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Vaughn Custom Sports 7990 Knee & Thigh Guard

The Vaughn VKP 7990 Knee/Thigh Guard features a three section main body design for flexibility. Molded high-density plastic inserts provide impact protection and they wrap around the leg for complete coverage. An additional molded Double Shield plastic and HD foam protector sits atop the lower knee and thigh for maximum coverage and impact resistance. Wide inside knee area with half-inch thick padding to reduce side knee impacts. The interior of the knee area is lined with synthetic leather for durability and slip resistance. Addtional nylon webbing loops at the top of the thigh can be laced with skate lacing to help tie the units in place and keep them from slipping.Adult Sizing - one size fits all for ages 14 to Adult.
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How to keep from slipping?
These knee pads are constently hindering my movement and causing me alot of discomfort how can I keep the from sliding besides taping them and without holding them up with skate laces?
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Age: 13-18
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
asked 2 years, 8 months ago
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Anonymous
 - Chicago
on 7990 Knee & Thigh Guard
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answer 1
you can stitch or tape up the elastic bands to make them fit your legs better (if they are too big).
Also I used a player jock that has the velcro option at the bottom of them and used some lace to tie the knee protectors a loop at the top, then put them into the player pants (I removed the cup and used that in my goalie cup for double protection) and that kept them up better.
I'd go with the revoke option that lacesinto the pad and has elastic bottom to allow movement and still keep the knee protection on the knee.
Skill Level: Advanced
Gender: Male
Frequency: 2-5 times per week
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answered 2 years, 4 months ago
by
goaliedude
answer 2
You could get a garter belt to help keep the knee guards, but there aren't many other options. I have found with these knee guards that the intermediate fits my leg better than the senior and does not slip.
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answered 2 years, 8 months ago
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