Kits: 30. Hometown: SEMINOLE, OK. Heard about us: YOU SENT ME SOME WHILE OVERSEAS WITH THE [opsec] RANGERS. Duties: TEAM LEADER. Current Pads: ARMY ISSUED. Comments: I AM REQUESTING PADS FOR MY PLATOON BECAUSE YOU GUYS SENT ME SOME AMAZING PADS LIKE 6 YEARS AGO WHILE I WAS ON A DEPLOYMENT. CPL, US Army
Kits: 9. Hometown: Columbus, OH. Heard about us: Friend. Duties: Infantry tasked to ‘Advise and assist’. Current Pads: Standard issue ACH (genre Corp., Gray, sewn, rough and worn). Comments: Our current helmet pads are worn down and very uncomfortable to wear. A fellow squad leader used yours during our last jrtc rotation and let me try them. They were extremely comfortable and even seemed to keep your head cooler than the ones we are issued which was a huge game changer in the heat. SGT, US Army
Kits: 1. Hometown: Salt Lake City. Heard about us: From a co-worker. Duties: Armor Platoon Sergeant. Current Pads: green/grey standard issue pads. glued seam, very stiff. Comments: Thank you for offering this to service members.
My pads are stiff and do not breath. It seems like I cannot ever get them to fit right in the helmet after taking them out and washing them. Additionally the quality is very low and the fabric covers keep ripping when I pull them out of my helmet. Money is sometimes very tight for military personnel because we are often expected to buy things that “should” be issued to us. Usually helmets are bottom of this list. Thank you very much! SSG, US Army
Kits: 1. Hometown: Charleston, WV. Heard about us: Friend. Duties: Netech. Current Pads: Old black glued pads from the surge. Comments: Pads are comfortable and broken in but the area that attaches to the velcro is coming apart. Pads from supply room give me headaches. Need pads that are comfortable and that I can jump. CW2, US Army
Kits: 20. Hometown: New Braunfels. Heard about us: Friend who received the pads. Duties: Operations in and around [Iraq]. Current Pads: They are the green basic odd issues. Very stiff. Comments: One of the Air Force guys here told me about your pads and let me try his and they are he most comfortable pads I have ever used, and would appreciate letting our section utilize them. Thank you for all y’all do! Spc, US Army