Kids can personalize skateboards and protective gear with dry erase markers. | Source: Wipeout/the Toy Insider

If your kids love to skateboard, roller-skate, or ride their bikes, then you probably know the struggle of getting them to wear their safety gear. That’s where Wipeout by Triple Eight’s new protective gear comes in handy.

Kids can customize their safety from head to toe with Wipeout’s new line of dry erase gear that includes helmets, knee pads, elbow pads, and even skateboards. Active kids can add artwork to their accessories so that they’ll actually want to protect themselves this summer.

Available for $29.99, the Wipeout Dry Erase Helmet comes with five markers and eight stencils that kids can use to draw designs directly on the helmet, then erase when they’re ready for a fresh look. The helmets are available in five styles (neon pink, teal blue, neon zest aka neon green, black, and white with a rainbow on it) and two different sizes for kids ages 5 and up and kids ages 8 and up. Parents can use a string to measure the circumference of their kid’s head to find the most accurate sizing. There are also Dry Erase Snow Helmets available for winter sports for $39.99 each.

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Designed for kids ages 5 and up, the Wipeout Dry Erase Pads come in a $24.99 set that includes knee pads, elbow pads, wrist guards, and dry erase markers. Kids can choose from six different tie-dye or solid color designs.

In addition to the safety gear, Wipeout also offers Dry Erase Skateboards for $49.99 each. Kids can choose from lightning bolt, monsters, or rainbow styles that they can color and customize using the included dry erase markers and stencils. The skateboards feature performance maple cruiser decks, cast aluminum alloy trucks, 58mm/78A urethane wheels, ABEC 5 carbon steel bearings, and hold a maximum weight of 175 pounds.

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Jackie Cucco

Jackie Cucco

Jackie Cucco was a Senior Editor of The Toy Book, The Toy Insider, and The Pop Insider. She covered toy trends, pop culture, and entertainment news, and made appearances on national and regional outlets, including CBS, WPIX, News 12, and more. Jackie spends her time watching horror movies and working her way through every Stephen King novel out there.