Grindz Clothing #Review

Grindz was developed by professionals for the youth riders of today. This awesome company has come up with a way for kids and adults to enjoy certain activities and sports without having to wear bulky knee and shin pads for protection. They’ve created a line of protective every-day looking pants to fit all needs.

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We’ve reviewed pants from the Grindz Jr line for our four-year old son. We thought this was the perfect opportunity as he’s learning to ride a bike and falls quite often.
All Grindz pants have a “grow-tab” that allows you to adjust the waist size by a couple of inches which is totally better than having to run out and buy a new pair because the little one grew!

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Grindz pro-pads do not come out. You simply wash the pants on a regular wash cycle and dry them on low heat. *You’ll want to make sure that you follow the drying directions. We didn’t follow care instructions with other clothing once and it melted!
We highly recommended this line of protective clothing to anyone in sports, rough activities and beginners. Your knees, hips and tail bones will thank you 🙂

For more information about Grindz products please visit their website.

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17 responses to “Grindz Clothing #Review

  1. I love this, to bad they didn’t have something like this when my girls were young, sure would of saved on the bandaids and trips to the hospital..lol. but I like that someone came up with this great idea, since a lot of kids don’t like wearing their protection pads

  2. How cool is that! Great idea for my rambunctious grandchildren! 🙂

  3. They look great and sound really great for active kids.

  4. These look great! My son is just starting to want to ride scooters and things like that. These would be a great way to protect his knees without having to wear bulky cumbersome knee pads

  5. Such a great idea when you have to fight with the youngsters to put there gear on before they go out covenient and they look great also

  6. I like that the pads can’t be removed!

  7. When you say melts, did it melt all over your dryer

    • Whoops, worded wrong! Our Grindz did not melt but we have put other clothing in the dryer without reading the directions and have melted it (Zippers and felt-like materials). We’ve learned our lesson, lol! ~J~

  8. I love this idea as my son is active and hard on his clothes!

  9. This would be great for my son! I like that the waist is adjustable. I think the built in pads are also a great idea.

  10. nicolthepickle

    This is such a good idea, and those little jeans are adorable.

  11. Jeff Skidmore

    What a great idea for the active young children!

  12. Angie LaRocque

    Such a good idea!

  13. Wow, these are SO awesome. Wish we had these when I was a kid!!

  14. These look awesome!!! Thanks for the great review!

  15. I can’t seem to keep any knees in my sons pants! Love that the waist is adjustable. Will have to give these a try. Thanks for letting me know about them.

    Besos, Sarah
    Blogger at Journeys of The Zoo

    • Does he like playing on the floor? Our little guy is hard on the knees of his pants too and we think it’s because he’s always on the floor pushing cars & trucks around. We really like these due to the extra padding, it’s placement and the look/style of them. Great product in our opinion. Let us know what you think of them if you happen to order some ~J~

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