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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-21-2009, 07:45 PM
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Butt pads

So after today of landing on my butt 3 times all from 2-3 foot drops i think its a good idea to get some protection. Any recommendations for butt pads? I'm pretty much looking for something that offers good protection while still being low profile and not uncomfortable.
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-21-2009, 07:49 PM
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Demon Shield Low Hardtail Padded Shorts, 2009

I take the thigh plates off, but leave the hardtail pad on. Worth its weight in gold, has saved my ass more times than Preparation H.
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CBSSportsStore.com - McDavid Adult HexPad Football Compression Girdle

mcdavid football hexpad girdle. have used it for a while now. comfy all day, and it keeps you dry. (the pic shows it with thigh pads, but it does not come with those) pretty cheap too. all the padding is really flexible you really kinda forget you have it on
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after bashing my butt again or the rock hard manmade snow and pulling my hip last week I wimped out and got some RED total impact shorts R.E.D. Protection . I'm still healing so I'll let you know next week how they work out
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crash pads 1600 are the best. low pro and fit well.
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check out crash pads- www,crash-pads.com - good tailbone and hip protection dont restrict movement. style 2500 and 6100 and 2200 are the best i think.
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oops i messed up the address - Home they original manufactures of crash pads.
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Demon Shield Low Hardtail Padded Shorts, 2009

I take the thigh plates off, but leave the hardtail pad on. Worth its weight in gold, has saved my ass more times than Preparation H.
Do they restrict your movement?
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no. Made to be restriction free- that is what is different about them. each pad is scored for flexibility where you actually move.
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I run some sixsixone pads theyre great, plus they keep your butt warmer everytime you sit on the snow
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