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TriZone Knee Brace

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Multi-functional design simulates therapeutic taping for improved joint stability and added compression to treat all types of knee pain.  Read More

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The TriZone Knee Brace is built for use during or after moderate to high-intensity activities like running, tennis, triathlon, golf, biking, hiking, basketball and more.

When knee pain gets in the way of performance, it can be addressed with many different treatments. The TriZone Knee Brace combines three essential components of treatment- compression, cooling and comfort-to maximize pain relief.

Using a complex design and advanced materials, this brace provides the same benefits of therapeutic taping and compression- plus a cooling element for added comfort-in a lightweight, low-profile, all-in-one product.

Why go through the effort of compression and/or taping and when you can get it all with the TriZone Knee Brace.

When you are slowed down by knee pain, the TriZone will allow you to maintain your peak performance. Continue a highly active lifestyle without knee pain with the TriZone Knee Brace.

TriZone Knee Brace Features:

  • Carbonized bamboo for cooling is all-natural and antimicrobial
  • Zoned compression delivers a customized fit and targeted knee pain relief
  • Silicone reinforced knit for dynamic structure to reinforce compression zones

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Brace Size - Thigh Circumference is 6" Above Mid-Patella


Size Thigh
XS 13" - 15 1/2" (33 - 39 cm)
S 15 1/2" - 18 1/2" (39 - 47cm)
M 18.5" - 21" (47 - 53 cm)
L 21" - 23 1/2" (53 - 60 cm)
XL 23 1/2" - 26 1/2" (60 - 67 cm)
XXL 26 1/2" - 29 1/2" (67 - 75 cm)
XXXL 29 1/2" - 32" (75 - 81 cm)
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  • Becca at 9/9/2016 9:27 AM
    • 15 years ago at age 13 I had a tibial tubercle transfer to correct a malaligned patellar tendon that caused chronic dislocation/subluxation of my patella. I have since been diagnosed with hypermobility type Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome that causes tendons and ligaments to be stretchy and leads to chronic sublux/dislocations of many/all joints. I recently subluxed my knee for the first time since the operation. I haven't noticed anymore instability but I do have significant swelling and pain under and around my patella. I currently use a knit 11-inch long compression sleeve. It helps but I need a bit more.

      I use/love the hinged lateral J-brace for the instability in my other knee; however, I feel that its level of support is more than I need for the swelling and pain in the currently injured knee. Would the trizone be a good option? How strong is the compression?
    • Yes, a step down in stability from the Lateral J Patella brace would be the Trizone Knee Brace. The strength of compression is determined by the fit. However, with the injected silicone, the compression is stronger than a normal sleeve that would be made of a spandex material alone.
  • Cal at 9/7/2016 10:08 PM
    • What is the total length of this brace?
    • Thank you for contacting Betterbraces. The Trizone knee brace is approximately 13.5-14" in length
  • Jay at 8/11/2016 9:59 AM
    • I'm 18 and I had ACL reconstruction surgery about 20 months ago. I wore my doctor prescribed knee brace for the last basketball season and did great but since it will be 2 years since my surgery during this upcoming basketball season, my knee is strong again and I don't want to wear the brace, I was wondering if this sleeve would be a good alternative.
    • We would not recommend the Trizone Knee since they are just a sleeve with a very mild support on your knee. We would recommend at least at the DonJoy Economy Hinged Knee brace while playing basketball. This would provide a bit more support and protection. See here: https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-economy-hinged-knee



  • Beau at 8/9/2016 9:59 AM
    • When you measure for fit - should you be in a standing or sitting position?
    • The measurements should be taken standing up, feet shoulder width apart, knees slightly bent.
  • A.Vazquez at 7/16/2016 9:58 PM
    • is there any silicone on the inside of the brace? Or is it just used as support on the outside? What is the inside of the brace lined with / made of?
    • The silicone is molded into the material of the DonJoy Trizone knee brace, which is a carbonized bamboo.
  • Becky at 5/10/2016 7:16 AM
    • I like the concept of this brace, as taping already helps me with cramping during running that arises from my knee instability and muscle imbalances (old ACL injuries on both knees). I am seeking a light weight brace like this but i am extremely short (5'1") and sometimes even have to buy things designed for larger kids instead of medium sized adults. I've not had great luck with donjoy for height so far. How is the length on this, and if not a good match can you recommend a better similar brace for short people?
    • The Don Joy Trizone Knee Brace is 14" long
  • Tom Wolski at 4/7/2016 10:40 AM
    • I have used the Reaction Web braces to deal with the OA in both knees while competing in sculling and Nordic skiing. Not sure how much they have helped as they are uncomfortable due to some conformation issues with my knees (knock-kneed) and they move or the straps open up with these two sports. So I end up not using them for very long. Would the Trizone be any better here? I have pretty generalized aching knee pain which becomes a sharp pain when skiing, especially herringboning up hills. Had to quit a ski marathon for the first time ever this February because of the pain so I am looking for a better answer.
    • If you have generalized OA meaning not in one compartment for all around your knee then maybe just a small hinged knee support will help such as the Economy Hinged Knee brace. the brace will profide general support and compression but would be more supportive than the Reaction or the Trizone.
      http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-economy-hinged-knee
  • Sue at 3/26/2016 5:32 AM
    • My son had a grade 2 LLC injury and a pulled patella tendon. He had a don joy hinged brace, then went to the web reaction. We are looking for just a sleeve for added support when he plays baseball. Which to you recommend?
    • The Trizone knee brace would be your best choice. It will provide mild knee support and compression. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-trizone-knee-brace
  • Danielle at 3/10/2016 7:57 PM
    • I have dislocated my knee cap three times and had a knee scope too. I measure 17 should I get a small or a medium?
    • The small
  • Eva at 3/8/2016 8:15 AM
    • What is the difference between the trizone brace (looks like it is longer) and the trizone performance? I have knee bursitis and mild OA. I need flexible support for everyday wear as I walk and do stairs thru out the day. Thx
    • The sleeves are the same length. The difference is the Trizone has injected silicone into the fabric and the Performance has the silicone glued directly on the sleeve surface
  • Stella at 3/1/2016 9:30 AM
    • My daughter is bow legged most likely due to having her sleep on her stomach as a baby. Now that she is middle aged it is affecting her knees she is overweight that is also contributing to her knee pain. Is there a brace that can correct her bow-legged condition and relieve her knee pain?
    • This could be caused by her gait or the by having flat feet. We have braces that will help with the knee pain such as the Web Tech Knee Brace. This brace will help reduce anterior knee pain by absorrbing forces on the knee. It will also support the kneecap as well.
      http://www.betterbraces.com/webtech-knee-brace
  • Jason at 2/15/2016 7:55 PM
    • I am 45 and have had bilateral tka's done. I am still in daily pain and having problems with swelling. I am a year out. Which brace/sleeve would be good for me ... looking towards this one as I'm xxl.. thanks.
    • The Trizone knee sleeves will provide compression to help with the swelling and offer mild knee support around the front of the knee.
  • James Hall at 2/14/2016 5:37 PM
    • I am 58 years old. My left knee has no cartridge between the bone. Dr. Does not want to replace the knee until I am a bit older. Most activities I am ok. But when I play golf I get a lot of pain on the inside of the knee. Any recommendation on a brace that would help with this situation.
    • The OA Nano is a light weight moderate support knee brace that can offload the inside of your knee. The offload is used to take pressure off the area that is bone on bone
      http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-oa-nano-knee-brace
  • John at 2/11/2016 8:28 PM
    • I had my ACL replaced in 2012 after a sports injury. I run on a regular basis, sometimes up to 30 miles per week. I don't have stability issues or concerns, however on occasion I experience pain in my knee out of the blue. Would this be a brace you would recommend for my issue?
    • Yes the Trizone will provide compression and mild knee support and may be all that you need while running
  • Adam at 1/15/2016 10:23 AM
    • The measurement I have is 21" should I stick with the medium sized brace or large sized brace if I plan to increase muscle mass of the thigh? Thank you.
    • If you plan on getting bigger then you should order the large
  • Ginny at 1/15/2016 6:16 AM
    • I'm not sure which to get - I had meniscus surgery where he also cleaned up some OA from my knee area. Should I purchase this brace or reaction WEB knee brace. Anxious to get back running.!
    • Either of those braces are appropriate for the problems with the knee that you have. Both braces will provide support to the knee and help with any anterior knee pain that may be present.
  • Ryan O at 1/13/2016 12:14 PM
    • I have patellar tendonosis which I was told by my doctor is like patellar tendonitis just deeper in the tendon. I had some procedures done which helped for a time but I still have pain when I go hard during exercise, especially basketball. Using KT tape has helped a ton but I've developed a rash from the tape. So I switched to a neoprene sleeve which is ok but doesn't quite help as much and it tends to bunch. My question is if this sleeve would be a good choice considering my history?
    • You can try the Trizone Knee Brace or another option would be the Reaction Web Knee Brace. The Reaction Web Knee brace absorbs force on the front of the knee and reduces the pain in that area. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-reaction-knee-brace
  • Sean at 12/22/2015 12:57 PM
    • I just purchased this brace. But wanted to make sure it is the right one.
      I have had meniscal tear or cartridge removed from my knee along time ago.
      But I still have knee pain. Will this brace work well for me.
    • The Trizone is a low profile solution to decrease anterior knee pain and provide zoned compression. If your pain is in the front of your knee then this sleeve may benefits you.
  • Lisa Bern at 12/5/2015 9:07 PM
    • I had surgery for a severely Tibial Plateau fracture. I do some running and bending and looking for extra support not only for the knee, but lower down the leg. My main pain is the knee and below the knee about 8-10 inches.. I was looking at theTRIZONE KNEE BRACE. Is this something that will help support the leg/knee?
    • The Trizone will provide compression and mild support around the kneecap area. With that type of injury you would want more support than the Trizone provides. The Don Joy Playmker II would be a better choice after the type of injury you had. The Playmaker II knee brace had bilatera hinges to help better support the knee joint
  • Crystal at 11/28/2015 4:33 PM
    • I work in a warehouse and drive a gas fork truck. Lately I have been experiencing pain in my left knee. I think it is from overexertion, but am not sure. I am on the truck 6hrs out of my 12hr shift, will this brace help to alleviate some of that pain or do I need to consider another?
    • Crystal
      That brace may provide some relief, but the Webtech Knee brace might be a better choice to decrease pain in the front of your knee. http://www.betterbraces.com/webtech-knee-brace
  • Joe at 11/10/2015 6:54 PM
    • I tore my ACL last year and had surgery in May. I recently started playing soccer again and so far so good. I've had no problems at all playing, and my leg feels great. I hate wearing my big metal brace though because it slides around but if I tighten it to wear it doesn't slide down, it is too tight and painful to play in. I was wondering if this would offer at least a little protection. I would much rather just wear a sleeve than the giant metal brace. Thanks
    • Joe
      Usually someone who has had ACL reconstruction within 7 months will wear the rigid knee brace for at least year. No other brace will help to prevent a re-tear. Even though you are strong enough to return to sports your Ligament is still healing and can be vulnerable. If your brace is sliding down it may be a sizing issue and i would check with whomever you ordered the brace from.
  • Betsy at 10/27/2015 2:59 AM
    • I am 59 years old and play softball and pickleball. I have been told I need a total knee replacement due to OA. I have instability intermittently and most of my discomfort is lateral/posterior aspect of knee. Looking for a brace that will help stabilize my knee but not prevent me from running too much. Not sure which brace would be most effective until I decide on when to have surgery.
    • Betsy
      The Don Joy OA Nano is a brace for moderate OA and very active people. The brace is made of magnesium and aluminum and is only 14oz. The brace will allow you to unload that lateral compartment that causes pain. If you are looking for something with just general support a basic hinged knee brace will do the trick such as the Economy Hinged knee brace.
      http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-oa-nano-knee-brace http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-economy-hinged-knee
  • Diane at 9/4/2015 5:13 AM
    • 18 months ago, I fell rupturing all ligaments except my acl. Scar tissue has set in and my ortho said surgery won't help. I was in bledsoe brace until I had my achilles tendon repair and the hospital threw it away. I want to do light intensity exercise? What brace is best? Was supposed to get custom bledsoe, still waiting for ortho., months infact. I totally need a new ortho!
    • Diane
      If you are looking for a brace to support your knee while doing mild activities the Playmaker II is a good brace. The brace is low profile and offers moderate protection of all the structures of the knee. If you want something more rigid and supportive then you could look at the Don Joy Armor knee brace. This would be a step up from the Playmaker ii. More supportive to the knee. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-playmaker-ii-knee-brace http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-armor-knee-brace-with-standard-hinge
  • Darrin at 9/2/2015 1:40 PM
    • Firatly, what's the difference between this brace and the trizone performance knee brace? They look very similar. Also, my patellar tendon has completely calcified, and my knee cap is essentially the length of my patella + the calcified tendon. On this brace, does the silicon portion towards the bottom sit on top of the patellar tendon or below where it inserts into the shin bone? I tend to have problems with localized pressure applied directly to the tendon. Otherwise this seems perfect as I am looking for a compressive brace with a touch of stability. Am currently using a compression sleeve under a tightly wrapped ace bandage, but it's a hassle. Feel free to paraphrase questions for the website. Thanks
    • The Trizone performance is designed a little differently. The silicone that is on the sleeve is layed on the performance sleeve where is is a little thinner and encorporated into the material of the Don Joy Trizone Knee. The silicone comes down below the patella and sits over the tendon
  • umar at 8/31/2015 6:51 AM
    • hi i am 27 years old.my Right knee cap was surgically removed in 2012 after a Motor bike accident.i have no problem in daily life routine,i want to continue my physical sports.but due to no knee cap i cant run faster or jump,or kick.so i would like your expert advice that what knee brace is suitable for me as i have no kneecap in my right knee..??which brace would work fine for running and small jumping.your help will highly be appreciated.stay blessed
    • A brace that will give you general knee support is the Deluxe Hinged Knee Brace. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-drytex-neoprene-deluxe-hinged-knee-wraparound-sleeve This brace will not replace the kneecap but will give you general support.
  • Ryan at 8/10/2015 3:21 PM
    • I have a torn PCL in my left knee. I experience a lot of knee pain around my patella tendon and in the back of my knee. Also some pain right above my knee. Would the TriZone knee support help a lot for this and allow me to keep throwing shot put and discus
    • Ryan,

      The DonJoy Performance Bionic Knee Brace, http://www.betterbraces.com/bionic-knee-brace would offer more support for the PCL issue, and give you some support around the kneecap with the buttress.
  • sandy at 4/24/2015 9:06 AM
    • I have chronic knee instability with osteoarthritis ( torn PCL, ACL, lax LCL). I had a high tibial osteotomy HTO) about 8 years ago for the OA pain. Before I can have a knee replacement the HTO hardware needs to be removed. In the meantime I need a brace to help with the OA pain. While I get some relief with a basic neoprene sleeve (with patella opening) I would like to find something better. Would this or another product be helpful?

      Thanks,
      Sandy
    • Sandy
      The Trizone will only provide compression similar to the knee sleeve that you are already using. If you have pain on just one sid eof the knee you could get one of our unloading braces. http://www.betterbraces.com/knee-braces/arthritis-knee-braces If you just want something to give you general support for the knee then I would suggest a hined knee brace such as the Deluxe Hinged Knee http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-drytex-neoprene-deluxe-hinged-knee-wraparound-sleeve
  • don at 4/21/2015 11:09 PM
    • i had acl reconstruction and injured my MCL as well. will this work or what product can you recommend? thanks
    • Don
      The Trizone knee sleeve will provide compression to the knee and help reduce anterior knee pain but will provide no stability for the ACL and MCL. If you want to provide protectioni for the ACL and MCL you will need a hinged knee brace. The Playmaker II would be the lowest profile brace for minimal protection. A rigid knee brace such as the FullForce ligament knee brace would be the ideal brace for someone who is very active. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-playmaker-ii-knee-brace http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-fullfource-ligament-knee-brace
  • michael at 4/9/2015 6:01 PM
    • can this also be worn as an under sleeve for a defiance III knee brace, or is that over kill.
    • Michael
      You could wear this under your Defiance.
  • Scott at 4/8/2015 12:29 PM
    • I am a 40 YOM recreational Ironman triathlete and have dealt with a lot of overuse injuries. I was recently diagnosed with medial plica syndrome and generally have continuous achy pain on the medial side of both knees and sometimes it radiates to the kneecap. I have been waiting for a more athletic brace to come out and I think this brace could help, what do you think?
    • Scott
      The Trizone will provide compression and relief to anterior knee pain and it is light weight and low profile. another option for anterior knee pain is the Reaction Web Knee Brace. this brace is specifically designed for the active person who suffers from anterior knee pain. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-reaction-knee-brace
  • Bobby at 3/31/2015 5:13 AM
    • I am allergic to latex. What materials is this made of?
    • Bobby
      This product has no latex in it. It is made of carbonized bamboo and silicone
  • Ray at 3/28/2015 6:45 PM
    • I have pain in my femoral patella tendon from an injury when I over bent my already damaged knee. I used to play hockey and can barely skate now due to the pain and instability. Will this sleeve help with everyday soreness while working construction?
    • Ray
      The Trizone will offer compression of the knee and relief from mild pain around the kneecap. It will not offer and structural protection, it may help your everyday soreness
  • Brent at 3/26/2015 6:22 AM
    • I had surgery on my knee for a partially dislocated patella. Is the TriZone knee brace good for that or should i try another brace
    • Brent
      I would suggest a brace that will support the kneecap a little better such as the Tru-Pull Lite. This brace will support the kneecap and make sure that your knee cap tracks normally. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-tru-pull-lite
  • ouchie at 3/25/2015 3:47 PM
    • what function does the shiny patent leather looking stuff do ? Are it adjustable or fixed? Cant' really tell by the blow out depiction .
    • Ouchie
      The silicone on the outside of the sleeve provides more compression than the sleeve alone and also provides pain relief. It acts like kinesio taping. The silicone is not adjustable
  • EDDIE at 3/18/2015 8:34 PM
    • hurt my knee about 8 years ago I am 67 now and it is starting to bother me now mostly while playing golf I can't decide between this brace or the DonJoy Deluxe Elastic Knee Sleeve..... What do you think would be best for me THANKS
    • Eddie
      The Trizone offers more than just compression. It provides anterior knee pain relief and proprioception to the knee. The compression is zoned to designate areas that are common for knee pain. The Trizone would be a better product than the elastic sleeve.
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These were exactly what I've been struggling to find. Two years ago I ran the Tough Mudder in Snowmass, CO with nothing on my knees. I could barely walk by the end of the race and my knees were in pain for weeks after it. I'm 30 years old and don't have serious knee problems, but they obviously couldn't handle 12 miles up and down a mountain without some help. Last year, I tried cheaper knee sleeves from another brand for the same race. My knee pain was reduced, but they still hurt a fair amount after the race, and they kept slipping off. All that crawling through mud and water was too much for that brace. This year, I bought this product for both of my knees and I felt GREAT after the race. My right knee had minimal pain and the left had none at all. The fit and grip was fantastic. These things never even thought about sliding down my legs even after miles of running, climbing, swimming, crawling through mud, etc. The only downside is that I slightly tore some of the fabric on the knee on one of the braces. I can't fault the product for that, as it wasn't designed to be used to kneel and crawl on rough terrain. I was actually expecting the braces to need to be replaced after the race, so I'm pleasantly surprised I can use these next year too.
Posted on September 18, 2016
Would you recommend this product?Definitely yes

Good Product.

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Compression helps with the pain and you can wear it under your work clothes.
Posted on September 2, 2016
Would you recommend this product?Definitely yes

Good Product.

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The support is great and it helps to reduce the pain. I wear it every day under my work pants.
Posted on July 18, 2016
Would you recommend this product?Definitely yes

Great sleeve, design flaw.

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The sleeve is great, compression fit is on point. Very comfortable, definitely eases the pain. Only flaw is the design on the outside, if you wear pants to work, the rubbers parts on the outside tend to grab and pull the sleeve down. Other than that, it's great, better to wear with shorts rather than pants though. One solution is you can wrap the sleeve with an ace bandage and it keeps from grabbing on the pant legs.
Posted on March 28, 2016
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