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    Inzer phenom chest plate is really small..

    First time buying a stock Inzer shirt and was quite surprised to see how small and narrow the chest plate is compared to all the F6 and Katana's I've used. Here it is compared to a 48 2ply SK. That's a double ply stock 56 phenom with velcro from House of Pain. Sleeves are quite loose and easy to slip on, but it places you in such narrow grip. Will give it a run sometime and hope its user friendly as the hype puts it out to be...
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    My SDP is super small too. They give quite a bit, and it really needs to be small.
    Just make sure its up your arms all the way, it will be easier to get your grip out.
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    The material stretches quite a bit. You'll be fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lones Green View Post
    The material stretches quite a bit. You'll be fine.
    This is why 3 ply is recommended when going with a phenom. It can be used in most feds. The plate is small, and was tough to break in, but i touched with 455 after about 5 sessions in it. Took awhile to be able to get my hands out to the rings too. But definitely the most forgiving shirt ive had when it comes to groove.
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    are the sleeves on the SDP real big too? After I run my meet cycle with this SK, the SDP is next on my list. But I like the sleeves to be real tight

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtteg_x View Post
    are the sleeves on the SDP real big too? After I run my meet cycle with this SK, the SDP is next on my list. But I like the sleeves to be real tight
    Not real big, but yeah, a lot of guys get the arms taken in
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    Ive noticed with all my inzer shirts that they are really aggressive with sleeve angle.

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