Everything To Know on Toughbuilt’s NEW Knee Pads

ToughBuilt proves yet again how their gear meets the needs of every construction pro! Introducing the heavy duty and non-marring GelFit™ Thigh Support Stabilization Knee Pads (model TB-KP-G3R). ToughBuilt’s latest innovation provides the ultimate in stability, comfort, and functionality. What makes these knee pads outstanding is ToughBuilt’s premium manufacturing: abrasion-resistant 1680D fabric, rugged double-injected shell with non-slip rubber and shatter-resistant plastic made to the highest quality standards ensuring durability to withstand harsh work environments, saving you from constantly buying replacements. They also have heavily textured contact surfaces, so you feel safe and confident while on the job.

The G3R knee pads have an ergonomic fit: Thigh support keeps the knee centered within the kneepad, so your range of motion isn’t compromised. The design provides ultimate stability, while also allowing complete side-to-side range of motion. The unique gel cushion and foam design embraces the natural shape of the knee and upper shin, maximizing pressure distribution for all day comfort. You can just put them on and leave them on. The elastic, EVA, buckle thigh and calf straps comfortably lock in place without cutting off circulation. Time wasted on constantly adjusting your equipment, is a thing of the past, because the G3R never rotates off your knee.

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January 26th, 2023
The 13th Annual Hybrid Summit was held on January 26th, 2023 Noon to 4 PM EST.

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2023 Virtual Men’s Round Tables

2023 Men’s Round Table #1 will be held Q1, 2023

2023 Virtual Women’s Round Tables

2023 Women’s Round Table #1 will be held Q2, 2023


Portman Holdings to develop 800-room Cincinnati hotel

Portman Holdings has been chosen as the developer of the proposed $482 million hotel that will be located near the Duke Energy Convention Center in Cincinnati. Based on an initial design, the hotel will be approximately 26 stories tall and include 800 guest rooms, retail

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