The Slades 3-pack protective gear is designed to protect the knees, elbows and wrists in case of shocks during the practice of roller skating. Wearing a helmet in addition to the protection pack is recommended.

The knee and elbow pads are slipped on with the protective shell facing outwards with no distinction right/left. The wrist guards are put on with the protective shell at the level of the palms of the hands. When correctly fitted, the logo on the strap must be on the upper part of the hand.

Caution: wearing the 3-pack protective gear limits the severity of the injuries linked to a fall, but does not guarantee their total absence.

Just like our Slades and Flaneurz roller skates, the protections were not designed for field hockey, skateparks or other intensive practices of roller skating.


To find out your size, take a tape measure or a piece of string and a ruler. Then measure your knees, elbows and wrists circumference as shown in the illustration below.

Then refer to the size chart below to choose the right size for you. If you are not sure which size to choose, we recommend you choose the next size up, as the protection pads are elastic and the straps are adjustable.

Please note: the measurements shown are those of the product. We recommend that you choose the size closest to your own measurements.


Putting on the wrist protection pads:

  1. The pad marked “left” must be worn on the left hand and the pad marked “right” on the right hand.
  2. Open the velcro strips.
  3. Slide your hand into the protection pad, inserting your thumb into the hole. The palm of your hand must be on the side with the plastic.
  4. Close the velcro strip securely around your wrist joint.
  5. Close the upper strip securely around your hand.
  6. Close the velcro strip securely around the base of the fingers.
  7. For maximum protection, the wrist protector must be tight enough so it will not slip.

Putting on the knee and elbow protection pads:

  1. The pads marked “left” must be placed on the left knee or elbow and the pads marked “right” must be placed on the right knee or elbow.
  2. Place the protection pad on the knees or elbows.
  3. Close the velcro strip.
  4. For maximum protection, the knee or elbow must be closed tightly enough so it will not slip.

Warning ! Do not close the protection pads too tightly or you will block your blood flow.


Knee and elbow pads: white Polypropylene protective shell, blue 600D nylon fabric, blue velcro fastener.

Wrist guards: white Polypropylene protective shell, blue 1.0mm PU leather, white rivets, white nylon 210D fabric.


Hand wash, do not tumble dry, do not iron. Always ventilate well after use.

It is recommended to change the protections when they show too many cracks.


  1. Do not change the appearance of the protection pads as this could make them unsafe (e.g. add stickers, accessories or paint).
  2. Check to make sure your protection pads are not damaged (e.g. warps, cracks, and condition of straps) before each use.
  3. Replace the protection pads in the event of a fall or serious shock.
  4. Clean your protection pads with soapy water and a soft cloth. Some cleaning products may damage the protection pads.
  5. Leave the protection pads in the open air after each use and store them in a cool, dry place.
  6. Changes in environmental conditions (e.g. temperature) may significantly reduce the performance of the protection pad.
  7. Control your speed; wearing protective gear is not always enough to avoid injury.
  8. The lifespan of the protective gear is 2 years.


This European Standard (EN 14120:2003+A1 2007) specifies the requirements and test methods for ergonomics, innocuousness, comfort, restraint, strength, abrasion, impact performance as well as provisions for marking and instructions supplied by the manufacturer for wrist, elbow and knee protectors for users of roller skates, inline skates, skateboards and similar devices.

Slades protective gear are certified Grade C and Level 1. The Grade C concerns the protection of users from 50 to 100 kg (110 to 220 pounds). The Level 1 pertains to the protection for normal use of roller sports.


Manufacturer information :

Sporting Goods Co.,Ltd

Factory address :

No. 12, Yizong Road, Mingyin Industrial Area, Qinghu, Qishi Town, Dongguan City, Guangdong Province, China.

Item No#SG230001P

  1. No protector can offer full protection against injuries.
  2. Any contamination, alteration to the protector, or misuse that would dangerously reduce the performance of the protector
  3. This set of protectors in designed to protect impact cause by collision of part of body with an obstacle while doing roller sports. It has passed EN 14120:2007 + A1:2007 level 1 to show conformity to the EHSR of EU 2016/425
  4. EU type examination conducted by: SGS Fimko Oy, Takomotie 8, Fl-00380 Helsinki, Finland. Notified Body No. 0598



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