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Trizone Knee Support Brace

Regular Price: $89.99

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Combining bracing and compression into one low-profile sleeve

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Regular Price: $89.99

Special Price $73.94

Product Details

Product Description

Features & Benefits:

Three zones of compression strategically placed around the knee
Silicone banding injected directly onto the sleeve offers bracing and support
All-natural Carbonized Bamboo is thermal regulating
Stash pocket holds cards and keys
Anti-migration technology helps to keep the sleeve secure to the thigh and reduce slip
Reflectivity for enhanced visibility in low light conditions

DonJoy Performance Trizone Knee

Our DONJOY Performance Trizone Knee Sleeve is a hybrid design combining the properties of compression and bracing in a single sleeve. The carbonized bamboo circular knit construction allows for targeted, zonal compression around the knee joint. Three distinct compression zones which include: a stability zone with strategically placed injected silicone to provide support for the knee joint and the benefit of enhanced proprioception, a compression zone which improves circulation and provides mild support to the joint structure and surrounding muscle tissue, and a comfort zone that provides lighter compression for enhanced fit and better range of motion. The Trizone knee support is a low profile performance product designed to keep you moving and supported.

Ideal for the Following Sports

  • Basketball - Provides knee compression and stability without slowing you down
  • Running - Helps improve circulation in your knee while running and includes reflectivity, ideal for running at dusk and a secret pocket to carry your key
  • Soccer - Lightweight, yet provides the stability necessary for soccer players
  • Tennis - Silicone banding offers tennis players the support they need in their knees from the quick lateral movements on the court
  • Volleyball - Ideal for playing volleyball and helping with inflammation and swelling commonly seen with tendinitis in volleyball players
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 (71)

Product Questions

DonJoy Performance Trizone Knee Support Brace

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  • Dylan at 9/26/2016 10:13 PM
    • I have Osgood in my right knee and I quite not sure what brace to get. I've had it for years now and a neoprene sleeve doesn't work. What would you recommend?
    • Thank you for contacting Better Braces. For Osgood Shlatters you will need a brace with more pressure on that tendon. we recommend our Web Tech Knee Strap for these types of injuries https://www.betterbraces.com/webtech-knee-strap
  • Lesly at 9/13/2016 6:18 AM
    • I had a motorcycle accident like three and a half years ago, i have screwes in my knee and hips and metal rod in my femur. I used to do squats all the time ! Night is painful I need something that helps me to do my squats protecting my knees, with a light weight lifting
    • The DonJoy Performance Trizone Knee Support Brace would provide compression and mild support, also the DonJoy Performance Anaform Power Knee Sleeves, https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-performance-anaform-power-knee-sleeve are ideal for lifting, providing squat rebound for enhanced performance.
  • Cindy at 9/8/2016 9:49 AM
    • MyFor the tri-zone knee support brace, my thigh shows a XS but my knee and calf show a S. Which do I get?
    • Please give us a call at 800-553-6019 with your exact measurements so that we're able to make a suggestion for you. The fit is mostly dependent on the thigh measurement.
  • Rick at 8/26/2016 9:18 PM
    • Is the tri zone brace washable?
    • You can handwash and air dry the Trizone with mild detergent.
  • Dennis at 8/15/2016 12:06 PM
    • I have OA in left knee and am trying to decide between the trizone knee sleeve and the performance trizone knee sleeve. Advice?
      I also have a size question. Thigh is 20", both knee and calf are 16" so not sure about M or L size.
    • Both offer compression to deliver a customized fit and target knee pain relief. The DonJoy Trizone is a little bit longer than the DoNJoy Performance Trizone is. In the DonJoy Trizone you would be a size medium, and in the DoNJoy Performance Trizone you would be a size large. Also, you could take a look at the DonJoy OA Reaction Web Knee, as this is specific to OA.
  • Steve at 7/19/2016 7:59 AM
    • I took shrapnel through my knee back in 05, it missed the major ligaments but tore up my miniscus. I have patella femoral and iliotibial with my miniscus kinda flapping in the breeze on the inside side of the joint sometimes getting caught and locking my knee or making it give out. The VA has been getting me the kneedit strap, and it works ok but it wears out quickly and it doesn't stay in place very well. I stay pretty active so I need something that's going to hold up and stay put and give me everything I need without causing more pain like some of the hinged braces can. Is this a good option for me?
    • Unfortunately I wouldn't recommend the Donjoy Performance Trizone Knee support for your current diagnosis. You will need more support since it is just a sleeve. The one I would recommend is the OA REACTION WEB KNEE BRACE with a medial unloading hinge. It is lightweight, low profile and it will shift the pain away from the inside of the knee while you are doing your activities. As far as staying put, you will need to measure your knee standing up, shoulder width apart, legs slightly bent and muscles contracted. You will need the circumference your knee center, thigh (6" above from the knee center) and the calf (6" below from the knee center).
  • Robert at 7/7/2016 1:39 PM
    • I fell from a decent height about a year ago straight down on my feet. I now have some problem patellar tracking in one knee. I have used other braces, but I have found that the basic compression braces tend to move around, and pull my knee cap lower, while the velcro-fastened braces work much better until the velcro wears out. What would you recommend?
    • For better patella control without the velcro, we would suggest the DonJoy Performance Anaform 4mm Open Patella Knee Sleeve. This sleeve has a sewn in patella buttress for stability and help control tracking issues. See the link below:
  • Nick at 6/30/2016 3:35 PM
  • Steve at 6/17/2016 5:46 AM
    • How long does the product last if I use it for 1-2 hr day, 7 days week and wash it once a week?
    • The DonJoy Performance Trizone Knee Support Brace has a warranty of 6 months. If there happens to be a defect within that time we will be happy to replace the product.
  • KZ at 5/7/2016 4:46 PM
    • I am an active 47 year old. and had repair surgery for medial meniscus tear 10/15 from a fall. I have dealt with pain/swelling medially ever since. I have just been diagnosed with severe narrowing space medially...osteoarthritis. What would be the best brace to relieve the medial pain during walking, hiking and other exercise?
    • The Don Joy Reaction Web Knee May offer you some relief. The Reaction helps by absorbing forces on the knee and dispeasing them away from it. This usually decreases anterior knee pain. The brace is a low profile brace that can be worn durin all activities.
  • HERNAN at 5/5/2016 12:01 PM
    • I have developed Reiter's syndrome and RA on my left knee and other parts of my body , I'm looking for a product to allow me to use the elliptical,upright bike, the arc trainer or octane trainer , and to have less pain after wo. Does the trizone knee support brace would give me control over pain and motion am looking for ? Thank you.
    • The Trizone Knee Support will provide mild knee support and zoned compresion of the knee. The sleeve will allow complete motion of the knee so using it for those exercises would be no problem and it will help decrease any swelling you may get.
  • Ray at 4/25/2016 9:59 AM
    • Is the price come with a pair?
    • The price is for a single sleeve
  • Joshua T. at 4/17/2016 2:29 PM
    • I'm starting the police academy next month and I'm experiencing outside and back of knee pain. We will be doing lots of body weight and running exercises. What would be a good brace?
    • You may have a overuse injury so I would suggest the Trizone Knee Support as it will offer mild knee support and compression
  • alex at 4/5/2016 2:46 PM
  • Robert at 4/4/2016 6:41 PM
    • I bought the Trizone Performance knee sleeve. It feels comfortable but does not feel snug. My measurement put me in Large size category. How snug should it be?
    • It should be snug but not cutting off circulation
  • Daniel Mata at 4/4/2016 7:18 AM
    • I've had ACL surgery. Will this help support on a daily basis?
    • the Trizone will provide mild support and compression but no ACL support
  • Pt at 3/29/2016 5:52 PM
    • I have a meniscus tear and I'm looking for a brace for backpacking. I will be in New Mexico in July and will wear it eight hours a day in the heat. Will this brace be too hot?
    • Either the Trizone Knee Support which will provide mild knee support or another option is the WebTech Knee Brace which can help decrease anterior knee pain
  • sydney at 3/28/2016 9:42 PM
    • I got a compression fracture at the top of my tibia and I do competitve trampoline and my knee hurts in the back evry time i land. would this or any brace help?
    • The Trizone will offer mild knee support and compression of the knee joint
  • Roger at 3/20/2016 5:01 PM
    • I have severe arthritis in both knees. I'm looking for a brace to help with everyday activities. I've got two camping trips coming up and would like to keep up with my two granddaughters as much as possible. Do you have a brace that can help me?
    • Take a look at the OA Nano Knee Brace. this brace can offload the arthritic area of your knee to decrease pain. The brace is for moderate OA and is very light weight and low profile.
  • Josy at 3/16/2016 1:05 AM
    • I have chrondromalacia and degeneration in the meniscus. I had arthroscopic surgery 11 yrs ago, but the knee has been getting progressively worse, although I have not had a problem with pain after sitting for a while and then standing from chrondromalacia since the surgery. What type of brace would be best for every day use and for agility?
    • The don Joy Reaction Web knee brace would be the bbest choice for you. The brace decreases shock on the front of the knee and decreases anterior knee pain associated with chondromalacia
  • Rachel at 3/15/2016 5:41 PM
    • I have moderate OA in both knees with the left being worse than the right. I play roller derby, so when I'm not skating with my legs bent in a permanent squat position, I'm giving and taking hits and falling to the ground. I need something that wil support my knees and absorb some of the shock when I fall that can be worn under my knee pads. Help?
    • The Don Joy Performance Trizine knee sleeve will provide mild support to the knee and comptression but they should fit under a knee pad. Better support for the knee a absorbing the forces on your knees would be the Reaction Web Knee Brace but it is a bit bulkier than the sleeve.
  • Will at 3/9/2016 7:04 PM
    • Hello,
      What size would you recommend for
      Thigh - 20.5"
      Knee - 15.75"
      Calf- 15.75"
    • the medium would be the correct size
  • liz at 3/8/2016 12:16 PM
  • Kathleen at 2/28/2016 2:47 PM
    • Rowing is not a sport listed on your sports finder. I am looking for a brace which is not going to chafe the back for my knee and bunch up too much. Suggestions?
    • The Trizone knee sleeve is light weight and thin so it should be more comfortable than a neoprene sleeve. Depending on what type of brace you need we do have a couple of braces that either have an opeing behind the knee or this material so bunching is not as bad. We would need more information on your injury in order to suggest a brace
  • David at 2/21/2016 7:21 AM
    • I have had LCL repair and Biceps femoris repair. Now I have some arthritis in the knee. Will this brace help provide stability and relief while running?
    • The Trizone will provide compression and mild patellofemoral support to the knee. For ligamentous stability you will need a hinged knee brace such as the Economy Hinged Knee
  • Wade at 2/19/2016 3:40 PM
    • My daughter is a high school swimmer that tore her MCL during cheer. There is no pain at this point but would like some stability when she pushes off the wall during swim. What brace would work best for her during swimming. Thank you,
    • For stability of the MCL you will want to go with a hinged knee brace such as the Economy Hinged Knee Brace
  • Leigh at 2/17/2016 9:04 AM
    • I am an Outside Hitter for a high level competitive volleyball program. I have been dealing with chronic Jumper's Knee for the last 8 months. I have sat out of volleyball for 6 weeks while doing PT. I've tried knee straps and KT Tape, to no avail. Do you think the DonJoy Trizone Knee Support Brace will help, or do you recommend another type/style of Brace? Also, is this brace designed to wear under volleyball knee pads? Please help.
    • I would suggest trying the Webtech knee brace. The silicone webbing of the brace will absorb the force on the front of your knee while jumping and dispearse it away from the front of the knee and decrease anterior knee pain. http://www.donjoyperformance.com/webtech-knee-brace
  • Paul Perez at 2/13/2016 12:14 PM
    • I had reconstructed right foot surgery about 11 years ago. I am trying to
      get back into shape and I have noticed when my right foot gets sore from workouts (regular workouts and Spartan Race training), I overcompensate by putting more pressure on my left side leg which hurts my left knee. What would you suggest to wear on both my right foot and my left knee to levitate the pain so I can workout and do my Spartan Race without worrying about the pain?
    • An Ankle brace may help with the foot by keeping the ankle stable during your workouts. Mild support would be the Trizone Ankle Support and more moderate support would be the Don Joy Stabilizing Pro Ankle Brace. https://www.betterbraces.com/trizone-ankle-support https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-stabilizing-pro-ankle-brace
      The Reaction Web Knee Brace would be the best for your knee to help decrease the forces on your knee therfore decreasing knee pain.
  • Jennifer at 2/13/2016 10:05 AM
    • do I measure sitting down or standing up ? if above the knee is 19.5 knee circumference is 15.5 and calf 15 should I go with a medium or large ?
    • The measruing should be done standing and based on your measurments I would say medium.
  • Ian at 2/12/2016 12:25 PM
    • I have a torn ACL in both my right and left knees and a torn meniscus in my right knee my right knee is pretty loose. I would like to get back to playing sports ie. Wrestling, jujitsu, football, soccer and boxing would any of your braces help during these sports?
    • The Don Joy Full Force Ligament brace would be a suitable brace for you. You will need something to protect the knee from further injury and give you stability. The FullForce does that with the 4-points of leverage strapping system and the fource point hinge. https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-fullfource-ligament-knee-brace
  • Anthony at 2/11/2016 4:00 PM
    • Hi I dislocated my knee and my pcl and messed up some ligaments around my knee and messed up my pcl I was wondering what brace would be good for me
    • One of our rigid knee braces woiuld provide the best support for your knee and provide stability. The 4Titude would be a good choice for you. https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-4titude-knee-brace
      The brace provides stability for all of the ligament s of the knee and will help to prevent further injury to the knee
  • Cooper at 2/7/2016 10:17 PM
    • Hello, I've dislocated both of my knee caps several times. Will this brace help keep them in place?
    • The Trizone knee support will provide compression and mild support for the knee. You will want to look at the Tru-Pull Advanced System knee brace. this brace is our most supportive knee brace for those that have dislocated the kneecap multiple times. the braces design will make sure that the kneecap tracks correctly and stays in place.
  • NB at 2/1/2016 3:35 PM
  • Pamela at 1/25/2016 8:05 PM
    • I have put off having surgery for to long and finally had to have a total knee replacement..I am very active .hiking and swimming and running...Had to stop and give in to the replacement...Now they tell me it won't be to many years till the same with my right knee...In the meantime i need a brace to help stabilize my knee..Ive tried the bulky one and I can't move in them...Would this one be a possibility ?If not can you suggest one...Thank you
    • If you want something for OA but smaller you can try the OA Reaction web knee brace. If will offload just like your bigger brace but not as much and the brace itself is a much lower profile brace.
  • John at 1/25/2016 4:33 PM
  • EJ at 1/21/2016 5:36 PM
    • I have pain to outer portion of both sides of my knee after 1.5-2 miles into my runs. I am currently doing physical therapy to strengthen my muscles around the joints and tendons. In the meantime I am looking for a brace I can use on my runs that will help support when the pain comes. Would you suggest the trizone brace or another one of your braces?
    • The Trizone will provide compression and mild support to the structures of the knee. It may be the support you need to decrease that knee pain
  • Emily at 1/9/2016 2:07 PM
    • I am currently 2 years out from my second right ACL reconstruction. I am a college field hockey goalie and have worn the don joy defiance brace the past two years. I am looking to move to a lower profile brace next season when I will be 2 years and 9 months out from my surgery. Does this brace provide any acl support and would it be appropriate this far out from my acl surgery?
    • The Trizone does not provide ACL support. A Playmaker II would be a step down from the Defiance, it still has hinges and will provide some sort of prevention to an ACL injury
  • Natalie at 1/2/2016 3:51 PM
  • Dina T.L. at 1/1/2016 4:35 PM
    • I have severe Patelfemoral Arthrosis/Syndrome. I'm looking for a new knee brace because the previous ones don't fit right (i have big thighs and always get rolling at the top of the brace). My current one is just big and bulky but does the trick because of the Velcro straps. Which knee brace would you recommend based on the information I have provided?
    • The DonJoy Reaction Web Knee Brace is made for those who suffer from patellofemoral syndromes. The brace is a wrap around type of brace that has a webbing front. The webbing material will absorb forces on the front of the knee and disperse them away to create relief from anterior knee pain
  • Jim at 12/29/2015 7:46 PM
    • I have a partially torn ACL and a issues with my meniscus. I have been fitted for the full hinged brace from the surgeon. What could I buy that would provide compression and light support for the times when the clunky ACL brace is not practical. Also, do you offer anything suitable for swimming?
    • The Don Joy Playmaker II knee brace is a brace for mild to moderate ACL tears that can be worn for everyday use. You can get the brace wet as long as you let it air dry
  • Jeff at 12/29/2015 8:03 AM
    • My question is WILL this slip when Im running
      I run around 6 to 8 miles 4 to 5 times a week and I have been getting knee pain around the side of my knee not real sure was it is but I know it hurts more after my run and when I get home going up and down steps
      I have been wrapping it up with an ace bandage and it seems to help
      I was giving a knee brace by a friend and I cant even run a mile without it slipping down
      I purchased a knee brace for my friend from you and she seems to love it but its not the same knee brace that Im looking at on here because I have tried hers and it rubs my leg and leaves a sore. So I thought I would go for this type and see IF it stays up on my thigh?
    • If the brace is fit correctly it will be tight enough to stay up on the leg. There is also silicone on the inner portion of the sleeve to stick to the skin
  • Alex at 12/26/2015 9:51 AM
    • I have no prior serious knee injuries or surgeries, but have recently been experiencing some instability in ny right knee while skiing. I'm looking for something that will provide some extra stability, maximize range of motion, and not get caught up in clothing/gear. Suggestions?
    • If you want something to provide stability to the knee then you will have to get a hinged knee brace. Most likely the Don Joy Armor is the best choice as it can be the short version for the ski boots. https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-armor-knee-brace-with-standard-hinge
      Something without hinges will only provide compression and very mild support.
  • Saif at 12/7/2015 12:47 AM
    • I buy the preformance trizone brace for my acl reconstruction bec.i want to back for soccer and fell comfartable and safety
      I ask what the exercise i do it instead to keep my knee supportive with brace
      And if the brace is not fit or comfort may i retarn it or change
      Also you said safe 20% if your order over 50$ by useing BF15 in checkout and i couldn't do it and i buy it witout get the offer can i get it from you know before i recived
    • The Don Joy Performance Trizone Knee will provide compression and mild support only to your knee. Someone who recently had a ACL reconstruction usually would need to wear a more supportive brace such as one of our rigid knee braces https://www.betterbraces.com/knee-braces/rigid-hinged-braces BetterBraces.com does have a 60 return policy and if you would like to speak to someone about a promo code please call customer support at 800-553-6019
  • Saif at 12/4/2015 1:47 AM
    • Hi im saif
      Actually have medial mendacious and anterior legment replacement and i play soccer and i want knee suport give flexibility and comfortably while i play at same time get support and safety
    • The DonJoy Performance Trizone Knee Support Brace will only provide mild support and compression and will provide the type of support needed for someone who has had an ACL Reconstruction. The Don Joy Full Force Ligament Knee Brace https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-fullfource-ligament-knee-brace would be a better choice for someone in your circumstances. The brace would be light weight so you can still play Soccer and it will help to prevent a re-injury
  • Jacki at 11/29/2015 11:28 AM
    • I am a 44 yr old very athletic woman looking to continue to workout to stay fit using bicycle, elliptical, lifting weights and some team sports. I had a PCL replacement 10 years ago and am already in need of a knee replacement due to no cartilage, severe arthritis and bone spurs all over my knee. I'm looking for something lightweight for support and to help with pain while working out. Can you suggest something?
    • Jacki
      The Reaction Web Knee Brace is a light weight brace that offers mild support to the knee and reduces anterior knee pain.
  • Colby at 11/22/2015 6:21 PM
    • I have recently had surgery to repair a tibial plateau fracture, and am planning a through hike on the Appalachian trail. My concerns are obviously support for the afflicted area, but also weight, as I will be using this product for 5 months. What would be the best option for my knee.
    • Colby
      The Deluxe Hinged Knee support would be the best choice for supporting your knee while hiking.
  • MELODY at 11/19/2015 11:48 AM
    • I have a completely torn ACL on my right knee that happened about 6 mos ago. I have opted out of surgery for now, since I have minimal pain and I have been fully functional on my knee. I crossfit 4-5 times a week and for the most part I don't have any restrictions with my workouts because of my knee. I have worked on leg strength and started PT to continue to make sure the knee stays strong to keep it stable . I am occasionally sore on inside of knee and sometimes outside of it. I am looking for something that will help support my other ligaments since I don't have the ACL. I prefer not use a brace with hinges or one that would be too bulky. I currently use a knee sleeve to keep compression on my knee while i work out. Would this TRIZONE KNEE SUPPORT BRACE give me support (along with compression) on the sides(inside and outside) of my knee to help keep it stable? I was also looking at the Don Joy performance BIONIC KNEE BRACE. Which do you recommend to be better for my needs?
    • Melody
      The ACL is the main ligament that keeps you knee stable and someone with out an ACL can get along fine if they are not doing high active cutting activities. Someone who does not have an ACL who wants to perform at a high level in activities such as cutting would knee something to support the beyond strong muscles such as a rigid functional knee brace. The Trizone will provide compression only no stability at all and the Bionic Knee brace will provide medial/lateral support and compression but no support for the ACL.
  • kate at 11/15/2015 12:41 PM
  • Lori at 11/11/2015 4:33 PM
    • I'm looking for a brace to wear since having my ACL replaced (with my hamstring tissue) and a partial meniscectomy on same knee.
    • Lori
      You will want to pick one of our rigid knee braces to help prevent re-tear of the ACL. The Don Joy Full Force Ligament knee brace has our fourcepoint hinge which has been clinically proven to prevent re-tear. https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-fullfource-ligament-knee-brace
  • Susan at 11/3/2015 8:36 AM
    • I have worn the tru pull lite brace due to a meniscus tear and a partial patella release. Would this brace keep the knee cap tracking correctly like the tru pill lite? I find the tru pull bulky under clothes.
    • No the Trizone will only provide compression and light support but will not help with patellar tracking. Another option is the Webtech Knee Brace https://www.betterbraces.com/webtech-knee-brace
  • J.Lee Bertoch at 10/27/2015 11:06 AM
    • I am boarder line XL/L what would you suggest to go larger or smaller?
    • These tend to run a little small so go with the XL
  • Mike at 10/14/2015 11:08 AM
    • I'm using the water RockTape/KT tape for my knee to stabilize after fully recovering (medial patellofemoral ligament tear), I use it only for performance hiking, running, snowboarding and mostly SURFING with great results.
      "The Trizone Knee Brace" totes that it "simulates therapeutic taping", does "Trizone Knee Support Brace" as well? I'm confused...You mentioned the only difference between the two is in the laying of the silicon, but in another comment below mentioned that it would not replace the taping. Can you help recommend one for me?
    • Mike
      The Two sleeves will provide the same support and compression. I believe I might have confused KT taping with McConnell Taping. The brace will indeed simulate KT taping, does not substitute McConnell Taping.
  • Mom at 10/13/2015 6:47 PM
    • My son broke his tibia and fibia. Had a rod inserted through his knee so his knee is weak. we are looking for a brace for basketball for extra support. Would this one be good?
    • The Trizone is a sleeve and will provide compression but no real support for the knee joint. I would suggest a hinged knee brace such as the Economy Hinged Knee Brace.
  • Dean at 10/12/2015 6:20 AM
    • I am looking for a brace for knee support after surgery for a torn meniscus. I still have instability and pain in the knee with some arthritis. I am allergic to neoprene. Which brace would be recommended?
    • Dean
      I f you still have some instability, you may want a hinged knee brace for general support. The Economy Hinged Knee comes in Drytex material with is a non-neoprene material. https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-economy-hinged-knee
  • A'Neilus at 10/8/2015 7:17 AM
    • Can this sleeve be used together with the Reaction brace to help with chondomalacia of the patella and a torn meniscus?
    • yes
  • SM Francis at 10/7/2015 3:59 PM
    • I have severe OA in my right knee. I use a semi-custom unloader brace when playing tennis three times a week. I feel like I could use compression and mild support when while doing everyday activities. Is the Tritone Knee Support brace what I'm looking for?
    • The Trizone will provide compression and does have some anterior knee support from the silicone that is injected in the sleeve. If you are looking for something to wear for daily activities and not sports this could be beneficial
  • Nikki at 9/26/2015 6:32 PM
    • My 12 year son plays football and has suffered a helmet to just below the knee injury. Nothing is broken or torn but he still is having trouble bending and with pain will this help hin
    • Nikki
      Most likely you son has a bruise from the contact with the helmet, and the Trizone Sleeve offers compression to the knee which should help with any swelling he still may have.
  • Richie at 9/23/2015 9:12 AM
    • I have patellar tendinitis. Will trizone help with the pain I feel after playing Vball, running or after weight training?
    • Richie
      The Trizone knee sleeve has silicone installed on the outside to help with patello femoral pain associated with patellar tendonitis, so it may help with your pain.
  • Joe at 9/18/2015 8:47 PM
    • can I use the brace for patella instability?
    • Joe
      Yes this brace can be used for that purpose. The webing design should help to stabilize the patella and prevent maltracking
  • Curtis at 9/18/2015 7:52 AM
    • Hello, I am an ice hockey goalie returning from my second meniscus surgery. I was wondering if this brace or the other trizone brace would help keep stability in my knee while allowing full range of mkion that I need for the twisting and turning I do whilst playing? Also if the size of my knee says I should order a large but both the below and above knee measurements put me in a medium which size should I order?
    • Curtis
      The Trizone Sleeves will give you some compression and support for the area around the kneecap but will not have any type of rigid support. If you are wanting more support i would suggest a soft hinged knee brace. The medium should be ok but will be a little snumg at the knee
  • Aaron at 9/13/2015 8:02 PM
    • What is the difference between this DonJoy Performance TriZone Knee Support Brace and the DonJoy TriZone Knee Brace? My knees don't typically cause me problems; however, after running the very hilly Tough Mudder course in Colorado, they hurt quite a bit, particuarly on the IT Band on the outside of my knee. Will this help with that? Also, does this brace not come in an Extra Small size like the regular DonJoy TriZone Knee Brace?
    • Aaron
      The difference is that the silicone on the Don Joy TriZone is injected in the material of the sleeve and the Performance Trizone the silicone is laid on the the sleeve and a little thicker. The Performance does not come in an XS. Theis brace should work with IT band paiin
  • DB at 9/12/2015 11:15 AM
  • AR at 9/7/2015 6:32 AM
    • I'm a volleyball player. I usually Kinesio tape my knees and wear Reaction Web Knee Braces. Would the Trizone Knee Support Brace replace the need for Kinesio tape?
    • The Trizone knee sleeve provides some proprioception from the silicon on the sleeve but will not replace the taping that you are doing so I would not reccommend substituting the sleeve for the taping
  • richard at 9/1/2015 2:05 PM
    • Will this brace work for people who are on there feet 12 to 13 hours constantly bending, twisting and walking around.
    • Richard
      This will provide compression and support along certain parts of the knee. Someone who is doing the activities that you speak of can benefit from this sleeve. The brace doesn't prevent injury, however
  • Joe at 8/27/2015 6:52 PM
    • Can I wear this brace on either knee? i know that you have to order for a certain one but i have knee pains in both knees.
    • Joe
      These braces have silicone on the sleeves that will match up with each leg so you need to order the correct leg for the braces to be effective. The same sleeve will offer support differently for each leg.
  • Shelley at 8/19/2015 4:18 PM
    • Our daughter plays competitive ultimate frisbee. She has a high grade tear of the semi-membranosis tendon at the knee. Would this brace benefit her? If not, can you suggest a brace?
    • Shelly
      Normally with this type of injury a thigh sleeve would be appropriate. The Procare thigh Sleeve would be a good choice. https://www.betterbraces.com/procare-thigh-sleeve If her pain is more towards the knee joint on the hamstring she could wear the Proform Knee Sleeve https://www.betterbraces.com/proform-2mm-knee-sleeve
  • Karen at 8/15/2015 5:01 AM
  • Mandy at 8/8/2015 2:22 PM
    • How would this be for CrossFit? Someone with traumatic arthritis? Running, jumping, squatting
    • Mandy,

      The DonJoy Performance Trizone Knee Support Brace will offer great compression to improve circulation and provides mild support to the joint structure and surrounding muscle tissue.It is designed to keep you moving through repetitive motion injuries.
  • Andy at 7/17/2015 12:16 PM
    • Will this brace hold up for wrestling/grappling ??
    • The DonJoy Performance Trizone Knee Support Brace will be great compression sleeve for wrestling.The anti-migration technology will help the brace stay put and apply compression around the knee joint.
  • Al at 6/26/2015 10:02 AM
    • Can this brace be worn in water for triathlon swims, surfing, etc?
    • Hello,
      Yes you can wear the DonJoy Performance Trizone Knee Support Brace in the water. We suggest you rinse it with fresh clean water after and let it air dry.
  • Nick at 6/2/2015 7:46 PM
    • Is there any neoprene or polyamide in the material?
    • Nick
      The Trizone is made of spandex and carbonized Bamboo
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    Let me walk comfortably again

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    I love this brace. I call it my "active brace" because I wear it during activity. It prevents hyperextension but doesn't limit movement. The supports on the side give a nice level of compression and support when moving around. I need support from braces to make up for my tendons and ligaments not doing their job properly (EDS) and this does the trick. I wear it gardening and it holds up well to the repeated standing and kneeling without needing much adjustment. Low-profile enough that I can wear it under most pants without it showing. Wore it regularly (2x/week on average, generally for 4-12 hours at a time) for about 18 months before needing a replacement. Wouldn't use it to treat an injury or sprain but it's wonderful for preventing them.
    Pros: Doesn't dig in Doesn't need much adjustment Discreet (especially in black) Allows for full range of motion Lets me walk with minimal pain
    Cons: Can dig in a little at the top
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    Posted on November 10, 2022

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