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a4h Saint 01-21-2014 02:36 PM

Skeletools
 
I went to buy a pair of skeletools impact shorts, but they are out of mediums? They say it could be 6 months before they get more, so my question is, does anyone know of another place to get these? Also I have a 32 waist and they say large fits 34"+; worste case does anyone think I would have fit issues with these?

I am aware of other brands, but really prefer the skeletools. If I have no other options I guess I could swing some azzpads:dunno:

snowman55 01-22-2014 01:22 AM

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Originally Posted by a4h Saint (Post 1456929)
I went to buy a pair of skeletools impact shorts, but they are out of mediums? They say it could be 6 months before they get more, so my question is, does anyone know of another place to get these? Also I have a 32 waist and they say large fits 34"+; worste case does anyone think I would have fit issues with these?

I am aware of other brands, but really prefer the skeletools. If I have no other options I guess I could swing some azzpads:dunno:

I have their medium shorts. I wear 32 pants and it fits like my other pants/shorts. Large may be too big for you.

sclogger 01-22-2014 06:25 AM

I have a 33 inch waist and went with large and glad I did. Mediums would have been uncomftably tight especially after my base and insulation layers.

slyder 01-22-2014 06:25 AM

I own both and find I use the Azzpadz much more just for convenience sake

I have larges and I'm a 36 waist only for the fact I have thigh fitment issues with nearly all 34's. Too many leg days in the gym. The larges are a compression short type fit for me which is what I expected, with a little snugness in the thighs, again, used to this and what I expected.

Buying to small could be quite uncomfortable and 6months, well, that's next season..... just get what fits and some protection you can use now. Then when they are back in stock order them and you'll own both sets and can help others with input like me :D

ThisIsSnow 01-22-2014 12:46 PM

these work pretty well too, I have them and they've definitely saved my ass (literally) a few times this season:

Amazon.com: Hillbilly Impact Shorts: Sports & Outdoors

SnowDogWax 01-22-2014 02:43 PM

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Originally Posted by ThisIsSnow (Post 1459929)
these work pretty well too, I have them and they've definitely saved my ass (literally) a few times this season:

Amazon.com: Hillbilly Impact Shorts: Sports & Outdoors

I have hillbilly shorts also would highly recommend.


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