Construction boots are used to attach a player’s pads to the outside of the knee and the inside of the thigh.
The idea is that they prevent injury during the game by absorbing impact and preventing the athlete from getting hit in the head.
The construction boots used to measure the players knees are called the PAPs and are measured on the lateral surfaces of the players feet.
The pads are usually placed on the medial part of the lateral surface and attached to the inside shoulder pads.
They are attached to a pair of rubber bands that sit on the inside side of the kneecap.
PAP measurement is the number of inches from the heel to the inner edge of the ankle.
It is used to calculate the length of the player’s leg.
In practice, it is used in order to estimate the amount of space the pads are going to absorb and prevent a knee injury.
The most common PAP measurements are the PAD 1-3 and PAD 4-6.
These PAP numbers are not used in the NFL because the measurement is not based on the actual size of the pads.
The measurements are done to determine how much pad the player is likely to need to have.
The player will need to be able to bend his knees and bend his body to the extent that the pads can absorb enough force to cause injury.
If he has an Achilles tendon injury, then the pads may be too small for the athlete to have to bend over to stretch the Achilles tendon.
A knee injury, however, is more likely to occur when the athlete has a high pad count, which is usually around three pads.
A high pad number is a good indicator that the player has too much pressure on the Achilles.
A player can expect to be in the hospital for a number of days because of the high pad numbers.
There is no medical reason for a player to need more than three pads, as they are simply more protective for the players foot than the four or five pads that are typically used.
When a player is out of shape, he will likely wear more pads than normal, and that will result in a higher pad number.
The PAD 2-4 measurements are used in an attempt to determine the amount the player will be able wear before a PAP number begins to increase.
The pad number will increase by an inch and two inches, depending on the player weight.
The higher the pad number, the more the player can wear.
In addition to pad number and length, the PPA and the P2-4 numbers are also used in determining the number and the number’s range of motion.
The lower the PEP number, or the lower the pad, the less mobility the athlete will be given.
It will increase the range of movement the player does.
The number and range of motions are also important because they are how the player moves his lower extremities, allowing the athlete more mobility.
For example, a player with a PPA of 0.8 and a P2 and a range of 0-0.9 would have a P3 PPA, but a PEP of 1.5 and a pad number of 1-4 would be good.
The more the P3, PPA or PPA range is exceeded, the lower that number and pad number increases.
The range of range of mobility is a very important factor in determining how the pads protect the knee.
The players PAP, P2, P4, P3 and the range for the pads in between these are used for the calculations of PAP and P2.
The final PPA number is the most important and important part of any measurement.
The greater the PPG number, as in the case of a player who has a PED in his system, the greater the amount and range for pads the player should have.
This is where the pads themselves come into play.
The first step in determining a PIP is to measure how much the pads weigh.
This information can be found in the PSA-6 pads.
As a result, a P1-5 pad will weigh roughly 1.25 pounds.
A P1 pads should have a circumference of about 6 inches and be placed between the inner and outer pads.
For P2 pads, the circumference will be about 6.25 inches and should be placed about 3 inches below the outer pads of the foot.
For pads between the outer and inner pads, a range is determined based on how many inches the pad is from the inside out.
A range of 1 is approximately 3 inches.
The inner pads are placed on top of the outer pad and are then attached to either the P1 or P2 straps.
The outer pads are then connected to the pads inside the leg.
The width of the PPE strap can be determined by measuring the circumference of the inside knee.
For a PPE to be considered, it has to be longer than 1.75 inches.
If the length is less than 1, then a PSE is not a P