|My awesome soft kneepads|
1) for the Big Driver shoot
2) when I played a dog for the UWAC 36 Hour Playfestival/SF Safehouse Benefit
3) leant them to a summer camp student
4) during the Foolsfury sponsored Mary Overlie workshop
This doesn't include all of the times that I threw my kneepads into my bag 'just in case' for auditions, readings, etc. where I didn't know what the physical work would entail.
I bought these kneepads probably 5 or more years ago from a nondescript martial arts store on Mission street near the Armory. They were sold per kneepad and I think they were $5 or $6 each.
They are soft, so they don't make too big of a lumpy shape under pants, like a harder kneepad might. They have no logos/words on them, so you're not unconsciously advertising anything when you wear them under light colored clothing.
And, most importantly, they keep my knees safer from bruises, bumps, other injuries, allowing this easy bruising actor to leap into highly physical acting related antics with confidence.
Not bad. Not bad at all.
|Yes this is a kneepad selfie|