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Crash Pads 400 Tailbone Protector

If you hit the terrain park hard, or are drawn to vert ramps and handrails like a magnet, seriously consider the Crash Pads 400 Tailbone Protector. The Protector is a comfortable, well-designed tailbone pad that will easily slip underneath your pants or shorts. Unobtrusive, the Crash Pads 400 Tailbone Protector is easy to put on and take off. You can skateboard or roller skate, or ski or snowboard with confidence wearing the 400 Tailbone Protector by Crash Pads.  

Crash Pads 400 Tailbone Protector

  • Low profile: fits easily under shorts, pants or snow pants
  • Tailbone protection:  1/2' thick 'shield sandwich' of soft pad, plastic shield, then soft pad to reduce impact forces
  • Backside protection: 3/8" thick padding, full coverage
  • Hip coverage: 3/8" pads wrap around for partial hip coverage
  • Construction: Abrasion resistant 
  • Fit straps: Wrap around waist/thighs, ultra-sturdy elastic, 1-3/4" wide, Velcro at thighs, buckle at waist for secure fit
  • Youth size available
  • Hand made in the U.S.A.
    Looking for backside and tailbone protection in a padded short?  Check out the Crash Pads 2500 Padded Shorts.

    About Crash Pads

    Crash Pads is dedicated to making protective gear that is flexible and lightweight, but won’t restrict any of your athletic mobility.  As a company, Crash Pads is the quintessential small business success story.  Back in 1992 in the beautiful river town of Astoria, Oregon, a woman teaching herself to inline skate got tired of the bruises she suffered every time she wiped out.  For her own self-preservation, she began to stitch foam pads into her clothing.  Through trial and error, her designs became increasingly more sophisticated.  Thus was born Crash Pads, one of the very first manufacturers of body armor in the United States.  More than two decades later, every piece of protective gear the company designs is still manufactured in the United States (though no longer at this enterprising woman’s kitchen table).

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