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Monster Kookie Monday, January 1st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
2 years
Paintball
Experience:
1 year
Similar
Products Used:
Nothing, these are the only pb pants i've used. Until I got these, i've used jeans.
Marker Setup: Smart Parts Ion
Evil Detonator Reg
WGP 20oz Air Tank
DXS Pulse Loader
Custom Painted Body (by me)
Sly Dual Carbon Fiber Barrel
Strengths: Padding, Light, bells and whistles
Weaknesses: Man padding doesnt protect everything
Review: Starting with the weaknesses. The man pad does in fact protect your family jewels. However, it only protects the top of the jewlery box where winky blinky resides and not the bottom of the box where the pearls are (if you know what I mean).


Ok now the good stuff. Despite the size of the man pad, it actually saved me before. Thanks to my bad stance, my legs were wide and it was the one day my pants were baggy. I got shot right in the man pad. THANK GOODNESS, it bounced off the pad and not my jewlery box. Ever since, i've bagged my pants. Also, the knee pads are big so its got some good slides. With mine, it starts at about 4 inches above the top of my knees and ends around the upper mid part of my shin. Its also got no belt. Instead, its got something better. It has a velcro that comes out of the back, runs down to your hip and you can tighten and fold it back to the velcro on the back. that way it can be as tight or loose as you want. It can even be tight on one side and loose on another (i dont know why one would do that, but you can!). Pockets include one deep open pocket, and one zip up pocket for those things you want to keep from falling out. The ankles have bungies on them so you can tighten or loosen around the bottom of the pants as much as you want. Its got a gel-like pad on the lower back which is supposedly suppose to be a shock absorber for your pod pack. Pretty good eh? Lastly, its got these small pouches...more like thin pockets about 3/4 up the back of your leg to but cotton swabs in. One on the right and one on the left so you can put it wherever you prefer.
Conclusion: THESE ARE GOOD PANTS. If you are into pb'ing get them! they are a bit expensive but worth every penny! Its simply pants, but has plenty of little bells and whistles.
Rating:
10 out of 10Last edited on Monday, January 1st, 2007 at 1:58 am PST
 

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