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Aerostich TF5 Transit Hip Pads #1105

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Transit hip pads and sleeves Review by Ed
Bought new Darien pants. Awesome pants! Wanted hip pads for them so I ordered a pair of the TF5 transit pads like I have been using in my Roadcrafter pants. Same great product. Have not crash tested these and hope I do not but have been down a little in dirt in the Roadcrafter. All is well and I like this product as it is not bulky like the original ones. Good stuff! (Posted on 3/21/14)
added to 1 piece suit Review by Allen
I am 6' and 180# and had these added to a decade old textile suit. Pads generously cover hip/upper outer thigh. To protect my financial investment and ensure proper placement in garment, I found Lizzy Leathers via online search to effectivley install product using sewn to suit heavy duty Velcro. (Posted on 1/25/13)
Aerostich TF5 Transit Hip Pads Review by Thomas
Just what my skinny hips ordered. Good fit. Good protection. (Posted on 11/27/12)

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Which Hip Impact Pad?

I use the smaller TF 5 hip pads (8 1/2"h x 6 1/4"w), with optional sleeves in my Roadcrafter one piece. They are the easiest to manipulate my hand around to get into my pants pockets. (To reach a wallet or whatever.) And of the two versions of the larger size TF3 pads (9 3/4"h x 10"w), the curved ones with the hard shells fit and function a little better -- but the flat ones are by far the best-seller. As far as protecting your hips from impacts they're all roughly similar, with the curved hard shell and TF5 models being slightly better. So if you want bigger and better, go with the curved hard shell model. For optimum street-pant access, the TF5 model. And for effective lower-cost protection, it's the flat ones.

Mr. Subjective 2012
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