- Shipping Weight: 181 g
- Item model number: GT227
- ASIN: B001JEOH3W
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Aug. 7 2014
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Tommyco GT227 Garden Mini All Terrain Foam Knee Pads
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- Flame laminated inner sponge for added comfort
- Coolmax liner wicks away moisture leaving the user cool and dry
- Patented cover suspends knee, redirecting pressure away from the delicate patella bone
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This kneepad offers the stability and support of the tommyco's patented cover and the comfort of the medical grade foam. The coolmax liner wicks away moisture leaving the user coo and dry.Flame laminated inner sponge for added comfortCoolmax liner wicks away moisture leaving the user cool and dryPatented cover suspends knee, redirecting pressure away from the delicate patella bone
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But for a cheapie kneepad that you can use for a while (it lasted 2 months of 16 hours a week wear), it's pretty darn good. It has a cheap foam pad under a thick soft plastic shell that has a flat surface, so when you kneel on them they stabilize your knees. You could probably get your own foam pad and sew it in when the foam in here flattens out.
One of my gardening employees could not get used to them, but I have knee problems and I actually really liked the flat shell - it kept my kneepads from shifting because every time I kneeled, they'd align to the front again because of the flat front, and also kept my knees stabilized well so I didn't twist my knees in a way that hurt.
You should also know that there's only one strap which attaches below the knee, and it's of low quality but does have elastic so it stretches a bit.
These are good kneepads if you garden or kneel on floors or concrete paths and don't need them to hold up forever. The strength of them to me is that I could try out the flat shell front on a cheap kneepad before spending $40 on some keepers.
The elastic with velcro on them are the cheapest I have ever seen and I have seen plenty.
I just put them on today to do a short job in my shop and the elastic is so cheap it wouldn't hold
them on. If the elastic and velcro system is improved I would recommend them to anyone.
I got ripped on this one