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In skateboarding, fish-boarding, and drifting board sports, the most important piece of protective equipment is, needless to say, a skateboard helmet. Abraded knees and elbows will heal, and broken bones can be reattached. However, your unprotected head injury may be irreversible in the worst case.
How to choose a skate helmet
General skateboarding and street skateboarding
For most skateboarding in this range, half-shell/open-face skateboarding helmets can be used. This scoop-shaped skate helmet protects your head, sides, and back of your head.
Skateboard helmets usually have soft cushion-like protective linings that are used to cushion light or moderate impacts. For example, the kind of wrestling that is often encountered when practicing skills in skateboarding. In street skateboards, the speed of the fall is lower than other sports, the impact force is relatively small, and the frequency of occurrence is relatively high. Under these conditions, a suitable helmet should look like this: it has a hard outer shell, a protective liner made of soft foam, and can withstand multiple light impacts. Although the skateboard helmet is designed to withstand multiple impacts, it is necessary to check the inside and outside of the helmet for damage after each fall. In addition, to wearing and tear, if you find any damage to the shell or lining, it is best to replace your helmet.
Skateboarding and cycling:
If you want a skate-style helmet and you want to wear it for cycling, you should buy a CPSC-certified skate helmet. CPSC-certified skateboard-style helmets meet both skateboard and bicycle safety standards. The typical lining is EPS. Helmets that use EPS as a liner are more capable of absorbing impact energy. In the event of an accident, cyclists are much faster than skateboards, occur relatively less frequently, but are more harmful. If you want a skateboard-style helmet that you plan to wear during intense skateboarding or/and cycling, you should buy a helmet with a hard shell, EPS foam lining, and CPSC requirements. Since bicycle/skate helmets are designed to withstand a single impact, it is important to check the helmet shell and lining after wrestling.
Downhill skateboards and longboards
Downhill skateboards and longboards: If you are sliding very fast, or downhill (longboard), or playing super-vert, maybe you just want to add extra protection to the front of the face. A full-face helmet may be a good choice. These helmets also meet CPSC safety standards, so you can wear them in mountain bike downhill or BMX. The full-face helmet has a chin-bar, which extends from the helmet to your face to protect your chin, jaw, cheeks and face; and a goggle (visor) can protect against sunlight and tree branches. The full-face helmet also has a very comfortable lining, with thicker cushions, for further cushioning under high-speed impact.