"I have used the strap on knee pads before and always get sweaty around the back of the knee. With these they just slide in the pockets of my overalls and you don't even know they are there. Sometimes when kneeling down you just need to make sure they are sitting in the right place, but you soon get used to this."
"Bought these to go with the DeWalt trousers which bizarly had a security tag on which the staff couldn't get off so had to return the trousers and bought two more different makes but these knee pads fit both. Like the fact they are very flexible so no hard plastic to contend with."
"Great for DeWalt trousers, they seem just the right size to always be between your knee and the floor when you are working. Used them for 1 month would not like to leave them in, when putting the trousers in the wash, other than that, a good product. They also can be cut, but this is not needed with the correct trousers of the same make."
"I looked at several knee protectors after a bout of burstitis following over exercsion. These were the only polyurethane based pads which therefore last much longer and are tough. Gel pads using plastic bumpers might be stronger but are much more uncomfortable than this type than can fit into a pair of work trousers. Not too expensive either, by comparison."
"Probably hard enough to stop a nail, nearly as hard as kneeling on the floor. They do not stay in place. Quiet likely if you get up and down enough one time they will only be half over knee thus you twist it. great!! Then again, if you stay on your knees for a while in one place (without moving), having arranged them correctly and holding them while bending (almost impossible) they're quiet (un) comfortable. good job i'm acrobatic"