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Discussion: Knee protection
|April 23, 2009|
Just had TKR a few months ago and am looking to get some good knee protection. Maybe someone knows of a good product they use and can recommend. I spoke with Roster10 today and he uses the plastic knee pads found in Lowes, he is a little unsure what the protecive value is if the pad is hit hard and square on. Hopefully he will never find out. I plan on returning to play, again hopefully in tourney play, maybe to pitch some and dodging bullets at 3rd. (). In any case what have you guys found out about some good knee protection.
|April 24, 2009|
Great talking to you yesterday -I spoke
to one of our players in our league who recommends from sports Authority The Youth Baseball Shin Guard for around $29.00+. He is a big person and he said they will fit.They are durable and he has been hit hard a few times and they rose to the occasion in protecting him.The ones I use are plastic and I am weaning on buying what he told me.I am not sure my guards will do the job.Keep in touch!!
|April 24, 2009|
|good buy rooster & don.. have the same guards|
|April 25, 2009|
|Thanks Vinny & Rooster. I will try them out, for $30, very cheap insurance to keep the bionic knee from injury. I tried on the pads from Lowes, put had a sudden urge to install tile or carpet :) |
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