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No one wants to sit on an inflatable doughnut for a week.

Wear the Demon Snow Women's Flex Force Pro Low under your snowboard pants when you plan to ride dangerously, and end the day with fewer bruises and an intact tailbone. These impact shorts feature removable foam pads that protect high-impact areas like your hips and butt.
  • Low-profile padding, so you get protection without the football-player look
  • Lace trim on the shorts' hems makes them seem just a smidgen less like body armor and a bit more like cute undies
  • Double padding in the tailbone region just might save your arse when land short on a 50-foot tabletop jump

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5 5

lace...

okay so yeah joyce is right they make your butt look big. but if they protect you when your throwin down big from hurtin your butt i think it's worth it. i like my pants baggy an they help them stay on better haha. but i love these. fell in the icy pipe on my butt... didn't hurt at all except my pride a lil bit. and i think it's so funny they make these like sexy with the little lace on the top and bottom haha

4 5

awesome

i'd injured my tailbone ages ago & it's still tender if I sit just so.. And I know I'll be down a lot snowboarding. This padded armor protects well enough I could even do 100 crunches without a twinge of pain! impressed me enough, anyway, I might use it for other workout/sports.

it's a nice touch with the lacy bits making it look more like underwear than crazy football padding. Still, glad I got a size up in Snowboard pants to better hide the protective bumps. (Cuz some women still care about having "panty lines", right? =o)

Only downside I've come across so far is the slippage of the ribbon back into the hole. A minor thing, but I like the snug-fit feel of the tied ribbon. After fishing it back out, I just made a couple knots...

3 5

hum ... what should I say ....

it doesn't seem a bad product, although I returned it. It made me look like I have hippo's butt. Give 3 stars because I haven't really tried its function yet, it just doesn't make me look good, that's all.