Lacking a little bit of padding.
Coloring comes off after a while
Most people should be wearing knee pads and elbows pads so why have all this padding on the pants any ways?? This pants do offer a alright deal of cushioning from the knee to ankle (shin area). The pants are so light I can wear clothing underneath it and padding if i wanted to. These pants do not restrict my movement or cause me to fatigue which is fine for me...
I would recommend this if you like adjustable and weightless pants. All the pants out there have all this padding on it and on top of that you wear pads too, what for????
I think for those who reviewed this pants and gave it any thing less than a 9 should give it a 9 or 10 because they went on a budget and bought pants for $30 and was expecting $90+ pants, quality and padding...
I got these because they were cheap. and you pay for quality. The field i play at is indoor with rug and i got some bad rug burn that i wouldn't have gotten with quality pants. I was using these pants at west point and felt every twig thorn and rock there was. You truly pay for quality with these pants and at 40 buck I can see why
I would not recommend these because you could pay just a little more for some quality pants
No other similar products, I've played woodsball for over 5 years, but have been speedballing only about 6 months.
Ego 08 grey with aurora accents, Zick Kit, Cure 3+ Bolt, Halo B Hopper with Speedfeed, Ninja 50/45 tank
Light, Good fit
Flimsy, thin, not durable at all.
I bought these when went to Normandy this summer for $30. I've played about 3 times in them. I like the feel, but I feel that they lack in padding. I wouldn't risk sliding in these as I'm afraid they'll tear too easily. They're very thin compared to my friend's Empire pants.
Overall, although they're nice and light, they lack in padding and durability. I'm buying new pants when I can afford a decent pair.