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JBM Knee Compression Sleeve Support (Various Sizes/Colors) - $5.50

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JBM International via Amazon [amazon.com] is offering JBM Knee Compression Sleeve Support (Various Sizes/Colors) on sale for $15.72 - $10.22 w/ promo code SF643DVP = $5.50. Shipping is free with prime.
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I bought two from a previous deal. They both slide down constantly and I have to pull them up when I go to the bathroom or my bedroom.
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I bought two from a previous deal. They both slide down constantly and I have to pull them up when I go to the bathroom or my bedroom.
I've got experience with knee pads, I always search for silicone strip inside, and velcro straps on the outside. No sliding guaranteed!
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I bought one of these last time it went FP and I dont like it. Previous comment is correct. The thing slides down constantly and you have to pull them up all the time. Buy those that has silicone grip.
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Same here. Worked perfect the first two times I jogged in it. Then, it started sliding down. Very annoying, wouldn't buy again.
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I kneed one of these, thanks!
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Bought these the last time they were on sale. Would NOT recommend them. Constantly slide off.
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I've got experience with knee pads, I always search for silicone strip inside, and velcro straps on the outside. No sliding guaranteed!
Any you recommend?
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Maybe too big? I got for my husband and he loves it. Has no issues with it. Feels relief! Wears it to work everyday. Just bought 4 more. 2 for grandma and 2 for him.
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i know the risk is there but can't really beat the price
i guess i would buy a couple more and return it if any of them start slide down
wait
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I bought two from a previous deal. They both slide down constantly and I have to pull them up when I go to the bathroom or my bedroom.
Try to use snap size, it would be better
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I've got experience with knee pads, I always search for silicone strip inside, and velcro straps on the outside. No sliding guaranteed!
Hi can you give me an example of a product like the one you mentioned on say.. Amazon! I need one bad cause of sprained LCL
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Any you recommend?
Sorry I meant I use knee pads for mountain biking. I have noticed that you get what you pay for when dealing with performance wear such as this. Protective gear has a much larger mark up with similar safety performance.
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since so many ppl asked here is an example on ebay 311945278248 $11 for the pair shipped. It mentions anti skid silicone grip.
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purchased the bike helmet from this brand before
the quality is good
i think i will give this brand another shot
plus, you can always return them if not fit
nothing to lose for a fiverr
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