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Weens_AB Wednesday, January 31st, 2007
Period of
Product Use:
6 months
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
Angel Knee Pads- don't hold up to wear and tear at all
Empire Ground Pounders- just tested
Marker Setup: Black w/ Red Parts Naughty Dogs Intimidator, Dye Throttle 68/45, Empire Reloader B, Evil Pipe Kit
Strengths: Protection
Price
Wear and Tear
Weaknesses: Velcro
Comfort
Review: When I first started playing speedball, I bought some Angel kneepads to give a little padding. They didn't last very long, as the stiching came out. All the other pads I could find where really expensive, so I picked up a pair of these Redz Knee Padz to try out.

Strengths
Protection: I've played on grass, turf, carpet and concrete, and these pads protect on them all. I play snake alot and I'm usually on my knees, but these are like kneeling on pillows.
Price: I only payed $50 Canadian for my Redz pads, compared to $80 for Dye or Angel ones. Thats quite a good deal.
Wear and Tear: I've been wearing these pads for 6 months, and abusing them quite a bit. They are barely showing any wear at all: no rips, but one of the Redz logo's came off. Thats pretty good.

Weaknesses
Velcro: The velcro dosen't quite keep them on when I slide, so I have to use hockey tape to keep them on for sure.
Comfort: Tend to feel a little more bulky than the other pads I've tried on.
Conclusion: Overall, these are good, solid knee pads for the money. They hold up extremely well, protect very well, and don't wear at all. The weaknesses are all minor things. I suggest them definatley over most other knee pads on the market.
Rating:
8 out of 10
 

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