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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 02-28-2013, 02:22 AM
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I had the Demon skinn. Waste of time. The d30 one looks intriguing, though.
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I ended up buying one of these: Vigilante Light Padded Shorts for Men

They have been perfect. They are not visible, whats so ever.
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I had the Demon skinn. Waste of time. The d30 one looks intriguing, though.
I've owned and returned the demon d3o pants because where the short and the padding join together the material started to develop holes after 2 uses. Gonna try another pair of demon shorts and hopefully this time the material is better than the d3o version.
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I had the same issue with the Demon d30 shorts that j1nftw1n mentioned, after just one day of usage. The size is correct so it is definitely seems like a design flaw, the material they used is just too thin. Called the company and they sent me a new pair, no questions asked. The new pair looks exactly the same so it will most likely fall apart as well. My wife has a pair of their older d30 shorts and you can actually remove the pads if needed. You can't remove the pads in their new design, at least in mens version. They are low profile and are very comfortable but I would look for a different solution. You might want to look into POC VPD shorts (also d30) but I can't comment about their durability.
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I have a pair and I love them. Compression fit, so you gotta be comfortable with that (I'm a cyclist, and compression is all we do), but it's not bulky, great for bloodflow, and most importantly it protects you. Hyperstrong!
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