You want the best; you got the best. The hottest pads in the world! Redz Comfort Knee/Shin Padz! Three words: Neoprene, Velcro, and Kevlar! Put them together, and you are like a super freak in the dirt. Size small fits juniors and thin adults.
The Redz Knee / Shin Padz is newer, so it should be commonly available, both new and used.
1998 r/f Shocker Turbo w/ air assist, Crossfire 88ci 4500psi nitrogen tank, KAPP drop forward, 12v Rev, 12" Smart Parts Freak Kit, KAPP chrome grip panels.
Very nice product. They are made out of high quality material, and I have yet to have a problem with them fraying( or any other problem for that matter). I get quite a few bounces of them, which always helps.
They are kind of expensive
If you have the money they are defiantly worth it. They WILL save your knees in the long run.
m98 rt with armson proseries
kingman hammer with armson stealth, custom grip with integrated vertical adapter and sharkill raised sight rail
comfortable, fairly puncture proof, don't have to take your shoes of to get them on. good protection for sliding crawling. nice to wear with shorts so you stay cool and have some protection, fit under loose fitting clothes.
they could be a bit more flexible but then most knee pads could too
well they're great protection against those evil thorns and rocks, also good for working on the car if you have a gravel driveway. even if you don't get the redz pads, a good set of knee pads is definatly a worthwhile investment.
Great material that protects you, almost from live ammo ! (Due to the kevlar laminant)
Good straping system.
Comfortable for you front legs.
The knee and the shin protection should be separated to give you additional freedom of mouvement.
The velcro strap under the knee should be padded, it feels annoying when the material twist with your flesh and your pants.
Finally, there great for front protection, but there expensive (especially for Canadian players).
They lack the flexibility of the Renegade knee/shin pads, but you are able to slide on the grass with them compared to the Renegade.
If you're a front player like I am and that you are constantly moving, I would'nt really recommend them. Still, they offer great protection. When my pads are going to be totally wrecked because of extensive use, i'll probably buy another brand or, if Redz improved there knee/shine pads (knee seperated from shine), maybe then I'll buy a pair again.
This product is very light and durable. They save your knees big time.
Anything that you strap on will at first be a pain. They move around some times, they are hotter than not having them on.
They are comfortable to wear and are worth the price. They are incredibly durable. There are things that you can do with these pads that you can not do with skin. For instance if you are on a slight hill and get pegged down just kick up you knees and slide down the hill. I have had people wonder how I got out of a lot of situations and just disappear. They save your legs and pants. They are the most comfortable that I have worn so far.
Skinz 2002 edition Very comfortable breathable spandex suroundingyor leg for a snug fit. I think jt did alot better with thier skinz line than redz in this department.
Tippmann custom pro
-Halo B with rip drive
-magna blade trigger
-new designz talon grip
-dye stickie grip
-new designz medium hammer
-DOP under grip drop
Awsome kevlar font very durable. Can really take a beating heavy duty stuff.
Staps in the baclk really pissed me off they edges were quite sharp. not comfey
Redz was really doing thier math when they made these things durable and made the fonts strong but thier comfort section of this product wasnt really thought out. They really did not live up to thier colthing line name "Redz comfort" i was very disappointed about this i expected alot better from redz.
If you can find a way to make those staps more comfortable buy it. But if you would like to have cuts and rashes on the back of your legs at the end of the day then buy em other wise me or my peers recomend stay away from this product.