Angel ir3 c+c/pewter fade, 88/45 pure energy tank, kapp drop zone 2, 12v revy(suprisingly keeps up)
its durable, comfortable to wear, it breaths good, practical, ambidextrous, and its affordable.
none. It has met my every expectation and then some.
First off, these pads are awesome for shooting while laying down. I found myself crawling and shooting at the same time. They protect the elbows nicely. Secondly, you can slide head first into bunkers while not worrying about getting hurt, I slide every chance I get. Its fun and It makes you look cool,LOL. When I first put them on they were like a glove. It is soft on the inside so it wont irritate you much when you get sweaty from playing.
all in all it is worth the $25(thats what i paid). You wont believe how many extra manuevers and things you can pull with elbow pads. i bought them because i had a screw put in my elbow(because i broke it)and it was still a little sensitive, little did i know how it would open up my game tremendously. Buy it!
they r very light. you cant feel them on you at all. they dont slide off or to the side. they r not expensive i think i got mine for 25 dollars. they look tight. they help protect you crawling i guess i dont know i dont crawl. they help you when you dive thats for sure . they come in many different sizes.
in the summer its just another thing to get you hot
its worth the price.
i would recomend it to someone.
Stock Black Planet Eclipse E Tek Ego
68/4500 wdp air tank with centerflag reg
Comfortable, gives you mad bounces , doesn't slide
I got these pads used from my coach because he didn't need them anymore. I have a size too big which may be a problem because i slide a lot in the snake but i just put them above my long sleeve shirt under the jersey. They are very comfortable and the main reason to get them is that its a trampoline for balls. The pads are so soft that the balls don't break at all, and that's a good thing since when you snapshoot , you can get hit in your head, mask, hopper, marker or your elbows (even though you tuck them in so they don't hang out you still can get shot in there), and we all know that the main thing in paintball is- stay in the game.
Buy them, they're cheap, comfortable and will get you a lot of bounces.
9 out of 10
Last edited on Thursday, July 19th, 2007 at 2:56 am PST
kingman new hammer, armson stealth, raised sharkgill sight, gas through stock, and custom grip with intergrated vertical adapter and dye stikies.
comfortable, no more hits to the funny bone, good for crawling
don't stay on as well after sweating heavily, like the end of the day ata a scenario.
where i usually play most of the trees have thorns, these help some, they also help crawling over rocks and about everything else. plus if you've ever gotten hit in the funny bone you know it's not very funny.
Made of neoprene, they are so light and comfortable, you can hardly feel you have them on !
Nothing that I know of
As my first real pair of Elbow protectors, I would recommend them a 100%% to any paintball players. They are a bit expensive but it's worth it. Better than any elbow armor I know of, you won't be disappointed.