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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-12-2013, 07:41 PM Thread Starter
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Thanks for helping me out yet again!
Knox Aegis 7 plate back protector and Knox Sport chest protector.
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post #2 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-13-2013, 02:37 AM
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That is the exact same combination of Chest/Back protector that i race in. Excellent shit.

I wear the Knox Handroids though.
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I think I have the Aegis 8/9 () back protector, and Handroids like PB&Toejam does, and I can attest they work great! Back protector saved my back in my off, and the gloves saved my hands. I wouldn't hesitate to re-purchase those products.
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post #4 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-13-2013, 11:47 AM
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Absolutely.

I can honestly say I will never race in anything other than Handroids.

Sponsorship or not, I won't race in anything else. I have tried lots, and crashed in several, and they are by far the best gloves on the market IMO.
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That is the exact same combination of Chest/Back protector that i race in. Excellent shit.

I wear the Knox Handroids though.






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I think I have the Aegis 8/9 () back protector, and Handroids like PB&Toejam does, and I can attest they work great! Back protector saved my back in my off, and the gloves saved my hands. I wouldn't hesitate to re-purchase those products.
Say wuhh!!
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I got them too!

Thanks to you "PB&Toejam" for your reviews of the back and chest protector, I got them too. And also your requirement of gloves needing palm sliders ... That also became a requirement for me too.
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And thanks to Brandon and Jason @ ESS Tee Gee .. I got the best customer service one can ask for!
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Say wuhh?



What is confusing?
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What is confusing?
Lol more of a statement then question.
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Thanks for the shout out and the repeat business! Glad you like your stuff.

Get any decent riding in with those Archers yet?

It's in the 20's here this week. How about you?
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post #9 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 12:13 AM
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Say wuhh!!
I got them too!

Thanks to you "PB&Toejam" for your reviews of the back and chest protector, I got them too.

And also your requirement of gloves needing palm sliders ... That also became a requirement for me too.
Nice!

Glad I could help. I wish somebody would have stressed the palm slider to me back in 2009...i likely wouldnt have this Ti plate and 9 screws in my left wrist.
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Handroids and Aegis back protector here too. From Brandon at STG!
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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-19-2013, 10:46 AM Thread Starter
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Nice!

Glad I could help. I wish somebody would have stressed the palm slider to me back in 2009...i likely wouldnt have this Ti plate and 9 screws in my left wrist.
Even though I haven't crash tested the gloves, I just want to thank you many times more for the review! It will save my wrist, arms, and shoulder in the future.
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Even though I haven't crash tested the gloves, I just want to thank you many times more for the review! It will save my wrist, arms, and shoulder in the future.
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