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Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900

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Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900

€43.00
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
  • Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
Right/Left Men's/Women's Knee Ligament Support Strong 900
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Strong 900 knee support designed to help you return to your sport after a moderate knee sprain, indicating a partial ligament tear.

This knee support offers optimal knee support thanks to the compressive knit, tightening straps around the knee and articulated guided boning at the knee and kneecap ring

BENEFITS

Joint support

Knee support guaranteed by the knit, straps and articulated guided boning.

Ease of use

Easy to put on and adjust to your needs while you exercise.

User comfort

Comfortable compression knit shaped to fit your knee.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

Why wear this knee support?

Wearing this knee support may be recommended if you experience ligament instability, chronic instability or anxiety around taking up a sport after a mild sprain (partial ligament tear).

It reduces any knee ligament weakness observed during an anterior drawer test.
The articulated side supports guide the joint along the axis while accompanying your movements during sporting activity.

What is a sprain?

A sprained knee is when you stretch or tear one or more ligaments in your knee: the medial collateral ligament (MCL), fibular collateral ligament (LCL), the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL). Sprains are not a serious problem when the ligaments are just stretched. They become fairly serious when there is a partial rupture of one or more ligaments. Serious sprains indicate a complete rupture of ligaments.