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They do challenge me to get into the snowboarding pants a bit, but they protect my bum and hips from hard crashes.
The pads have a tendency to slip around and I have to pull the entire short up more than I would like but they serve the greater good of protecting my behind.
This product is of very good quality, fitting well, giving a very good protection without a big volume under the clothes.
Wish the paddings were a little bit bigger
But it saved my bum a few times..
It is good but I think its not worth the price tag
The sizing chart was way off .
I wear a size 38 waist pant , and these were to fit 34 to 38 . But their chart they shouldn't be able to fall down to my knees which they did... Read more
I just started snowboarding and being on the east coast means a lot of time on my butt.
This thing is surprisingly not bulky, I get perfect mobility and enough padding... Read more
They do what they advertised to do. I wear them skateboarding and they have saved me from many bruises. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Donovan Zimmerman
This winter i decided to take up snowboarding, and have been reminded that i am not an athelete by any means. End result: I fall, a lot. Read morePublished 1 month ago by K. Martin
If you're looking for rear impact protection the T8 Bumsaver leaves a lot to be desired. There's a strip of foam padding running through the middle but no padding for you... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Wayne
These work well. I have broken my tailbone 3x and these give me all the protection and comfort I have been looking for all these years. Read morePublished 2 months ago by PB
As other reviewers said, you have to stop often to pull up the Bumsaver as the elastic band is insufficient. NEEDS TO HAVE DRAWSTRING. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Joel C Glasson
I am almost seventy and heal slowly when I bust it on my K2 inlines, a more frequent occurrence that I would like to admit. Read morePublished 3 months ago by G. W. Lumm