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Bionic FullStop Knee Brace

Regular Price: $249.99

Special Price $224.99

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Hinge ACL protection for recovery and to help injury prevention.

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Regular Price: $249.99

Special Price $224.99

Product Details

Product Description

Features & Benefits:

Hinge Technology and Four-point Leverage System to stay out of the "at-risk" position
Anti-migration technology to prevent sleeve movement
Reflectivity for enhanced visibility in low-light conditions
Compression and thermal heat regulation
Adjustable straps for a more secure, personal fit

Is the Bionic FullStop Knee Brace right for me?

Perform your best with the ultimate protection. With a sleek, low-profile, the BIONIC FULLSTOP delivers maximum support for ACL recovery and prevention. Designed with dampening hinges to prevent hyperextension and help improve joint mechanics in both surgical and non-surgical knees.

DonJoy Performance Bionic Fullstop Knee

Designed to support and protect:

  • ACL, Meniscus or Patella Injuries
  • Joint Instabilities
  • Moderate Ligament and Tendon Sprains
  • Hyperextension

Best for:

  • Active individuals
  • Sports similar to: Football, Soccer, Skiing/Snowboarding, Basketball, Lacrosse, Volleyball

The Bionic FullStop Knee Brace can be used to treat or prevent the following knee injuries:

  • ACL and Meniscus Injuries
  • Joint Instabilities
  • Moderate Ligament and Tendon Sprains
  • Hyperextension
  • Patella Support

The Bionic FullStop Knee Brace Benefits

  • Increase circulation
  • Improve heat regulation
  • Compression
  • Joint and ligament support

Bionic FullStop Knee Brace Instructions

Pull up over knee so knee is in the center of the opening. Wrap and secure straps for personal fit. Adjust as needed.

Bionic FullStop Knee Brace Care

After usage, we recommend you rinse it with fresh, clean water and let it air dry.

Our most stable line of sport performance bracing products, the BIONIC FULLSTOP provides the ultimate ACL protection for post-op recovery and injury prevention. Easy to put on and designed with adjustable straps for a more personal fit.

View all DonJoy Performance braces or our full selection of knee braces.

Size Chart & Fit Help
Circumference Thigh (Above knee 15cm) Knee Center Calf (Below knee 15cm)
XS 13.0''-15.5'' 12"-13" 10"-12"
S 15.5"-18.5" 13"-14" 12"-14"
M 18.5"-21" 14"-15" 14"-16"
L 21.0"-23.5" 15"-17" 16"-18"
XL 23.5"-26.5" 17"-19" 18"-20"

Measurement taken at the center of the knee (directly over patella)
Product Questions (12)

Product Questions

DonJoy Performance Bionic FullStop Knee Brace

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  • Genny at 9/13/2016 6:34 PM
    • Hi, 3 years ago I had an ACL PCL and LCL tear playing rugby (has been repaired). I have a donjoy defiance III which I use for very high impact sports such as basketball, competitive baseball and volleyball. I'm hoping to get a lower profile brace (i.e. soft straps) to wear while playing non-contact sports such as recreational softball, track and field, and golf, and doing leg workouts, as I have since re-torn my ACL (not sure exactly when or how) and recently had a very mild MCL sprain because I didn't think I needed my defiance III. I'm wondering if I should get the bionic full stop brace, as it seems to be the highest level for ACL protection, or if I should go for the playmaker, which specifically mentions protection for the other ligaments. Thank you!
    • The DonJoy Performance Bionic FullStop Knee Brace would offer you excellent protection and support for your ACL as it helps to keep the knee out of the " at risk position". Both the Bionic Full Stop and the Playmaker 2 have the same supportive hinge but the Fourcepoint can be adjusted to add flexion and extension stops, whereas the Full Stop cannot.
  • Anderson at 9/1/2016 3:30 PM
    • The hinges on the sides are made of what material?

      Also how intense can my workouts become if I currently have mild discomfurt when I run? Would I easily be able to push myself and start doing leg day where I can do leg press?
    • The hinges are made of aluminum. The Bionic Fullstop will allow you to continue to do you workout routine and still leave you room to push yourself. It will prevent and keep your knee out of the "at risk" position.
  • Kevin at 9/1/2016 8:52 AM
    • I have had 3 ACL tears and I currently have a knee brace, but I'm looking for one that's less bulky. Is this a good option?
    • Yes, this would be a great brace. It is less bulky than other knee braces. It delivers maximum support for ACL injuries. It has hinge technology and four-point leverage system that keeps you out of the "at risk position"
  • lhraz at 8/3/2016 3:34 PM
    • i have a stable break of the patella. im looking for a brace that can limit movement to 45 degrees and keep patella stable
    • Yes, the Bionic Fullstop Knee Brace would be a good choice.
  • Ronnie at 7/31/2016 8:27 PM
    • 2 previous Acl repairs with some cartilage issues also. All on the same knee! Recommendation for a brace for doing Cross Fit.
    • The DonJoy Performance Bionic FullStop Knee Brace would be a great brace for support of your ACL. Through the dampening cycle of the hinge, muscle memory trains your body to keep both the braced and un-braced knees out of the "at risk" zone. It provides the ultimate ACL protection for post-op recovery and injury prevention..
  • Michael at 7/16/2016 8:30 PM
    • I had an injury on my knee when I was young. Not sure what the doctors actually told my parents. Basically I had a large concrete block fall on the inside of my knee. No broken bones but, had my leg completely emobilized for 6 months. I now have a lot of pain most times in several areas of my knee. Mostly when I put pressure on it. Unfortunately, my job has me climbing latter's alot & also the need to be on my knees from time to time. Would this be the best brace for me?
    • The DonJoy Performance Bionic FullStop Knee Brace is designed more for previous ACL injuries. Since you have more generalized knee pain, you may consider the DonJoy Performance Bionic Knee Brace https://www.betterbraces.com/bionic-knee-brace, which offers compression, medial and lateral support, as well as a patella donut.
  • Brenduh at 7/1/2016 7:35 PM
    • I need to get a brace to support my knee. I have had a small tear on the ligament and was advised to knee brace to avoid further injury. I play roller derby and was wondering if this would be well suited for that high contact sport. Also, would the hinge or any part of this brace be an issue with the knee pads that I wear?
    • Based on your diagnosis we would go with our Playmaker II. The reason for this would be the hinges are low profile and will help when wearing the knee pads, since our DonJoy Performance Bionic FullStop Knee Brace as bulkier hinges it might cause some discomfort to your leg, the Playmaker will still provide the support, stability and help with any further injuries. our Playmaker comes with a 10 degree stop which will help to avoid any hyperextension. Please see link Below: https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-playmaker-ii-knee-brace
  • mike baker at 6/29/2016 4:41 PM
  • SH at 6/22/2016 12:52 PM
    • Need a lightweight brace for ACL injury and prevention for basketball played at a fast paced and high level-high school and AAU. Playmaker II Fourcepoint? Bionic Fullstop? Armor Fourcepoint? Or more custom A22?
    • The playmaker ll Fourceoint would be a great brace for you to try. It will help prevent further injury to the knee. The fourcepoint hinges train your knee to stay out of the "at risk" position for the ACL. This will also help to prevent a more serious injury. The Bionic Fullstop knee brace would also be a good choice as it also helps to keep the knee out of the "at risk" position. The Armor Fourcepoint Hinge knee brace is the strongest brace you can get without a prescription. It will help to reduce the strain on the ACL by distributing the ligament via the four points. The A22 brace will offer you maximum support while being custom fit to your knee and also extremely light weight. The A22 also has the fourcepoint hinge to keep your knee out of the "at risk" position.
  • craig at 4/20/2016 10:52 PM
    • What is the difference in support and overall between the bionic fullstop and the playmaker ii fourcepoint?? will one or the other give me better support?
    • The Bionic Fullstop and the Playmaker II with fourcepoint hinge have the same supportive hinge but there is one difference between them. The fourcepoint hinge can be adjusted to add flexion and extension stops and the full stop cannot.
  • Allen at 4/19/2016 2:07 PM
    • My son is playing Highschool Football, Offense and Defense Line. He has not had injury, but coaches want him to get knee braces to prevent injury. What is the best one and most affordable?
    • The best brace for him to wear would be the Don Joy Armor knee brace. The Armor is for contact sports, the frame is a strong aluminum and has our four points of leverage strapping system that will help to preven injury and provide maximum support.
  • Susan at 3/5/2016 3:52 PM
    • How long is this brace and what materials is it made from?
    • The length is 16" and the material is a combination of neoprene and mesh
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    Good Brace depending on the activity

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    Full ACL replacement using the Patellar Tendon on March 9, 2017 after a high speed impact skiing. After 9 months of rehab to get back skiing ASAP this was the best brace option short of a full custom brace. I tested the brace trail hiking in the northeaster PA mountains when I received it in late December. The added stability & confidence gained was fantastic. After skiing in 4 -5 times now I found it to cause more problems than it was resolving. The bottom brace strap and medial side metal hinge bottom contacted the tongue & inside padding of my boot (Dalbello Diablos) causing the brace to shift slightly upward when flexing into deep carving turns. This also came into play when trying to make quick turns navigating bumps and causes the brace side ski to alter my intended turn. The upward movement causes pain and swelling in and around the Patella harvest site due to the patellar strap on the brace. Loosening the Patellar strap just made the brace shift further, however did not irritate the tendon as much. I think this will be a brace for mountain biking, surfing and hiking. Going to find another brace for skiing.
    Pros: -Very stable for hiking and other activities that do not require equipment to come in contact with the brace.
    Cons: - Did not work as hoped for skiing. This may just be due to the length of my leg? - Firm tightening caused the strap to slip and fold over inside the metal clasps (buckle?) that the strap runs through which then turns turn the buckle sideways. It then sticks out and creates a narrow pressure point in that spot. - the neoprene webbing seems to have stretched out and does not provide the same compression (without the straps tightened) it did when new. When the straps are tightened the webbing now bunches at the thigh strap.
    Share Your Usage: Recovering from Injury, Preventing Injury, Sports
    Posted on February 2, 2018

    Kept me in the game!

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    Completely tore my left ACL in Dec 2016 at an MMA striking seminar. Using regular braces my knee buckled twice doing high kicks after the tear. Discovered the ACL tear after an MRI late Jan 2017. Bough this brace Feb 3rd. This brace enabled me to get back to training and training hard! Foot jabs, rear leg kicks, double rear leg kicks... Strong and powerful with no problem. Please remember to tighten the straps. Forgot once and the knee slipped just enough to remind me. BTW I train 4 days a week (striking only since discovering the ACL tear.) Getting my ACL repaired with my hamstring April 18th. Thank you for an amazing brace. Worth every penny!
    Pros: I hope this helps others looking to postpone ACL surgery for a bit.
    Cons: I think the velcro should go all the way around above the knee to get the straps just a little tighter, but it is indeed tight enough.
    Posted on April 5, 2017

    Overall great choice and good performance.

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    I was looking for a brace for partially torn ACL. Bought one with some doubt but came out the perfect choice. I play outdoor and indoor sports at competitive level and needed a brace which can protect my knee. This one does not slide down and adjustment needed only every 15-30 minutes since I don't wanted to straps to be very tight. Excellent choice.
    Pros: Stays on place for good amount of time while doing heavy sports activity. Perfect length which make is very comfortable. Quick adjustment with pulling from bottom within 3 seconds.
    Cons: Feels uncomfortable when wearing over couple of hours and need to open straps for a minute to feel comfortable.
    Posted on March 26, 2018

    I just found the right one I was looking for!!!

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    I am college basketball player n I had a Acl reconstruction and meniscal repair surgery last October. I had being looking for the right product which give confidence on your knee while playing again. I feel really confident and comfortable with it while playing basketball. Well, I could say it gives 85-90% support for the knee. I have tried different braces and this is far most the best one I have used for playing bball, since my surgery. I am very happy with the product, and I would surely recommend this.
    Pros: Excellent knee support Gives good stability Easy to wear
    Cons: Expensive Washing difficulties
    Share Your Usage: Recovering from Injury, Sports
    Posted on July 23, 2017

    Great brace - working very well

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    I tore the meniscus in m knee in two places and after surgery, have been reluctant to do much for fear of re-injuring it. After a minor slip, I decided it was time to get a brace. Since then, I've been back to jogging and generally working out. I'm not yet back to my martial arts studies (which require a lot of pivoting on the foot), I plan to be back soon after regaining some strength and stamina. The braces fits very well and prevents my knee from going one way while my foot goes another. It's very comfortable so far (around an hour working out) but have not yet tested it on longer runs (I run half-marathons). I have confidence while running that I won't inadvertently twist my knee.
    Pros: It's easy to get on after the first few times - it seems to have stretched enough that it's easy to get on and off, but is not too loose or slack. At first, it was very tight and I though I might have to get the next larger size. But now, I'm glad I got the size I did because it fits very well.
    Cons: None so far.
    Share Your Usage: Preventing Injury, Sports, Recovering from Injury
    Posted on August 16, 2017

    Great quality and support

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    Having suffered from a torn and repaired ACL many years ago - I still experience pain and vulnerability. I also have no cartiledge in both knees and have bad arthritis. In search of knee support beyond a sleeve but not as expensive as a custom brace - my search ultimately landed on the fullstop. Better Brace site offered an even lower discount then from the Donjoy site. The brace fits well, is easy to put on, and the best part is it doesn't slide down like many knee braces will. (Assure you measure and order the right size).
    Pros: Easy to put on, stylish, durable, easy to clean, and you feel the support.
    Cons: I would like to see better direction on how to put it on. When I first got it, I looked up a video but wasn't fully sure. I experienced one occurance where my knee did over extend which is what the brace is suppose to prevent, but I put the brace on sitting on the ground with my knee straight opposed to having the knee bent while putting it on. I am thinking this is the reason why.
    Share Your Usage: Sports, Preventing Injury, Daily Use, Recovering from Injury
    Posted on May 24, 2017

    I would give it really 3 and half stars. For the price it is not holding up.

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    Like the brace but after 3 weeks the straps on the side are starting to rip. Not happy with that.
    Posted on August 7, 2016
    Hi Jodi, thanks for your feedback. Sorry to hear about the straps. Please contact customer support to discuss warranty options. Thank you. -Customer Service
    22 Feb, 2017

    Bionic knee brace

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    I have a partial tear in my patella tendon and work on my feet for long hours, this brace is amazing, comfortable and although it's expensive it's worth the money.
    Share Your Usage: Recently Injured
    Posted on June 17, 2017

    Best knee brace

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    I tore my hyperextend my knee and tore my meniscus in the Marine Corp. about a month ago I reinjured the same knee. I've had the fullstop bionic knee brace for about 3 weeks now and it is the best knee brace I've ever owned. its the first time in 6 years in can work or play a sport and my knee does not feel completely useless afterwards.
    Pros: price point for performance, comfortable,
    Share Your Usage: Sports, Recently Injured, Daily Use, Chronic Instability
    Posted on February 21, 2017

    Pros and cons

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    Great overall brace feel secure with it on
    Pros: Haven't had my knee buckle just yet. Feels comfortable and secure.
    Cons: Bottom inside stabs at inner valve without a sleeve on your leg. Sometimes leg goes numb
    Share Your Usage: Recently Injured, Preventing Injury, Daily Use
    Posted on February 5, 2018

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