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    Gave my redbacks away
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    -Old T-shirts and duct tape.

    -Bubble wrap and duct tape



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    Had my redbacks for over 2 years, still going strong.

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    The Helly Hanson ones are the best. They sit in the knee pockets on the HH trousers and you can pick the lot up for about £45! BARGAINNNN!!

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    u need the strap on ones from BnQ

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    snickers set have lasted ages so far and do there job comfort wise

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    just got redbacks today they feel weird and a bit bulky but do support the knee time will tell

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    Quote Originally Posted by buckley plumb View Post
    just got redbacks today they feel weird and a bit bulky but do support the knee time will tell
    I went from foam pads (and bad aches) to the redbacks a year ago, yes they do take some getting used too and I did have to wear a belt to hold the trousers up but my knees haven`t felt this good in ages.
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    Quality carpet underlay, doubled up, cut to size and gaffer taped together.
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    well second wk now. was impressed first wk but did a lot of floor work this wk and the material strip around the rubber keeps moving to one side and bunching up . have others had this . what are snikers floorlayers like

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    well second wk now. was impressed first wk but did a lot of floor work this wk and the material strip around the rubber keeps moving to one side and bunching up . have others had this . what are snikers floorlayers like
    Take it off and try without it.
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    Don`t throw away though, guess they could always be fixed in place with a needle and thread.

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