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Message 3623 (12. Oct. 2007 04:59) (All next previous)

Robert (videos by Robert) (pictures by Robert)
Says all sales are final too. :-(
I am surprised to hear that. I ordered some wrist guards from Bill and they were too small. I asked to exchange them and he let me. At first he asked me to pay shipping and I said no and he was cool about it. I personally liked dealing with him, but admit that I don't use the wristguards because they rub between my finger and thumb. He can make custom pads according to your measurements. I would suggest e-mailing him and coming to a compromise. See if he can make a custom pair that will fit you perfectly. I don't get your question about knee gaskets? You can wear them anytime.

: : One of the derby girls told me she doesnt recommend them anymore cause hes so overloaded that the quality's gone way down. Her wrist guards fell apart immediately. Well, I got my elbows. The top strap is a touch short, they are BLUE, I asked for black then mentioned yellow maybe in an email but said black is great too. I never mentioned blue ever. The stitching is messy but that doesnt bother me so much if they fit well. When I put them on the spandex part inside bunches up. They fit a touch better then the s-ones but not by much, still spin a touch and are less flexible (its hard to bend my arm!) and not really much thicker. I waited several weeks for these and now I'm dissappointed. I might have to keep them since I'm unemployed and cant afford to play mail tag. I did email him about the blue deal!
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: : But are there other kiddie elbow pads out there that are decent though? I'm very disappointed in these and probably wont do this again. It was a big deal just to do the money order thing.
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: : Also, in the winter, how do you wear the knee gaskets? Or do you just wear wide legged pants?
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