Burson work pants with built-in removable Super Cushion knee pads

2.9 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews

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  • Light weight built-in knee pads that do not inhibit movement, or interfere with job responsibilities.
  • Increased comfort as the knee pad gently surrounds the knee, and protects the knee from hard work surfaces.
  • Burson work pants, with built-in knee pads, are highly durable, and will stand-up to the harshest working conditions.
  • The integrated Super cushion knee pads can easily be removed, making laundering quick and easy.
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Work pants with built-in removable upgraded knee pads

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      2.9 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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    By G. Conner TOP 500 REVIEWER on June 8, 2013
    Size: xxlarge 44x30 Verified Purchase
    The idea of wearing knee pads is not new, and throughout Europe the idea of using pockets to hold knee pads is not new either. Instead of strapping separate bulky uncomfortable knee pads to your legs with circulation-stopping elastic and abrasive velcro, European tradesmen slip slim but effective pads into pockets. These pockets are like any other pockets except they are sewn directly in front of the upper shin and knee area. At least, they are supposed to be.

    Although I love this idea and the material is good, my pants came with the knee pads sewn far off center. Both knee-pad pockets were sewn so far inside that they are useless for holding pads where they might actually protect my knees.

    There are other ways to get the same protection. Duluth Trading makes some good work pants that have knee-pad pockets, but for some inexplicable reason they make their pockets upside down so you insert the pads from below. I e-mailed Duluth to suggest a better way, but they did not respond.

    That's why I suggest you do not buy these pants, or the Duluth products at this time; at least not until they fix their errant design. Instead, you can do what I do...

    Buy regular painter's pants (or overalls) which already have an extra layer of cloth on the knee area. Rip open the top stitching of this knee area and insert pads from above. Gravity and friction holds the pads securely yet comfortably in place. They are always ready whenever you need them, but they never bind, cut off circulation or itch. Your legs stay cooler too.

    If you (or a loved one) has sewing skills, you can easily modify ANY pair of comfortable jeans or work pants to accept knee pads. You could also pay a tailor to do this minor alteration.
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    These were the worst waste of money! To start with the knee pads were to low on the leg and set to the side, off the seem. They do not align with your knee! Then with in 2 weeks the seem blew out on the right thigh. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
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    My husband is a builder and a sailor with a lean frame. Both activities require him to be on his knees to perform various tasks, and he has knobby knees without much padding. I have been searching for padded knee pants since the brand he wore was discontinued. While shopping online with my daughters, I mentioned my dilemma and we began searching. We found Burson work pants and ordered a pair. My husband is very pleased with the fit (which is true to size), durability and overall performance (the knee pads don't pull up too high when bending down). I'd like to add that he looks hot in them, which is always a bonus! He wears them for both building and sailing, and recommends them to anyone wanting comfortable knee pad pants for a reasonable price.
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    Size: medium 34x34 Verified Purchase
    Don't waste your money they don't last. They take forever to ship, and the fit is awful
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