Woven sport knee brace
- Support level: Light to Moderate
- Sports: team sports Running Hiking Golf Trail
- Product highlights: Fabric compression Patellar massage pad
- Functions: Knee compression Maitien Patella
- Pathologies: Chronic edema Patellar tendinopathy Sprain Joint effusions and swelling Anterior pain syndrome of the knee
Features of the Woven Sport Knee Pad
When to use the sport woven knee brace?
SUPPORT AND STABILITY – You will immediately feel the difference. Get fast pain relief with less swelling pain and stiffness. Our Power Support technology improves blood circulation and warms your muscles getting more oxygen and less lactic acid build-up so you can perform better recover faster and prevent injury. Check out our compression knee pads and start doing what you love again!
LIGHTWEIGHT AND BREATHABLE – Some compression sleeves are too warm too restrictive or too bulky. Why settle for less than the best? Our Premium ComfortFlex design provides a comfortable snug and ergonomic fit without cutting off your circulation or restricting your movement. Our quality is unmatched with a surprisingly soft feel and a comfortably fit.
DOUBLE GRIP “””” NO-SLIP “””” – Stopping to roll up the sleeves of your knees is frustrating to say the least. Thanks to our unique double silicone grip your sleeves stay in place without slipping down no matter what you do. And since they don’t tighten behind your knees you can even wear them under your clothes . You are finally free to practice your favorite activity without interruption.
AMAZING RESULTS – With unmatched support and durability you’ll love our compression knee sleeves – we guarantee it. Premium double stitched stitching and durable construction that doesn’t lose compression over time whether you’re running a half marathon playing your favorite sport or just going about your day – without the throbbing pain . Take a few pairs for yourself or as a perfect gift for anyone who would like to have a little more support for their knees.
Woven knee brace indication
- Mild instability of the knee joint
- Joint effusions and edema
- Chronic post-operative or post-traumatic inflammation
- Tendinopathy (patellar tendonitis)
- Meniscus lesions
- Patellofemoral pain syndrome