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Old 01-21-2011, 01:25 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone think that the Nike Pro Combat shorts would provide good enough protection versus other impact shorts?

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Old 01-21-2011, 06:32 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I wear Nike Pro Combat Vis-Deflex shorts and they do a decent job. It didn't help much when I randomly ate it on a rail last weekend. I'm still hurting 5 days later.

I plan on buying Forcefield Action Shorts.

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Old 01-21-2011, 07:45 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I wear Nike Pro Combat Vis-Deflex shorts and they do a decent job. It didn't help much when I randomly ate it on a rail last weekend. I'm still hurting 5 days later.

I plan on buying Forcefield Action Shorts.

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If you get the Forcefield, you should get the Action Pro instead of the Action sports. The pro stuff is better, 4 layers (100 joules) and CE2 certified, Sports is only 2 layers
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Thanks a lot. I'll take a look into those.
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If you get the Forcefield, you should get the Action Pro instead of the Action sports. The pro stuff is better, 4 layers (100 joules) and CE2 certified, Sports is only 2 layers
The pro was a little thick for my liking. I already feel like a marshmallow with my Forcefield Pro Sub 4 back protector. BTW, do you ride?
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The pro was a little thick for my liking. I already feel like a marshmallow with my Forcefield Pro Sub 4 back protector. BTW, do you ride?
Yeah, what kind of bike do you have?
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