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Braces and Supports for Kiteboarding
These are the braces, supports, and therapy products we recommend specifically for kiteboarders.
Recognized as the best ligament knee brace available. Top-of-line protection that is custom fit for your leg. Ideal for athletes looking to prevent a knee ligament injury or re-injury to surgically repaired ligaments.
Suitable for mild to moderate ACL, MCL and LCL instabilities
New Improved Playmaker! Immeasurable comfort. Ideal for mild to moderate ACL, MCL and LCL instabilities
Provides complete protection of the ACL for athletes who don’t want to lose speed by weighing themselves down with a heavy brace.
Provides active people with protection from ACL, MCL, or PCL injuries. This is the most supportive knee brace you can get without a prescription.
For moderate stability of ligament, meniscus injuries, sprains, and osteoarthritis
For mild ligament sprains, strains, Osgood Schlatter or patellar instabilities
Comfortable pain relieving support for any activity
The Elbow Support provides warmth and compression for minor injuries such as tendinitis, bursitis, and arthritis.
Kiteboarding Braces and Supports
Kiteboarding (also sometimes called kitesurfing) is enjoyed by water sports
enthusiasts all over the world. It's a physically demanding sport involving nearly all the muscles in the body. The kitesurfer uses the power of the wind and waves to propel along the surface of the ocean, and more experienced kiteboarders may even perform aerial tricks while riding. As with surfing, kiteboarding presents chance of injury for various areas of the body. After all, you're dealing with the natural forces of the waves and are always at risk for injury from impact with the kiteboard. Kiteboarding braces and supports add stabilization to your joints to help prevent injuries while participating in this sport. They also offer extra protection for kiteboarders who are recovering from previous injuries. Check out our kiteboarding braces and supports recommended by our brace coaches today.