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    Default Alpro Professional Knee Pads

    are they really good or do peeps just say there good coz they've paid 40 odd for them.
    there are good pads on the fronts but its the cutting at the back that gives me grief.
    i need some pads,i bought a couple of pairs of snickers on ebay at a good price but the leg length was 2" to long making the useless.

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    Default Re: Alpro Professional Knee Pads

    It's the only knee pads that I'ved used that the straps have never dug into the backs of the knees, The single strap tends to sit on the higher part of the calf muscle, They do with me anyway. Big old pads and like you say expensive but more than happy with mine. Supposed to have been designed by a German knee surgeon
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    Default Re: Alpro Professional Knee Pads

    anyone got any pictures of them being used.
    daves pics dont show very much.

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    Default Re: Alpro Professional Knee Pads

    Have been using them for about 4 months now and can assure you that they are worth the expense. I no longer suffer from aching knees and the straps are very comfortable. Would highly recommend them.

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    Default Re: Alpro Professional Knee Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by theyomper View Post
    Have been using them for about 4 months now and can assure you that they are worth the expense. I no longer suffer from aching knees and the straps are very comfortable. Would highly recommend them.
    i am a big old boy (well not so old)how are they for very big legs?anyone got any ideas?

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    Default Re: Alpro Professional Knee Pads

    Elasticated strap with velcro fastners.....don't see a problem

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    Default Re: Alpro Professional Knee Pads

    i am using the Alpro knee cushion at the moment , its very comfy but could do with being a bit wider.

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    Default Re: Alpro Professional Knee Pads

    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Ramic View Post
    i am using the Alpro knee cushion at the moment , its very comfy but could do with being a bit wider.
    could you not just use a computer chair?

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    Default Re: Alpro Professional Knee Pads

    any chance of anyone putting an in use pic plz.

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