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Discussion in 'Gear & Equipment Discussion' started by Ghosted-Barra, Jun 20, 2008.

  1. Ghosted-Barra Orange Belt

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    I am not sure which to go with of these 3, so if you have any experience with any please give me some feedback. I am mainly a gi player, so the thickness part of the pad is important. Thanks for the help.

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    Brute EXO
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    Brute Equalizer
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    lastly, the Adidas
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  2. Ghosted-Barra Orange Belt

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  3. justinnnn Sherdog's resident expert

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    someone is hell bent on Shopping at Budo Videos. The first Brute is for people with Knee injuries. THe 3rd looks to be more for volleyball. The 2nd is your Grade A choice.
     
  4. ki76 White Belt

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    I use the adidas, it has gel, really comfortable and no real problems with it sliding down your knee.
     
  5. Fozzy1 Guest

    i might get those Brute ones if they are for knee injury people. I'm having knee surgery this wednesday.

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  6. Tone C Silver Belt

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    Eye surgery,knee surgery,you gonna be like the 6 million dollar Foz soon.
     
  7. Ghosted-Barra Orange Belt

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    Is there something that you would recommend over these?
     
  8. Fozzy1 Guest

    eye surgery is not until atleast 4 years away lol.

    ~Foz
     
  9. black koala Banned Banned

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    Asics Unrestrained Knee pads. Best knee pads I have ever used.​
     
  10. Gordinho Green Belt

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    source?
     
  11. tahoe Yellow Belt

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    Just an FYI I have a friend who is putting out a new knee sleeve designed exclusively for grappling. It is going to be thin and elastic and have a thin silicon padding on the knee. I have tried the prototype and it is pretty good. He is selling it on the grapplesock.com website soon. No i don't get any commission just an FYI.
     
  12. JDV5811 Purple Belt

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    try the asics hex pads. should be near the volley ball section in a sports authority etc.
     
  13. changes2008 Orange Belt

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    If I were to buy new knee pads, I would buy some that can breathe.
     

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