• ALTA 50403 AltaFLEX Knee Protector Pad, Black Cordura Nylon Fabric, AltaLOK Fastening, Hard Cap, Long, White
  • ALTA 50403 AltaFLEX Knee Protector Pad, Black Cordura Nylon Fabric, AltaLOK Fastening, Hard Cap, Long, White
ALTA 50403 AltaFLEX Knee Protector Pad, Black Cordura Nylon Fabric, AltaLOK Fastening, Hard Cap, Long, White
ALTA 50403 AltaFLEX Knee Protector Pad, Black Cordura Nylon Fabric, AltaLOK Fastening, Hard Cap, Long, White

ALTA 50403 AltaFLEX Knee Protector Pad, Black Cordura Nylon Fabric, AltaLOK Fastening, Hard Cap, Long, White

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  • Hard plastic cap for easy swiveling and maneuvering on work surfaces
  • Black Cordura nylon cover
  • Original AltaLOK easy on/off fastening system
  • Unique Alta Strapkeeper system to secure excess straps from flapping
  • Adjustable to fit most sizes

Customer Reviews

Ok for immediate and light duty, but prolonged usage uncomfortableHeating with a woodstove means splitting a lot of firewood. Anything that can be done to make that process easier is welcome. At the suggestion of a friend, I gave these a go. Without reservation, I can tell you they are far better than the "none" I had been using. They protect the knees adequately and, at least in my case, are large enough that they cover a bit of the shin as well. There is still a gap between the bottom of these and the top of my 10" work boots, but that area is a lot less of a target than it had been in the past.Where I think these fall down a bit is the use while directly between a knee and the ground. For a short moment, and for immediate impact, they're ok, but when using my 30ton hydraulic splitter in a vertical configuration in order to split 30"+ logs, there was no really good way to avoid pressure/pain points with these. As I said, these are my first pair, so maybe that's what these things are, but it's not really what I was hoping for in that regard. 3ALTA ATA50413 AltaFlex Tactical Knee Pads, BlackI have several pairs of these ALTA tactical knee pads and they are my favorite for everyday use. I always keep a pair in the truck and a second pair in my tool bucket for work. I also keep a pair in my shed for gardening and lawn work as well as two pairs in the basement for other work around the house. I have very bad knees so need to wear pads whenever I'm on my knees, even if it's just for a couple of minutes. Compared to other knee pads I've tried in the past, these ALTA pads are very light and comfortable enough to use all day. They don't constantly roll from side to side like the thick Gel filled pads tend to whenever you shift your weight or reposition your knee. The adjustable elasticized straps have clips that lock over metal studs to hold them on the knee. They will snug down securely to hold the pads firmly in place even when I'm continuously up and down and walking from one place to another on the jobsite. The quick-release strap attachments allow the pads to be put on and removed quickly without the need to readjust the straps every time. The neoprene pads on these also won't soak up moisture from wet surfaces or scratch finished floors. Overall, I'm very pleased with these knee pads and will definitely purchase again. 5The padding is great. Never have felt so much as a bump ...The padding is great. Never have felt so much as a bump while wearing these.But they don't really stay in place while wearing them over loose Tru-Spec 24-7 fatigue trousers. Maybe the looseness of the pants fabric is taking the kneepads along for a joy ride. I think the real reason is that the upper strap on these kneepads doesn't stay tight. Be prepared to have to re-cinch them several times a day. What a hassle when you're wearing gloves or carrying things in both your hands.Have had these for 6 months now, and there are no signs of premature wear to any of the materials or hardware.So I guess that means they're gonna be mediocre for a really long time! 3USED for firefighter testing (Biddle and CPAT)AWESOME!! First time I tested physical ability test for firefighter I used their knee pads...MISTAKE!! Their knee pads were so worn out (particularly the straps) that they fell to my knees 10 seconds into a 9 minute test (that was with them tightened as far as possible without cutting circulation to my legs) and the rest of the test was spent dragging my knees across splintered wood and cement. I think it took a month and a half for my knees to finally heal...in that time got a LOT of jokes about having skinned knees as you can imagine lol. Well after that test I went home and bought these and OMG the next test I took (CPAT), was amazing...not only did they stay on my knees the whole time, but they are shock absorbing so when I dropped to my knees with an extra 60 lbs on top of my 200# rear end my knees actually didn't sustain large blunt force trauma because of that and I didn't have to spend the next few weeks in agonizing pain every time my pant leg brushed against my knee or my fiance decided to be cuddly and grab my knee lol. I will be taking these with me FOR SURE when I go to the academy and I RECOMMEND them to anyone who has to be on their knees a lot (cough! cough! ;-)) or does crawling for an occupation such as firefighters. 5DiYers get this when the Job requires you be on your Knees.I had to level a cement floor with a 1 inch dip in the middle of the room which meant alot of time on my knees. I bought some Harbor Freight pads (midprice pads as the cheap ones, I had used previously, were shot) but the ill fit caused more of a problem and I didn't want to get the expensive pads @ Home Depot - that were only going to be used a few times.The discomfort was considerable that within 2 days; I pulled the trigger on these as the price was right and the reviews were favorable. I took a gamble and it paid Off - Big Time. I was able to focus on the task at hand & finished the job with my knees intact. My only beef is that one pad kept sliding down (Left, slow creep) and the right stayed on - didn't move a bit. I would still BuY AGAIN. 5Expensive compared to the box-store stuff, but worth it.Bought these after seeing them recommended on a few YouTube gear channels. I've used cheaper knee pads sold in the home-improvement stores but the knee cap on them was too domed, making me roll my knees too much. These are much, much better as the knee-pad is more flat. Wherever you put your knee, it stays there. They're also very low-profile so they're not going to get in the way if you have to hop in a vehicle with them on.The AltaLOK fasteners are wonderful. Most knee pads have straps that just velcro down, causing them to bunch and twist when you kneel. The AltaLOKs allow the strap to rotate and move with your leg, keeping the strap in place and tight. It is a bit disappointing that the buckles on the strap are plastic though. The studs on the pad are metal, but the buckles are plastic so I have concern of how long they'll hold up. A cost-reduction measure I'm sure, and plastics/polymers have firmly supplanted metal in many applications without issue. That said, I'd still rather have metal.Lastly, and this is an observation not a complaint, the knee pads are not side-specific: the buckle and stud are on the right-hand side (as you're wearing it). I suppose that's a good thing because they can crank out more per day instead of having separate right and left production lines, and it's one less issue to deal with putting them on.Overall, I'm satisfied. 4This knee pad died for me.I use these knee pads for paintball. For the regular stuff such as kneeling on rocks or sticks in the woods, taking a knee between games, etc, these things are without peer. They are comfortable. I did not have one instance of them sliding down and needing readjusted. Today, I had my first equipment failure with these. I was playing a game in the rain. I was running on a wooden ramp that was slippery from the water. I slipped and fell approximately three feet and landed knee first on the ground. I didn't feel a thing, besides a little jarring from so far a fall. My knee was fine. I've included a picture so you can see how the pad failed. The rivet that holds the strap popped right off the knee pad. I can't blame the knee pad for this. This thing gave its life for my knee. Thank you, Alta. Great product. I'm buying another pair. 5They workIt works, but the back straps does run the back of your knees a little bit in certain positions. Maybe I'll have to loosen it up some, but I'm afraid it won't stay in place if I do that. Besides that, my knees feels comfortable when I use it for CPR during cardiac arrest chest compression. I used to say that I don't need knee pads, and they're for wleeps but trust me, they will save your knees and your knees will thank you for it. You can definitely tell a big difference slamming your knees onto hard surfaces without and with knee pads at the shooting range or whatever it is you're doing. 4my knees' new best friendI've been using these while doing demo and installing a new hardwood floor in my house. What really drew me to this one was the fact that it had a pliable rubber knee. Flooring kneepads I'd seen either had a fabric knee, exposed foam, or a hard plastic knee. I wanted something that would act as an extra shoe so I wouldn't slide around and provide me protection from exposed nail heads I missed or from nails lying around. For that purpose, it does a fantastic job. My knees aren't ripped up and feel loads better than during those first couple days when I didn't have em. If you do want to use these for flooring, I do recommend you pick up the non-marring version. Instead of black rubber, it's a white rubber. Wish I knew about that one when i purchased these.It is a bit difficult to wear these over baggy clothing. But hey, it's not like I wear knee pads often, so what do I know. Through trial and error, it seems if I fold the extra pant leg material over the front of my knee and leave as little as possible where the straps attach, I end up with less behind the knee discomfort and the pads don't slide down.I've gotta admit though, I'm looking forward to taking these on the paintball field too! 5You get what you pay forOverall for the price these are decent, and you get what you pay for. I believe they're priced fairly for the quality of product you will be receiving. I haven't been able to wear in the field and rough them up a bit and will update my review accordingly.The actual front "camo" material of the item is unfortunately not ripstop material and doesn't seem to be very durable, similar to a nylon cotton mix but I'm not for sure. If walking through thick brush and thorns I would imagine they would be ripped up fairly quickly, and will update with my experiences. The camouflaged portion seems to be relatively faded as if it's been washed 100 times. I'm sure rolling around in some dirt would help with concealment but they do work with OCP/multicam pant legs.All the sewing seems to be single stitching, and the actual knee protector seems to be secured into fabric cushion via some pushed through button? Not sure exactly how to describe it but it seems relatively secure but I'm sure I could yank it off.The knee protector is relatively mailable but definitely protects as designed. The dark tan protector will become very scratched up with use as I am able to scratch it with my fingernail.The back straps are decent and don't appear to change length with ease during use. The top portion that goes over the thigh is stretchy and greenish while the lower leg strap is completely firm and tan. There is Velcro at the end of the strap to "secure" the extra portion of the strap to itself but I'll probably just cut mine to fit and duct tape the remain portion.If you're wearing OCP's then you still have access your thigh pouch, with the thigh strap covering maybe a half inch of your bottom thigh pocket. I would assume different pant sizes probably effect pocket coverage differently.The knee pads sit nicely into each other and have a pretty low, flat profile if you're storing them inside of your ruck/bag. These can be flattened with the mailable protector.Overall comfort seems to be decent and these don't seem to want to spin or drop too much. I wouldn't deploy with these but for rummaging around in the field they're a decent knee pad. 4
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Description
  • Hard plastic cap for easy swiveling and maneuvering on work surfaces
  • Black Cordura nylon cover
  • Original AltaLOK easy on/off fastening system
  • Unique Alta Strapkeeper system to secure excess straps from flapping
  • Adjustable to fit most sizes
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Ok for immediate and light duty, but prolonged usage uncomfortableHeating with a woodstove means splitting a lot of firewood. Anything that can be done to make that process easier is welcome. At the suggestion of a friend, I gave these a go. Without reservation, I can tell you they are far better than the "none" I had been using. They protect the knees adequately and, at least in my case, are large enough that they cover a bit of the shin as well. There is still a gap between the bottom of these and the top of my 10" work boots, but that area is a lot less of a target than it had been in the past.Where I think these fall down a bit is the use while directly between a knee and the ground. For a short moment, and for immediate impact, they're ok, but when using my 30ton hydraulic splitter in a vertical configuration in order to split 30"+ logs, there was no really good way to avoid pressure/pain points with these. As I said, these are my first pair, so maybe that's what these things are, but it's not really what I was hoping for in that regard. 3ALTA ATA50413 AltaFlex Tactical Knee Pads, BlackI have several pairs of these ALTA tactical knee pads and they are my favorite for everyday use. I always keep a pair in the truck and a second pair in my tool bucket for work. I also keep a pair in my shed for gardening and lawn work as well as two pairs in the basement for other work around the house. I have very bad knees so need to wear pads whenever I'm on my knees, even if it's just for a couple of minutes. Compared to other knee pads I've tried in the past, these ALTA pads are very light and comfortable enough to use all day. They don't constantly roll from side to side like the thick Gel filled pads tend to whenever you shift your weight or reposition your knee. The adjustable elasticized straps have clips that lock over metal studs to hold them on the knee. They will snug down securely to hold the pads firmly in place even when I'm continuously up and down and walking from one place to another on the jobsite. The quick-release strap attachments allow the pads to be put on and removed quickly without the need to readjust the straps every time. The neoprene pads on these also won't soak up moisture from wet surfaces or scratch finished floors. Overall, I'm very pleased with these knee pads and will definitely purchase again. 5The padding is great. Never have felt so much as a bump ...The padding is great. Never have felt so much as a bump while wearing these.But they don't really stay in place while wearing them over loose Tru-Spec 24-7 fatigue trousers. Maybe the looseness of the pants fabric is taking the kneepads along for a joy ride. I think the real reason is that the upper strap on these kneepads doesn't stay tight. Be prepared to have to re-cinch them several times a day. What a hassle when you're wearing gloves or carrying things in both your hands.Have had these for 6 months now, and there are no signs of premature wear to any of the materials or hardware.So I guess that means they're gonna be mediocre for a really long time! 3USED for firefighter testing (Biddle and CPAT)AWESOME!! First time I tested physical ability test for firefighter I used their knee pads...MISTAKE!! Their knee pads were so worn out (particularly the straps) that they fell to my knees 10 seconds into a 9 minute test (that was with them tightened as far as possible without cutting circulation to my legs) and the rest of the test was spent dragging my knees across splintered wood and cement. I think it took a month and a half for my knees to finally heal...in that time got a LOT of jokes about having skinned knees as you can imagine lol. Well after that test I went home and bought these and OMG the next test I took (CPAT), was amazing...not only did they stay on my knees the whole time, but they are shock absorbing so when I dropped to my knees with an extra 60 lbs on top of my 200# rear end my knees actually didn't sustain large blunt force trauma because of that and I didn't have to spend the next few weeks in agonizing pain every time my pant leg brushed against my knee or my fiance decided to be cuddly and grab my knee lol. I will be taking these with me FOR SURE when I go to the academy and I RECOMMEND them to anyone who has to be on their knees a lot (cough! cough! ;-)) or does crawling for an occupation such as firefighters. 5DiYers get this when the Job requires you be on your Knees.I had to level a cement floor with a 1 inch dip in the middle of the room which meant alot of time on my knees. I bought some Harbor Freight pads (midprice pads as the cheap ones, I had used previously, were shot) but the ill fit caused more of a problem and I didn't want to get the expensive pads @ Home Depot - that were only going to be used a few times.The discomfort was considerable that within 2 days; I pulled the trigger on these as the price was right and the reviews were favorable. I took a gamble and it paid Off - Big Time. I was able to focus on the task at hand & finished the job with my knees intact. My only beef is that one pad kept sliding down (Left, slow creep) and the right stayed on - didn't move a bit. I would still BuY AGAIN. 5Expensive compared to the box-store stuff, but worth it.Bought these after seeing them recommended on a few YouTube gear channels. I've used cheaper knee pads sold in the home-improvement stores but the knee cap on them was too domed, making me roll my knees too much. These are much, much better as the knee-pad is more flat. Wherever you put your knee, it stays there. They're also very low-profile so they're not going to get in the way if you have to hop in a vehicle with them on.The AltaLOK fasteners are wonderful. Most knee pads have straps that just velcro down, causing them to bunch and twist when you kneel. The AltaLOKs allow the strap to rotate and move with your leg, keeping the strap in place and tight. It is a bit disappointing that the buckles on the strap are plastic though. The studs on the pad are metal, but the buckles are plastic so I have concern of how long they'll hold up. A cost-reduction measure I'm sure, and plastics/polymers have firmly supplanted metal in many applications without issue. That said, I'd still rather have metal.Lastly, and this is an observation not a complaint, the knee pads are not side-specific: the buckle and stud are on the right-hand side (as you're wearing it). I suppose that's a good thing because they can crank out more per day instead of having separate right and left production lines, and it's one less issue to deal with putting them on.Overall, I'm satisfied. 4This knee pad died for me.I use these knee pads for paintball. For the regular stuff such as kneeling on rocks or sticks in the woods, taking a knee between games, etc, these things are without peer. They are comfortable. I did not have one instance of them sliding down and needing readjusted. Today, I had my first equipment failure with these. I was playing a game in the rain. I was running on a wooden ramp that was slippery from the water. I slipped and fell approximately three feet and landed knee first on the ground. I didn't feel a thing, besides a little jarring from so far a fall. My knee was fine. I've included a picture so you can see how the pad failed. The rivet that holds the strap popped right off the knee pad. I can't blame the knee pad for this. This thing gave its life for my knee. Thank you, Alta. Great product. I'm buying another pair. 5They workIt works, but the back straps does run the back of your knees a little bit in certain positions. Maybe I'll have to loosen it up some, but I'm afraid it won't stay in place if I do that. Besides that, my knees feels comfortable when I use it for CPR during cardiac arrest chest compression. I used to say that I don't need knee pads, and they're for wleeps but trust me, they will save your knees and your knees will thank you for it. You can definitely tell a big difference slamming your knees onto hard surfaces without and with knee pads at the shooting range or whatever it is you're doing. 4my knees' new best friendI've been using these while doing demo and installing a new hardwood floor in my house. What really drew me to this one was the fact that it had a pliable rubber knee. Flooring kneepads I'd seen either had a fabric knee, exposed foam, or a hard plastic knee. I wanted something that would act as an extra shoe so I wouldn't slide around and provide me protection from exposed nail heads I missed or from nails lying around. For that purpose, it does a fantastic job. My knees aren't ripped up and feel loads better than during those first couple days when I didn't have em. If you do want to use these for flooring, I do recommend you pick up the non-marring version. Instead of black rubber, it's a white rubber. Wish I knew about that one when i purchased these.It is a bit difficult to wear these over baggy clothing. But hey, it's not like I wear knee pads often, so what do I know. Through trial and error, it seems if I fold the extra pant leg material over the front of my knee and leave as little as possible where the straps attach, I end up with less behind the knee discomfort and the pads don't slide down.I've gotta admit though, I'm looking forward to taking these on the paintball field too! 5You get what you pay forOverall for the price these are decent, and you get what you pay for. I believe they're priced fairly for the quality of product you will be receiving. I haven't been able to wear in the field and rough them up a bit and will update my review accordingly.The actual front "camo" material of the item is unfortunately not ripstop material and doesn't seem to be very durable, similar to a nylon cotton mix but I'm not for sure. If walking through thick brush and thorns I would imagine they would be ripped up fairly quickly, and will update with my experiences. The camouflaged portion seems to be relatively faded as if it's been washed 100 times. I'm sure rolling around in some dirt would help with concealment but they do work with OCP/multicam pant legs.All the sewing seems to be single stitching, and the actual knee protector seems to be secured into fabric cushion via some pushed through button? Not sure exactly how to describe it but it seems relatively secure but I'm sure I could yank it off.The knee protector is relatively mailable but definitely protects as designed. The dark tan protector will become very scratched up with use as I am able to scratch it with my fingernail.The back straps are decent and don't appear to change length with ease during use. The top portion that goes over the thigh is stretchy and greenish while the lower leg strap is completely firm and tan. There is Velcro at the end of the strap to "secure" the extra portion of the strap to itself but I'll probably just cut mine to fit and duct tape the remain portion.If you're wearing OCP's then you still have access your thigh pouch, with the thigh strap covering maybe a half inch of your bottom thigh pocket. I would assume different pant sizes probably effect pocket coverage differently.The knee pads sit nicely into each other and have a pretty low, flat profile if you're storing them inside of your ruck/bag. These can be flattened with the mailable protector.Overall comfort seems to be decent and these don't seem to want to spin or drop too much. I wouldn't deploy with these but for rummaging around in the field they're a decent knee pad. 4
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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