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post #91 of 96 (permalink) Old 01-22-2014, 07:33 PM
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OMG....

I was learning to butter last weekend and was doing pretty well until the board caught and edge and I fell on my ass. My tailbone hurts like a mother now.

I want to get some crash protection and did a search. This thread popped up.

After 3 years, is the consensus still to go w/ azzpads? Or is there a better/cheaper player out there now?
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post #92 of 96 (permalink) Old 01-23-2014, 05:58 PM
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Who knew? I had two snowboard sessions last weekend (my first) and still cannot sit...
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Demon d3o impact shorts. Bomb.

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I use these:
Demon Snow Shield Short Hardtail - Men's | Dogfunk.com

And I have the azzpadz, they both feel like you are carrying a load in your shorts but the demon shorts are much more comfortable.
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Hillbilly Impact Shorts have worked great for me the last two years
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I suggest getting the demon and remove thigh hard shell, just keep the tail bone hard shell on. That's what I do when working on boxes.
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