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Lateral J Patella Knee Brace


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Stabilizes the kneecap to prevent dislocations and alleviate pain. Unique patented nylon core and polyester Lycra fabric, it allows for improved airflow while still giving ample support and compression.  Read More

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Is the Lateral J Patella Brace Right for me?

If you suffer from lateral patellar subluxation, dislocations, or improper patellar tracking this is the brace for you. Still not sure? Try our Brace Advisor for personalized product recommendations to meet your needs!

Designed to treat and protect:

  • Dislocating Kneecaps (Patellar dislocation)
  • Lateral Patellofemoral Malalignment
  • Lateral Patellar Subluxation
  • Chondromalacia

Best for:

  • Everyday activities
  • Non-contact sports

Stabilizes The Kneecap To Prevent Dislocations And Alleviate Pain

The DonJoy Lateral J knee brace is our most popular patella stabilizing brace. The brace is equipped with a tubular, lateral “J” buttress that runs alongside the knee and provides support against lateral patellar subluxation, dislocations, or improper patellar tracking. The Lateral J can be worn during day-to-day activities, as well as sports and in water.

Drytex or Neoprene? Drytex is DonJoy's exclusive solution for patients with neoprene sensitivities or those who prefer less warmth from their bracing. Constructed of a unique patented nylon core and polyester Lycra fabric, it allows for improved airflow while still giving ample support and compression. Perfect for people in warm weather climates and those with neoprene allergies or irritations. (Photo images are of Drytex material with seams. Neoprene material, not shown, does not come with seams). Neoprene is a thicker material that will provide more warmth.

With or Without Hinge? This brace is available with a removable hinge for added stability for an additional cost. You should order the brace with a hinge if you have joint instability. It will provide more medial and lateral support. Otherwise, you should order the brace without a hinge.

Product Features…and the benefits you’ll experience!

Tubular, Lateral “J” Buttress
Helps stabilize your kneecap (patella). Available in left or right configuration.
Lateral to Medial Straps
Provides additional stabilization and you get to adjust the straps to provide the support that you need.
Available in Drytex or Neoprene
Pick the material that suits your needs.

Product Care

Hand wash with mild detergent and air dry.

Sizing and Measurements

Click on the Size Chart tab above to learn how to measure your leg to determine what brace size you need.

Shop our complete selection of knee braces or browse additional DonJoy products.

Size Chart & Fit Help

Take the measurement of your thigh and calf 6" above and below your kneecap using a flexible type tape measure.  Use the circumference you measure here to choose your size.

    Size Thigh Knee Center Calf
    XS 13" - 15 1/2" 12"-13" 10"-12"
    S 15 1/2" - 18 1/2" 13"-14" 12"-14"
    M 18 1/2"- 21" 14"-15" 14"-16"
    L 21"- 23 1/2" 15"-17" 16"-18"
    XL 23 1/2" - 26 1/2" 17"-19" 18"-20"
    XXL 26 1/2" - 29 1/2" 19"-21" 20"-22"

    Center Knee 1.Stand with your legs shoulder-width apart, legs slightly bent and leg muscles contracted.
    6 in Above 2. Measure up six inches from the center of your knee with a tape measure, as shown.
    Thig Circle 3. Measure the circumference of your thigh at the 6-inch mark, as shown.
    6 in below 4. Measure down six inches from the center of your knee with a tape measure, as shown. Then measure the circumference of your calf at the 6-inch mark.


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  • Skier, patellar tracking disorder at 11/14/2015 7:35 AM
  • Scott Stachyar at 10/15/2015 3:02 PM
    • My son is a 6ft 4 in 280 lb lineman he wears your knee braces to protect his mcl and acl and they worked !! How ever he did just dislocate his knee cap and they want him to switch to a jay brace . Does the hinge version of this do both protect the knee cap and mcl and acl ?
    • Scott
      If you son wears our rigid knee braces you can order a accessory that will help the kneecap. The Tru-Pull Advanced Attachment is used with out rigid knee brace ans a lateral support for the kneecap, so he can still have the protection of our functional knee brace. http://www.djoglobal.com/products/donjoy/tru-pull-advanced-attachment The attachment can be ordered through Don Joy Direct at 800-336-6569
  • Kari at 9/12/2015 7:38 AM
    • I'm right on the border for measurements between the large and medium, should i go large or medium? does the brace typical fit large or small?
    • Kari
      In my experience the braces can run a little small so I would suggest going with the large.
  • MMS at 9/3/2015 5:25 PM
    • My RT patella is positioned far lateral from center. Braces for people with center-aligned patellas simply don't work, as it sits on top of my patella rather than around it. Will this product will work for my patella tracking disorder?
    • Either the Tru-Pull Advanced System or the Tru-Pull Lite would be a better option for your case.

      The Lite might be a good place to start as the buttress can be moved to sit on the lateral side of your patella instead of on top of it.
  • Tomeka Smith at 8/30/2015 10:44 AM
    • My daughter is a competition cheerleader and she popped her knee cap out of place. Is this a brace that she could use while tumbling and competing?
    • Yes, this brace would be appropriate.
  • Cheryl at 8/27/2015 5:17 AM
    • My 12 year old daughter is a cheerleader and was recently diagnosed with <a href="http://www.betterbraces.com/knee-injuries/patellofemoral-pain-runners-knee">patella femoral syndrome</a> and requires a brace with lateral patella support for her left knee. It is important that the brace doesn't restrict her movement and she wants a brace that will do this yet be as short as possible. Her thigh measured 15" about 2" above the patella and about 17 inches 5-6" above. What would you recommend?
    • I recommend the Tru-pull lite, to provides the most support for someone who has a patella that dislocates laterally. The brace is 9" in length and the shortest available. I recommend measuring her Knee and order the brace based off her knee measurement, since the brace is only 9" in length. This brace does run a little small so, if she's on the upper end of the size chart, order the next size up.
  • Michelle at 8/19/2015 8:48 AM
    • My 15 y/o son dislocated his knee cap during <a href="http://www.betterbraces.com/football">football</a>. His positions are outside linebacker and wide receiver. I am looking at this brace and am wondering if I should purchase the hinges. The knee is stable with tenderness over his MCL. Would you recommended the hinges and what material?
    • Yes, we would suggest going with the hinged version. This will provide more medial and lateral support and protection. For sports the Drytex material is suggested, it is a bit more breathable and comfortable.
  • Juliana at 8/8/2015 4:47 PM
    • I'm in dance and I need a knee brace that isn't bulky and could potentially fit underneath my leggings. Would this be the right brace? I had <a href="http://www.betterbraces.com/knee-injuries/hyperextended-knee">hyperextended my knee</a> and dislocated my knee cap and need protection while l'm <a href="http://www.betterbraces.com/cheer-and-dance">dancing</a>.
    • The Tru-Pull Lite, http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-tru-pull-lite is good for mild to moderate patella instabilities, dislocations, or tracking issues and should offer protection while dancing.

  • Bo at 2/16/2015 8:21 AM
    • Would the hinge be a good idea if you also strained your MCL along with the kneecap dislocation?
    • Yes, the hinges will protect that ligament.
  • Jeffrey at 11/28/2014 7:52 PM
    • I am a long time ice hockey official and have been experiencing some right knee pain (knee cap) the past year. I will probably need a knee replacement one day. I had a synvisc/cortisone shot a few times that has helped but still have some discomfort especially when I push off from a standing position to follow the flow of the play. What type of knee brace would you recommend for this type of activity? Need something that is flexible and easy to put on before taking to the ice.
    • I would suggest the DonJoy Reaction Web. This brace is light weight easy to put on and helps reduce anterior knee pain caused by patellofemoral pain.
  • kyrena at 11/19/2014 7:19 PM
    • How thick is this material?
    • 1/8th of an inch
  • Matt at 11/13/2014 6:49 AM
    • My Doctor recommended a J brace or a C brace (She wasn't sure of the name) for my knee because my IT band is pulling my knee out of alignment. Which brace is going to do that for me?
    • Matt
      The Lateral J Knee Brace will help with the problem you are having with your knee.
  • Tim at 8/9/2014 12:44 PM
    • My daughter had a patellar subluxation about 16 months ago. She is now playing <a href="http://www.betterbraces.com/soccer">soccer</a> and feels the need for knee support. We are going to order this brace. How do we determine if she will gain additional benefit by having the hinges?
    • You will only need the hinges if she has joint instability which, it does not sound like she has any. She does not need the hinges if her only issue is patella subluxation.
  • Chandni at 7/10/2014 1:40 PM
    • I have dislocated the same knee three times in the last 10 years, and I'm only 21. I am a dancer and cannot imagine my life without dancing, but my doctor says if it happens again then I'll have to get surgery to tighten the ligaments that hold my kneecap in place, because both kneecaps are very loose (it's a wonder this hasn't happened to my other knee yet). My PT suggested this brace for dancing in the future, so I just want (1) to verify if this is a good choice, (2) are the hinges a good addition for my situation, and (3) what the two materials are like and how they differ.
    • 1. Yes, this brace is appropriate for someone who has dislocated the kneecaps
      2. I would suggest that you do not need the hinges, they are only needed if you feel you have instability in the knee joint
      3. Neoprene is like wetsuit material and drytex is similar but more breathable and not as hot
  • Ben at 3/7/2014 9:53 AM
    • Hi, I've dislocated my knee cap a few times and recently chipped the patella as well. My doctor said that chipped spot will grow back with weaker fibro cartilage as the stronger original hyaline cartilage will not grow back. I'm looking for a brace that will prevent future dislocations and also protect the fibro cartilage from chipping, is this J brace right for me?
    • This a good brace to prevent further dislocations. Another choice is the Tru-Pull Lite. It is a shorter brace not as hot and gives a little more control over pulling that kneecap into the correct position. Either brace would be a good choice.
  • Sue at 3/4/2014 6:42 AM
    • My 11 year old daughter has dislocated her patellar twice during dance due to patellar tracking/groove issues. The doctor had prescribed an xs Breg PTO brace, but the hinges are too restrictive for dance and she cannot wear it. Do you have any other suggestions for something lighter that has a j or butress to keep the knee cap tracking properly, but still allow for less restrictive movement such as a dancer would need.
    • This is a great option for your daughter’s diagnosis.
  • Richie at 2/19/2014 6:14 PM
    • Two and a half years ago, I dislocated my kneecap playing football. I went through PT and wore the Tru-Pull Lite brace. About 6 months later, I dislocated my kneecap again while playing indoor soccer with the Tru-Pull Lite brace on. After that, I switched to the Breg PTO Soft knee brace and have had no knee issues since while wearing it during 2 football seasons and 1 lacrosse season.

      Now, 2 years removed from my last dislocation, I am considering trying out a lighter knee brace because I have not had any knee dislocations or subluxations since but am still uncomfortable playing sports without a knee brace. My biggest concern with this J brace is if it really does keep sufficient pressure on the lateral edge of the kneecap when the leg is fully extended. Can you verify this? Also, how does this brace compare with the Breg "Lateral Stabilizer Soft Knee Brace"? Is one better than the other?

      Finally, which material would be better to get, Drytex or neoprene? Does one material tend to slip more than the other?
    • The Breg is similar to the Lateral J, both have the same mechanism. If you would like a brace for extremely active people that will keep constant pressure on the kneecap you should look at the Reaction. It will keep the kneecap tracking in the Femoral groove, it has a teflon infused elastomeric web that as you flex it will get stronger to keep continuous support on the kneecap.
  • Christian at 1/25/2014 9:03 AM
    • I've had a 3 knee dislocations spaced about 7 years apart. All where caused by slip and falls where the knee cap displaced to the lateral side and corrected itself in the same action. My PT suggested that my quads are pretty weak, and have since been training them.

      I've had an MRI and nothing out of the ordinary has been found. I've also gone through rehab, but still I have some clunking/clicking occasionally in the knee along with pain and swelling.

      My PT originally suggested a <a href="http://www.betterbraces.com/knee-braces/knee-sleeves?material=100">neoprene sleeve</a>, perhaps with some stabilizers for use in my kickboxing class which I have not been attending of late.

      I am currently using a Bauerfeind GenuTrain, but find that it causes more problems than helps pushing on the kneecap.

      After the injury, I originally purchased the "Shock Doctor Ultra Knee Support with Bilateral Hinges", which my PT said was way too restrictive and much more than I needed.

      Do you think this brace with hinges would be a good fit for me?
    • The Tru-Pull Lite is better than the Lateral J because the buttress can be positioned right at the end of the kneecap so you can control the tension against the patella.
  • Kumaran at 1/24/2014 6:44 AM
    • I had a ligament tear/stretch on my left knee some 8 years ago. I did not go for the surgery.
      I don't have any problems with normal day to day activities. But do feel the instability occasionally when I play cricket, which makes me fall. Please suggest a suitable brace which has no bulk and will give support on the sides and allow me to play freely.
    • This brace is primarily used for Patellar instabilities. If your instability is the patella this is a great brace. If your instability comes from ligaments you may consider looking at the DonJoy Deluxe Hinged Knee.
  • Charley at 1/21/2014 6:22 AM
    • Hello, I have dislocated my knees a few times over the years, the last time 3 years ago getting on a ski lift when I was snowboarding. I keep very fit and don't get a lot of trouble from my knees. The odd slip here and there, I have used the DonJoy Tru-Pull Advanced braces for the past couple of years when I go <a href="http://www.betterbraces.com/snowboarding">snowboarding</a>, they have been great in respect to my knee not dislocating but when it comes to comfort they are terrible. I don't use them for anything else just boarding. Do you think if I swap to these they will still be as effective, but a lot less bulky but still give the same results?

    • This is an excellent choice for patellar stability. This brace will be more stream line and along with the lateral support you received from the Tru-Pull Advanced brace you will also receive inferior patella support.
  • Andre at 12/26/2013 9:41 AM
    • I have had multiple patella dislocations over the last 20 years, it first happen while skiing, then it repeatedly happened while skating, playing hockey or making a false movement. I have met one of the top knee specialist here (Montreal) and had a bio-mechanical test perform, basically there is not much to be done beside working to strengthen my quads. The knee cartilage is bit worn and also have osteoarthritis of the knee. Ironically I don't have real pain or nothing that prevent me from running, biking or practicing karate weekly. The Dr says, I need to manage my human capital until I get older and get a total knee replacement surgery. I have always practice sport and I can't get the idea of no longer skiing, skating or playing hockey for fun. I had stop practicing those sport for few years but even though my knee cap would dislocate in all kind of situation. Last year, after training hard for 2 months, I went to ski a couple of time and my knee hold-up fine and had no pain, but I know dislocation will happen sooner or later no matter how careful I am and whatever I do. We only have one life to live and I don't want to live mine sitting in front of a TV set. I was suggest to buy a knee brace that will give me the extra security I need to practice my preferred sport. I am now very careful in ski, ( no more double daffy or 360 if you see what I mean), I only play hockey and skate in a non competing mode, just for fun. I'm thinking of ordering this brace with hinge, do you think this is the best brace for me?
    • Since you have had multiple dislocations I would suggest our best patello-femoral brace for that which would be the DonJoy Tru-Pull Advanced System.
      This brace will help keep the patella tracking in the right position. The material of the brace is Drytex breathable material and you can get it with a hinge to give added medial and lateral support.
  • Mary claire at 10/26/2013 10:01 AM
    • I had an ACL repair 2 years ago and I would like to start playing cutting sports again. I have developed a patella tracking issue since my surgery and my doctor suggested this brace. I am nervous to buy this brace since it is not for ACL support and I will be playing cutting sports again(recreationally).

      Will this still support my ACL?
    • This brace does not give support for the ACL, only patella tracking and if you get the hinged version that will give you some medial and lateral support. The Playmaker II with a patella donut would be a better choice. The Playmaker has our four-Points of Leverage strapping system that we use on our rigid ACL braces. The strapping creates the right kind tension to protect the ACL. The other option is one of our rigid ACL braces with a Tru-Pull Attachment for your patella.
  • sierra at 9/4/2013 9:16 PM
    • I have this brace, was wondering if there was something smaller with the same support ? Also would really prefer if this brace came in tan.? I hate having to wear such a big brace and it being so noticeable. I have dislocated my left knee two times so think this is the best support ? I have read you have total mobility with this brace however I can't seem to bend my leg only to barely walk without a limp.?
    • We do not have a tan brace that would help with your patella issues, however, the Reaction is a lighter lower profile brace that would keep that patella tracking efficiently or the Tru-Pull Lite is a lower profile less bulky patellafemoral brace.
  • Andrew at 6/6/2013 7:04 PM
    • I had an ACL repair roughly 6 years ago, and a torn meniscus about a year ago. Most recently, my patella began to sublux occasionally. I'm looking for a brace that will support the patella and provide overall knee stability without being too bulky. I'd also like something that I could wear during sports. Currently, wearing it every day wouldn't be the norm...but it may develop into that as my knees get worse (at that point I would look for a more suitable everyday brace).I've basically narrowed it down to the Reaction and this brace. Which of these two braces would more fit my requirements? Or possibly a different brace?
    • This brace would be a good option for you, the J buttress provides support to the patella and the length of the brace provides compression and support to the knee.

      You have one more option for a Patella Stabilizer. The Tru-pull Lite, provides moderate support and is a smaller brace about 8 inches in length.
  • Cynthia at 5/29/2013 12:03 AM
    • I have medial and lateral patellar subluxation, though it is more pronounced in the lateral direction. I don't want a bulky brace and the J shape looks like it might provide the minimal medial support I need. I'm sensitive to neoprene so the drytex alternative is a plus. Is this brace a good choice?
    • Yes, the J Brace is a great option for Lateral Patella Support. Another option you may consider is the Tru-Pull Lite. It's a low profile brace, the shortest Patella Brace we have. Provides both medial and lateral support. Click here.">http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-tru-pull-lite">here.

  • Tammy Proctor at 7/17/2012 6:56 PM
    • Do you make a waterproof patella knee brace- My daughter is a swimmer and requires the brace to be streamline and water resistant. Do you make one?
    • All of our braces can be worn in the water. Garret McNamara professional surfer wears our braces. The brace will have to be rinsed with tap water and should be air dryed.
  • Don Gentry at 3/31/2012 6:27 AM
    • I have this brace in drytex and would like to know how to clean it. Can I just put it in the clothes washer on gentle cycle? I have had it for 6 weeks and it needs to be cleaned/washed.
    • Wash with mild detergent and let it air dry.
  • Carol at 11/30/2011 4:19 AM
    • My son is a wrestler and needs a brace to support his patella. His current brace only allows him to bend 90 degrees. Will this brace allow him a broader range of motion?
    • Yes, this brace will allow him full range of motion while supporting the lateral patella tracking problems.
  • Beau at 6/27/2011 2:13 AM
    • Hi. I recently got the tru pull advance system for my knees for basketball..but the braces are just way to bulky and always are slipping down and the bands go over my knee..I saw this it looks like a much more active and light brace with great support..would this help prevent patella dislocations just as well?
    • The Donjoy Tru Pull Lite or this J Brace would be more low profile than the Tru Pull Advanced System and still prevent lateral tracking and dislocations of your patella. Please let us know if you have any further questions.
  • Mike at 6/10/2011 5:26 PM
    • Have used the tru pull lite but still had some minor dislocation. Will this J brace provide more support of the knee cap?
      Daughter wants something with more support. Will this hinged product provide that?
    • I would suggest doing the Tru-Pull advanced system, you can do it with or with out hinges. This brace is going to provide the highest level of patella support.
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Great brace

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After dislocating my knee cap, I wore another brace that was difficult to move in, this is the most comfortable brace I've ever worn, and it allows me to do my PT without worry of my knee cap moving. I love it.
Posted on May 8, 2015

Functional, but uncomfortable

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This brace does what it's supposed to do, but it's really quite uncomfortable. The seam up the back is extremely annoying and the raw edges on the velco tabs are scraping up my other leg.

Standing for long periods, etc., have definitely become less painful since purchasing the brace, but I find myself having to weigh whether it's worth the discomfort of wearing it.
Posted on October 28, 2014

good knee support

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I've been wearing these braces on both of my knees for about a year now. My kneecaps don't track well, and they provide stability and compression. I've used both the drytex and the neoprene, and while the drytex doesn't make me as sweaty, if I'm doing anything other than standing (i.e. walking, hiking, jogging, etc.), the drytex braces almost immediately start shifting, which makes my kneecap fall out of range of the active part of the braces. The drytex braces also stretch out pretty quickly, creating a need to buy a new brace. So I'd recommend the neoprene braces for anyone who's active at all.
Posted on July 26, 2014


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My knee cap would dislocate and then come back in every week. I had a small surgery on it but then it happened again when I was playing field hockey. I didn't want it to happen again so I met up with my athletic trainer and he told me to get this brace. It feels much comfortable than the other brace I had. I can move around in it and feel 100% safe and confident it won't come out again
Posted on September 4, 2013


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this one brace I got NOT from your company was horrible it gave me pain and I couldn't bend my knee and it was over $100 it was a rip off and we think it gave me osteoporosis

now this brace is FANTASTIC very easy to run and move around in can bend your leg and sometimes I forget that I'm even wearing a knee brace it's awesome I've been using this one for about 6 months Love it I use it because I fully dislocated my left knee playing basketball and tore a few ligaments has great support I'm getting ready to order 2 more one for my right and one for my left my orthopedic Dr. recommended doing so for basketball and softball since it can easily happen to my other knee... the reason I'm ordering another one for my left is because I had to wear it for a few months until my knee stopped giving out on me and for PT and sports Its still in really good shape just ordering a new for when school starts for sports takes about a week or two to break in I HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT
Posted on August 7, 2012

Extremely Pleased

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I bought one of these roughly eight months ago for my left knee. I had a severe knee cap dislocation eight and a half years ago and didn't have surgery. I was looking for a product with more support than the McDavid bands I had been using (which really don't do very much). I was looking for elements of a sleeve and a brace that allowed me to move around. This product does both extremely well.

I am currently training for a half marathon and have been running 15-25 miles per week. It takes some getting used to, but the product provides the compression of a sleeve and the medial and lateral support of a brace without being overly bulky. The J padding and straps keep my kneecap completely still. The pain while running is reduced significantly and my bad knee can still be sore after a long run, but I figure everyone is different in this regard.

A few notes: (1) Running a lot with one brace became a bit uncomfortable so I bought the same brace for my right knee. With only one brace on, my left leg was doing something different than my right. Over time, it got annoying and I was afraid I was going to injure myself. Although my right knee has no ailments (other than a shallow trochlear groove, as is the case with my left knee as well), I found the identical brace on my right knee to be the perfect solution. Doing interval / sprint workouts takes some getting used to because your range of motion is decreased a bit, but I still make it work. (2) Pull the sleeve up your leg enough so that the curve of the J pushes / nudges up against your kneecap. (3) I'm not sure how well this product will work during sports that require a lot of sprinting / shorts burst or changing direction. I've been playing competitive co-ed touch football for over two years. I tried playing middle linebacker and receiver with my brace for one game. I felt too slow and haven't worn it sense, even though I really know I should. Tackle football (high school and below), depends on the position. Basketball might be the same senario as football. Soccer you might be able to get away with wearing it. Hockey, you absolutely can wear this. Baseball, not sure.

Overall, this product (on both knees) allows me to feel confident enough to do a ten week training regimen leading up to running a half marathon. If my injured knee holds up, this product will help me run a full marathon in six months. For the record, I'm not a doctor, so this review is my opinion only and extremely unscientific.
Posted on April 24, 2012

if the brace was able to stay in place it would be fantastic

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After my knee cap dislocation due to patellofemoral grooves which were found to be shallow allowing my cap to dislocate with any lateral force doing ligament,tendon and muscle damage as well. I found that the brace moves around with light exercise or movement needing constant adjustment however when it is in the proper place over the knee cap it is comforting and provides the necessary support to keep the cap in place.
Posted on February 2, 2012

Great knee brace

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i used to have a knee brace that would destroy my knee but then i got this brace and saw a huge improvement. It seems to be more supportive and just a great overall knee brace
Posted on June 11, 2011

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