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Old 08-06-2014, 02:37 PM   #11
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Thanks for all the comments guys, Much appreciated.

I picked up RBX as an entry level, Ill try these out for a few weeks and invest in something better

With no frame of reference - these feel like rebounds, they are stiff enough to support, but I get a nice little bounce out of the hole, used them twice so far, Ill reply here after another session or two.

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Super tight extreme rubber strand knee wraps design for the ultimate rebound

Made of heavy duty elastic, 78" long. 3 wide
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