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Tilers Place

“Lighter, more comfortable and featuring a different buckling system over traditional knee pads, Ogre Shield brings a truly unique spin to the knee pad market and aims to provide a better knee pad for everyone.” Full review at https://tilersplace.com/ogre-shield-knee-pads-review/

Andrew Grandjean

"I bought these after our home was flooded because I knew I’d need them when I replace almost a 1,000 square feet of laminate flooring. In the meantime they’ve become indispensable when prepping base boards and other things close to the ground for painting and grout cleaning. I love the way they fit. The velcro makes them easy to adjust for fit and comfort."

A. Churney

"I needed pads that were comfortable to wear while walking and moving 80% of the time with lot of short stints of taking a knee to fix stuff on the ground. I had one 300+ foot crawl and the pads stayed in place. I wore them under my jeans and they worked very well."

Nancy Van Belle

"These are the best knee pads I have tried thus far. I love the way they fasten on the calf. No irritation behind the knee from straps when I am kneeling and working. The padding is quite good. Liked them so much I bought a second pair so I could keep one pair for outside and one for indoors."

Teresa Dooley

"I use them in the garden and also got a pair for my parents, gardening/chores. My mother loves hers for gardening also."

Larry

"I have had, over the years, hard, combat, soft, strapped, sleeved and buckled knee pads. These are by far the best and most comfortable knee pads to date. I hardly know they are there except when I need them.
I am 72 years old and being on my knees is a real chore. These knee pads are a blessing!"

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