Where do hip pads go?
How do you put on football hip pads? Most standard football pants come with pockets for thigh and knee pads, but few come with slots for hip pads. Pads for the hips are typically attached to the belt of the pants or worn in the girdle, a compressive garment under the football pants that holds additional padding.
Why do NFL players cover their legs?
1945: Commissioner Elmer Layden, apparently with way too much time on his hands, decides that NFL players have unsightly legs and decrees that all players must wear long stockings. This rule, still on the books, is why NFL players wear high socks while so many NCAA teams still play bare-legged.
How do you put knee pads in football pants?
How do football knee pads attach?
How do you wear football hip pads?
Which way do knee pads go in football pants?
Remember also that knee pads always go in your outer pants. They are to be placed into the lowest slots with the flat side on top and the rounded side pointing downwards. Like with any pad, make sure the curvature matches the shape of the leg when you first put your pants on.
Which way do football knee pads go in?
How do you do hip pads?
How do you wear football leg pads?
How do you put on a football jersey?
How do you tuck a football jersey into pads?
Why do football players wear pants above knee?
They say it gives them more freedom of movement and doesn’t restrict their speed. Some of the Bulldogs’ best players concur. Go back and look at photos of Georgia’s receivers and defensive backs from last season — such as Terry Godwin above — and you’ll see that they definitely were adhering to the high-pants trend.M