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Only used these pads like less than 20 times. I do not have socks to put over my knee guards, never done it either and wouldn’t know how to or if I would hate the feel. 

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It sounds like you already know the velcro from your knee pads has caused this. Its up to you to decide on what is best.

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That's normal wear if you're not covering your kneepads.  I had the same in my EF4 set very quickly.  Removed the fraying with scissors and a lighter and started wearing socks over the kneepads.  End of problem and there was no adjustment to wearing socks other than remembering to pack them. 

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I started wearing the nylon (non wool) socks for that exact reason. I used to put them under my compression pants but now that I wear Daredevil hockey cut resistant pants I didn’t want to stretch them out (plus they have grippy stuff on the knee to keep things in place). 
 

covering the Velcro is the only way to avoid this AFAIK. 

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Take a lighter and make a few quick passes over the stray pieces.

it's cheap, light duty nylon.

You should wear socks or compression pants over your knee pads if this bugs you.

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