Helpful votes received on reviews: 90% (55 of 61)


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Bullet Adult Knee/Elbow/Wrist Protection Pad Set -&hellip Bullet
5.0 out of 5 stars Saves my ass skiing, 24 Mar 2014
I generally spend a lot of time in the snowpark. After breaking my elbow and damaging my back last season, I decided to invest in pads and a spine guard. I now feel like I can throw myself around without worrying about injury and broken bones. I have had some serious bails wearing these babies (landing on compact snow feels like concrete), and walked off with barely a bruise and fully functional limbs. Definitely worth the money!
Psychi Chalk Ball for Rock Climbing Gymnastics Wei&hellip Psychi
5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent value, 24 Mar 2014
I use the chalk ball for weight lifting, and it makes a massive difference. Deadlifts become a whole lot more satisfying when your grip doesn't fail before your strength. It doesn't get everywhere like other bags of chalk, provided that you keep in it a plastic bag or something. Can't say I'm much for pole dancing, but i'm sure it works wonders for that too!
Ultrasport Walking Sticks with Anti-Shock and 3M R&hellip Ultrasport
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I purchased these as I thought telescopic poles might be useful for skiing, depending on what kind of terrain I am on. After all, they are advertised as doubling up as skiing sticks, and they include snow baskets. However, the manual i received with them explicitly stated that they are ONLY for hiking, and I can back that up.

They cannot withstand a lot of force and wear. Within 30 minutes of using them, one of them was already starting to slip down into its telescope and would keep doing so, even after tightening. Within an hour, one of them completely disassembled on the piste. I hadn't fallen over, and I hadn't even being skiing particularly hard. They lack the durability that… Read more