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Came in handy

    I bought these to protect my tailbone during my first boarding trip. True to noob form, I spent a lot of time on my ass. These helped to protect against minor bumps and bruises, but probably won't help too much in serious spills.



      i really like how they r light weight. It still hurts when i fall but now i just get right up and go for it again


      Does lessen impact of falls.

        These shorts have thin light padding all around the hips upper thighs and butt. This works not too bad to soften the impact of sudden falls. I am a female (with hips larger than waist), I was advised to get the medium by this site's gear expert, so far I notice that the shorts tends to ride up on me. This makes the butt area padding almost too high. Perhaps if I had gotten one size smaller that might ensure the hip area would fit lower and more snugly, but then the waist could be too tight as it is a fairly snug now. I have a 39 hip and a 30 waist. Anyway to answer someone's question: no the pads don't seem to be meant to come out. I notice these shorts definitely hold body heat. I sweat more when wearing these shorts but since it is another synthetic layer no surprise. I did buy myself a larger size of bib-snowpants (went from an 8 to a 12), which actually felt good due to the extra freedom of movement around the waist, but because I am short (5'2") the larger size meant the snow pant legs are too long and totally bunched up looking - but hey that's the style right? I do wish the tail-bone pad was longer and thicker (it is the same thin padding as the rest of the short). That is because for me as a beginner the whole reason I bought these shorts was to stop hurting my behind after falling hard on my tail-bone a bunch of times. PS : Advice for beginners: get a pair of knee pads - highly recommended - as well as some wrist-guards and wear a helmet of course. Your body will be way less bruised, and you will look forward to the next lesson rather than dread it!

        Unanswered Question

        Are the pads removable? I only really...

        Are the pads removable? I only really need the tailbone pad because that's all I really fall on, so I would probably just take out the hip pads if possible. Thanks.

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        Are these unisex? If so, what would the...

        Are these unisex? If so, what would the correct size be for a short woman with waist 29 and hip 39?

        anyone know how the sizes match up to waist...

        anyone know how the sizes match up to waist measurements? thaaanks

        i got a 31 in waist and i got the medium. It's a little snug and i probably could have got the large, but they don't move on me

        Small= 26-28, Medium= 30-32, large = 34-36 and XL = 38-40.


        JD on the six six one N8-6 Bomber Shorts

          Not as black an blue as I was before I got them. Works ok. When I get drag around with my large foil kite.


          Saved my butt!

            Highly recommended for new snowboarders. Totally protects hips tailbone, butt so that all you have to worry about is riding. Just a reminder, may need larger snow pants to accommodate.

            I purchased these Impact shorts and they...

            I purchased these Impact shorts and they are great. However I've worn them on the hill a few times and well... it's time they get a wash. They do not have washing instructions on a tag and they didnt come with any. How do I ge them clean?

            They are probably hand wash cold only but...they are considered impact clothing so they should hold up to the abuse of a washing machine right?

            I have 28" waist. What size should I get...

            I have 28" waist. What size should I get in this case ?


            Great for snowboarding

              I was originally a skier and just converted to snowboarding. When you catch an edge it is very painful. With these pants, I can get up immediately and keep boarding.

              They struck a good balance of not too thick but well padded. I wouldn't want them to be any more/less thick. They can easily fit underneath my boarding pants and they are barely noticeable. Well worth the $40 to be able to sit without pain after a long session of boarding.

              do these restrict your movement and are...

              do these restrict your movement and are they bulky under your pants (i.e can you tell you're wearing them?)

              These are a little bulky compared to other impact shorts on the market like the Fox Launch Shorts (Item #FXR0017) but they don't restrict movement. Impact shorts are one of the best investments I've made. They can save you're bacon and a lot more.

              i have 30/32 waist what size should i...

              i have 30/32 waist what size should i get

              Either get a small or a medium. Six Six One gear runs a little on the snug side, so give yourself a little room.

              Unanswered Question

              How difference waist size for Youth and...

              How difference waist size for Youth and Small?Could you tell me the waist size for fit with each one.

              i have like a 29" waist. what size, medium...

              i have like a 29" waist. what size, medium or small, should i get?