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they need to come back!
Awesome photo after the final of the World Championship with Rebbeka , Charlie , Jolanda and me !!! Ladies it was a pleasure to race with you ! we did a fucking european podium in Canada ! Special mind for Tamara Prader who had not be able to race this sunday , i missed her a lot !!!
G-Form Elbow and Knee Pads Review
” G-Form Pads, utilizing RPT™ – Reactive Protection Technology, a composite blend of PORON® XRD™ material and proprietary G-Form materials and technology, offer consistent, repeated impact absorption for dependable performance throughout the life of the product. ” - G-Form
I’ll start off with the fitting of the pads. Normal knee pads i used are size Medium and for the G-Form Knee pads i am using Medium too. They fit nicely on me without any problem. As for the elbow pads, i would suggest taking a size smaller from your knee pads unless you have big arms then you shouldn’t have any problem.
For cruising, these pads hold on just fine and they stays in place. At some point of time, i dont even realise i have them on me. The G-Form pads are comfortable if you ask me. The pads flex and contour without hindering my movement, this is important for us because of how much we need to move legs and arms. The difference between the G-form pads and normal skate pads is that the amount of moisture on them is noticeably less because of the material which makes it more breathable.
For Freeriding, we need to rotate alot and going fast which means we will bail alot. On direct impact such as rolls, they hold on fine upon impact and if you happen to slide on the black spandex/nylon, there’s a chance for it to be rip off. From a feedback of a friend, eventhough there’s holes on them, they didnt expand with use.
On bails where you will slide off on the pads, they will slide off from your knees/elbows because of the materials. There is a lot of friction if you’re sliding on them thus it coming off.
Below is some damages on them after a few sessions wearing them.
G-Form pads are great for certain aspects of skating and other sports. If you commute, looking for low profile pads, always bail on hard impacts and hate bulky knee pads, these are for you.
If you love going fast and taking on fast bails, these are not meant for you. You can wait for them to produce those pads where you can slide on them or what you can do is to wear them under your clothing. They fit nicely under it and isnt noticeable.
Upon having these pads, i have put away my bulky knee pads and elbow pads for my regular skate sesh because of how easy it is to fit in my bags taking less space. Unless i am doing fast big slides or downhill i will wear them under my bulky pads to take on the impact and let the bulky pads do the sliding.
I’m looking forward to seeing what G-Form has to offer to the skating industry in the future.
and Thanks to my buddy, Mike Girard of G-Form.
So last night I posted this picture on Twitter and there was some significant interest. To be clear, it’s just a mockup, not something that exists.
I have, several times in my life, found people’s phones and then called or texted people in their contacts to get in touch with the person who owns the phone. There’s nothing more horrible than losing a phone. It’s expensive, inconvenient, and potentially dangerous (if you don’t have a lock on it, passwords are easy to find.)
But if you do have a lock on it, the occasional good Samaritan will be stumped for ways to get the phone back to you.
I’d much rather there just be a feature that you can turn on to allow someone who found your phone to get in touch with you immediately. Strictly optional, of course, but you can set it up to allow the nice person to send you an email, text your mom, call your house…whatever.
I once knocked on a stranger’s door to let them know that their headlights were on. The car was in the driveway, headlights blaring into the street. I knocked, and they came to the door, but they were too scared to open it because we now live in a world where everyone is seen immediately as a villain. I imagine that person woke up to a dead battery the next morning, but I did what I could.
That was that person’s choice. But as a person with Toby Turner’s phone number in my phone, I need to have a passcode for his privacy, not to mention mine. But I also don’t want to eliminate the possibility that, if I lose my phone, the person who finds it will, in fact, be a good person and spend a little bit of time reaching out to me to save me hours of headache and hundreds of dollars.
I believe people are good, and I think this little piece of screen real estate conveys that faith. And maybe if someone finds a phone and sees that, yes, in fact, kindness is expected of them, kindness is what we’ll get.
Please reblog and RT so that developers and phone companies can implement the idea if they agree that it’s a good one.
NEW MUSIC: We The Kings - “Party, Fun, Love & Radio” Live
I surprised my boyfriend who lives 1747 miles away from me for Valentine’s Day :)