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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 12-21-2011, 08:29 PM Thread Starter
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How big of a difference is there with skeletools?

Hi,

So I bought some RED Total Impact Shorts because I've had some nasty wipes right on the back of my hip in my mid-lower ass. I found I go out to the park, try something, new slam my constantly painful ass, and end up psyching myself out for the rest of the day. I just tried them on and the seem like they'd do very little for protection. I looked around on here for a bit and it seems that skeletools have gotten a really good reputation. I was wondering if they would be an amazing difference compared to what I have, and if it would be worth having to order them and return my RED shorts?

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So I found out where i fall is known as the "seat bone" and would like to add how is the protection there?
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