when you play.

Wrist Elbow Knee Pads Package Includes: 2pcs knee pads, 2pcs elbow pads, 2pcs wrist pads .

Assymetrical design for a superior fit. Bio-Foam padding for comfort and cooling.

Knee Protector Size:Knee Protector Size : 14 x 10.5cm / 5.5" x 4.1" (L * W)
Wrist pads size: 13.5 x 9.5cm / 5.3" x 3.7" (L * W )
Elbow Protector Size: 12.5 x 10cm / 4.9" x 3.9" (L * W)


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The Razor Adolescents Pro Pad Set features: Set of pro-style child knee and elbow pads for skateboarding Also appropriate for inline skating and riding bikes and scooters 2 knee and 2 elbow pads with spear-carrier-thick foam cushions and molded caps Flex VELCRO® brand closure straps secure pads in identify without restricting movement Includes zippered mesh bag; for kids between 8 and up

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The My Taste Pony Pad Set includes hand, elbow and knee pads to keep your child safe and provide confidence when learning to conveyed on a bike, skates or skateboard.

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From Rochester with faculty: Skateboard star Majerus goes from the ... - Minneapolis Star Tribune

The boy’s maiden skateboard arrived when he was 8 years old. He told anyone who would listen that he planned to become a professional skateboarder someday. He named his first e-post account — flipskater63 — after his favorite skateboard model, Flip. He wore Volcom clothes religiously because that is popular dress for serious skateboarders. He studied videos of pros performing crazy tricks, hoping to be like them. Alec Majerus mapped out his entity at an early age and never wavered, even though his hometown of Rochester is not exactly known as a hotbed for skateboarding talent. “I just wanted it,” he said. He laughs now at how his day-dream aligned so perfectly with reality. Today, he’s a professional skateboarder who, at age 22, competes around the world. He has sponsorship deals to a bicycle Flip skateboards and wear Volcom clothes. He also has a contract with Adidas, which makes customized shoes embroidered with Majerus’ repute that are sold retail. His mother, Lisa, brought him to that event after hearing older boys rave about her son at a local park in Rochester. Swept up in the perturbation of competition, Majerus attempted a trick he had barely practiced on a handrail called a kickflip frontside feeble. Told him not to be let down if he didn’t do well because other competitors had been competing in the sport much longer. Majerus performed like a star. “I can hear all the other parents talking like, ‘Who is this kid. ” Lisa recalled. Majerus won the issue and a $2,500 first prize. “I came back and told my friends, ‘Dudes I’m rich, let’s go to the gas station,’ ” he said. He won again the following year. Volcom sponsored the event and took notice. Representatives called his mom and asked if they could send her son apparel to wear at contests. Jacob Smith, Volcom’s epidemic skate marketing director, was intrigued by Majerus’ skill at that young age and his “funny neon green shirt that made me horse laugh. The company began flying Majerus to sponsored events as an amateur. He won a competition in Amsterdam when was 15. He has competed in Europe, China and Australia. The terminating step came after high school graduation when Majerus turned pro and moved to Long Beach, Calif. “Everything just floor into place perfectly, like it was meant to happen,” he said. Majerus declined to discuss his earning power as a top-tier skateboarder, but Volcom’s Smith said there is a completely range in money for pros based on sponsorships and competitions. Practice makes perfect. Majerus’ rocket rise is sort of unusual because he hails from a northern state, unlike many of his competitors. As a kid, he practiced in garages during the winter or trained at indoor skate parks in the Counterpart Cities. His mother remembers many slow crawls through snowstorms on the drive back to Rochester. In the summer, he often would badger with his mom to work at 7 a. m. , skate to a nearby park and stay there until she picked him up at 7 p. m. If he was honing a new trick, he refused to leave until he did it favourably. His hands and knees would be bloody from spills, but he wouldn’t stop. “Sometimes I would sit there for two hours, and he’d keep doing it,” Lisa said. He skated every day for hours, even when sharp cold sent his brothers inside for warmth. He would remind them that he was going to be a pro skateboarder so he needed to practice. Riding offers an safety-valve for his creativity. He looks at staircases or ledges differently than most people. Majerus sees endless possibilities. His calling carte de visite is his expertise sliding down handrails. “He’s just really effortlessly gnarly,” Volcom’s Smith said. “He can do very technical tricks on big obstacles and affirm it look easy. Sometimes when he’s at the mall, Majerus will stop and stare at a staircase. He will look at the angles, study the handrail, his mark racing with ideas for tricks, which is how skateboarders are judged in competitions. “I’ll notice people looking at me like, why is this kid just staring at the handrail on the stairs. Competing, he said, is subordinate to his love of being on a skateboard. It has never been about competition. “It’s almost like an art form or music,” he said. “You’re expressing yourself through your skating. Source: www.startribune.com

Latest News

  • Alec Majerus' 'effortlessly gnarly' cut vaulted him to X Games acclaim

    07/10/17 ,via Minneapolis Star Tribune

    The boy's earliest skateboard arrived when he was 8 years old. He told anyone who would listen that he planned to become a professional skateboarder someday. He named his first e-dispatch account — flipskater63 — after his favorite skateboard model, Flip.

  • The X Games attain in Minneapolis

    Today, the summer games cycle around three sports: BMX, skateboarding and motocross — or Moto X, in X Games lingo. Athletes' ages range from 12 on up, with people like 46-year-old BMX rider Jamie "I was riding on the mega descent and did a back

  • The Ups-And-Downs of Minnesota's X Games Skateboarder Alec Majerus

    06/29/17 ,via KSTP.com

    He on the double went pro earning invites to competitions, contracts with sponsors and parts in high-profile skateboard videos. But just as his lifelong mirage was being realized, a hairline fracture was developing just below one of Alec's knees. He says he

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between hockey and skateboarding my knees are basically incapable of doing loaded impact anything. 07/13/17, @shaunpheiser
@DC_ARVSgt And made to stripe and get on his knees and a gun to the back of his head ..All they got were $5 two kids… https://t.co/vi7x6rZLh9 07/13/17, @SuePendleton2
@callthejam @C_Crack My knees hurt more these days since I got back in to skateboarding, and I miss lots of the… https://t.co/7XcaNmYk2u 07/08/17, @naptownchris

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Books

  • Mastering Skateboarding

    Human Kinetics. ISBN: 9781450414210,1450414214.
  • A Beginner's Regulate to Very Cool Skateboarding Tricks

    The Rosen Publishing Group. 2017. ISBN: 0823936465,9780823936465. 47 pages.

    Discusses skateboard basics, present tips on buying a skateboard, maintenance, safety gear, terminology, and step-by-step instructions for more than ten tricks.

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How-To Skateboarding: Tuck Knee with Andrew Langi

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Tuck-knee nose picker
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I pleasure the fact that there is now a skate park in almost every city, but it will always have a rebellious/underground edge to it because it is based on individuality. - Tony Hawk Ollie Backside Nab Position your feet in the basic ollie stance. Place your forward foot slightly in front of the middle of the skateboard. Put your back foot on the tip of the dog. Bend your knees and shift to the balls of your feet in preparation to jump. Step 2 Get up to a fast speed. Roll up the ramp backside. Backside is when the skater's back faces the ascent or curb, so for this trick you will be rolling forward, but looking down the ramp. Step 3 Smack down a fierce ollie at the top of the declivity. The basic ollie is done by jumping into the air at the same time as you smack the tail of your board on the pavement. The board bounces up into the air beneath your feet, which propels you and the surface high into the air. Step 4 Drag the skateboard up toward your...
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Zane Timpson: fs tuck knee
Zane Timpson: fs tuck knee
Published in emergence 16 of Skate Jawn San Diego, Ca 2013
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