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Hi,
I did a search for knee pads but came up empty handed. I just had some arthroscopic knee surgery and want to get a pair of good ones, at a good price. I do a little bit of eveything but want to make sure I have a pair that I can move around/get up and down with without too much fuss and readjusting.
Anyone got any thoughts on this?
Thanks.
Rob
 

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Funny, I typed 'knee pads' into Google and got over 900,000 hits.
 

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I have never heard a bad review of these.

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Teetorbilt said:
Funny, I typed 'knee pads' into Google and got over 900,000 hits.
Yeah, I find all kinds of results on Google. I guess I should have been more specific and sayI found no results on the forum. Didn't want to bring up a topic that had possibly been talked to death without checking first. New guy error, sorry.
 

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De nada. :Thumbs:
I don't recall that topic ever coming up.
 

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I went down to the pros outlet center and got me a pair, I figured it anybody knew knee pads those girls would. They have about 60 different kinds to choose from.

Check out your local prostitute outlet center.
 

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There is nothing available that will outperform proknees. They are steep,though.

I paid 160 bucks for mine. I also wear Nike volleyball pads under my pants sometimes. They will afford me more mobility than the proknees. They take some getting used to.
 

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Mike, we're beginning to get more ladies here.
 
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