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Want to buy sheets of D3o for custom padding...

...any one know if this is possible? I know D3o doesn't sell directly to the end user.

I want to cut up the material and make custom padding.

The best I can find is this (I'd prefer larger sheets):

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What are you planning on doing? Wrapping it around your Johnson?
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What are you planning on doing? Wrapping it around your Johnson?
Million dollar idea there. Pig in a blanket.

Nah, I like to customize my body armor. Adding or removing pads and the like.
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It would probably be cheaper and easier to just buy Demon's FlexForce D3O.

http://www.demonsnow.com/store/DS163...orce%20X%20d3o

It has D3O protection and the pads are removable so you can customize it. The same is with a lot of Demon's protection products so check them out. They might have what you're in need of.
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just heads up, i don't think every padded area uses d3o for demon products.

I believe for the shorts only the tailbone area uses d3o while the other padded areas are foam. for the top i read the spine and elbows have d3o while other parts are foam as well. Just watch the product videos before making your purchase because the guy goes into pretty good detail as far as what type of padding is where
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I'm trying to do the same thing

I know I'm late to reply but have you found any success yet? What have you made till now?
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You know I was wondering the same. But I also want to know it's possible to thermomold it somehow to give it a custom shape..
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You know I was wondering the same. But I also want to know it's possible to thermomold it somehow to give it a custom shape..
We should come together and build a custom armor, d3o padding all over! Any ideas how can we melt the d3o pads and mould it back?
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