Cheap Crappy Brass Eagle Kneepads - They suck but hey they're 10 bucks
Kneepads meant for skateboarding - Good protection but bad comfort
Red '03 Vert. Feed Cocker with Dye Ultralight barrel, WGP Ergo Inline Reg, Chrome Lightening Bolt drop and ASA by CP, Dark Vengeance Delrin Bolt, KAPP delrin detent, Crossfire 68/4500 Nitro, Dye Stickies and 6 Prong 12v Revvy
- Tight Looking
- You WILL catch bounces
Fabric starting to wear in a few places
LONG periods of wear (Scenarios) kinda uncomfortable
I went out on a limb and bought these pads because i thought they looked cool. I had a friend who had a Flurry Ultraback Tactical Vest and he told me that Flurry made good stuff so i decided to buy the pads. They are solidly built but yet are extremely light and flexible. Maybe not quite as flexible as some of the neoprene types but considering the protection its definately worth it. The neoprene crap definately doesn't cushion the knee near as much. Certain parts of the pad are especially dense and will always give you a bounce or two. In addition to all this, these pads weren't near as expensive as JT, Redz or DYE pads.
Good price. Good Product. Good Buy.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Monday, May 30th, 2005 at 10:33 am PST