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March 1, 2013
Dogfunk is by far the most inept online product sales company I have ever had the misfortune of dealing with. I ordered these shorts over a month ago. First they shipped the wrong product to the wrong address. So after an address change I had to do a return. Then they re-shipped my order to the wrong address, again. I still haven't received these shorts, who knows if they're ever coming.
This website sucks, use Amazon instead.
December 15, 2010
These pads are legit..when you're walking around you tend to notice a bit, but on the outside no one has a clue you're rockin em. Looks aside, my park is practically all ice at times, so sometimes landings aren't always so smooth and my day is over. That's no longer the case...these pads have saved my a** (literally)!!
These are my first pair, are they suppose to fit snug? I just copped a Medium and according to sizing chart i'm about right but they are way loose around the quads but are snug around the waist...Thanks for any input...
March 25, 2011
Hit the gym and squat it out because apparently your legs are twigs!
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February 15, 2012
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March 5, 2009
for the guy below me...i dont think u understand..this is an impact clothing...as in- it absorbs your fall...regardless of whether u can touch your fingers through it, it still sucks up the impact. there's a difference between constantly pushing it with your own force but one quick impact is gonna be a whole lot different..was going on a rail with these and the rail was plastic on the top and wasn't covered in snow so..it was either fall or fall...and the really saved my but when i took a harsh crack on the ass...but yes they do help more than u think
None on order right now.
January 18, 2010
Joel Bomber Christensen
February 25, 2010
Been using these for a couple of weeks now, and they´re great. They absorb punches to my behind in the quarters, together with the knee-pads from Pro-Tech... feels comfortable, and feels safe.
These are NOT hard shells, they are soft padding to absorb shocks :)
are these to be used as boxers like a first layer?? or over something
December 9, 2009
definately need some droors under
January 3, 2010
My buddy has a pair of 'crash-pads' (essentially the same thing but just made by a different company). He wears his boxers and long underwear (if he needs them) under his crash pads, then his pants on over his crash pads. This makes it easier for changing into and out of them. Also, if you scare the crap outta yourself, you wont leave evidence in your hip pads ;). Hope this helps.
December 11, 2009
February 11, 2011
I snowboarded with these for two weeks, after already having done one week of snowboard.
These are definitely an improvement, and they make sure your ass won't be so sore you can't ride the next day, but falling with these is definitely still quite painful.
I fell ALOT. my ass hurt ALOT. Undoubtedly, it would hurt alot more had I not worn these, but had I known the actual quality of these - I wouldv'e coughed up another 20 or 30 dollars for some real ass protection.
I'm a skinny guy, I need bum protection, These pads do not make the grade, sadly. I don't have a basis for comparison, but I still can't recommend these.
February 2, 2010
They dont feel like they can cushion much, but they work. Used them today in the park to try some new stuff and they help you ride away from some bad decisions. They help a lot, I will most likely be sore tomorrow but atleast I will be able to walk. The tale bone padding is not as thick as it should be, it protects the hips well if you take a nasty slam on a rail. Only reason they dont get 5 stars is they make you look like jlo. I would only wear them when you are trying new stuff or trying to go bigger.
June 10, 2009
These things suck so bad anybody who likes them has never taken a hard fall! I got them for Christmas, used them for a season, and gave them away the first chance I got.
The material is comfy but it's hard to make a useful protective device that also hides under a layer of clothing. There's a reason that helmets are big and bulky, they are made to be effective. These shorts are made simply to look cool and ease your mom's worrysom thoughts.
Save your money and try not to fall on your tail bone cause thats the only reason you are contemplaiting this purchase. THESE SHORTS DONT WORK
January 4, 2009
These are a joke. I bought them when I was learning snowboarding and they don't help one bit. The ONLY thing they do is keep your butt warm when sitting on the snow. If you ever see them in person then squeeze the foam, its so soft you can easily touch your fingers together. Now imagine how that's supposed to help when you fall, even from a standstill. IT DOESN'T!!
January 5, 2011
i've been snowboarding a long time. my park is always icy. smashing my ass off the ground after a jump used to suck so bad and end my day. i fell last week off a 40 foot kicker while spinning a 720, and i bounced right back up. normally that would leave me sitting there and i would be pissed. they are SO nice and you don't even notice they're on you. these pads definately work, and everyone who rides in the park and hit their ass should get a pair.