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The Seirus Super Padded Protective Shorts provide super protection for your butt, tail-bone and hips. They are made mostly of 4-way stretch Lycra which unlike a tailored garment fits snuggly all over. The padding provides protection for the bum, tail bone, & hips. The padding is both breathable and removable and insulates against snow when sitting. There is no padding on the front and the shorts are about 1/2" to 5/8" thick and fit comfortably under pants. This bum protector has removable breathable pads. The shorts do double duty in that they also insulate against snow when sitting. Padding is less than an inch thick so they should not be noticeable under loose fitting clothes. They have a comfortable waist band with draw cord. Color is black. These pants are Unisex and stretch to accommodate different shapes.
Brought it for my first snow boarding trip and it cushioned me quite a bit as I was learning how to snowboard! Read morePublished 3 months ago by jac
The size fit right, good material to protect the important parts. I trust amazon.com. Very realizable and price reasonable!
Buy it if you are learning how to snowboard. Don't buy it if you like bruises or like feeling the cold snow on your butt while you sit down and take a much needed break. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Duwa
Im using these shorts under regular shorts while dinghy racing.
Perfectly placed padding for sport boats.
The material dries as fast as a swim suit as an added bonus!
looks too expensive for the product's quality, but the time will show if it was a good enough value for money ratePublished 15 months ago by Nico Gold
The pads are not too thick so I'm not sure how effective they will be if I take fall during snowboarding. But for the price I think they are pretty good.Published 16 months ago by Mk_hash
Haven't tested out in the field. Watch out: Sizing is confusing, wife's waist is 29, bought S/M size (30-32) and it is tight! The pull cord has no slack! Read morePublished 16 months ago by D. Chieng