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Attack Arm Guards

Postby DanSawyer Fri Feb 25, 2011 1:25 am

What do people recommend? I'm after full-length good protection as the priority but preferably something a bit more flexible than my current barrels.
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Re: Attack Arm Guards

Postby JamesA Fri Feb 25, 2011 2:18 pm

I bought some STX Cells just before the end of last season. They have a small tear in them after a pretty gruelling year of schedules/tournaments/friendlies - but that was mostly because someone coerced it into ripping...

Apart from that, they have been awesome, don't slip down, really solid protection, and can't really feel them on the arm when playing. They dont quite cover full arm but if you have shoulders and wrist guards on the gloves then you are only looking at a teeny bit exposed. definitely recommended.
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Re: Attack Arm Guards

Postby Paul_lboro/wildcats Fri Feb 25, 2011 3:49 pm

JamesA wrote:I bought some STX Cells just before the end of last season. They have a small tear in them after a pretty gruelling year of schedules/tournaments/friendlies - but that was mostly because someone coerced it into ripping...

Apart from that, they have been awesome, don't slip down, really solid protection, and can't really feel them on the arm when playing. They dont quite cover full arm but if you have shoulders and wrist guards on the gloves then you are only looking at a teeny bit exposed. definitely recommended.


Exactly the same endorsement. Love my STX Cells and believe me I'm always in a position where my arms are being beaten on. Great elbow protection.
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Re: Attack Arm Guards

Postby Princess Fri Feb 25, 2011 4:31 pm

Paul_lboro/wildcats wrote:
JamesA wrote:I bought some STX Cells just before the end of last season. They have a small tear in them after a pretty gruelling year of schedules/tournaments/friendlies - but that was mostly because someone coerced it into ripping...

Apart from that, they have been awesome, don't slip down, really solid protection, and can't really feel them on the arm when playing. They dont quite cover full arm but if you have shoulders and wrist guards on the gloves then you are only looking at a teeny bit exposed. definitely recommended.


Exactly the same endorsement. Love my STX Cells and believe me I'm always in a position where my arms are being beaten on. Great elbow protection.


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Re: Attack Arm Guards

Postby lax_mad_webborn Mon Mar 07, 2011 12:56 pm

Warrior Tank arm guards for me
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Re: Attack Arm Guards

Postby julius125 Mon Mar 07, 2011 2:41 pm

Gait Recon Arm Guards, solid as hell with hard plastic built in to them, and really light and flexible too!
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Re: Attack Arm Guards

Postby Hickey7 Mon Mar 07, 2011 8:51 pm

I've got some gait box pads. Love em to bits,amazingly protective and super lightweight with no real restriction once stretched in. - only $20 i believe or so.
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