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    sixsixone padlock review.

    for 25 bucks you cant go wrong. They are very easy to slide over your pads. The padlocks are made out of I think armorex which is very tuff and lasts long. when they are on your pads it feels like you have on sk8ter knee pads. they really keep the knee pad part of your pads from moving around. the only down side to them is that if you have long legs they are a little short but I have found that to be true with allmost all of the sixsixone pads imo. if you have large race or race light pads and the are a litte bit big around the top strap dont buy the small/med padlock the large one works fine
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