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KW9221

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Re: Most Comfiest pads?
« Reply #45 on: December 26, 2018, 03:17:40 AM »

I am considering the legends for next season as ive read some very good reviews. One question, how do they size up? I am 6 feet tall but prefer a smaller fit, have had to get a small mens in a few brands over the years to get a comfortable fit
Regular size should be good for you. I am about 59 and they fit me just fine.
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Re: Most Comfiest pads?
« Reply #46 on: December 26, 2018, 08:50:16 AM »

Regular size should be good for you. I am about 59 and they fit me just fine.

Great, thankyou
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Re: Most Comfiest pads?
« Reply #47 on: December 26, 2018, 10:40:03 AM »

Bas players were good. Mine are getting a little battered.

As always want to try something new. I think the SS feel way more premium than the BAS pads but didn't like the red colour. Sent them back now. As I'm waiting on unbranded pads from OLS.

Still like my BAS pads but looking for a change... who knows I may come full circle and just get another pair of BAS pads... :s
So in terms of comfort, would you rate sa higher than bas players
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Re: Most Comfiest pads?
« Reply #48 on: December 26, 2018, 04:27:54 PM »

 :( I don't k or anymore... I'm the worst person to ask about pads... after digging my BAS pads out yesterday I remembered why I bought them... they are very light...and comfortable  but SS seem better materials wise..
 :(  I'm pretty confused myself...

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Re: Most Comfiest pads?
« Reply #49 on: December 26, 2018, 04:34:58 PM »

:( I don't k or anymore... I'm the worst person to ask about pads... after digging my BAS pads out yesterday I remembered why I bought them... they are very light...and comfortable  but SS seem better materials wise..
 :(  I'm pretty confused myself...
Send me both your pads to evaluate. I will keep whichever is better.
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Re: Most Comfiest pads?
« Reply #50 on: December 26, 2018, 05:08:53 PM »

The left one and the right one?
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Re: Most Comfiest pads?
« Reply #51 on: January 02, 2019, 09:06:44 AM »

UPDATE: Got delivery from OLS - Order spot on and not messed up - even modified my order via whatsapp. So no complaints here.
1 pair of unbranded pads 25
1 pair of SS DHoni 7 in BAS Players style 28
Shipping 23
Total: 76

Pads:
Very good value for money and rather nice but not in the same quality in comparison to the SS Test Openers and my BAS Players Edition. Although if OLS do not mess up your order they are exceptional value for money, and I do like them. I haven't gotten around to weighing them yet. Will try and do later and update this post. I think I've gone through the new pads drama and have decoded I am using my BAS pads. Unsure what I am doing with these unbranded pads just yet but may end up in the sales section.

Gloves:
Really liking these gloves. Lighter than the BAS gloves but I think the BAS gloves have better protection. Not going to affect me playing Sunday league cricket. Indian size so small but prefer them as I have small hands and is a good fit for me. Def keeping these alongside the BAS gloves I already have. Would def buy these again, however only worth it if you are buying other stuff from OLS, as postage would negate any cost value benefits. Id just buy the BAS gloves from a UK retailer to be practical as you can get them circa 40 in the UK.


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