I was asked for a translation not an ideal....
I have these and they are amazing. They have pockets on the inside that hold knee pads that come with them. I am thinking of adding a second layer. I learned from day one...CPR class that $50 for pants with knee pads would be well worth it.My 5.11 pants have them built in. They help a lot
I have the same pants. Knee pads make them ridiculously uncomfortable to wear around. First thing I do is pull them out. I also make it a point to not spend too much time on my knees though.My 5.11 pants have them built in. They help a lot
Maybe we have different pants but I don't even know the pads are there, they save me all the time. Most people don't know they are there either, until I tell them. Then they go out and get them.I have the same pants. Knee pads make them ridiculously uncomfortable to wear around. First thing I do is pull them out. I also make it a point to not spend too much time on my knees though.
Great idea in theory, neoprene makes it uncomfortable in practice.
Exactly what I thought.......What the heck did you just say? :blink:
That is because you are one of those people from that strange area of the world where supposedly the English laguage comes from, yet for some strange, unknown reason nobody speaks it. (Read that place as: The British Isles)haha i understood. hoik= lift up punter= patient
I keep hearing people complain that htey are hot, but working in the NM summer I never noticed them to be honest.I absolutely LOVE my 5.11 pants...except for the neoprene knee pads. Don't get me wrong, they do their job quite well but they are so hot they make me want to crawl out of my skin, or at least my pants.
That said they are the best pair of pants I've had the privilege of wearing.
LOL. Brings back memories. I used to visit Catford for extended periods and half the time I thought I was in a non-English speaking country when out in the pubs.What the heck did you just say? :blink:
I wear ****ies and I don't really have a problem with my knees during CPR, despite my age. Most of the CPR or C-Spine stabilization I've done has been on carpet (residences) or on tile (rest homes), with the odd MVA. 5.11s are expensive. I would suggest waiting till you see where you're working to spend that money.Yet to start doing any cpr and all that. Do you think 511's are worth buying for the class?