re wrist guards

I am about to get some wrist guards any recomendations

like the look of the biomex style but are they any good ?

k2 suply as do Roces

this is for when i start to venture outside

how important is the splint in the guard some i notice dont have them just
like a glove

thanks

Paul

Re: re wrist guards

— pegreen <pegreen@ntlworld.com> wrote:
> I am about to get some wrist guards any recomendations
>

Triple8 Antigloves are by far the best wrist guards I’ve ever seen. They have
only one splint (in the back), with padding on the palm, which makes it nicer
for gripping the seat handle.

-Kris.

> like the look of the biomex style but are they any good ?
>
> k2 suply as do Roces
>
> this is for when i start to venture outside
>
> how important is the splint in the guard some i notice dont have them just
> like a glove
>
> thanks
>
> Paul
>
>


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Re: re wrist guards

I also like the Triple8 Antigloves - did a 4 hour ride last Sunday with them.
It’s easier to hold the seat if the splint is in the back of your hand instead
of in front as with normal wristguards. The Harbinger wrist guards are pretty
good (from unicyclesource.com). I used to just ride with gloves, and even though
I haven’t had a crash where the splint saved me a broken wrist yet, I could
easily see how that might happen…

                               Have fun,
                                 Nathan

“Kris Holm” <danger_uni@yahoo.com> wrote in message
news:20010118185832.98612.qmail@web11601.mail.yahoo.com
> — pegreen <pegreen@ntlworld.com> wrote:
> > I am about to get some wrist guards any recomendations
> >
>
> Triple8 Antigloves are by far the best wrist guards I’ve ever seen. They
have only one splint (in
> the back), with padding on the palm, which makes it nicer for gripping the
seat handle.
>
> -Kris.
>
>
>
> > like the look of the biomex style but are they any good ?
> >
> > k2 suply as do Roces
> >
> > this is for when i start to venture outside
> >
> > how important is the splint in the guard some i notice dont have them
just
> > like a glove
> >
> > thanks
> >
> > Paul