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Bucket Boss/Fiskars Air-Gel Knee Pads
Bucket Boss 93090 CS06 Air-Gel Knee Pads
Bucket Boss Air-Gel Knee Pads are designed from every angle to be the most comfortable knee pads you'ver ever worked in. From the unique strapping system that doesn't bunch or bind, and the revolutionary Air-Gel padding which gives your knees the cushion of a high-end running shoe, to the Dryz moisture management lining that keeps your knees cool and dry all day, they'll keep your knees protected, comfortable and dry.
Super-resilient Air-Gel padding conforms to knee
Anatomically-curved straps prevent bunching and binding
Non-skid rubber cap
Patented Dryz moisture management foam keeps skin drier
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39 of 39 found the following review helpful:
Saved My Life!Feb 28, 2001
After 15 years of working on my knees I've finally found a knee pad that actually lives up to its promises. The padding is lush-just the right combination of softness with enough support to help mobility. The straps are perfect. I'm a bigger fella and there was more than enough strap to cover my cows, or in your case calves :) I've often suffered from a perennial rash on the backs of my knees and this special stuff impregnated in the pad actually allowed me to work in shorts. Kudos to the folks at Bucket Boss for another great product.
49 of 51 found the following review helpful:
Not for meMar 24, 2002
By Keith J. Symon
Contrary to the other reviews I couldn't use these. I am used to well contoured foam filled knee pads that stay put. I was looking forward to the ultimate with the new gel backing. Sadly the gel is put in as simple pillows and sewn around the edges. This fills what appears to be a very well made and contoured shell with mounds of gell, which I kept rolling off of, with my knees ending up to the side on the sewn seams. I tried everything but couldn't correct this. Since I can't work without pads [all day] I went back to the old ones and sent the gel pads back. Reluctantly. It wouldn't take much to contour the gel to solve this and they would be wonderful. I noticed at least one of the other reviewers mentioned slipping off to the side also. Great idea, not well engineered
21 of 21 found the following review helpful:
Best I've seen yetJun 20, 2001
By Scott Conto
I normally spend one or two days a week installing Pergo flooring and have been desperately looking for knee pads that wouldn't do 3 things:
1. Make my legs sweat like crazy 2. Pull the hair out of the back of my knees 3. Fall half way down my shins every other minute
These knee pads fit the profile perfectly. After a 10 hour installation, I only had to adjust the pads twice. Both times they shifted to the side. The only knock I have: The pads are a little too hard and slide a bit on the Pergo. They could use more grip for leverage. Otherwise, they were perfect "off-the-shelf" kneepads for the price.
20 of 23 found the following review helpful:
DisappointingJun 28, 2004
By James E. Sheridan
It is hard to avoid the conclusion that the people who designed these knee pads never wear knee pads. They are very disappointing, although it would be very simple to make them better. The problem is that the curve of the knee pad is very shallow, and the gel pack is a single pack, not molded to the shape of a knee. Consequently, the knee rolls around on the pad which is almost as hard on the knee as not wearing pads. If the gel pack were shaped so as to cup the knee snugly, they would be fine. As it is, they are little better than a simple pair of pads that I bought for $9.00 in the garden store.
15 of 20 found the following review helpful:
excellent productNov 24, 2001
Very comfortable. Can work for hours on concrete floor and not have any pain. Highly recommended.
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