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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 04-18-2010, 11:50 AM Thread Starter
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Pro-Tec vs. Skeletools

Anyone have experience with both? What are some pros and cons?

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The Pro-Tecs are alright. I had a pair, but I ripped the ass out of them on a pretty good fall. I'm going with Skeletools for my next pair.
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Hey guys, can anyone help me with the Skeletool fit?

How stretchy are the shorts in the waist and thigh?

I'm asking because I'm 5'7" and 135lbs but my rear and thighs are pretty massive from playing soccer so I'm afraid that the Small will be overly constrictive on those parts.

If I go with a Medium, will the pads move around because of the extra room? If I wear a Medium with my size 28 waist, will the pants tighten to create a snug fit with the spandex material? Or will they be loose?

Thanks for your help
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