Nfinity Volleyball Pads

Nfinity produces high performance knee pads for the toughest club and high school competition

With all the volleyball pads for knees on the market, it would take a very

innovative and forward-thinking company to market and promote a pair

that would stand out from the crowded marketplace.

Nfinity may just be that company.

Unlike any other knee pad available to volleyball players today

the one marketed by Nfinity is made with d3O.

That's because Nfinity has an exclusive agreement to use d3O


What Does D30 Do To Volleyball Pads?

According to Richard Palmer, founder of the d3O lab, d3O is a soft

material that has fantastic shock absorbing properties that basically

work to absorb impact. 

Described as a rubbery fluid made with "intelligent molecules" which the

company specially engineers so that when a volleyball player moves,

the molecules flow and move with them, but the molecules lock together

to absorb and disperse energy upon hard impact. 

The d3O technology is based on "providing protection" so the harder the

impact, the faster the molecules react, giving a volleyball player the

freedom to perform while still responding to one's needs for protection.

D3O looks like play dough and the d3O lab has engineered many ways

to integrate the material into a variety of products.

D3O is now also being applied for use in hats, clothes, motorcycle suits,

and elbow pads.

The D3O lab makes the claim that this technology can protect people

from pain and injury. 

Anywhere a person or player needs freedom of movement, but also

requires shock absorption is where the company believes they can

apply d3O technology.

Historically when it came to participating in active sports, the materials

used for impact protection were rigid or bulky. Not so, with d3O! 

Is Smaller, Better?

At five (5) inches the Nfinity knee pad covers the smallest amount of skin 

area around the knee compared to others. 

It's also the slimmest one on the market at only 8mm of thickness.

Even with those dimensions, Nfinity claims that their knee pads offer total

patella, tibia and femur protection. 

And if that isn't enough to set it apart from the competition, check this--it

comes with an "Nfinipocket" which is where a volleyball player can insert

(or remove) the Nfinity d3O pad inserts.

When integrated into the knee pads the d3O material is breathable,

comfortable and unlike most materials that only either absorb energy

OR they return energy without absorbing shock well--the d3O

technology purportedly does both.

Priced at around $50 you get a few accessories with your purchase. In

the kit you get interchangeable black and white sleeves, so you can

alternate days you use your sleeves which means to me, that you

basically are getting two (2) pairs of volleyball knee pads instead of


You get two Nfinity d3O pad inserts, obviously for both knees, but a mesh

laundry bag is also included in your purchase.

Great things come in small packages. 

The new Nfinity Volleyball Knee Pads  are the smallest on the

market, but offer the most protection using the latest technology. 

d3o Intelligent Shock Absorption pads are thin, soft, and flexible. 

Their intelligent molecules flow when moved slowly but lock together

on impact to absorb shock. View the video on how to insert d3o foam

into nfinity knee pads. 

-Ultra-low profile 5" sleeves -Pads are 1/4 thick -Set includes (2) 

White volleyball kneepad sleeves, (2) Black volleyball kneepads 

sleeves, (1) pair of removable d3o pads 

-Moisture management system and the ability to wash the sleeves 

separately, keep them smelling fresh -Remove d3o padding before 

wash. Wash cold water and flat dry. 

-Includes bonus mesh laundry bag.    

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