knee pad

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knee pad

[′nē ‚pad]
(engineering)
A protective cushion, usually made of sponge rubber, that can be strapped to a worker's knee.
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The trouser is reinforced with CORDURA[R] Classic fabric in high wear areas such as hammer loops, kneepads, and hem guards - transforming the most vulnerable parts of the garment into some of the strongest.
kneepads, which easily slide into the Skillers pants,
The articulated kneepads keep you comfortable when you're crawling around over sharp rocks and spiny plants.
After last year's cheap plasma telly punch-ups he really should have suggested kneepads and a gum shield.
Why not a pitman, standing up there just as tall, holding his lamp and wearing his hard hat, kneepads and boots, arms outstretched welcoming peopsle as they enter Tyneside?
I had just got my bonus from work and was planning to spend it on something for the house, but instead spent it on skates, kneepads and a helmet.
27, an exterior with black-painted STI 17-inch wheels and red brake callipers, and an interior with contrasting blue colours for the leather seat bolsters, head rests, stitching and steering wheel, while the blue scheme extends to the centre console kneepads, door trim and floor mats.
This, in combination with synthetic leather kneepads that offer firm support to the driver and passenger, symbolize the firm and strong frame intrinsic to SUVs.
They had also regularly protested about too-large helmets and kneepads.
It utilizes a new style of cordura kneepads and trims, which not only looks good, but is high performance.