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  1. Thanks for all the replies everyone.
  2. I don't even have my BBB yet but I am looking to see what the best components microphone and amplifier wise with ICOMM are as I plan to integrate that immediately into my armor.
  3. Just got my Imperial Boots' 421's today. Body suit came in a few days ago. along with the neck seal. E-11 comes tomorrow. Starting to get excited. Still have a bit on the armor but its starting to feel real. Can't wait for the BBB day. The boots, by the way, are freaking awesome. They are so '70s its unreal.
  4. I really hope I can find someone local in the photography screen to take a good action photo and green screen some Star Wars scenery onto the background. Some of the signature pictures here are amazing.
  5. It just seems like such a modular, easy to configure system to have the entire interior lined with soft velcro. I can re position stuff quickly in the field even.
  6. Thanks again. I am looking at lining my helmet with strips of this stuff to give 90%-100% coverage to allow the positioning of pads, fans and iComm components. I am thinking 5 yards should be enough, but will probably buy 2 just to be sure and to have replacements when I inevitably rip a section(s) out. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00H3R9S1K/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=A11IQW8TKYGOQ9&psc=1
  7. That is another great idea that I am going to have to investigate. I am probably getting a little ahead of myself since my bucket won't be here for awhile, but its fun to start thinking about how I am going to make it fit my head and what accessories I want to throw in (fans for sure, I sweat like crazy, probably TMI there). Thank you for the feedback its really appreciated for an aspiring trooper like myself.
  8. Sorry to double post, when you lined the interior of your helmet with soft velcro did you use self-adhesive strips or a chunk of velcro or did you glue it in? Trying to figure out which velcro product to buy off Amazon. Also, how did you double up the front helmet pads? I have kind of a small head so being able to stack the padding will probably be a good thing. Thanks again.
  9. Thanks for the advice and links, its appreciated.
  10. Thanks Bud, that gives me a good idea of the level of padding some people are using. Did you glue the pads on or are they secured via velcro?
  11. Hi there, I am very new to the community and am looking for people's ideas (and/or photos) of how they padded out the inside of their helmets. I have plenty of memory foam padding pieces left over from the military that I think might work to some degree, but as far as attachment to the interior of the helmet goes I could use some advice. Should I use adhesive velcro, glue, some combination of the above? Is it worth adding a chin strap or other retention device? Thank you very much.
  12. Thanks, I can't wait to post pictures in a couple/few months. Mark from AP has been fantastic in directing me to information and resources and explaining things. Absolute top notch help.
  13. Thanks for helping me avoid a costly mistake everyone. I decided to go with AP for my first set of armor.
  14. endy


    Thanks for all the kind welcomes everyone.
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