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Demon Snow's low-profile Flexforce Pro Low—because the last think you want to invoke in the terrain park is a patronizing man-version of Baby Got Back.

High-density foam in the Demon Snow Flexforce Pro Low shorts absorbs the shock of impact when you go big and don't quite sticking your landing. The Flexforce Pro Low's Lycra and spandex fabric keeps the padding in place, so the butt padding doesn't sagg down between your knees. Thanks to ultra low-profile pads, the Flexforce shorts won't make it look like you have an extraordinary amount of junk in your trunk.

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5 5

Work great!!

I got these not too long ago and just tried them out at blue mountain. They fit really nice and falling on the ass even at really fast speed is nothing anymore. Basically, a very nice set of impact shorts, good fit good protection for a good price, thanks!

5 5

last pair you will buy....

all I want to say is these will be the last pair of board shorts you will buy... finally a pair of pads that DON'T SUCK.... pads stay in place and don't float all over the place. extreme low profile, so everyone doesnt have to know your wearing them...lol

2 5

Eh.

Keep in mind that I didn't take these out on the mountain. I tested them under very simplistic conditions: I punched myself in the thigh and the ass, both with and without the impact shorts. Noticeable difference, but definitely not $55 worth. The padding is comprised entirely of gel, with no hard cap on the exterior. They are very low-profile, but how much does that really mean if they're functionally useless?