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    Just ordered those new snickers kneepads. My snickers 9118 are goosed after 2 years

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    just ordered a set of redbacks
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    Saw these at the bluewater FFX tool show this weekend...very comfortable but you'll look like Robocop.
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    I double up my knee pads one from work, plus my one

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    been using my redbacks for a couple of weeks now and must say they are very comfortable if a little heavy, i need to wear a belt to keep my trousers up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steveb View Post
    been using my redbacks for a couple of weeks now and must say they are very comfortable if a little heavy, i need to wear a belt to keep my trousers up.
    have you got a link for them ? thanks

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    Are they same size as snickers floor layer ones?
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    Hi all I was a marble floor layer for 22 years and the best knee pad are the big red ones designed by a German knee surgeon! They cost £50 and are bright red!! But when you put them on you will know they will last and are a top class bit of kit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RAW85 View Post
    Saw these at the bluewater FFX tool show this weekend...very comfortable but you'll look like Robocop.
    ToughBuilt TOU-KP-0G302A Gel Stabiliser Kneepad/Thigh
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    Just ordered a pair of those Redbacks. They look like they will be brill.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Koogatubac View Post
    Just ordered those new snickers kneepads. My snickers 9118 are goosed after 2 years
    Mine too. Wondered why my left knee has been a bit swollen and sore recently. Stupid thing is I didn't even think to check my kneepads. They are punctured and the foam beans inside have come out in the middle. Problem explained then!

    The Snickers trousers I bought 4 months back already have a massive rip in them too. Not very impressed with Snickers these days, will look around next time.
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    Strauss direct for work kit but looks like red backs too now
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