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  1. DonJoy Lateral J Patella Knee Brace
    $54.99
    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.
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    DonJoy Deluxe Hinged Knee Brace Drytex

    DonJoy Deluxe Hinged Knee Brace
    $119.99
    For moderate stability of ligament, meniscus injuries, sprains, and osteoarthritis
  3. DonJoy Cross Strap Knee Brace
    $19.99
    Treats patellar tendonitis (jumper’s knee), runner's knee and Osgood-Schlatters.
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    Webtech Knee Strap - Slime Green

    DonJoy Performance Webtech Knee Strap
    $35.00
    Silicone band supports the Patellar Tendon for maximum knee pain relief
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    TriZone Knee Support - Orange

    DonJoy Performance Trizone Knee Support Brace
    $85.00
    Combining bracing and compression into one low-profile sleeve
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    Webtech Short Knee Brace - Black

    DonJoy Performance Webtech Short Knee Brace
    $70.00
    Silicone web evenly distributes pressure to the Quad and Patellar Tendon
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    ProForm 4MM Open Patella Knee Sleeve  - Slime Green

    DonJoy Performance ProForm 4MM Open Patella Knee Sleeve
    $40.00
    4mm neoprene sleeve with open Patella for added knee support
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    DonJoy FullForce Ligament Knee Brace

    DonJoy FullForce Ligament Knee Brace
    $524.99
    Provides complete protection of the ACL for athletes who don’t want to lose speed by weighing themselves down with a heavy brace.
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    ProForm 2MM Knee Sleeve - Slime Green

    DonJoy Performance ProForm 2MM Knee Sleeve
    $35.00
    2mm neoprene knee sleeve offers max heat retention
Lacrosse Braces and Supports
Injuries to the knee and ankle are very common for sports like lacrosse that involve lots of running. If the surface on the field is uneven, a simple misstep may lead to an ankle rollover injury or even an ankle sprain. Knee injuries are also quite frequent in lacrosse, since sudden changes in direction and speed may cause the ligaments in the knee to move farther than their natural range of motion. This type of movement causes knee strain and ligament tears. These ankle and knee injuries may lead to a lacrosse player missing several weeks of playtime, or even an entire season. Wearing lacrosse braces and supports may help prevent these types of injuries from occurring by providing added stabilization to your knees and ankles. This is especially important if the athlete has been previously injured so that there's ample protection from re-injury. Check out these lacrosse braces and supports recommended by our brace coaches today!
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