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paintballkid81 Sunday, October 17th, 2004
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
3 years
Products Used:
Marker Setup: Dust Silver Angel Speed
12" Boomstick
Angel Soft Face Bolt
A4 Twist Tight Feed Neck
3 Sum Angel Volumizers
CP Flame Dropforward
Clear Evo ll
68ci PMI Nitrogen Tank
Strengths: - Sturdy
- Good padding
- Rail system
- Velcro, making it adjustable
- Slides well
Weaknesses: - Need the right material underneath the pads
- Can move when you slide
Review: They are great pads for any speedball player, especially front men. They let you slide a little farther than you would in regular pants and they protect your shins and your knees from rocks or hard ground. They also do not restrict you from running at your full speed because of the rail system. If you are into speedball and want to play hard while not having to worry about hurting yourself these are the pads for you.
Conclusion: I would not recommend these pads for woodsball players because they can become hot, but they are awsome for any mainly speedball player. I give this product a 9 because for my position is speedball they are the best leg padding system out there.
9 out of 10

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