Football pants have the knee pads already built inside of them.
Football pants usually have pockets for knee and thigh pads. Under the football pants, you wear a girdle that has additional pockets to place your hip and tail bone pads. The shape of the pocket will tell you which pad goes where.
You wear a helmet, shoulder pads, a girdle, thigh pads, knee pads, cleats, a jersey, and pants.
Shoulder pads, padded pants that come below the knee, jerseys, helmets,cleats, and socks
They started out knee-length and fairly tight, then gradually became shorter until by the late seventies players were wearing a sort of hot pants. Then gradually they started to become longer and looser again to today's knee-length, wide fit.
to play American football you need a helmet shoulder pads jock strap football pants with knee pads thigh pads hip pads and a tail pad
You can if you want to i dont but i know a lot of people that have. Usually if you do you want to cut the top of the knee pads off in an arch so the cut looks professional and the size of the knee pads is reduced.
Cleats, hopefully socks, football pants(Which hold knee pads), A girdle( Another protective piece, it holds pads in various spots.), Pads,Helmet, A jersey, and sometimes gloves.
* kilt * knee socks * khaki pants * knee pads * kerchief
More flexibility and comfortable, dependent on position. You won't see anyone on defense besides the line that will wear knee pads anymore, so why have the knee slotted for a pad. So they have them hemmed above the knee! Speed means everything in the NFL
Football players wear cleats, short padded pants that go to just above the knee a jockstrap, (optional) Shoulder pads, Helmet, a mouthpiece and various other accessories.
EMT pants have a lot of pockets but it depends on the brand. One brand has pockets in the front which have an area for coins and the back pockets have wallet pockets. Since they're EMT specific, they have a scissor pocket. These pants are also doubled in the seat and knee to prevent wear in those areas.