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Fridaddy Monday, March 7th, 2005
Period of
Product Use:
1 year
More than 5 years
Products Used:
Sports kneepad/shinguards modified.
Marker Setup: AIM Customcocker "Eagle 21" Freak Barrel system, 3A 68/45K tank, Madman rocket valve. Runs at 190PSI
Pre '99 Sniper II, more barrels than I can post.
Paintballstuff.Com Sidekick pistol in a Copps911 drop down holster
PT Extreme w/ tank adapter and hopper adapter (when I general a scenario)
ACI F-4 setup as a M-4 for LE training
Trracer, three Rebels (loaners for newbies)
Flurry Emissary vest
And a partridge in a pear tree
Strengths: Look nice, work well.
Weaknesses: The material wears, strapps too short.
Review: Well being a loyal fan of Flurry I thought I would pop for the pads as my old ones were getting worn and stretched out. When they arrived two things struck me...
1. They look.......kool
2. the straps are too short. Only about 1/2 inch of the Velcro will flap over at the top of my calf. The stitching for the straps is starting to pull from the pads but that is a direct result of the above problem. It was a simple hand stitch to fix, but I think the straps should be longer.

I first wore them at the California Police and Fire Games 2004 and got a lot of positive comments. I have played in 110 degree and 30 degree temps and they stay comfortable and pliable.

The material is wearing at the knees from the rocky dirt at the fields I play at, but unless you make steel knee pads that is to be expected, Clean up is a breeze, I just hang them and hit them with a hose for about a min.

Conclusion: If you dont have built in kneepads in your $100+ paints, or you play woodsball and like cammo, these are the pads to get.
9 out of 10Last edited on Monday, March 7th, 2005 at 5:00 pm PST

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