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Webtech Knee Brace


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Features & Benefits:

Silicone web technology helps absorb shock and shift loads from the painful area of the knee
Dual-Axis hinges work with the web for improved fit and articulation
Compression molded back pad with mesh for maximum comfort and breathability
Undersleeve with stash pocket and anti-migration technology
TPR pull tabs for easy on/off
Reflectivity for enhanced visibility in low light conditions

Our DONJOY Performance Webtech Knee Brace features an innovative three part system that is ideal for relieving common forms of knee pain often associated with sports injuries, overuse injuries and degenerative conditions. Patented silicone web technology works to suspend, align and cushion the knee joint structure, an ergonomic compression molded back pad adjusts easily to optimize fit and comfort, and a four way stretch lycra/mesh undersleeve eliminates hot spots and provides an added layer of protection. This unique combination delivers one of the lightest, most breathable and comfortable knee braces available today, a true shock absorber for your knee.

View all DonJoy Performance products or our full selection of supportive 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)
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  • Cydnee at 7/31/2016 8:56 AM
    • I have had 2 ACL reconstruction surgeries in the last 5 years, making 4 knee surgeries in total. I recently injured my knee again, with an unknown diagnosis from my doc. I have a second opinion appt coming soon, but I need a better brace than what I have. I currently have a sleeve with hinges on both sides. But I don't think it's working the best. I have knee instability woth shifting forwards and inwards. Pain along the whole outside of the knee and along the back. According to my doctor my knee cap has alot of fluid on top and behind it, so my kneecap is always inflamed and uncomfortable. I like to jog short distances, like a 5k, as well as hike some distance.
    • We would suggest the DonJoy Performance Bionic FullStop knee brace. This will provide support and protection for the ACL, as well as compression which will help with arthritis symptoms, which is what it sounds like you are experiencing.
  • Sandi at 7/9/2016 7:19 PM
    • I am a runner and have been diagnosed with arthritis in my knee. I'm looking for a knee brace that will give support and relieve pain while running up to 13 miles at a time.
    • For running, the DonJoy Performance Webtech Knee Brace would be ideal for relieving the common forms of pain associated with arthritis. It will absorb the force placed on the front of the knee.
  • Xin at 6/28/2016 2:42 PM
    • I had a ACL graft in 2009, and by 2013, the doctors said that it might be getting loose and recommended revision surgery. I did some research and opted against the surgery. After that I have been working with a personal trainer to strengthen the knee. My knee works ok now if I just do a short run (5k or so) at a moderate speed. The inside of my knee and the hamstring still hurt if I am too fast. I do mostly hiking and glacier climbing. I have a custom-made defiance III. But the fit is off, and I have a 2.5 inch scar on my leg where the brace digs in. I am looking for a brace that provides better support than a compression sleeve but still light enough for an eight to ten hour hikes and flexible enough for me to go back to rock climbing. I am looking for webtech, reaction webtech, trizone and A22. Which one would be a better fit?
    • The Webtech brace is very lightweight yet offers great support. The silicone web absorbs the shock and shifts the load from the painful area of the knee. The OA Action Webtech is specific to patients with osteoarthritis, and will help with pain relief to the anterior knee and treating both the knee joint and the patella. The Trizone Knee Support Brace will provide compression around the knee for bracing and support. The A-22 is a very light weight brace that is custom made to your knee. It treats moderate to severe ACL or PCL instabilities, MCL/LCL instabilities and prevents hyperextension
  • Ari at 6/19/2016 8:02 PM
    • Hi, I'm looking for a brace that will support my knee, I'm 6 months into recovery from a torn mcl and I'm looking for one that I can go swimming in the ocean with. And I'm getting a lot of different recommendations. What's the best one?
    • The Donjoy Performance Bionic Knee Brace, will be best fitted to your diagnosis, due to the circumstance you would want a semi ridged brace to give you that stability when swimming in open water. All of our braces are water resistant but we do encourage you rinse them off to avoid any corrosion .
  • Cj at 6/8/2016 11:03 AM
    • If my measurements for above knee and below knee are at the very top of the "large" suggestions but knee cap fits in the Large suggestion should I size up to XL to be safe?
    • The Webtech brace is shorter than most braces; its about 9.75" in the front and 8.75" in the back. Because its shorter we recommend to use the knee measurement to determine your size.
  • Johnnie at 4/23/2016 10:28 PM
    • I've read responses here where you've recommended both the Deluxe Hinged brace and the Webtech Knee Brace for people with meniscus pain/damage issues, and when I used the Brace Advisor feature it also recommended the Bionic Knee brace - I'm looking for a brace that will be comfortable for running in and between these three am unsure which to select. I like the Webtech but am not sure if it's the best option as compared to the other two. Any suggestions?
    • If you want more joint support the Deluxe hinge or the bionic knee are going to provide that compared to the Webtech. If you have anterior knee pain the Webtech will be best to prevent that pain than the other two braces. The differerence between the Deluxe hinged and the Bionic is the hinge. The hinge is a stronger adjustable hinge and the bionic is just a standard hinge no adjustment.
  • Hanna at 4/17/2016 4:18 PM
    • I had a MPFL reconstruction this past July and returned 9 months later with a donjoy brace that today, very disapointed, broke and am currently looking for something more durable and supportive, Whould this be a good option?
    • The Webtech Knee will provide support around the patella and help to decrease anterior knee pain by absorbing force on the knee and dispearing it away from the front of the knee
  • Susie at 3/28/2016 9:27 PM
    • I've had and ACL, MCL surgery, and a cartilage and meniscus transplant on my left knee. I'm a year and a half out from my last surgery, and still get pain on my inner left knee, and some cracking/popping in the inner left knee as week, that gives some pain when I run. Is there a brace that can help with this? Thank you!
    • The Webtech will help decrese pain on the front of the knee. The OA Reaction might work and help specifically on the inside of your knee by unloading that side of the knee. The left medial/right lateral brace would have the hinge on the outside of your knee and it would puch to unload the inside of your knee to decrease pain in that area.
  • katie at 3/26/2016 7:17 PM
    • I have patellofemoral syndrome, which is better, this web tech one or the regular reaction, or the web tech short?
    • Both braces the Webtech and Reaction Web brace work exactly the same and will help with your knee. the difference is that the Webtech is silicone and the Reaction web is made of a stronger elastomeric material.
  • Tara at 3/20/2016 2:01 PM
    • My son (17) has torn both of his ACL. Would any of these braces be a replacement for the donjoy braces that he is currently using for high school sports (football, basketball and baseball). The ones from the sports medicine dr are so heavy and bulky and these look like they would be much more comfortable and lightweight
    • After ACL reconstruction the appropriate brace to wear during sporting activites are the rigid knee braces such as the Custom Defiance. These braces are worn by professional athletes in Football, Hockey Basketball, Soccer and Baseball.
      A brace such as the Webtech has no support for the ACL
  • Mia at 3/16/2016 10:23 AM
    • What is the difference between the Donjoy Performance Webtech Knee Brace and the Donjoy Reaction Webtech Knee Brace? I was looking both and just want to know which is better for knee pain and workouts? Also I like that the Reaction has more color options, if they both do about the same thing I want to get the Reaction.
    • Both braces will do the same thing. The difference is that the webing on the Webtech is silicone and the Reaction material is called elastomeric. The Reaction does come in other colrs and has blended sizes
  • Claire at 3/12/2016 12:49 PM
    • I constantly have IT band syndrome in my left knee. Would this brace help? I was hoping to wear it playing beach volleyball and support my lateral movements.
    • The Webtech Knee brace will provide anterior knee support and reduce pain to the front of the knee. It could also help with ITB pain and inflammation
  • alex at 3/4/2016 7:38 AM
    • How do I know the right size?
      I see the sizing chart but how do I measure?
    • Here is the link to the Reactin Web knee and at the sizing chart there is a video that will shoe you how to measrue and you can use this method with the Webtech as well
  • Ashley at 3/2/2016 4:38 PM
    • I have torn my acl on left knee. Have had no reconstruction. I am limited to activities like jumping and running. I cannot jump on my left leg, last time I did I torn acl. Would this brace be good for support for me ?
    • No you need a brace with more support, preferable a brace that has a rigid frame such as the Full Force knee brace. This brace will protect the knee from further injury
  • Chris at 2/22/2016 9:35 PM
    • I've used the DJ Webtech knee for snowboarding for the past 2 months, about 20 days of riding with it in total, and the velcro has worn on it. When I put a lot of pressure on my knee (and when I most need the support of the brace), the velcro pops. This hadn't happened when I first began using it and other than that, this brace is perfect for what I need it for. Is there a replacement for the posterior section of the brace (the parts that have the velcro on them), preferably one with stronger velcro?
    • Please call Customer Care for this issue at 800-553-6019
  • Donnie at 2/18/2016 4:53 PM
    • I had meniscus surgery in oct 2015 it is now feb 2016 I still feel like I have ice pick in my knee the day after surgery had loud pop in my good knee from over use
      Have had 20 vistis of P/T along with shoots now the doctor has given me a playmaker 2 too wear it makes my surgery knee hurt even worst is there a brace that will the pain go away
    • If your pain is in the front of your knee the webtech knee brace may help with that. The brace absorbs force in the webbing design and dispearses it away to decrease anterior knee pain. http://www.betterbraces.com/webtech-knee-brace
  • David at 1/18/2016 11:37 AM
    • Back in the mid-'70s, I had two knee surgeries, the first to repair a snapped MCL (hockey), and the second the remove the cartilage that was torn when the knee was injured, but in the end did not heal well enough to prevent my knee from swelling / locking. I walk hills 4-5 miles a day and after a mile or two, my knee starts to bark at me and I can feel swelling coming on. This I've managed to live with while walking over 13,000 miles with my huskies. I typically ice after walking. However, I'm starting to backpack more and 1) the going is harder on the knee on rough terrain carrying a pack, 2) I'm walking longer and farther, 3) I have no ice available, just the occasional cold lake / stream. By the end of the day, my knee is really sore. With each passing day of this, the cycle gets worse. Since I've lived with this pain for 40 years, I can get through a 3-4 day trip. I'd like to take more extended solo trips, and am hoping one of your braces might help. My knee is structurally stable and strong, but I'm bone on bone. I am getting a Synvisc injection shortly to see if this helps.
    • Either the Webtech Knee or the Reaction Web Knee might decrease that pain you are feeling in your knee. The webing material is designed to absorb force and dispease it away frm the front of the knee to decrease anterior knee pain. The difference between the two braces is that the Webtech is made of silicone and the Reaction is made of an elastomeric material.
  • April at 11/23/2015 4:45 PM
    • I had acl reconstruction in June and a lateral knee release. I was wondering if this brace would be recommended for weightlifting and light jogging.
    • April
      This brace will provide mild support to the knee and should be ok for those activities you mentioned, however if you want to perform in more vigorous activities which require cutting and jumping you will need a more supportive brace to prevent re-tear of the ACL.
  • Kyle at 11/17/2015 11:15 AM
    • I have Osgood Schlatter disease in both knees and while it doesn't effect my day to day lifestyle, running or other low impact activities, when I workout it feels like both knees are going to buckle. Specifically squats or lunges. The first few are fine but once the weight it upped, my knees turn to rubber. Which product would be best for me?
    • Kyle
      You could try the Webtech Knee. This brace will support around the kneecap and might take some of that pressure away that you are feeling
  • Monica at 11/6/2015 4:36 AM
  • Chela at 10/16/2015 5:35 PM
    • I need help choosing between the webtech and the reaction, if even a good choice for me. I've been using the defiance. 1 yr post ACL/dual menisectomies. I do Olympic weightlifting and crossfit. I know the webtech/reaction won't protect my ACL, but I have severe knee pain from chrondromalcia- trochlaer notch. Need something to relieve this while doing single plain training or just going up the stairs at home. Thank you!
    • Chela
      Both braces will help with this pain you are experiencing. the difference between the two braces is the material that the webing is made of. The Webtech is silicone and the Reaction Web is elastomeric which may be a bit stronger.
  • Keith at 10/16/2015 12:11 PM
    • I tore more ACL and had reconstruction with a patella graph on October 8th, 2014. What is the best brace for wrestling in Nov. 2015? I have played a full football season with no aggravations.
    • Keith
      Since you played Football without a rigid brace you would not need one for Wrestling. I would suggest either the Webtech knee brace or the Trizone knee Sleeve.
  • Antoine at 10/11/2015 4:12 PM
    • I got acl reconstruction with hamstring graph on April 21st. This is my last year playing football . I was wondering what is the best knee brace for me. I'm a slot receiver. I want a brace to play in
    • Antoine
      You will want a rigid functional knee brace to wear while playing football. The Full Force Ligament knee brace is light weight and low profile for a receiver. The brace has a fourcepoint hinge that will protect the ACL from re-tear while you play. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-fullfource-ligament-knee-brace
  • Chris at 10/6/2015 2:23 PM
    • My kneecap has irregular wear behind it so my femur wants to slip out of place causing knee pain. I wear a brace now to play basketball. Would the Reaction or Webtech brace be better suited for sport use?
    • Chris
      Both the Reaction Web Brace and the Webtech brace function the same way and stabilize the patella and decrease anterior knee pain. The difference is the material on the webbing of the braces. The Reaction is a stronger elastomeric material and the Webtech uses silicone.
  • Doreen at 10/3/2015 6:39 PM
    • My son fractured his femur just above his patella at the growth plate. He is healed now and would like to play football again. What type of knee brace would you recommend for extra protection against future injuries.
    • Doreen
      A hinged knee brace would be best to help protect the knee. The Playmaker II knee brace would be a good choice for him to wear. The brace has bilateral hinges to provide mild to moderate ligament and overall knee joint protection. http://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-playmaker-ii-knee-brace
  • Christy at 9/15/2015 10:59 AM
    • I currently have the DonJoy Reaction Web brace for patellafemoral syndrome and was wondering what is the main difference between the Web Tech and Reaction Web brace? I am considering ordering the Web Tech brace in addition to what I already have. I have had great success with Reaction Web brace thus far.
    • Christy
      The difference between the Reaction Web Knee Brace and the Webtech Knee brace is the material of the webing. The Webtech is made of silicone instead of the elastomeric material that the Reaction is made of. The braces function the same way.
  • Scott at 8/29/2015 3:56 PM
    • I dislocated my left knee (patella) from a hard fall on concrete. I actually just thought it bruised very severely and didn't go to the doctor for like 8 hours. As it turns out the Patella was also horizontally fractured but not separated. Anyways I had in a immobilizer and the bone healed but as my doctor told me I needed to be working on rehab on it much sooner than I did. My leg was totally weak and wouldn't even bend until bending/stretching it out over weeks. I walk just fine now with no pain but it has been slow going on pain relief when standing up (leg press type motion) and also lifting weight in the knee bent to straightened motion. Sometimes it sorta pops when doing this. I actually always loved to dance and I still can't put like any pressure on it when it slightly bent like 10degrees from fully straightened without it hurting, as in a slight dip when dancing. I always thought it was like leg downward pressing weakness, or perhaps the soft cartilage damaged under patella. But now from reading causes of pain I am thinking it might be quad weakness causing misalignment. My calves are ridiculously strong from dancing, my quads are probably pretty weak since strengthening them involves pain on knee during extending it to straight. Do you think this could be the cause of my inability to do any dips (kneeling to jumping type motion) during dancing. Would this brace help with the pain?
    • Scott
      Yes I believe that this brace will help to decrease the anterior knee pain you are feeling by absorbing forces on the front of the knee when bending that last 10 degrees. The decrease in pain should allow you to increase your quad strength
  • Gayle at 8/17/2015 11:24 AM
    • Do your braces come any larger than XL? My center knee measurement is 2-3 inches larger than your size chart, as well as the calf and thigh measurements. Thank you!
    • Gayle
      The Reaction Web Knee Brace comes in blended sizes XL/XXL and XXXL
  • Kye at 8/10/2015 3:25 PM
    • I had a lateral meniscus tear in February 2015 and had part of it clipped out so I could return for state wrestling in a few weeks. I get a bone bruise on my knee when I run on it for a while or play football, will this brace help with the shock absorption?
    • Kye
      Yes this brace will absorb the forces placed on the front of the knee when doing activities
  • Mandy at 8/7/2015 7:42 PM
    • I have Post-Traumatic Arthritis in my right knee, most cartilage has deteriorated. I have pain on both medial and lateral sides, with most pain being lateral. I CrossFit and for now I do avoid running and most jumping, and have some pain/discomfort in squat movements, and in general everyday when it comes to walking and stairs. Can this brace help me?
    • Hi Mandy,

      Yes, the Webtech brace is ideal for relieving common forms of knee pain often associated with sports injuries, overuse injuries and degenerative conditions.
  • Richard at 8/3/2015 7:09 PM
    • My son has a Reaction Web brace that the velcro has worn out on. Is this design an improvement over that model or does it offer less protection/support? How does the protection and support of this brace compare to the Webtech Short? Thanks.
    • Richard,

      The Don Joy Performance Webtech Knee Brace is very similar to the Reaction Web, just a bit lower profile, and shorter.Also, the Webtech webbing is silicone and the Reaction Web is made of an elastomenric material. Compared to the Webtech Knee Brace, the Short Knee is approximately 50% shorter which makes it ideal for relieving pain often associated with tendonitis, commonly referred to as runner's and jumper's knee.
  • Steve at 7/21/2015 4:11 PM
    • Does this brace have adjustable thigh, knee and calf straps? My 18" thigh, 17" knee and 16" calf measurements put me in a large for knee and calf, but only a medium in the thigh.

      Also, I assume this brace is right/left knee interchangeable. Are there other braces that are more specific for my right knee requirements (no pain yet from the degenerative arthritis, but noticeable instability issues).
    • Steve
      This brace does have adjustable straps and yes it is universal for right and left leg.
  • Cynthia at 7/20/2015 11:36 PM
    • I have been diagnosed with chondromalacia and very mild OA. My physician has recommended both the Performance Webtech and the Reaction Web. I like the low profile of both, but am wondering if one is more supportive of the chondromalcia than the other. Otherwise I'll be choosing based on color options :-)
    • Cynthia
      Both of these braces will work for you. The only difference is that the Webtech webbing is silicone and the Reaction Web is made of a stronger elastomenric material.
  • Jason at 7/19/2015 6:50 PM
    • Would this brace or any brace be beneficial to a dirt bike racer? There are braces currently on the market but most are bulky and hard to fit under my son's riding pants. I saw your braces and they look like they might be a better fit for him. Thanks!
    • Jason
      We have amny braces that would benefit a dirt bike ricer it just depends on what you need the brace for. What type of injury would help us deterimine the right brace
  • john at 7/19/2015 4:11 PM
    • I am 50 yr old male ,and I have a MCL tear,early stage arthritis in left knee would this help me to get thru alot of hiking and jogging I dont wont surgery since doctor said i would need knee replacement Thankyou
    • John
      The Webtech does no have any hinges so it will not give you any support for the MCL but it will help eliminate anterior knee pain while doing the activities that you enjoy doing.
  • brian at 7/16/2015 11:22 AM
    • I have arthritis in my knee. My present brace rubs along the nerve running up the outside of my leg. Will this brace help with pain and not irritate the nerve?
    • If you have early or light OA on the knee, I would recommend the DONJOY OA REACTION WEB knee brace. If you need mild to moderate support, I would recommend the DONJOY OA EVERYDAY OSTEOARTHRITIS KNEE BRACE. For moderate to severa arthritis, there is the DONJOY OA FULL FORCE or the DONJOY OA ADJUSTER 3.
  • Kim at 6/30/2015 10:45 PM
    • What is the difference between this brace and the Reaction knee brace?
    • The DonJoy Performance Webtech Knee Brace is very similar to the Reaction Web, just a bit lower profile, and shorter.
  • Kris at 6/29/2015 2:55 PM
    • I have a medial meniscus tear in my right knee. Would you recommend this knee brace pre & post op? Still trail running & playing volleyball and will not received surgery until the end of the year.
    • Hello Kris,
      We would suggest you consult with your physician regarding use for pre and post op. The Webtech Knee Brace is a patella stabilizer. For meniscus injuries I would suggest a brace with a hinge, like the DonJoy Deluxe Hinged Knee Brace. The hinges will provide support for the ligaments as well as for meniscus injuries. You can see it at the link below:

  • wlance03 at 6/27/2015 5:20 AM
    • I have been told I have patella tracking issues and have been looking thru descriptions and not finding much. Had a spider reaction, but orthopedic specialist wants something more structured. Please help
    • The DonJoy Performance Webtech Knee Brace is very similar to the Reaction Web, just a bit lower profile, and shorter. For better patella control and more stability and support I would suggest the DonJoy Performance Bionic Knee Brace. The Bionic Knee has a patella donut to stabilize the patella and help it track properly and it also has bilateral polycentric hinge to provide medial and lateral support of the ligaments, you can see the brace here: http://www.betterbraces.com/bionic-knee-brace
  • Doug at 6/25/2015 8:28 AM
    • When hiking in the mountains where we live, my wife has terrible pain on outside and inside of knee when coming back down. She doesn't want to go in to the doctor, says it is just worn out knee (only 53). It seems more like the ligaments and tendon to me. I have similar trouble depending on the hike. Which brace would be best for her? Thanks!
    • Hello,
      The DonJoy Performance Webtech Knee Brace will help stabilize the patella and keep it in a more neutral position, which could help with some of the pain she is having. However for more ligament support as well as patella support I would suggest the DonJoy Performance Bionic Knee Brace. They polycentric hinges will give ligament support for sprains and tears in the knee. Plus the brace has a wrap around design for easy on and off, as well as perforated neoprene for maximum breathability and comfort. Here is the link: http://www.betterbraces.com/bionic-knee-brace
  • nightmarequeen92 at 6/23/2015 9:37 PM
    • I have Chondromalacia Patella issues, would this brace be suited to help with that or another maybe better?
    • Yes, the DonJoy Perdomance Webtech Knee Brace will provide relief for chondromalacia issues. It stabilizes the patella, applies compression around the knee, and helps absorb the shock and shift the loads from the painful area of the knee.
  • Rodger at 6/23/2015 9:59 AM
    • My knee is measuring about 15.5 inches; that puts me right between sizes. Would it be better to get the medium or the large? I am looking for a knee brace to use during rigorous sports activities.
    • Based on your measurement we would advise you go with the Large for the DonJoy Performance Webtech Knee Brace
  • Pam McGrath at 6/17/2015 12:06 PM
    • I have had a right knee replacement. Starting to degenerate. Not ready for another surgery yet. Knee is hyper extending. Will this brace stop that from happening? If not, what would you suggest?
    • Hello Pam,
      The DonJoy Performance Webtech Knee Brace is not suitable for hyper extension issues. We would suggest a hinged knee brace to prevent hyper extension. I would suggest the DonJoy Performance Bionic Knee Brace. The Bionic knee has medial and laterall polycentric hinges with hyper extension stops help to support knee instability. Here is the link: http://www.betterbraces.com/bionic-knee-brace
  • Todd Brown at 5/24/2015 10:41 AM
    • I had right medial meniscus surgery in 2013 and had no ill effects until recent minor pain. I am a very active 47 year old who still competes in lacrosse, adventure racing, etc. Would you recommend this brace for use during vigorous sports activity for pain relief?
    • Yes the DonJoy Performance Webteck Knee brace would be recommended for these types of activities. It is designed to act as a shock absorber to help relieve the most common forms of knee pain.
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Brace gives me confidence while playing Pickleball that my knee won't give me problems.

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The only complaint I have is with the fabric sleeve to be worn under the brace. The top and bottom of sleeve shift while wearing it.
Posted on August 6, 2016
Would you recommend this product?Definitely yes

Brace yourself for great run or walk

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WOW, what a knee brace, I have a 90% ACL tear, 50% of my medial meniscus removed, 60% posterior and 40% anterior horn removed on my right knee. I have run like this for over a decade without any support. Running and walking in hills/trails for about 8 miles at a time. This brace stabilized my knee so my stride had a correct front to back stride, instead of a wobble, took a lot more of the shock from running than I thought possible. On the very first run, my 8 mile time was reduced by 6 minutes (effortlessly), due to my increased stride. Recovery time after runs is short and I have no longer have knee or joint pain at all, at any time. This knee brace gave me my best running experience in over a decade. Thanks a bunch guys for making this product.
Posted on May 8, 2016
Would you recommend this product?Definitely yes

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