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    "Underwear" with BUTT & Side pads?

    So far everywhere I look the butt pads are not part of the side/crash pad underwear config?

    I know there must be a brand that has pads in both spots, who?
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    Rockgardn CYA Padded Shorts > Apparel > Shorts > Liners | Jenson USA

    Hip VPD 2.0 Shorts - POC

    Fox Titan/Launch if you can still find them.

    Not sure what you mean by butt pads, but all the above have chamois pads plus hip/thigh protection.

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    Zoic makes a hip and thigh padded liner for men and women. I've never used this product but it looks good

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    I have an older 661 set with side, and butt/tailbone pads. super cheap too

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    Your post is unclear. If by "butt pad" you mean protection for the tailbone, then there are lots of options. If you mean the chamois, there are even more options. If you mean padding across your whole backside like the hip padding, I've never seen that, you should invent it and maybe you'll get rich.

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    I wear these on rocky lift-serviced trails: Alpinestars MTB Bionic Men's Shorts | Competitive Cyclist

    I cannot pedal properly with a tailbone pad so I don't wear them any other time. Most people probably feel the same, so think carefully before you buy.

    I have some KTM-branded MX liner shorts that have hip pad and chamois. Those work good for rocky & high speed trails that do have pedaling, worn underneath these: SP247 Short | Royal 2014

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    Quote Originally Posted by stew325 View Post
    I have an older 661 set with side, and butt/tailbone pads. super cheap too
    I have a pair of these too. Still going strong 5 years later and I even use them for our weekly pick up hockey games during winter. I saw a pair of the POC shorts at the LBS yesterday and they must weigh 3x more than the 661 shorts.

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    Troy Lee makes shorts that have tailbone/outer thigh/hip padding, with a chamois crotch pad - the "BP 7605." Also, Crash Pads offers the "1300" that has hp, thigh, and crotch padding (no tailbone). G-Form also updated their "PRO-B" shorts, which have thigh, hip, tailbone, and crotch padding.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ColinL View Post
    I wear these on rocky lift-serviced trails: Alpinestars MTB Bionic Men's Shorts | Competitive Cyclist

    I cannot pedal properly with a tailbone pad so I don't wear them any other time. Most people probably feel the same, so think carefully before you buy.

    I have some KTM-branded MX liner shorts that have hip pad and chamois. Those work good for rocky & high speed trails that do have pedaling, worn underneath these: SP247 Short | Royal 2014
    What I can't seem to work out is the term "tail bone" with the Alpinestars. Are they referring to the crotch as well as the very lower back?

    While I'm at it, are there any outerwear shorts with the padding already build into it?

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