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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 01-16-2011, 10:58 AM Thread Starter
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Best Crash Pants?

Hello all,

I'm looking for some crashpants, because I hate the pain of falling right down at my tailbone. Besides those tailbone-crashes I like the added protection to my upper legs. My question is about your experience with crash-pants. RED makes some pants with d3o material, does that work like they promise it does?

And what about the casual soft padding with hardshell tailbone-protection? Do you guys notice difference between the more expensive and the cheapiest ones?

Thanks in advance!
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i got my little bro in law (11 yo)the red crash pads that are like board shorts with padding built into the tailbone and hips areas. i asked him and he said they made a big difference. i personally dont wear any so i have no first hand experience.

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Anyone experience with the RED Total Impact Short with D3o? I'm interested in those, but I'm afraid the D3o doesn't offer enough protection...
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