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Webtech Short Knee Brace

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Silicone web evenly distributes pressure to the Quad and Patellar Tendon

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Regular Price: $71.99

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Product Details

Product Description

Features & Benefits:

Silicone web surrounds and stabilizes the patella to ensure proper tracking
Strategic bracing design helps fight a wide variety of knee pain while allowing full mobility
Compression molded back pad with mesh for comfort and breathability
Undersleeve with anti-migration technology
TPR pull tabs for easy on/off
Reflectivity for enhanced visibility in low light conditions

Our DONJOY Performance Webtech Short Knee Brace features an innovative three part system that is ideal for helping relieve common forms of knee pain often associated with sports injuries, overuse injuries and degenerative conditions. Specifically, the Short Knee features a web structure that evenly distributes pressure over the Quadriceps and Patellar Tendons, and helps to stabilize the patella and ensure proper tracking. Compression molded back pad adjusts easily for fit and comfort, and a four way stretch lycra/mesh undersleeve provides an added layer of protection. Compared to the Webtech Knee Brace, the Short Knee is approximately 50% shorter which makes it ideal for helping relieve pain often associated with tendonitis, commonly referred to as runner's and jumper's knee.

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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 (43)

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Webtech Short Knee Brace

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  • Kelsey K at 8/21/2016 3:52 PM
    • I have patella tracking issues. My patella sits to the outside and I also have tight lateral hips which cause it to pull even more to the outside so I'm needing lateral knee support. I do crossift so I'm not wanting anything too bulky and I still want to have a good range of motion. So I'm just curious if this brace will give me the lateral support I'm needing or if you would suggest something different. Thanks!
    • We recommend you go with our Donjoy Performer Hinged Patella Knee Brace, with both side hinges it will provide support and stability to the knee, sewn in pad for additional support. Please see link below:

  • katharine at 7/30/2016 10:47 PM
    • I recently dislocated my platella resulting in tearing my MPFL and retinaculum along with a mild lateral platellar subluxation. Is this the best brace for that or should I go with something with more support?
    • The brace for your injury/diagnosis we would suggest the DonJoy Lateral J Patella, please see the link below:

  • AJ at 7/29/2016 7:00 PM
  • Lauren at 7/22/2016 10:15 AM
    • I dislocated my patella about a year ago and am in search of a new brace that will keep my patella in place. Is this the right type of brace that will stabilize and keep my patella in place?
    • Yes, this would be a good choice. The silicon web surrounds and stabilizes the patella to ensure proper tracking. You could also look at the DonJoy Reaction Web Knee Brace.
  • Jamie at 7/19/2016 11:58 AM
    • Recently I got surgery on my patellar tendon and I was wondering if this would be a good brace for when I'm going back into sports such as track and soccer.
    • Yes, the DonJoy Performance Webtech Short Knee Brace will help provide support and compression to return to sports.
  • M.Taylor at 7/13/2016 10:41 AM
    • My 12 year old daughter suffers from recurrent patellar subluxation of both knees, with the right knee being more severe. In fact it turned into Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. She needs a brace that will help to keep her patellar in place so she can walk. She receives physical therapy 4 xs per week. We have not had success with any braces to keep her knees in place. Do you recommend this brace for recurrent patellar subluxation due to hyper mobility?
      Thank you.
    • Based of the information you have provides us we would recommend you go with our DONJOY LATERAL J PATELLA KNEE BRACE. The brace is equipped with a tubular lateral J buttress that runs alongside the knee to provide support against lateral patellar subluxation, dislocation, or improper patellar tracking. We would also recommend you order the brace with the side hinges to provide stability. Please see link below:


  • Dave at 5/15/2016 10:22 PM
    • I tend to bend my knee awkwardly (inwardly/outwardly) and this has resulted in meniscus and ligament damage. I am looking for a strap/brace that is small like this that can help prevent this awkward bending. I currently experience pain on the outside of my left knee, and the inside of my right knee. Can this short knee brace do the job, and be used while playing soccer? If not, what product is recommended? I am pretty short and I don't want the brace covering half of my leg and preventing me from bending my leg back to wind up a shot. Preferably I want a product that is below $100, is not too tall & bulky, and allows me to kick the ball without hindering my shot. Bonus question: does wearing a knee sleeve AND brace simultaneously provide even more support compared to just wearing a brace alone?
    • To prevent and support ligament damage we recommend a brace with hinges. The shortest brace we have with hinges is the Bionic Knee Brace. https://www.betterbraces.com/bionic-knee-brace. This brace wraps around in the back of the knee. If you prefer a sleeve than I recommend the hinged knee. https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-economy-hinged-knee
  • Stephanie at 5/9/2016 3:37 PM
    • I have chondromalatia patella, and I'm looking for something that gives me support, but isn't TOO much brace. Would this still be good for me? Or would the reaction web knee brace be my only option
    • This brace would be for patella femoral issues including chondromalacia. You can certainly try this brace for your knee
  • Vasanth at 5/1/2016 10:30 PM
    • I had an ACL surgery two years ago. Recently my knee got twisted when I misplaced my foot, I had pain in the knee for 10 days and after rest I was back to normal.Again when going back and playing sports, am feeling like my knee is getting locked and am suffering from Pain.Again after some rest it's back to normal. I don't have swelling, but when I touch the knee bone externally in the inner side I feel painful.Can u suggest me a knee support for my knee to be stable even while playing?

      Thank you!
    • I would suggest a hinged knee support to wear to give general joint support and protection. The Playmaker II knee brace is the best soft hinged knee brace that will offer both ACL and general knee stability.
  • Elizabeth at 4/23/2016 2:11 PM
    • I have Osgood-Schlatter's and patellar tendinitis in my right knee due to sports and continuous exercise. From the former I have extreme anterior pain inferior to the patella but only upon pressure or impact . From the latter I have pretty constant (I'm a daily runner) moderate anterior pain in the same area, caused by incorrect patellar tracking. Physical therapy has helped but not eradicated the pain, and my PT recommended a brace to help with patellar tracking. Due to the Osgood-Schlatter's I want to avoid a brace that puts too much pressure inferior to the knee. I also need something light enough I can run distance with. I have never worn a knee brace before, and would like one as small and non-cumbersome as possible. Would you recommend this brace, or a different one for daily exercise use?

      Thank you!
    • For Patellar tracking I would suggest the Tru-Pull Lite knee brace. The Tru-Pull Lite is a low profile brace that will pull the kneecap into the correct position and kepp it there so it tracks correctly.
  • LINDA at 4/23/2016 1:40 PM
    • my daughter 40yrs old has a menscus tear she also has multiple sclerosis but normally able to walk. lately her knee is swollen. she has tried ice with little relief. could you recommend a knee brace? she is also is about 5 foot 2 and has short legs measurement are 23 thigh 17 knee 17 calf, need something for daily use. thank you
    • If she has swelling then a compressive knee sleeve might help. The Trizone knee will offer zoned compression and mild knee support
  • Kirsten at 4/15/2016 4:21 PM
    • I am a raft guide and I am looking for a waterproof brace that will provide me with stability and prevent knee cap dislocation from reoccurring (I laterally dislocated my knee cap about 8 weeks ago). I am trying to stay away from strictly neoprene since that would be overly warm in the summer. Would this brace or the Donjoy Reaction be something that might help? Thanks!
    • You can try the Webtech Knee brace as it will stabilize the kneecap for you but it will not pull the kneecap into the correct positioin. another option is the Tru-Pull Lite knee brace. This brace is specifically for keeping the kneecap tracking in the correct position. The brace is not neoprene and is low profile
  • Marco at 3/25/2016 9:01 PM
    • So my knee will occasionally pop as I walk, but it mainly pops when I'm squatting. Sometimes it even feels as if it is going to give out. And i always feel a squeaking sensation. what brace you best fit my needs?
    • The Don Joy Webtech knee brace would be a good brace for you to try. the brace supports the knee around the kneecap and will decrease pain in the frount of the knee with bending and squatting.
  • Mia at 3/16/2016 6:00 AM
    • My left knee has been popping and will get swollen whenever I do squats or lunges. I was a cheerleader and soccer player through high school so I've had wear and tear on it but I'm looking for an every day brace to wear to work as sometimes the stairs bother me and also the same brace if possible that I could wear during my workouts. I love being active but i need something to help so i can finish my workouts.
    • The Don Joy Webtech Knee brace is a good brace to wear anytime. The webing design of the brace reduces anterior knee pain and absorbs force on the knee.

  • Jasmine at 3/3/2016 3:27 AM
    • Will this brace help with quadracep tendinitis?
    • If your pain is located around the kneecap then yest this brace can help
  • Sabrina at 2/29/2016 6:24 PM
    • Can I wear the sleeve on top of the brace? After a few months, the Velcro loses its grip, so to say, and keeps coming undone. Is there a replacemen part?
    • You certainly can wear the sleeve over the brace, but your brace may be under warranty so you should call Customer care. we do not sell replacement parts for the brace
  • Linder at 2/25/2016 1:02 AM
    • My daughter has a patella tracking problem, she plays softball and is the pitcher, will this brace help her landing kee (her left) stop tracking out of the groove? Also does this brace slip around when playing sports
    • This brace could help to keep the kneecap from moving incorrectly. Another choice would be the Tru-Pull Lite which has a buttress on the outside of the knee that keeps the kneecap tracking in the right position
  • Alvin Omeragic at 2/23/2016 6:31 PM
    • Will this brace prevent knee dislocation or help? I am taking measurements above the knee at 18.5", middle 17" and above the calf at 16" should I order xl?
    • This brace could help with dislocation, I would suggest the L size
  • Sarah at 2/10/2016 11:05 AM
    • If I ordered this brace would the sleeve come with it
    • Yes the sleeve comes with it
  • Stryker at 2/8/2016 2:09 PM
    • I have patellar tendonitis and patellofemoral syndrome, would this brace work for both of those?
    • Yes this brace would be a great choice for those conditions
  • Melinda Whitman at 2/7/2016 1:14 PM
    • For the new Webtech Short Knee Brace, what size should I order?
      6" above the knee is 21". And 6" below the knee is 15" . Middle of knee circumference is 16". I have been wearing the DonJoy Reaction Knee Brace M/L, but it slides down, so I want to try the new Webtech Short Knee Brace. Can it be worn on either L or R knee? I have ordered from your company 3 times.
    • Based on your measurments you would need to order the large and yes the brace can be worn on either leg
  • Shirley at 1/13/2016 4:59 PM
    • My pain is just above the patella left knee
      Both left and right side of knee
      What would be the best brace for me?
    • The Performance Webtech Knee Brace will provide the support that you want and help to decrease that anterior knee pain. https://www.betterbraces.com/webtech-knee-brace
  • Abby at 1/12/2016 2:24 PM
    • Hi, I was wondering if this brace has any neoprene In it because in my swim district it is illegal to have in a brace.
      -thanks for the help
    • No this brace does not have any neoprene in it
  • BDski at 1/9/2016 4:55 AM
    • HI -
      I'm taking my measurements; Thigh above = 16in.; Calf below 13.5in., which looks like a small size, but my knee center is kind of bony and is measuring 15 inches, which is sized for a med. I'm thinking I need a small, what should I order? Thank You
    • I think the small will be ok for you
  • Lori at 1/5/2016 9:25 PM
    • I had ACL reconstruction 4 years ago. I started having lower lateral knee pain after walking on the treadmill for 20 minutes or so. My knee feels stiff and if i continue, the pain intensifies. I have to take 3 or 4 days off to let it settle down before i can go back to the gym. Will this brace support the lateral side of my knee when exercising?
    • The Webtech will decrease pain in the front of the knee not the lateral side. The pain you are feeling could be coming from a tight illiotibial band. I would suggest the Trizone Knee Support. This Support will provide both compression and mild support around the knee from the silicone injected into the sleeve itself. https://www.betterbraces.com/trizone-knee-support
  • Jaime at 12/27/2015 9:25 AM
    • Will this help with patella femoral syndrome?
    • yes this brace is for that condition
  • Lynn at 12/16/2015 6:31 AM
  • Michele at 12/8/2015 3:52 PM
    • My 13 yr. old daughter plays competitive soccer & has had MPFL reconstruction on both knees. Her current brace(has the donut hole) slows her down as she can't bend her knee as far as she needs to in order to run fast. What do you recommend that will give her the stability she needs as well as the flexibility for her speed?
    • The Webtech Knee Brace will provide support around the kneecap and allow her to bend her knee fully.
  • Lucy at 12/1/2015 8:50 AM
    • I have dislocated my kneecap 3 times in 2 years and am looking for a brace to prevent further dislocations (I typically don't have much pain). I do judo which means I am often on my knees grappling, which causes my current brace to loosen up and not provide much support. Will this brace provide the support I'm looking for while also being comfortable whilst on my knees?
    • Lucy
      This brace is not very big and would have a better chance of staying in place than your other brace. It will help to prevent dislocation, however you might need something with a little more support to prevent that dislocation. the Tru-Pull Lite is another option https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-tru-pull-lite
  • Amy at 11/4/2015 6:30 PM
    • I broke my knee cap 6 years ago. I just started have knee pain again walking up and down stairs or when doing any running. Will this brace help?
    • Amy
      Yes the Webtech Knee brace helps to decrease anterior knee pain and should help you
  • karla at 11/1/2015 9:11 AM
    • My daughter plays basketball and we recently found out she doesn't have any cartridge left in her knees...her knees also lock up once in awhile whick.knee brace would help her?
    • Karla
      The Webtech short knee brace might not be enough support for your daughter. The Webtech Knee support might be a better choice ans it will provide a bit more support. Another choice is just a hinged knee brace that will provide general knee support.
      https://www.betterbraces.com/webtech-knee-brace https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-economy-hinged-knee
  • Robin Hankins at 11/1/2015 8:33 AM
    • My daughter is 16. She is a varsity cheerleader and a competitive cheerleader on a level 5 worlds team. She has issues with patellar dislocation and subluxation. Wears the donjoy tru pull brace on both knees. Hates them because they are bulky and uncomfortable as well as make her stand out. Will this brace give her the same time of support while performing the tumbling jumping twisting activities involved with level 5 cheerleading?
    • Robin
      The Webtech Knee brace will provide some stabilization of the kneecap but not as much as the Tru-Pull Lite.
  • Kim at 10/27/2015 4:11 PM
    • Can u wear in the pool? Or any other brace?
    • Kim
      Yes the Webtech can be worn in the water
  • Kenna at 10/25/2015 4:13 PM
    • My daughter hurt her kneecap at dance. Ortho Doctor gave her your true pro lite. She needs to continue to wear a brace for dance and her competitions. I was wondering if this brace would give her the same support she gets from the true pro? Thanks
    • Kenna
      Yes this brace will also provide support to the kneecap
  • Eric at 10/21/2015 7:23 PM
    • I have a torn left mpfl that occasionally results in partial sublaxation with dancing and sorts. I am male 180 lbs. will this stabilize my patella, or do you recommend a more substantial brace?
    • Eric
      Yes this brace will stabilize the patella and should prevent any further subluxation.
  • Tonya at 9/16/2015 7:01 PM
    • My daughter is a 10 year old with a small frame, 12 1/2" (above knee cap), 12 1/2" (Knee cap), 11 1/2 (Below knee cap). There is not a XS option. Do you think the S would fit her? If not, do you offer a youth size in something like this? She has CMP or runner's knee. She needs to have support that helps guide her kneecap in the proper directions.
    • Tonya
      Unfortunately we do not have a brace that will fit smaller than a 13" thigh.
  • Victoria at 9/11/2015 5:07 PM
    • Would this be good for an LCL injury and baker's cyst? I have the Reaction knee brace but would like a lighter brace to wear around the house sometimes for stability.
    • Victoria
      This brace is basically the same and the Reaction Web Knee Brace except the webing material is all silicone instead of the elastomeric material in the Don Joy Reaction
  • Samantha Gadet at 8/28/2015 11:35 AM
    • Hello,
      I'm a 30 years old woman badminton player playing for about 7 years in competition. I'm training minimum 4h weekly and up to 10h during competitions on some week ends. I had a patellofemoral pain syndrome diagnosed when I started competition (an instable knee cap sliding on the external side of the knee). The pain ( or I should rather call it disconfort) is on and off depending a lot of parameters that I don't control (periods where I don't feel anything and others where my knees are hot inflamed). I used and I'm still using a elastic sleeve with a hole for the kneecap. Even if that works, I've always sweated a lot in it, and as I use it really often (especially on the competitions), it is annoying to wash it all the time (basically every week) because it smells. And even, this is generally not sufficient.
      I've seen different physiotherapists to work on it, in order to play without it, but as I don't have much time to work out beside badminton, i keep on wearing it on the competitions, that are extremely demanding!

      This Donjoy performance webtech short knee brace would be really interesting because i would sweat that much in it, but would it be supportive enough for my knee cap instability?

      Thank you very much for your answer,


    • Samantha
      This brace should provide you with the support around the kneecap and relief of pain that you need while doing your activities. The brace should be cooler than what you are currently wearing and will provide more support than what you are used to.
  • Gloria at 8/15/2015 2:59 PM
    • I fractured my right tibial plateau 2 years ago at the age of 63. A plate and 6 screws later I healed nicely but the knee feels stiff and unstable. Looking for support for the knee so I can play tennis and pickleball. What do you recommend?
    • Gloria
      I would suggest a hinged knee brace such as the Bionic knee or the Economy hinged Knee Brace. A hinged knee brace will support the knee while playing Tennis. https://www.betterbraces.com/donjoy-economy-hinged-knee https://www.betterbraces.com/bionic-knee-brace
  • Kristel at 8/13/2015 12:09 PM
    • My son was recently injured and diagnosed with patellar subluxation. He is a running back and we are looking to provide him with a brace that doesn't impede his running. Will this brace give the support needed for this type of injury?
    • Kristel
      The Web Tech will provide stabilization to the anterior knee including the patella and this should be suffcient for your son. The brace is very low profile
  • Femi Richards at 7/21/2015 3:01 PM
    • I suffered a partial patellar tendon tear and after several months of physical therapy, I'm ready to resume playing basketball. Would you recommend this brace?
    • Yes this brace would support that knee and provide relief from any pain you may still be feeling.
  • Chuck at 7/20/2015 8:59 AM
    • My 17 year-old son has been diagnosed with a patella tracking problem causing chronic knee pain. As a linemen we are looking for a low profile, lightweight brace that will hold up to daily use without the bulk of the donut type brace that is difficult to wear under a knee pad. Additional, we've found that some sleeves limit mobility, particularly knee bend when in a 3 or 4-point stance due to the bulk behind the knee with the sleeve is not open. Is the webtech short knee brace effective without the sleeve? Is there another sleeve option that is open in the back? Is the webtech short knee brace comfortable without the sleeve?
    • Chuck
      The sleeve with this brace doesn't have to be worn. the brace is just as effective without the sleeve. this brace whould be a better fit than the traditional sleeve knee braces and not quite as bulky
  • john machamer at 7/6/2015 11:31 AM
    • Does rhis brace have adjustable flex and extenion?
    • Hi John,

      No this brace does not have adjustable flexion and extension. It doesn't really have hinges to prevent flexion and extension. It is more for general knee and patella stability.

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    Very pleased with the Webtech Short Knee Brace. It works to keep me pain free.

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    I like the Webtech Short Knee Brace a lot. I wear it every day at work to keep my knee from wandering and wobbling. My lateral knee ligaments were stretched permanently due to injury, and I walk constantly on concrete floors at work. This brace is more comfortable than the Don Joy Reaction knee brace, which I have also used. This brace keeps my knee in place and keeps my knee from swelling and keeps me from being in pain during and after work. The only negative thing I notice with this and the Reaction braces is that the velcro tends to lose its grip eventually.
    Posted on June 18, 2016

    flaw in materials

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    I like the overall idea of this brace but the velcro does not stay. As soon as I bend my knee it pops open. I kept hoping it would work and was told it was too late to return. I was sent a piece to attach to the back of the brace but it does not help keep the velcro sealed. Very Disappointed.
    Pros: not bulky
    Cons: velcro doesn't stay in place
    Share Your Usage: Daily Use, Recovering from Injury
    Posted on February 18, 2017

    Great fit

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    I've been using them for a little under 100 miles and they've held up well. I use one for each knee. I've had 2 right knee surgeries, 1 complete acl tear on the left knee and 1 back surgery, so I like to have as much support without feeling like I'm running with bulky braces. They don't come undone and really help stabilize my knees. I would definitely recommend.
    Pros: Very comfortable, great fit, very good support and look great.
    Cons: None
    Posted on April 9, 2017

    Good Brace

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    The brace is light weight and easy to use. It does the job of keeping the knee cap in alignment and helped prevent additional pain/inflammation in the knee.
    Pros: Helped prevent additional knee pain and easy to use.
    Cons: The straps pop off when I play soccer or with general use. I found that if i pull the top and bottom of the under sleeve over the straps they stay secure. The under sleeve is just long enough to do this.
    Share Your Usage: Sports
    Posted on March 29, 2017

    Great product for stabilizing the patella

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    Every year the state of Iowa holds RAGBRAI (Register's Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa). I just finished riding my bike 420 miles this past week. On last year's ride I suffered knee problems because my patella shifts a lot on both knees. This year I tried the Webtech Short Knee Brace. I can't believe the difference it made in my ride! No pain and I was able to ride my bike up the hills like a pro. Thanks to this brace I feel I'll be able to run and work out more too. I love it!
    Posted on August 1, 2016

    A brace that does the job, but some improvements could be made

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    I bought this brace because I like the fact that is is light and easily removable. Also, as I sweat a lot during badminton tournaments, it is easy to wash it. However, I think there could be some improvements, like some elastics in the back part of the brace. As I often have to bend my knee, the pads don't stay in place because the grip is not strong enough. I fixed that with sewing a stronger scratch. But what makes me sad is that the silicon part just torn at the attachment with the plastic at one corner, that makes it unusable now...:(
    Posted on April 26, 2016

    Wow! What a difference!

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    Having recently been diagnosed with torn cartilage behind the knee and advised by the doc to wait two weeks to see how things go before considering surgery. So I needed something to help me walk and negotiate the stairs, which causes significant pain. I purchased several braces which only helped minimally. My wonderful sports-savvy daughter sent me this brace which arrived this morning. My legs and calf are small, and the Size Small short knee brace fits perfectly. I have been able to walk without limping but haven't yet negotiated the stairs. Fingers crossed!
    Pros: Comfortable snug fit; easy to put on/take off. Rubberized web surrounds allow movement, yet keep the knee/ligaments in check.
    Cons: Actually, I needed a magnifying glass to read the instructions! Really? The instructions over-complicate and confuse how to secure the brace. Just look at the photo and you'll quickly figure it out. Good grief; so easy!
    Posted on March 29, 2018

    One of the best braces out there

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    I had a patella dislocation and have tried roughly a dozen different braces throughout my recovery and I have to say that this has been the most comfortable one. I do have to say that I don't wear the sleeve, I find it more comfortable without the sleeve.
    Pros: Great patella support. Comfortable and breathable.
    Cons: The material on the back should have been more stretchable/flexible.
    Share Your Usage: Recovering from Injury, Daily Use, Recently Injured, Chronic Instability
    Posted on November 15, 2017

    Great except for Velcro

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    Awesome brace BUT the velcro keeps coming undone when I'm running. I use them when I do leg workouts and they'll come undone sometimes but I can fix it really quick. I hate to stop running MULTIPLE times to fix the velcro straps. AND YES, I measured correctly.
    Pros: Helps tremendously with reducing impact on knees.
    Cons: Velcro constantly comes undone while performing cardio.
    Share Your Usage: Chronic Instability, Preventing Injury, Occasional Use
    Posted on December 22, 2016
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    03 Jan, 2017

    It works for me

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    This little brace has provided more relief from the bone on bone pain in my knee then the bulky custom made full size stabilizer brace my surgeon prescribed. That brace needed constant adjusting, I finally gave up and suffered with the pain. If this little brace keeps providing pain relief, I can avoid knee replacement surgery a little while longer.
    Pros: Lightweight, easy to put on, stays in place. Provides support right were I need it. Doesn't hinder mobility. That's a big plus. Fits nicely under my jeans too.
    Cons: The elastic on the XL undersleeve was a tiny bit tight on my thigh. But I'm a Baby Boomer with chunky-monkey legs. I just ordered a new XXL undersleeve that might be more comfortable. I wish this had been an option when I ordered the brace.
    Share Your Usage: Chronic Instability, Daily Use
    Posted on March 1, 2017

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