| - nickjones0229 6/06/12 reply|
this is my first year playing im 138 pounds 5 '10 and 14 what size should i get?
| - H'vegas Lax 2/22/12 reply|
im attack and they protect fine.. as long as you dont mind some bruises get em
| - tg2lax 12/31/11 reply|
what size should i get I'm 16 about 6'0" 160 and decent build. should i go with mediums or large?
| - Crowhurst15 9/08/11 reply|
All purpose middy tough all i didnt like about it is how big they are I freakin love these and they are cheap
| - superstar_midi 9/05/11 reply|
i am a middi i have had these for almost a year i played in spring and summer and these have held up very well and still provide decent protection and are very comtfy
| - 1laxal1 6/13/11 reply|
Just got these. They remind of my friends LoPros. These are definitely are a good buy.
| - LaXiNaToR21 6/11/11 reply|
got mine todayhave a little bit of slide but otherwise great pads i love em
| - LaXiNaToR21 6/10/11 reply|
Just got mine today and theyre awesome. No pinch, no burn. The only tiny downside is the top inside strap minimizes the flexibility by the smallest fraction ever, so it doesnt really matter
| - 1laxal1 6/09/11 reply|
Im buying these. Out of 5 stars what would you give these? If you have any other arm pad recommendations please say so.
| - superstar_midi 12/23/11 reply|
yes these r good for a beginner they r cheap, comfty and provide pretty good protection
| - Im Pro 3/02/11 reply|
these or the attack. I do play middie but like the extra protection as long as its not tight. Or should i get the Brine Dozer
| - ezlogar 4/23/11 reply|
i play middie too i preferrably find attack pads bulky and unnecessary id go with these i just ordered them for my birthday
| - Crowhurst15 2/03/11 reply|
Okay so I got these and there pretty good they are really light and flexible but one of mine squeek real bad is that normal and will it go away with time because they are really good and I would hate to have to get a new pair i like them.