Reviews: Condor Quick Release Spec Op Tactical Knee Pads - Black

$19.95

8 Customer Reviews
Model: KP-KP2-BK
Location: D7-077 WO11-08

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by Chris F. on 2014-06-28 11:22:25
"These are the only knee pads I've gotten and I'm happy with them but I will probably try another pair eventually. I"m a skinny guy with skinny legs and these things slide quite a bit on me. I run like crazy when I play and after every run these things are at my shins. The reason being is that the velcro on the back to tighten it doesn't extend far enough for me. I tried sewing on extra velco to the straps but they ripped off while playing.

Besides me being to skinny for them, they are really good keen pads and fit comfortably when they are on. I crawl and slide often and they definitely help protect my knees and they can take a beating.

Pros:
Comfy
Look cool
Built well
Great protection
Quick detach and attach is really nice feature

Cons:
Not made for skinny legs like mine (I think I'll quit skipping leg day lol)

Overall:
4/5 Only because they just aren't meant for me but the quality is great and price is on point.
by Devon O. on 2014-05-22 15:47:38
"Ok, so i got these two days ago, and first, DO NOT try to slide with these. I tried it myself, and i tripped on my knees, causing me to fall flat on my face. so, unless you have the money to replace anything damaged, DO NOT, i repeat, DO NOT try to slide on these.

Ok, on with the review.

First, these are very nice. when i got them in the mail, i tried them on, and they felt so much better than my other knee pads. A good trick i found out is that if they ever slip from your knees, then criss - cross the buckle straps. they hold themselves up this way.

Pros: Cheap, comfortable, nice protection for the single joints you will ever recieve.
Cons: the hard plastic on the front molds kinda easily, though your pair may vary.

Overall, a very good alternative to the more expensive options.
by Matthew G. on 2013-09-10 06:22:03
"OK first off, i bought these for a g36 load out. They are good knee pads for the price. I would suggest them to anyone looking for a good pair of knee pads.

pros:
Cheap
They stay in place.


cons:
Little to no padding on the inside
Not really a con, but if you have meaty legs like i do, they will be slightly uncomfortable.

other thoughts:
like i stated above, for the price you can't beat them. If you have a little extra money then go for a pair of neoprene pads. I bought a pair of blackhawk knee pads and they are wonderful. Still, enough of my 2 cent buy em from evike.
by Joshua W. on 2013-08-29 18:55:41
"They can move a little from sprinting, but if you tighten them up between skirmishes, they'll be fine.

Other than that, these are great knee pads. If you play indoor of in urban scenarios, knee pads are necessary so you don't land on a bb when you drop to the concrete. Easy on and off. I have no complaints for this price.
by Vincent L. on 2012-06-03 17:58:11
"Pros:
-Protects You pretty nicely
-Can be abused in the battle field and will still work fine
-Doesn't slip off of my knees when running/sprinting :D

Cons:
-Too thick, sometimes you can't feel the bb hitting you


Overall, great buy!
by Tam N. on 2012-02-25 11:08:57
"No more tearing off your Velcro straps with these!
by Scott L. on 2011-12-10 08:03:58
"Awesome pads. they sit and place well for awhile and take some pretty nasty impacts without hurting your knees. i added a little extra velcro to the straps to make the pads sit tighter to my leg and now they never fall off for hours of intense running and dodging. the quick release is sturdy and efficient.

you will not have to replace these pads for a year or two, and for the price they definitely come out on top.
by Clinton J. on 2011-01-11 14:29:27
"Extremely comfortable, easy to put on and take off. Doesn't slide down your leg while running/moving either. GREAT price as well!

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