The only thing I don't like is the pad is black, but has a gold logo "V" on it.
Used on Bflat clarinets and alto saxes, variety of mouthpieces- great on all- 3/4 musicians had not used a pad before, but all liked them
Marching band means sometimes you bang your mouthpiece against your teeth and these little sticky gel pads protect your teeth from chips
This is a more elegant solution, with enough padding to protect teeth and mouthpiece from one another, matches the mouthpiece color (that white tape was just plain UGLY), and seems to have adhesive that holds until you peel the pad off on purpose (not by accident).
Looks great on the mouthpiece, good adherance and cushion, size was perfect.
No need buying those cheap $5 for 16 scary chemical- treated cushions no more
They were great, not the thick cushion, but slightly thicker than just a covering
Decades ago, I used to build up players of waterproof first aid tape, to make a cushion for my teeth so they wouldn't hurt when I had to do all sorts of busy movements in college marching band performances.
As a mother of four woodwind band students and a clarinet player myself, I can highly recommend these mouthpiece cushions