"Bought these to save my rather dodgy knees any further grief!! Do exactly what I'd hoped for and cushion very nicely, you do know your wearing them mind but in no way are they any problem, worth getting if your crawling about a lot."
"I tried to save money & bought the Erbauer knee pads for the Dickies trousers but it was a false economy because they are smaller & because I am only 5 feet 6 " tall & have a short leg with a 38" waist......a)the knee section falls lower on the leg-not by much but enough to have to pull the trouser up before I kneel down. The pad in Dickies trousers are held up from a turn up at the bottom of the pad section...b)the Erbauer pad is shorter by about 2cm.........When you add a) & b) the pad is not doing its job properly resulting in pain & constantly adjusting the trousers. The Dickies knee pads fill up most of the space in the pad section & just come over the top of my knees now-the Erbauers did not.I think the Dickies pads are a little bit thicker when you see them side by side.So for an extra £1.10 I found the trousers actually do what they were suppossed to do-protect my knees. Being retired I do watch the pennies but sometimes it can backfire because you do get what you pay for or there are compatibilty issues.Luckily this time it only cost £4,89 to resolve & put right my wrong;but thought I could save someone making my mistake.Buy with confidence."
"Any significent work done kneeling down requires knee protectors or you'll regret it in later life! I have two pairs of the Dickies Grafters so these pads just slide in to the kneepocket of whichever pair I use. They are much more comfortable than using strap-on pads but probably don't offer quite the same protection. Only problem is that sometimes I find my knee nearly rolling off the edge of the pad, but that's a minor inconvenience for the care-free all-day use to which they are suited."