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[Amazon.ca] Tough Built Knee Pads $4.99 and up

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[Amazon.ca] Tough Built Knee Pads $4.99 and up

Original thread from last week appears to be deleted. Likely due to stupid “joke” comments. If not, consider this a bump to the deal.

Variety of Tough Built Kneepads are still in stock. There’s a few that’s just the shell that snaps in so watch for that. These are probably sufficient for a DIY type that needs them on occasion.

Fat lady has sung.... all OOS now...

$4.99
(OOS)
https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B01E5B ... UTF8&psc=1

(Edit: OOS) https://www.amazon.ca/ToughBuilt-GelFit ... th=1&psc=1

(OOS)
https://www.amazon.ca/ToughBuilt-GelFit ... bp_dp&th=1

$7.99
(OOS)
https://www.amazon.ca/ToughBuilt-GelFit ... bp_dp&th=1

$9.99 (Now OOS)
https://www.amazon.ca/ToughBuilt-GelFit ... bp_dp&th=1
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My order has arrived. Look like is well built and should be more than enough than what I will be using them for. I ordered waterproof pads. Will be returning the Husky one bought at Home Depot.
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Just curious, can I use this as kneepads for skating or doing winter sport activities? or even skateboarding?
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Dragonrana2 wrote: Just curious, can I use this as kneepads for skating or doing winter sport activities? or even skateboarding?
You could, I would suggest if you go that route to make sure the pad has enough plastic in it in case you do fall especially skateboarding and that it does not twist around. Last thing you want it doing is twisting on you. Pavement vs skin, I have yet to win that battle.
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cazzo1980 wrote: You could, I would suggest if you go that route to make sure the pad has enough plastic in it in case you do fall especially skateboarding and that it does not twist around. Last thing you want it doing is twisting on you. Pavement vs skin, I have yet to win that battle.
Thanks for the response. Then will probably use it for ice skating instead. Just need it to protect my knees in case I fall on the ice. Beginner skater with my helmet...lol
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Dragonrana2 wrote: Thanks for the response. Then will probably use it for ice skating instead. Just need it to protect my knees in case I fall on the ice. Beginner skater with my helmet...lol
Yeah, I assume you will have snow pants on, so they should not move. Also, I do recommend elbow pads as well.

Good luck, once you master it, skating is really fun. Will you be playing hockey?
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cazzo1980 wrote: Yeah, I assume you will have snow pants on, so they should not move. Also, I do recommend elbow pads as well.

Good luck, once you master it, skating is really fun. Will you be playing hockey?
Yes, will have snowpants on. I just hope they fit around them. I have my elbow pads, but needed knee pads. I've played street hockey before, just not ice hockey. Will be learning to play ice hockey eventually. :)
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One trick, well worked for me, was to use my hockey stick to help balance when I was learning how to skate. At first maybe weird trying to multi task, holding yourself up and then holding a stick, but I found I fell less as I would lean more on the stick.

Just a thought!

They should fit. Glad to hear about the elbow pads, they are super important. Enjoy it!!!
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cazzo1980 wrote: One trick, well worked for me, was to use my hockey stick to help balance when I was learning how to skate. At first maybe weird trying to multi task, holding yourself up and then holding a stick, but I found I fell less as I would lean more on the stick.

Just a thought!

They should fit. Glad to hear about the elbow pads, they are super important. Enjoy it!!!
Thanks for the tip! Cheers! :)
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I got mine deliver really fast from the last week thread, I was surprise how good quality this knee pads are for the cheap price. Thumbs Up Sign
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cartfan123 wrote: Original thread from last week appears to be deleted. Likely due to stupid “joke” comments. If not, consider this a bump to the deal.
That's exactly what happened and I came in here expecting to have to do some deleting. I was pleasantly surprised that there was nothing to do.

I picked up a pair of the $4.99 ones. Thanks for sharing!
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Are these usually used for sport type activities? I’m looking for some knee pads for general work around the house such as working on the car or gardening.
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Yes the jokes were exactly why my thread from last week was deleted. Good deal though picked up a few pairs.
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Thanks OP, i bought a pair! These will be great when I am flipping the winters off to all seasons. Second year doing it and I find that my knees give out quicker and quicker each year :(
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