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Old December 14th, 2011, 08:10 AM
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Default Warrior Projekt vs. Nike/Bauer Pro Defender shoulder pads

Hello all,

I'm having a tough time deciding which one of these to get as my second set. I have a pair of RBK/Jofa 5Ks that I wear for league games, but I wanted a lighter pair for pick up games.

I like how light the Pro Defenders are and I also like that they come cheap. However, I play defense and occasionally get some shots flying my way, so I like the fact that the Projekts are light but offer a little more protection although they will cost a little more.

Anyone have any feedback or suggestions about either? I know all of the tough guys out there will just say not to wear any at all, but I've had shoulder issues in the past and need to wear something.

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Old June 22nd, 2012, 05:53 PM
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get the projekts i've heard theyre really mobile and offer a lot of flexibility while still providing protection
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