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Available in multiple designs, patterns and colors
Lightweight and easy to carry with built in handle
Approx. 12 inches diameter and 0.5 inches thick foam
Easy to Clean amp; Durable
Ever been working in your garden, kneeling under the hot sun, and something starts to ache? Your knees, from all the excess pressure and the keeling in the sometimes slippery, sometimes rocky terrain will start to ache after some TLC in your beloved garden. It's not a question of whether they will or not, but when they will. Now, with our Gardening Knee Cushion, you can be free from all that discomfort!
Our Gardening Knee Cushion (Approx. 12 inches diameter) is light weight, easy to carry with the built-in handle and have enough padding(1/2 inches) to make you more comfortable. Just throw it down wherever you want to work, and kneel away!
Your custom design will be dyed on the fabric on top of the foam, no plastic or vinyl to get hot and sweaty and slippery. The foam under the fabric is black. Our cushions are available in multiple prints, patterns and colors. So pick your favorite flowers, or simply just your favorite color. You can customize and personalize them in our customization interface, so you can see what it will look like, before you purchase it. Contact us if you cannot find what you are looking for!
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