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ATLKillers1 Thursday, May 29th, 2008
Period of
Product Use:
Less than a month
Paintball
Experience:
3 years
Similar
Products Used:
smartparts elbow pads. original dye core elbow pads
Marker Setup: olive dm6.
halo b
dxs 68/45

Marq 6
vlocity jr.
dxs 68/45
Strengths: Slider glove
wrist strap
amazing padding
Weaknesses: Run a size small so get a size up than you would normaly wear.
Review: Well i heard that thease pads run a size to small so i orderd a bigger size than normal. when i got thease pads i put them on right away. they slid on no problem. at first i was concernd about them being to big. but they stayed in place very nice. you also grt bounces very easy.i was in a gunfight on snake tape. and got hit 3 or 4 times on thease pads and none of them broke. the pads also have grippy bunms on them which make snake crawling a breeze. thease pads dont constrict any movement once broken in.
Conclusion: I reccoment this product. if your just back player looking to get bounces there are cheaper alternatives, but you get what yo pay for. t hease are quality pads, as so is most of dye gear
Rating:
9 out of 10
 

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